How Can Indoor Air Quality Be Threatened After a Morristown Structure Fire?
Airborne contaminants and threats abound after a fire in a Morristown residence
Indoor air quality (IAQ) is one of the measurements of success with fire damage restoration. Harsh odors and carcinogenic particles can be a threat to those exposed. We have multiple strategies to resolve airborne threats.
What Air Quality Concerns Exist During Fire Restoration?
Fire damage restoration for Morristown homes often begins with assessing the direst circumstances. Responding team members can be overwhelmed with multiple airborne threats and contaminants. Toxins from burned plastics, soot particles from partially combusted fuels, and other threats must get trapped and removed from the house.
Are Air Scrubbers Enough to Manage the Threat?
There is no mistaking that air scrubbers with HEPA filters are among the most heavily used items when environmental cleaning is necessary. Trapping circulating particles can make the living areas safer for house occupants and responding technicians. Apart from our air scrubbers, other tools and strategies can help, including:
- HEPA Vacuums
- Hydroxyl Generators
- Debris Removal
Indoor air quality can be one of the most immediate concerns of responding fire restorers, as this can provide a dangerous situation for occupants of the house without appropriate action. Our SERVPRO of Hamblen County team has multiple filtration options we can begin quickly. Give us a call today at (423) 318-6733.