How Long Does it Take to Restore a Dayton Beach Business After a Fire?
To Estimate the Time Needed to Restore a Daytona Beach Restaurant, Call a Professional Fire Restoration Team
Restoring your restaurant in Daytona Beach after a fire is of paramount importance, but the time it’ll take will depend on the flames, smoke, and soot now settling upon your business. As you coordinate with local authorities, your insurance company, and pertinent Health Department regulations, you need the support of a professional fire restoration team to help you. When time is of the essence, enlisting the support of industry experts is an investment in a prompt resolution and peace of mind.
In Daytona Beach, fire damage restoration services for businesses is our expertise at SERVPRO. We are part of your business network and understand how time-sensitive it is for your restaurant to be up and running again. Our team is available 24/7, and we can begin our process as soon as it is safe for us to enter the premises. With our advanced tools and training, we follow the fire’s path and isolate unaffected areas while removing debris and residue. As needed, our team can also discard items beyond repair and move items requiring specialty drying solutions to an offsite location to restore them.
Can wood fixtures survive fire and water damage?
Your restaurant’s décor is a reflection of the care and passion you have put into your business.
A gleaming bar made of wood and wooden flooring and furniture may suffer during the fire, but it is not necessarily lost. Our SERVPRO technicians can look at the soot and the water left behind by firefighters and develop a plan to restore those surfaces. Some equipment you might see as we work could include-
- Drying mats for your hardwood floors
- Industrial-grade dehumidifiers to reduce excess humidity
- Chemical solutions to help wipe down soot
Regardless of how big the fire is, our team at SERVPRO of North Daytona Beach/Ormond Beach is here to help. Call us at (386) 677-9993 and place your trust in us. Our goal is to have your patrons return to your restaurant, "Like it never even happened."
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