Desa Contracting & Restoration is a highly regarded full-service contracting and restoration firm certified by the IICRC.
We serve Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area and are available 24/7 for all types of restoration and renovation projects. With over 10 years of work experience, our team of certified professionals has the necessary knowledge to handle a wide range of projects, including concrete repair, crack injection, balcony repair, masonry repair, wall and column repair, exterior cladding retrofits, waterproofing, fire and water damage restoration, mold remediation, and asbestos abatement and removal. Our goal is to give residents and property managers the best services and solutions for their renovation and restoration projects.
Desa Contracting & Restoration is a full-service, licensed, and IICRC-certified contracting and restoration company serving Toronto and the GTA. With over a decade of experience in the industry, we are the premier choice for all your fire damage restoration needs.
After our initial cleanup, you can expect a restoration surveyor chosen by Desa Contracting & Restoration to check your property and advise you on the necessary work. They will also provide you with an estimate for our fire restoration services
We will then send a team of fire restoration specialists to your home to decontaminate the area and its contents. This ensures all contamination is removed prior to the restoration of your property.
Next, following the decontamination of your property, we will provide you with a secondary estimate for the reinstatement work. Upon your approval, we will be able to restore your property to its pre-fire condition, so you can quickly and safely return home and carry on with your life.
Our team will ensure that any smoke residue has been removed and that the air flow is functioning properly. Once this is done, we will reinforce the building’s structural integrity. After this, we will start the complete restoration of your property
At Desa Contracting & Restoration, we specialize in fire and smoke damage restoration and understand the importance of returning your property to its pre-loss condition as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our team of professionals is fully licensed and IICRC-certified, guaranteeing the highest level of service and quality workmanship. Contact us today, for any and all building-related repairs.
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In addition to clearing debris, removing odors, and cleaning the home’s contents, fire restoration may involve things like property board-up, demolition, water damage restoration and reconstruction
In case of a fire emergency, the first thing you should do is call the fire department. Once you’ve called in the fire fighters, you should call your insurer to make a claim for the fire damage to your home. From there, the insurer will provide you with some advice on next steps in terms of protecting the contents of your home. Often, they will instruct you to contact a reputable restoration company for your residential area, among other things
To ensure the protection of your property after a fire emergency, the best thing you can do is contact a reputable restoration company to assist you in restoring your home to its pre-fire condition. The majority of restoration businesses offer board-up services to deter potential theft following fire damage to your home. Plywood should be bolted from the inside of the house to act as part of a complete board-up over windows in this case. What’s more, a strong lock should also be placed on the front door to prevent unlawful entry to your home.
The answer to this question is both yes and no. You can technically inspect your own home after a fire emergency, but legally, the safety of a building may only be determined by a qualified inspector like a structural engineer or industrial hygienist. Provided that, entering your home after a fire emergency poses tremendous personal danger to the homeowner.
After a fire emergency, your house is likely to experience significant water damage as a result of the firefighting efforts. That said, we understand that significant water exposure to your home can result in additional damage, such as the formation of mold. To that end, upon contacting a professional restoration company, part of the fire restoration process is the removal and repair of any water damage.
Whether or not you can stay in your home during the cleanup after a fire emergency is dependent on the extent of the damage to your home and your comfort level. Although the insurance provider may suggest off-site accommodation or lodging at a hotel as a backup strategy, these options may be covered by the policy.
The length of time required for fire restoration varies widely and is based on how much damage was done by the fire, smoke, and soot, in addition to the size of the structure and its contents. That said, at the start of the process, Desa Contracting & Restoration specialists will work with you to determine the scope of work and provide you with an approximate schedule, so you know what to expect.
The majority of homeowner’s insurance policies include dwelling and personal property coverage, which pays for damages to your home and its contents in the event of a fire. In the event that your home fire spreads to a neighboring home, you should also check your policy for personal liability or personal umbrella insurance. At Desa Contracting & Restoration, we will work closely with you and your insurance provider to handle the claims process, reducing the stress on you as the property owner.