Forum Title: Fire Damage Repairs
man ! I just finished this guys house 3 months back or so. I did all the cedar siding , and shingles on his house I also did all the doors , and window trim out he took a year getting this house ready to live in. cost him aprox $350,000 since he bought it last year. its an all wood house. he called me last night and said spike , I had a fire I went buy , and apparently a light shorted out , and fried all the wiring , and fire-damaged the garage , and family room he has no insurance! ( lets not go into this issue , he has to carry the burden , I don`t want him to feel any worse than he needs to) I`ll hopefully figure out all the repairs through inspectors , and engineers. but how do you get rid of the totally blackened soot covering all the interior of the attic? its all pitch black way into the areas where there was no actual fire damage. do I have to open up the entire ceiling , is there a chemical? do I have to remediate all of it will it keep the smell if I don`t is it a hazard? is this something I can do , or should I call in a specialist just for this?
Category: General Contractor Post By: Sam Jones (Plano, TX), 02/10/2018

Community Resources & Homeowner Links

requestaquote Get Free Quotes callnow 888-506-9527