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Smoke & Smell

Smoke & Smell

After a structure fire, most home and business owners are consumed with cleaning up the visible debris, failing to realize the bigger problem: soot and smoke damage. Soot and smoke particles that are released by fires can permeate and settle into flooring, seep into walls, and accumulate in ceilings and attics.

Soot and smoke can cause corrosion and discoloration to almost any surface including: plastic; fiberglass; metal; fibers, including carpeting, upholstery, and clothing; wood; and vinyl. In addition, soot and smoke that lingers behind walls and inside ceilings is overpowering and toxic.

The dedicated and skilled restoration team at J&R Contracting responds to smoke damaged structures with a sense of urgency so that your contents can be saved and salvaged. Our employees have the ability to identify smoke travel, odor permeation, and heat and water damage, even when hidden in remote cavities.

Additionally, J&R Contracting employs certified technicians who have the best restoration services techniques and equipment available, and are able to eliminate soot and smoke odor that conventional equipment and treatment services are unable to.

Contractors at J&R are committed to the restoration of your structure and belongings after devastating smoke damage. We are proud to offer a LIFETIME Smoke Odor Guarantee, a guarantee that not one customer has had to use in over 55 years of business.
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Case Study: Responding Quickly to Fire Damage

Case Study: Responding Quickly to Fire Damage

Recently, J&R Contracting heard about a house fire affecting a neighbor in our backyard. We sent a services responder over to see if we could help with restoration. When the J&R employee arrived, the fire department was on scene; however, the homeowners had been unable to reach their insurance agent and were unsure about how to proceed to salvage their possessions. Their most prized possessions were the thousands of photographs of their grandchildren and family members, and they were despondent thinking they were lost forever.
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