Commercial Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration

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Fire & Smoke
Damage Restoration


Damage doesn’t end when a fire stops burning. Chemical reactions triggered by the fire and soot continue even after the fire itself has been put out. Only a few days after the fire, items that would have been able to be restored can become irreversibly damaged.

At ServiceMaster Restore®, our smoke and fire damage restoration experts understand how to apply the most successful cleaning and restoration methods for your commercial facility. We even have the skill and expertise to clean soot off of delicate materials such as brass, chrome, carpets, and drapery.

Our 5 Step Fire & Smoke Restoration Process

Emergency Pre-Cleaning

In under 24 hours after a fire, ServiceMaster Restore® pre-cleans items that are at a higher risk of becoming permanently damaged so we can maximize the chances of a full restoration.

We also Board Up commercial buildings immediately to protect against bad weather and trespassing.

Content Pack Out

We document, pack up, and store your commercial building’s contents so they stay clean and safe while your building is being restored. Our storage facility has climate controls to ensure that your contents are protected.

Content Cleaning

We partner with specialized restoration experts to fully restore your contents, including drying, cleaning, deodorization, and any other necessary steps.

Dry Cleaning   |  Electronic Cleaning

Structure Cleaning

Damaged spaces in your business are thoroughly cleaned using advanced equipment, specialized products, and cutting-edge restoration processes designed by ServiceMaster Restore®.


A customized strategy for deodorization is implemented by ServiceMaster Restore® specifically for the level and source of the fire and smoke damage in your business.

Fire Types

Understanding different fire types allows us to assess the correct means to restore your home.

Protein Fire

Food from the oven or stove has burned; strong burnt odor exists; smoke residue is on contents and surfaces

Complex Fire

Multiple natural and synthetic items inside the structure have burned; black smoke residue on contents and surfaces; synthetic smoke odor exists; emergency corrosion mitigation is needed to protect at-risk services.

Natural Fire

Trees, shrubs, and bushes have burned (example: forest fire); smoke has penetrated the structure from outside; smoke residue odors are present.

Furnace Malfunction

Heating appliances such as oil-fired furnaces have malfunctioned and caused smoke to be distributed throughout the property.

When the unforeseen happens, call on ServiceMaster Restore®. Our emergency call center is prepared to handle your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Call us now at (301) 972-9100.