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Ortega Property Owners Explore the Sierra Nevada

1/11/2021 (Permalink)

Sierra Nevada Enjoy beautiful views while you learn about some skiing hot spots for your next ski trip in California.

Virtual Backcountry Skiing Experts Guide Ortega Locals to the Sierra’s Best Spots

On January 21, 2021, Ortega backcountry skiing aficionados and enthusiasts can join experts in exploring California. This virtual event is free with the option to donate. It aims to educate new skiers about the best places to explore during your sporting endeavors in California.

This Slay at Home Speaker Series session features the following experts from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time:

  • Nate Greenburg, the Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center’s Director and author of such titles as Backcountry Skiing California’s Eastern Sierra
  • Will Sperry, a member of the Weston Guide Team

Audience members are highly encouraged to ask any questions about backcountry skiing, especially regarding engaging in this unique sport in California and the Sierra Nevada. The experts are excited to help the next generation of skiers learn and grow.

SERVPRO of Stockton serves Ortega homeowners with commercial-grade fire and smoke cleanup when they call (209) 477-3090.

SERVPRO Technicians are a Phone Call Away from Restoring Stockton Homes

12/30/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO logo When your home suffers a fire catastrophe, you need a team you can depend on. Call SERVPRO right away!

Stockton Homeowners in Need of Disaster Cleanup are Encouraged to Call (209) 477-3090

Stockton, California is a unique place that was party to a one-of-a-kind era in the 19th century. This San Joaquin County city was crucial during the California Gold Rush. Today, the city houses over 300,000 residents and has been voted an All-America City four times since 1999.

The land that would later comprise Stockton was originally occupied by the Yatchicumne tribe of the Northern Valley Yokuts when Europeans first explored there. Near the downtown Stockton Channel is a mound that was once part of one of their villages, called Pasasimas.

Other notable Native American sites in Stockton include the long and well-worn Siskiyou Trail in the San Joaquin Valley and fishing sites once used by the Miwok peoples.

Today, Stockton is home to many historic firsts and precedent-setting facilities, including:

  • Gurdwara Sahib Stockton, the first Sikh temple in the United States, was built in 1912
  • The University of the Pacific, established in 1851, is the first private university in the Central Valley, as well as the first in the state to allow women to attend
  • St. Joseph’s medical center, Stockton’s largest employer, is also the largest and most acclaimed in San Joaquin County

Stockton and the California Gold Rush

During the mid-1800s, Americans heard about gold in the Sacramento Valley after nuggets were found in 1848. by New Jersey carpenter James Wilson Marshall. Marshall found the precious metal while building on a sawmill for by Nueva Helvetia colony founder John Sutter. Mere days later, the Mexican-American War ended, and the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ensured that California was now American property.

Marshall reported his findings to Sutter, and both tried to keep it secret. Still, the word spread of Gold in the Sierra Nevada, which initially provoked disbelief. Curiosity was stoked by shopkeep Sam Brannan brazenly showing off the gold he found at the site.

Mere months after the first discovery by Marshall in January, three-fourths of the San Francisco men had left to find their fortune. Thousands of miners were hard at work excavating by the end of summer 1848.

The next year drew immigrants from all over the world, spurred by confirmation of the large amounts of gold present in California by President James Polk. The non-native population of The Golden State swelled to over five times the previous year’s amount, bringing with them booming businesses and shantytowns in the San Francisco Bay area.

By 1853, innovations in hydraulic mining technology made the work safer and more profitable. The monetary gains leveled off after peaking in 1852 at over $80 million. The accumulated value of the gold mined during the California Gold Rush is estimated at a staggering $2 billion, or over 750,000 pounds’ worth.

Stockton’s Haggin Museum

The Haggin Museum is a private nonprofit art museum built in 1931 in Stockton’s Victory Park. The San Joaquin Pioneer and Historical Society was essential to its founding, as were investors Robert McKee and his wife, Elia Haggin McKee.

The couple funded the group’s efforts so long as they promised to name the institution after Mrs. McKee’s father, Louis Terah Haggin. He was the son of California Gold Rush tycoon James Ben Ali Haggin. The other stipulation the McKees made with this in mind was that the gallery would house her family’s private art collection, much of which her grandfather accumulated.

With these conditions in mind, the Louis Terah Haggin Memorial Galleries and San Joaquin Pioneer Historical Museum, as it was initially called, opened on Flag Day 1931. When Elia Haggin McKee passed, she set aside $500,000 of her estate for the museum. Robert McKee also funded the first additions to the Haggin Museum, which included storage space, a vestibule, and a large showroom known as the McKee Gallery, which heavily featured art and decor from the couple’s collection.

More additions were planned and implemented in 1949 by architect Howard G. Bissel and funded by Robert McKee’s estate in tandem with donors Jennie Hunter and Irving Martin, Sr.

