ROC 349012


Professional Fire Damage Restoration Services in Phoenix Metroplex

Cleanup & Repair of All Aspects of Fire & Smoke Damage

Disaster Recovery Restoration stands out as the premier fire damage restoration company in Phoenix Metroplex, delivering unparalleled service and satisfaction to our customers. With a prompt and efficient approach, we excel in restoring properties after fire damage. Whether you’ve faced a minor electrical fire or a major structural fire, our highly trained technicians employ a comprehensive restoration process. Upon assessing the damage, we prioritize short-term repairs, remove water, smoke, and soot, and document damages using photos, videos, and 3D models. We maintain constant communication with your insurance adjuster, ensuring a smooth process. 


24/7/365 Emergency Water Damage Restoration


Work Directly With All Insurance Companies


45 Minute On-Site Arrival Time


Free Estimates

Our services include air filtration, material disposal, surface cleaning, sanitization, deodorization, encapsulation if needed, air duct and HVAC cleaning, and, finally, fire damage repairs. Most homeowners’ insurance covers these costs, and we handle the entire claims process for you. At Disaster Recovery Restoration, we specialize in various fire damage repairs, including drywall, flooring, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and structural repairs. While the cost varies based on factors like damage extent and area size, our services generally range from $3,200 to $25,000, with whole-house restoration potentially exceeding $100,000. Call us 24/7/365 for swift and comprehensive fire damage restoration.

Our fire damage restoration

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When it comes to how restoration companies handle your fire and smoke cleanup process, Disaster Recovery Restoration reigns supreme. Our first objective is the same for every job, clean and restore the air to normal healthy levels. Both fire and smoke give off dangerous particles and pollutants that are not only a harsh smell but are hazardous to breathe in.

1. Material Removal

Before the commencement of the cleaning process, certain materials will have to be removed.

2. Air Cleaning

We begin by placing air scrubbers on the premises. These air scrubbers will suck in the contaminated air and run it through an industrial HEPA filter, which removes 99.99% of all particles and pollutants from the air.

3. Deodorization

Our technicians will start to deodorize your property’s air by deploying ozone generators or hydroxyl units. These units get set up alongside the air cleaning units on day one and continue to run until all odor is removed.

4. Cleanup

Your expert cleanup team will use a combination of cleaning chemicals, air purifiers, and deodorizers during the cleaning and restoration phase of the project. Chem-sponges are necessary for this stage, as when one comes into contact with soot and particles, it captures them.

5. Document Restoration
Document restoration after fire damage involves a thorough and delicate process:
1. Safety Assessment: Ensure the area is safe for entry, wearing appropriate protective gear.
2. Stabilization: Prevent further damage by securing the environment and protecting documents from additional exposure.
3. Inventory and Sorting: Categorize documents based on their condition, separating salvageable from severely damaged ones.
4. Cleaning Soot and Debris: Carefully remove soot and debris from documents using dry cleaning methods or gentle vacuuming.
5. Surface Cleaning: Wipe documents with specialized cleaners, avoiding further damage.
6. Deodorization: Address any lingering odors by employing techniques such as ozone treatment or activated charcoal.
7. Freezing: Freeze documents to halt deterioration and allow for a more controlled restoration process.
8. Thawing: Gradually thaw frozen documents to avoid sudden temperature changes.
9. Drying: Utilize freeze-drying or other controlled methods to slowly remove moisture from documents.
10. Professional Restoration Services: Engage specialized document restoration professionals for intricate or valuable items.
11. Re-Integration: Reassemble and organize restored documents, ensuring they are properly stored in a secure environment.
This process demands expertise and specialized equipment, so consulting with professionals experienced in document restoration is often crucial for the best results.
7. Electronic Restoration
Electronic restoration after fire damage is a complex process. Here’s a detailed guide:
1. Safety First: Ensure the area is safe to enter, wearing appropriate protective gear.
2. Power Off: Disconnect power sources immediately to prevent electrical issues.
3. Assessment: Evaluate the extent of fire damage to determine the feasibility of restoration.
4. Data Backup: If possible, attempt to retrieve data from the damaged electronic devices, either through built-in backup systems or professional data recovery services.
5. Cleaning Soot and Debris: Carefully clean soot and debris from the external surfaces using a soft brush or compressed air.
6. Disassembly: Disassemble the electronic device following manufacturer guidelines to access internal components.
7. Cleaning Circuit Boards: Use a specialized electronics cleaner to remove soot and contaminants from circuit boards. Avoid abrasive materials.
8. Inspection for Damage: Thoroughly inspect components for heat damage, melted parts, or signs of electrical stress. Replace irreparably damaged components.
9. Thermal Imaging: Use thermal imaging to identify hidden damage caused by heat.
10. Corrosion Removal: Address any corrosion on circuit boards or connectors using a soft brush and isopropyl alcohol.
11. Reassembly: Carefully reassemble the electronic device, ensuring all components are properly aligned.
12. Testing: Power on the device and test its functionality. Be cautious and monitor for any unusual behavior or malfunctions.
13. Professional Assistance: For critical or complex electronics, consider involving professionals experienced in electronic restoration.
14. Documentation: Maintain detailed records of the restoration process, noting replaced components and actions taken.
15. Post-Restoration Monitoring: Keep an eye on the restored electronic device for any signs of issues that may arise after initial testing.
Remember, electronic restoration after fire damage requires expertise, and for valuable or intricate devices, consulting with professionals is often recommended.
8. Final Repairs

The final stage in a fire damage restoration procedure is the completion of repairs. Typically these repairs include replacing materials, painting, and any other repair services that will be required to return the property to its pre-loss state.

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Disaster Recovery Restoration is your #1 water damage restoration company in Phoenix Metroplex. Our team is ready 24/7/365 to provide water damage restoration solutions to both residential and commercial customers alike.

Contact Info

Disaster Recovery Restoration

(480) 534-7140

927 W 23rd St, Tempe, AZ 85282, United States

1901 E University Dr, Suite 333, Mesa, AZ 85203