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What Is Fire Damage?

Fires are one of the most devastating things that can happen to a person. According to the National Fire Protection Association, on average a fire department responded to a fire somewhere in the US every 23 seconds. An estimated 358,500 home fires occur every year with 50% of these fires starting in the kitchen. Until […]

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Common Causes Of House Fires

House fires are unfortunately extreme and can happen at any time. Most of the time, they are out of your control. With that knowledge, it’s important to plan ahead of time so that you aren’t caught off guard if it happens to you. One great way to prepare is to be aware of which items […]

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What Does FEMA Say About Responding To Fire Damage?

FEMA, or the Federal Emergency Management Agency, publishes huge amounts of information on disaster response and preparedness. Their recommendations often provide the best practices for disaster response and preparedness. We at Sierra Restoration in Tremonton make sure to keep up with and exceed these standards. Here are a few of the most important tips about […]

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Four Things That Should Be Thrown Away After A Fire

Whether it be smoke, soot, or dangerous chemicals, fires leave a large amount of dangerous materials in their wake. Thus, one essential step of the fire damage restoration process is disposing of all items that are not salvageable after a fire. We at Sierra Restoration in Hyrum work closely with our clients to help them […]

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Understanding the Fire Damage Cleanup Timeline

One of the most common questions we get asked concerning fire damage cleanup is, ‘How long does it take?’ Well, the simple answer is that fire damage cleanup will depend on the extent of the damage so it may vary. Depending on the size and scope of the damage your Tremonton home received, cleanup may […]

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To Do List To Prepare For Fire Damage Restoration

When fire damages your Hyrum home, it can seem overwhelming knowing what to do or how to respond. We know it may be hard to sit tight and wait for restoration services, so here are some things you can do to help prepare your home for fire damage restoration. Fire Damage Restoration In Hyrum Be […]

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Fire Damage Restoration: Creating An Escape Plan

House fires can be devastating and spread in a blink of an eye, which is why it is so important to have a fire escape plan for you and your family to be prepared to safely evacuate your home in the case of a fire. If you do not have a fire escape plan in […]

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In Need Of A Fire Damage Company in Smithfield?

In Utah, fireplaces are symbolic of the warmth and security of a family home. Old fashioned pot belly stoves are replaced with modern linear units. Top choices today are wood burning fireplaces, gas burning fireplaces, pellet stoves and even greener corn burning units. However, they also bring risk of fire and the need for a […]

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Is My Kitchen At Risk For Fire Damage in Hyrum?

The kitchen is often referred to as the ‘heart of the home.’ Where family time is usually centered around meals, this statement is very true for most of us and our kitchen has become a gathering place. Unfortunately, kitchens are also the most common location needing fire damage restoration in homes across the United States. […]

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On Alert For Commercial Fire Damage At Your Hyrum Business

In a year of pivoting and changing your business to react to the unprecedented risks, it feels like we are back on the road to normal. But before you relax too much, fire protection should be an ongoing concern of a business owner. One of your best defenses against commercial fires is to understand and […]

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