Fire damage is never pretty. However, it usually isn't the only damage present. Usually water damage and smoke damage are also present. With the wildfires we've had in Southern California in the past couple of years, even if your home doesn't sustain any fire damage, if it is close enough to the fire it can still sustain smoke damage.
California is a hot spot, both literally and figuratively, when it comes to fires. During the mid and late summer months, valleys and fields can become incredibly dry and susceptible to catching fire, and the long-term drought we've been in has not helped. These fires can be devastating to homes and communities, and it can be difficult to repair and rebuild after a fire. However, certain steps can be taken to make the process of cleaning and restoring easier after a fire.
When you have a smoke damage house there is still a lot of work to be done after the fire has been put out. Getting the smell of smoke out of your home is an important step because if it isn’t done quickly and correctly the smoke can linger causing damage weeks after the fire ended.