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The smoke released by any type of fire may it be from the forest, brush, crop or wood burning, is a mixture of particles and chemicals produced by incomplete burning of carbon-containing materials. Smoke can contain many different chemicals such as aldehydes, acid gases, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, polycylic hydrocarbons, benzene, styrene, metals, and dioxins.
Exposure to high levels of smoke should be avoided. Individuals are advised to limit their physical exertion if exposure to high levels of smoke cannot be avoided. People with cardiovascular or respiratory conditions, fetuses, infants, young children and elderly may be more endangered to the health effects of smoke exposure.
Inhaling smoke for a short period of time can cause acute effects. Smoke is irritating to the eyes, nose, and throat and its odor can be nauseating.
Avoiding smoky situations is the best way to prevent exposure. If your age or health status puts you at greater risk from smoke exposure, you should speak with your doctor about the steps you can take when you are experiencing smoky situations.
Experiencing a fire in your property can be very chaotic and loss of belongings that you have spent years acquiring is quite upsetting. At ServiceMaster of the Upstate, a fire damage restoration company, we give you well-informed consultation and restoration services second to none.
ServiceMaster of the Upstate has employees that will help you engage with your insurance company and provide the right equipment that will timely redeem any fire incurred damage both efficiently and effectively. Fire damage not only affects a home physically but also pose danger to the health of family members. Carcinogenic toxins from soot cleaning need extra attention, and here at ServiceMaster of the Upstate, we have the knowledge and expertise to structurally clean and restore your fire damaged property.
ServiceMaster of the Upstate understands that not all contents can be treated the same and smoke and soot is very difficult to amend. Fire damage creates a fairly complex situation because of the unique behavior of the smoke. Our professionals will bring out a careful room-by-room analysis of the overall fire damage to determine what action needs to be taken.
ServiceMaster of the Upstate is open seven days a week, and we provide 24/7 emergency services. Do not hesitate to call us if you need assistance. If you are in need of immediate services due to fire damage, please call our emergency line at (864) 310-7891 or visit our website https://www.servicemasterupstate.com/contact/, and we will be available to you as soon as possible. We are dedicated to our customers and our community, and we will do everything in our power to restore your home to pre-damage condition. Not only that, but we also serve our customers throughout Greenville, Spartanburg, Laurens, Newberry, Saluda, and surrounding areas.