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The damage caused by residential fires can have devastating effects on your physical and emotional well-being. You may be asking yourself, “How do I recover from this?”

After fire, smoke or soot damage has occurred, finding a qualified restoration contractor is key in expediting the removal process and ensuring correct action is taken. Incorrect actions can jeopardize the possibilities of restoring both structure and contents to their original state. At Alert Disaster Restoration, your fire damage restoration needs are our priority. We’ll take care of you, your property, and your belongings.

What To Expect

A team will respond as soon as possible, day or night, to assist you.

Your property is in good hands. We’ll customize a restoration plan for your specific needs including debris removal, cleanup, and securing your property.

We’ll contact your insurer and help them settle a claim for your losses.

We’ll take your belongings to our on-site cleaning facility and restore them back to their original condition.

Our deep cleaning process removes soot and smoke odors.

If necessary, we will remove damaged areas and reconstruct them to new.

3 Simple Steps to Restoring Your Property


Call us

We will arrive on site, evaluate the damage, and begin the inventorying process.


Restoration & Repairs

Our process is aimed toward restoring the structural integrity of your property.


Return To Normal

Enjoy your return to normal life in your fully restored home.

Commercial Fire & Smoke Remediation

A fire at your commercial location can leave you feeling stressed and uncertain for many reasons. It can halt your business and create serious health challenges to anyone who enters the premises. Fortunately, these challenges can be dealt with in a safe and efficient manner by calling a professional fire damage restoration team.

At ADR, we care about your property and your personal well-being. Let us handle the cleanup and repairs after a fire so you can focus on other important matters.

Understanding The Types of Smoke

While at the scene, ADR initially identifies the type of smoke to allow for proper cleaning and restoration:

Wet soot

Wet soot is typically a result of slow burning, low heat fires caused by plastic or rubber materials. This wet residue can be smeared during cleanup if not handled properly.

Dry soot

This soot is most common after a high heat, fast burning fire caused by wood or paper. Dry soot has fine particles that can fall into cracks and crevices, making the cleanup process difficult.

Oil Based soot

This type of soot is generally grey or black. It’s greasy nature makes it streaky and hard to clean when fresh. If neglected for a period of time, it can bond to surfaces and become impossible to fully clean.

Protein Based soot

This soot is often a result of kitchen fires. It is yellow or amber in color and can be hard to see on surfaces. If you continue to smell a lingering odor, the surfaces are not thoroughly cleaned.

Fire & Smoke Damage Cleanup You Can Count On

Your Professional Restoration Team

From the immediate board up and protection of your property from our emergency response team to the complete cleanup and restoration of your property, you can count on ADR for all your fire and smoke damage needs. Our qualified team will work with you and your insurance company to quickly restore your property to pre-loss condition while preventing additional losses.

We understand that this is a difficult time for you and promise to do everything we can to ease your concerns. We hold the highest standards for customer care and quality craftsmanship so you feel confident when you have ADR by your side. You can count on us to respond whenever you need us most, 24/7/365.

What Happens After a Fire?

To protect your health and safety, it may be necessary to temporarily move out of your home while repairs are being made. 

Many insurance policies include Out of Home Living provisions, so be sure to check with your insurance company to learn more about your coverage. Community resources may also be available should you need temporary assistance. 

Did You Know?

According to the National Fire Protection Association, a fire starts in the U.S. every 24 seconds.

1,291,500 Fires (2019)

$14.8 billion in property damage (2019)