Fire Damage Restoration

Fire damage restoration is a process that begins as soon as the authorities say the property is safe. Smoke is an acidic byproduct of fire capable of corroding and staining surfaces such as walls and counters. In some cases the steps taken to put out the blaze can cause more damage than the actual fire. This is why proper fire restoration deals with heat, smoke and water damage. Our certified professionals determine the full extent of fire damage, including the impact of smoke, heat and residues from fire and smoke.

Orange Flood provides integrated services that connect our in-house staff with specialty trades, engineers, architects and other professionals. Every aspect of the reconstruction process required to rebuild and restore your operation. Our team members and their holistic approach to reconstruction translate to speed. Our speed translates to mitigation of damage and expedience in putting you back in your property.


  • Smoke and Odor Removal
  • Complete Cleaning & Sanitation
  • Professional Deodorization
  • Temporary Protection
  • Carpet and Pad Removal (when necessary)
  • Air Vent & Duct Cleaning


Water damage is also a big part of fire restoration. The water that firefighters use to put the fire out often causes harm to items that are not damaged in the fire. It is important to remove any excess water and dry the area out completely so mold doesn’t grow. Our professionals have the equipment needed to remove standing water and to find any water that may be hiding behind the walls and in the floors. This helps to dry out the building as quickly as possible and restore the humidity to a normal level and ensure the premise is safe for your staff to return.

In most cases, your insurance will cover the smoke damage restoration process. It is important to check with your carrier to confirm coverage. At Orange Flood, we will work with them to make sure the job is done quickly and efficiently. With a plan in place, you can sleep at night knowing you’re prepared for any emergency.