Encapsulation protects home after a fire
Here at SERVPRO our teams have had extensive training and are certified for when a fire damaged home is going to be cleaned out, and safely rebuilt properly.
One step that must happen is to treat the wood framing by a process called encapsulation. A special mix of shellac is sprayed as a sealer in fire damage restoration because of its prime ability to control fire odor. In fact, it boasts a decades-long history of successfully sealing smoke odor in treated surfaces.
It is critical to heavily treat all remaining wood materials before ever rebuilding the home.
SERVPRO is known for high quality home reconstruction and especially successful with rebuilding fire damage.
In the past year we have rebuilt many homes and the families are always very relived when they enter their home for the first time after the rebuild, that they feel no sense of fire damage and smell no soot or smoke damage remains either.
We know this is very comforting to families.