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Best Fire Damage Restoration Services in Santa Ana, CA

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Santa Ana Fire Damage Restoration Services on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.

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32242 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

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4.0 (43)
Google
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

A#1 Emergency Service offers restoration assistance to residential and commercial clients around Santa Ana that seek to recover their fire-damaged properties. Based in San Juan Capistrano, the business conducts restoration work for smoke and fire damages, including property inspection, odor removal, repairs, and cleanup activities. A#1 Emergency Service also facilitates air duct and carpet cleaning, water damage restoration, mold remediation, and construction services. The company works with insurance firms to help clients obtain coverage for damaged properties.

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424 West Rowland Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92707

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4.0 (24)
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5.0 (5)

Why choose this provider?

Established in 2003, Ward-Tek Construction, Inc., is a construction company that specializes in the restoration of commercial and residential properties in the Santa Ana and Belmont areas. Its team of restoration professionals can work on mitigating the losses of its clients after their home or business incurs fire damage. The team has the equipment, knowledge, and experience to handle the cleaning and restoration of its clients' properties. Additionally, the company offers water and wind damage restoration services.

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3624 W Pendleton Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92704

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4.5 (100)
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4.9 (17)
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5.0 (3)

Why choose this provider?

Sparkle Restoration Services offers its support and emergency services to Santa Ana and the neighboring communities. The company has fire damage restoration services for clients who wish to restore their property that was damaged by kitchen fires, electrical fires, or wildfires. The technicians from the company can assess the damages, protect the undamaged parts of the house, and then proceed to dry, clean, and restore the damaged areas. Sparkle Restoration Services is licensed by the California Contractors State License Board.

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1213 East Hunter Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705

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5.0 (10)
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4.5 (7)

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SERVPRO of Santa Ana South | SERVPRO of Santa Ana North is a damage restoration specialist that offers numerous services including fire damage restoration. Its team of technicians conducts fire damage inspections and assessments. The professionals also handle smoke and soot removal as well as standing water removal. Also part of the fire damage restoration process is immediate roof-tarp and board-up services. The damage restoration experts attend to emergencies 24 hours a day. The business accepts all insurance carriers.

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1960 E McFadden Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92705

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5.0 (15)
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5.0 (3)
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5.0 (3)

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Archive Contents Restoration offers its services to residential and commercial properties in Santa Ana. It specializes in restoring fire-damaged property and belongings. The company's team of experts facilitates cleanup procedures such as deodorization, refinishing, and restoration to eliminate traces of soot and smoke. In addition, Archive Contents Restoration documents each item in the home or workplace and determines which could still be salvaged or repaired using a digital inventory process. This process helps clients and their insurance adjusters expedite the valuation process.

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Compare our Top Fire Damage Restoration Services

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
A#1 Emergency Service
32242 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Ward-Tek Construction, Inc.
424 West Rowland Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92707
Sparkle Restoration Services
3624 W Pendleton Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92704
SERVPRO of Santa Ana South | SERVPRO of Santa Ana North
1213 East Hunter Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705
Archive Contents Restoration
1960 E McFadden Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92705

FAQs

  • Can a fire-damaged house be restored?

    Yes, in most cases, fire-damaged homes can be fully restored. Disaster recovery companies use specialized equipment and carefully coordinated procedures to produce impressive results. Usually, the damage can be reversed with intensive cleaning, deodorizing, and home renovations. However, if there is catastrophic structural damage, the building may need to be demolished and rebuilt.

  • How much does it cost to fix a fire-damaged house?

    The average cost of repairing structural damage depends on whether the fire was simple or complex. Homeowners typically pay between $3,500 and $5,000 to repair damage that's confined to a limited area. If major structural systems were damaged, restoration costs may exceed $50,000, and if the entire home was damaged by fire, the cost may exceed $100,000. Usually, insurance companies will pay for the damage, and homeowners are only responsible for the deductible.

  • How much does homeowners insurance cover for fire damage?

    Homeowners’ insurance covers most types of home fire damage. According to the Insurance Information Institute, the average insurance payment for fire or lightning damage exceeds $79,000. Policies typically cover the dwelling, detached structures, and personal property up to a percentage of the policy's value. Payments may vary substantially depending on whether the homeowner has an actual cash value policy that bases payments on the items' depreciated value or coverage that reimburses them for the full cost of a replacement.

  • How do I file a fire damage insurance claim?

    Insurance companies require policyholders to report damage as soon as possible. First, call your insurance company or notify the agent who issued the policy. Next, secure the property to prevent subsequent damage. Policyholders should be prepared to submit a copy of the fire report as well as documents that support all losses and expenses, including receipts for hotels or emergency accommodations.

  • Who is liable for fire damage to a rental property?

    Liability issues related to structural fires are most common in residential and commercial rental properties. If a negligent tenant starts a fire by lighting a candle or leaving an appliance plugged in, for example, the landlord has a right to recover damages. That's why most renter's insurance policies include property damage coverage as well as a liability component that can be used to resolve third-party claims.

  • How do I restore fire-damaged furniture?

    Furniture that has been damaged by smoke or fire but hasn't been significantly burned can be successfully restored in most cases. The first step is inspecting the item to determine the extent of the damage. Restoring damaged furniture typically requires a combination of heat, chemicals, and abrasives to remove soot and smoke that has coated the surface or become trapped in the pores of the wood. Leather or upholstered furniture that has sustained smoke damage can also be cleaned and deodorized. Fire damage specialists may use HEPA vacuums and ozone generators to complete the process.

  • How do I get rid of smoke damage after the fire?

    Smoke causes visible and invisible damage, including soot and odors. While homeowners can remove light smoke damage, fire damage restoration companies have advanced equipment that can make the job easier and deliver superior results. The first step is to increase ventilation in the area. Vacuums are helpful for removing loose particles before chemical solvents are applied. Dry-cleaning sponges, rubbing alcohol, paint thinner, vinegar, trisodium phosphate, and specially formulated soot removers are all helpful for releasing embedded particles. Since these products can release toxic fumes, it's important to have adequate protective gear when using them. Additional steps, such as steam cleaning and ozone treatments, may be needed to remove residual odors.