Fire & Smoke Damage

Expert Fire, Smoke, and Soot Cleanup

A fire in your home or business can be absolutely devastating. Beyond the fire damage, smoke and soot can be toxic and extremely hazardous.  Even if the fire is in a small contained area, the smoke and soot can travel throughout the rest of your structure.  

You need help after a fire to clean up the mess and restore your property back to normal. You can count on MaxClean to be there for you, day or night. 

Certified & Experienced Professionals

In the event of a fire, MaxClean is there for you with comprehensive fire damage cleanup and smoke removal.

Available 24/7

We Work With All Insurance

Locally Owned

Licensed & Certified

Friendly Staff

Fire Damage Hazards

The smoke and soot from a fire, along with the water and chemicals used to fight fires, can cause additional damage and create a hazarous environment in your property.  All of these factors lead to serious safety issues for the occupants of the building.  

MaxClean Restoration has highly trained technicians who know the proper techniques and processes to get your business running again and your house back to your home.  

24/7 Emergency Response

Tackle Fire Damage In 3 Easy Steps

Fire damage cleanup is a complex process that requires careful consideration to minimize the damage and ensure your property is restored as quickly as possible. It’s not uncommon for there to be physical damage from the fire itself as well as secondary damage from smoke and soot or water used to extinguish the fire. 

Enlist the help of the professional team at MaxClean Restoration. We will be by your site and walk you through the process from start to finish.


Call now. We are on-call 24/7 and respond right away.


We'll respond and get to work, minimizing your losses.


Relax knowing your property is in the best hands.​

What Can You Do Now?

What to Do After A Fire

After the fire has been safely extinguished, remember, safety is always the top priority.  There are many hazards after a fire to your home or business. If at all possible, avoid the structure entirely until it has been properly restored. If you must enter, keep in mind:

  • Assess whether the structure is safe to enter. 
  • Be watchful for any electrical and ‘slip and fall’ hazards.
  • Smoke and Soot can contain many harmful contaminants and extreme caution should be used if you must be around them.  
  • Some materials might be wet and can be much heavier than usual. Be careful lifting. 

What To Do Before Help Arrives:

  • If it is safe to enter and the weather allows for it, open windows and doors to air out the structure.
  • Cover high-traffic carpeted areas with linens or towels as well as rugs and upholstery.
  • Limit movement to prevent cross-contamination in the building.
  • If power will be interrupted, unplug and empty refrigerators and freezers and leave the doors open.
  • Change HVAC Filters.

What NOT To Do Before Help Arrives:

  • Don’t touch items covered in soot with your bare hands. Contaminants can seep in through your pores and the oils from your skin can cause permanent stains on the surface or your items.
  • Don’t eat foods, including canned or packaged foods or beverages that may have been in or near the fire, heat, or the water or chemicals used to fight the fire.
  • Don’t turn on ceiling lights to fixtures that may have become wet.
  • Don’t clean or plug in electrical devices before they are inspected as they may have been damaged from the water and fire and could cause an electrical hazard.