Fire & Smoke Damage

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Full Service Fire & Smoke Restoration

In times of crisis, Complete Recovery Restoration is here for you. CRR understands how devastating it can be to lose your home or business to fire and smoke damage. We are here to help you and your family when you need it most, helping to guide you through the entire recovery process from start to finish. We understand how important your home or business is to you; CRR never forgets that your peace of mind is paramount.

1. Access

Our team is on stand-by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We respond to your needs and will be ready at a moments notice.

2. Content Removal

Your possessions are valuable to you - we focus on preserving them and protecting them.

3. Protection

We look to secure the damages and mitigate further damages the moment we arrive on the scene

4. Cleaning

We specialize in cleaning and making your home or business look brand new. Our cleaning process is through and very important to the entire aspect of every job

5. Customer Approval

We want to provide peace of mind to our customers and make each loss look like nothing happened after we are finished

How We Can Help You:

  • - Fire Emergency
  • - Smoke and Soot Damage
  • - Home or Business Deodorization

At CRR, Convenience Counts

We also offer the following services to address all your needs:

Removal of All Debris

HVAC Duct Cleaning


Emergency Electrical Repair

Odor Issues/Deodorization

Emergency Board-Up Services

Document Restoration

Drapery/Oriental Rug Dry Cleaning Services

Frequently Asked Questions

What does a fire damage restoration company do?

We provide the necessary cleaning & mitigation services to ensure your property is safe and can effectively move to the repair process. We preserve and protect the property and its contents so that further damage will not occur.

Does the smoke odor eventually go away?

The ensuing smoke odor from a real fire does not go away on its own. You may become a bit more accustomed to it, but you cannot simply “air out” your home after a fire. Smoke from a fire permeates paint, dry wall, carpeting, flooring, drapery, clothes and even granite counter tops. Yes, smoke will seep into all porous surfaces in a home.
Then there’s the issue of soot. Soot is a carbonaceous substance produced as a byproduct of a fire and is oily and will stain carpets and other textiles. Soot must be removed before any cleaning or deodorizing can take place.

Do I need professional clean-up if the fire was small?

Calling your favorite cleaning lady or scheduling your carpet cleaner isn’t going to do the trick this time. Smoke and soot damage from house fires is a much more serious issue and the odor will remain until professionally removed.

Why do I need to act quickly after a fire?

You need to begin the process of mitigating and cleaning right after the fire - waiting can only cause more harm to your home or business and the effects of smoke may never be properly rectified