How to Restore Documents & Books After a Flood

If you experience a flood or water damage your home, then you probably want to save as many of your belongings as possible. If some of these belongings are books and important documents, then you will need to clean them and dry them off. This requires a careful process, so follow the tips below. Before You Begin Before you start collecting your books to save them, you should understand that the flood waters that enter your home may contain a number of potentially dangerous materials.

When Prose Was On The Pyre: First Aid For Fire-Damaged Books

Unfortunately, books are often the belongings that are compromised during a fire. If you have a fine collection of books, the flames, smoke, and water will leave them in a depressing state. However, in some cases, you can save your books if you act quickly. If your books are dry... Then you are in luck. it is easier to stop fire damage on books that have been wet. Your first instinct may be to get a cloth and begin cleaning the soot off the covers.

Fire Restoration - 2 Important Things To Do Before The Professionals Arrive

If you have had an accidental fire in your home, then you are likely devastated by the damage. You also probably want to get back into your home as quickly as possible. Fire damage restoration contractors can help you with the clean up and the rebuilding of your home. Restoration professionals cannot enter your house immediately after a fire though, due to safety concerns and other issues. There are many things that you need to do as a homeowner before the professionals can start the cleaning process.