The aftermath of a fire can be as damaging to electronics as the fire itself. That’s because acids from fire and soot can be corrosive to metal and plastic surfaces, even conductive. With an immediate and thorough cleaning of damaged electronics by the experts at ServiceMaster Restore, we can help prevent further damage and return items to pre-loss condition. We begin with an examination of the equipment. Our trained electronic restoration technicians will clean and restore so you can focus on running your business.
Whether cleaned onsite or at our facility, let the specialized experts at ServiceMaster Restore handle your business items. Our technicians clean, deodorize and restore items like:
At ServiceMaster Restore, we understand the urgency and sensitivity in restoring your electronics and listen to your needs to create the right solution. When a fire puts your business out of commission, it isn’t just because of scorched walls, ceilings and furniture. In today’s technology-driven age, damage to electronic equipment is a major blow to most organizations, which means that getting your devices back in service is an essential part of any fire-recovery effort. When disaster strikes, turn to ServiceMaster Restore for expert, comprehensive electronics restoration services to get your business reconnected and running again.
You might think that any electronics not directly destroyed by fire are safe to use, but this is incorrect. Smoke and ash easily move through your premises during a blaze, and as they settle they bring the potential for substantial harm. This is especially true in the case of delicate electronics such as computers, communications equipment, monitors and other essential business gear.
To begin with, don’t turn on any equipment that could have been exposed to smoke. You’ll risk causing more damage and perhaps even injury. Instead, call in the certified professionals at ServiceMaster Restore right away. Because soot and ash are highly acidic and corrosive, they can begin damaging the metals inside your electronics within minutes or hours of a fire. Taking swift action is necessary to preserve as many of your items as possible.