Your Complete Guide to Fire Damage

Apr 12 2018

It can be stressful if your home has been damaged by fire. Not only do you have to deal with putting it out, which can cause water damage, you also have to worry about smoke, soot, and general cleanup and repairs. That’s why we’ve compiled this guide so you can know how to prevent fires, extinguish them, and repair damage.

How to Extinguish and Prevent House Fires

The best way to keep your home safe from fire damage is to prevent it. But, if a fire does happen, we’ve also provided a few tips to help you extinguish it and minimize the damage. Here are a few of the more common types of fires and what you can do about them.

Kitchen Fires

Whether it was caused by grease, a rag that was placed too close to the hot stove, or even an overloaded appliance, it’s important to know what to do if there’s a kitchen fire. What about before it even happens? Take these steps to be prepared and even prevent a potential kitchen disaster.
A pan in the kitchen that's on fire.

Grease Fires

Grease fires are some of the most common household fires. Unlike other types of fires, there are specific steps you should take to put it out properly. For example, did you know that throwing water on a grease fire won’t put it out? Instead, water makes it grow and spread. Learn why this happens and what actions you should take to properly take care of the grease and make sure it doesn’t happen in the first place.

Grease surrounding a stove burner

Propane Fires

Have a propane stove or barbeque? The last thing you want to do is let the propane get out of hand. Not only could it ruin your grill, it could ruin your home, too! To make sure that doesn’t happen, check out these tips to prevent burning your burgers and hot dogs over an uncontrolled flame.

Propane gas grill cooking bratwurst.

Heating and Electrical Fires

While you may not have to worry about a fireplace or furnace fire during the summer, it can become a real problem during Minnesota’s harsh winters. Keep your home safe and warm with this helpful advice from us.

Fire lit in a fireplace.

The Restoration Process

Has your home been damaged by a fire? If you’re faced with a big mess from a fire, who should you call? While you could clean up the mess, a good restoration company can not only clean up the mess, they can also do any necessary reconstruction to get your property looking good as new. Wondering what really goes into the restoration process? Here’s a brief overview of what to expect from the second you call Rapid Restoration.

A house that's been damaged by fire.

Did a Fire Damage Your Home?

If you’ve been faced with fire damage in your home, give the experts at Rapid Restoration a call! We can clean up any damage and help you get your property back to normal!

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