September 17, 2020

Damage Clean Up & Debris Removal

Understanding Debris


Debris…it is a really mess after natural storms, hurricanes, fire, overhauling, or reconstruction. Debris removal is a tremendous job and try to do it by your own is very dangerous.


To explain to you in brief, debris is a type of waste left after fire, water damage, home removal, construction and any other event. Restoration, natural disasters or other accidental events left behind piles of debris really hard to manipulate, transport or disposal.



To give you an idea of debris removal, we are going to mention the types of debris we can handle for you:



Domestic debris. You made renovation at home and now you don’t know what to do with the items you changed as curtains, window frames and some other stuff. Now you have debris to disposal. Also de-cluttering in basements or attics is suitable for being called domestic debris. It is hard to say, those changes at home generate wastes that cannot be just dropped in the garbage container, but a professional service for disposing the wastes is required.



Construction debris. There are other debris you might consider as domestic, other debris may result from home renovations like heavy construction materials (concrete and blocks), carpets, tiles and other stuff that are really heavy; these are so called construction debris.



Storm debris. When storms, hurricanes or flood arrives, a huge debris invades your home. Branches, fences, fragments of roof, benches, garden furniture, pool accessories and other items can be blown into your property. Then you need extra help to clean your area and dispose debris professionally.



Fire debris. Fire debris removal is perhaps the most delicate. Depending on the extension of fire, the removal of household hazardous waste and removal of other fire related debris must be fulfilled.



Household hazardous waste includes lead acid, household batteries, gas cylinders, bulk pesticides, fertilizers and pool chemical; other chemical compounds as thinner, aerosol cans and paints; electronic components from televisions or computers. Debris from fire are highly contaminant and hazardous to be manipulated.


Hoarding is the compulsive purchasing and saving of objects, it goes far beyond a simple collection and the items overwhelm the living space. We understand how painful this disorder is for both the individual and their loved ones. Our commitment to you is that we will provide considerate, respectful service and support you throughout the cleanup process. Hoarding often leads to the development of massive disorganized piles, which, is overwhelming for family and friends to handle. Not only are the piles a source of embarrassment and tension for their owner, but they can also become a severe hazard- one that requires professional attention. The stacks themselves are a fire risk, and they can mask additional issues. Rodent infestations, biological and microbial growths are free to grow unchecked.


If you or a loved one is struggling with hoarding – we are here to help. We understand how emotionally devastating this is, and our professional staff is prepared to support you.


Our specially trained technicians begin by clearing out the items; biohazard experts in protective gear handle any biological waste and our restoration techs eradicate mold and deep clean the entire area. Odors are eliminated and stains are removed when possible. When our team is finished the space will be safe and sanitary.

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