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Mitigating Your Fire Loss

Experiencing a fire, whether at your facility or business, is one of the most traumatic events an owner can go through. Losing your business, and many or all of your possessions so quickly is devastating. The devastation doesn’t stop when the flames are put out – property owners are left looking for temporary or permanent shelter, and businesses may have to close for extended periods.

When you act quickly and call fire restoration specialists, some of these losses may be mitigated. Claremont’s 24/7 hotline will allow you to get started on fire restoration as soon as possible. 

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Fire Damage Recovery 

The 24 to 48-hour window following a fire is crucial for restoration. If left untreated acidic soot, smoke damage, and water damage will further destroy your property and its contents. Claremont’s restoration specialists will act quickly to remove soot and any dry chemicals used to extinguish the fire, address water damage, and remove smoke damage to restore your property.

  • Many factors go into determining the best course of action, including:

  • Replacement Cost vs. Restoration Cost

  • Effect of Smoke and Heat

  • Loss of Use

  • Loss of Value

  • Decreased Life Expectancy


Claremont’s fire restoration services may include emergency board-up, demolition, soot removal, deodorization to mitigate smoke odors, and complete reconstruction. 



You can count on Claremont’s professional restoration team to minimize your losses.

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Steps to Fire Damage Recovery 

Claremont will determine the best course of action for your fire restoration based on the type of property, the extent of damage, and how long it has been since the fire occurred. We will take the following steps in your restoration project:

  • Assess property and contents damage

  • Prevent further damage

  • Remove smoke and soot

  • Restore property to pre-loss condition

By enlisting trusted professionals to restore your property, there may not be a need for a full replacement. Our goal is to minimize your losses, expenses, and restore your home or business as quickly as possible following a tragic fire. 
Claremont works directly to support local fire departments and may be called in to assist with the following: 

  • Tarping damaged roofs 

  • Providing temporary power to buildings

  • Boarding up windows and doors

  • Bracing buildings structural damage

  • Installing temporary fencing around property

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