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Water Damage Restoration
First and foremost, get the water stopped. If you know where the local or main shutoff is and can access it without entering any standing water, do so. If you are unsure, or if you must enter a dangerous situation to get to it, call a plumber. Once the water has stopped, the clock is ticking to begin mitigation. The longer water damage is left without restoration, or wet materials are left untreated, the more damage is done, and mold has the chance to grow. Even if you are reasonably sure that the structure and contents are dry, it is a good idea to contact a professional.
Fire Damage Restoration
After you call the fire department, call your insurance company. They will give you instructions, and assign an agent to assist you. Be sure to follow their directions as best you can. Then call us: (406) 782-5339. We will help board up broken windows, protect the house from holes in the roof structure, and get soot off from surfaces that are easily etched.
Fire damage can be overwhelming, and devastating. Know that we have helped many people through them. Contact Fine Fabric Care for fire damage services.
Trauma / Crime Scene Cleanup
Whether it is you that has taken a fall, and need blood cleanup, or a family member or friend has passed away, Fine Fabric Care is here to help with the aftermath of a blood spill or trauma event. At a time when you have more pressing issues to worry about, we will quickly, quietly, and compassionately help remove all visible evidence of the occurrence. We are happy to work with you and your family to ensure important issues are handled, and can, with your permission, work directly with insurance to work out payment.
Mold spores are a major concern for remediators. Because of their very small size, mold spores can be anywhere there is air, including under carpet, inside wall cavities, under kitchen cabinets, virtually everywhere. Molds are usually not a problem unless mold spores land on a damp spot and begin growing. As mold grows it reaches a point where it is time to continue its life cycle. The mold begins to produce spores which can be allergenic and/or toxic.
Mold remediation should not begin until a thorough assessment has been completed. Remediating mold involves either removing mold from the surface on which it is growing or removing the material where the mold is growing.
Years in Business
So much has changed in the last 33 years, but the best things have stayed much the same. We’re still watching the Simpsons, love McNuggets, tune in the radio to some of the best of classic rock-n-roll, and trust Fine Fabric Care to clean our carpets, furniture, air ducts, and almost anything else!
Fine Fabric Care is proud of the confidence our customers have had in us for the last 33 years, and we promise to work hard to keep this confidence.
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