Forum Title: Smoke Odor
Just the way things go; I have never had the opportunity to deal with a fire job. That being said, I am looking for some real word info on the issue. I have a previous client (I built the original home) that had a fire. 2838 colonial w/1620 family room ad 2-car attached. The fire destroyed the family room. There was considerable heat; the vinyl window blinds in the second floor master on the opposite side of the house are partially melted. The client is looking to do a full gut of the home down to the studs as well as, of course, re-building the family room. The insurance company brought in a company to look at clean-up and was told there was too much smoke/heat damage to simply clean/re-paint. I have done some research regarding the issue of smoke odor remediation: fogging, ozone and encapsulating. I have searched the site and found a few opinions. I am interested in any experienced thought regarding the issue of left over smell that might be an issue in the actual frame of the house and how it might be addressed while fully gutted.
Category: General Contractor Post By: WILLIE S (Gilbert, AZ), 02/11/2018

Tips & Assistance For Homeowners

requestaquote Get Free Quotes callnow 888-506-9527