Today, the Haggin Museum is home to works by such 19th and 20th-century artists as:

  • William-Adolphe Bouguereau’s Nymphaeum
  • Daniel Ridgway Knight’s The Trysting Place
  • A still life painting by Paul Gauguin
  • Rosa Bonheur’s Two Young Deer in a Forest
  • Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s La Toilette

How Does SERVPRO Eliminate Stovetop Fire Residues?

SERVPRO technicians provide fire damage restoration for Stockton homes backed by Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) training and education. This team’s careful adherence to restoration industry guidelines ensure that residential properties are returned to a clean, safe, preloss condition after a disaster occurs.

Protein residues are one of the most persistent and challenging contributors to strong odors after a cooking fire. This near-invisible, greasy film is not easily removed with consumer-grade cleaning products. However, SERVPRO’s access to specialized solutions and EPA-registered biocides ensures that odor-causing particles are removed effectively.

SERVPRO techs use enzyme digesters to break down protein residues into water-soluble byproducts for easy cleanup. This bio-enzymatic cleaner is unique in that instead of bleach or another cleaning solution, bacteria typically make the enzymes used for restoration. The science behind enzyme digesters works as follows:

  • Specific enzymes are suited for equally specific types of soils. For example, lipases are ideal for breaking down fats and oils; amylases break down starches, and proteases remove proteins
  • Enzymes attach to soils in a reaction referred to as a “lock and key” mechanism
  • Enzyme digesters typically work in tandem with bacteria. In short, the enzyme breaks down the soil for the bacteria to eat. The bacteria then produce more enzymes

SERVPRO of Stockton offers 24/7 service to keep your home looking, “Like it never even happened.” Call (209) 477-3090 for rapid-response cleanup and restoration.

Run for Fun, Health, or Motivation with your Ortega Friends

12/9/2020 (Permalink)

grey pair of tennis shoes on grey background We are looking forward to participating in the Virtual Marathon.

Zany Virtual/Hybrid 2020 Holiday Half Marathon for Ortega Residents to Stay Active 

This year many activities involving several people have been shelved because of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, if you like to stay active, you can keep the holiday spirit alive by participating in a virtual Ortega marathon. The race offers participants freedom and safety since you can do one of the chosen courses at any Foot Traffic store or in your neighborhood. You can select your preferred distance, including a half marathon, marathon, 5K, and 10K. 

Some of the perks for participating include: 

  • Giant medals and accomplishment patches after finishing
  • Unique, soft long sleeve shirts and touch screen gloves
  • A live feed of the virtual race results and photos 

You can take part in the race on Sunday, December 13, 2020.

SERVPRO of Stockton helps perform fire and smoke cleanup in Ortega residences for the occupants' safety and good health. Call us at (209) 447-3090 in the aftermath of major or minor fire incidents at your property.

Honor Impactful People through the Annual Stockton Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony

12/1/2020 (Permalink)

Close-up of holiday lights; blurred for effect Don't let water damage interrupt your holidays. SERVPRO is always available to restore your home.

Follow the Tree Lighting Virtually from the Comfort of your Stockton Home 

The tree lighting ceremonies held in Stockton and other cities across San Joaquin County help people recognize those who have impacted their lives through honorary or memorial light dedication. This year because of the social distancing and potentially unsafe conditions, the tree lighting events are held virtual so you can follow the proceeding from the safety of your home. The tree lighting is a noble exercise since the donations collected through the dedication lights support the programs for terminally ill patients run by the Hospice San Joaquin.  

Other details about the event include:

  • Memory boards are available with a list of the names of people honored by the lights.
  • You can follow the virtual event and updates on the event's actual date through the hospice website or their official Facebook page.
  • Tribute updates are made between 10th and 20th December and remain through the end of the year. 

SERVPRO of Stockton helps maintain comfort levels by fast-tracking water extraction from Stockton properties in case of a water spill or other incident. Call us at (209) 477-3090. 

A Fully Equipped Fire Restoration Service in Stockton

11/25/2020 (Permalink)

view of city street in Stockton Whether wildfires or residential, fire damage is always a threat to our area. Look no further than SERVPRO for total restoration.

SERVPRO Offers Stockton Homeowners Easier Access to Advanced Fire Restoration Resources 

The city of Stockton is conveniently located at the delta region's waterways confluence and the San Joaquin River. The City's establishment is associated with the California Gold Rush in the mid-1800s. It was named after Robert F. Stockton, a US navy commodore who played a vital role in the Mexican-American war, making it the first community in California to have a non-Spanish or Native American name. Like other California locations, the threat of wildfires is a significant concern for property owners in Stockton since they cause widespread damages or even raze properties to the ground.

Various incidents over the years have caused significant damages to properties displacing people and piling up repair costs. For instance, in June 2008, a fire fueled by high winds whipped up wildfires in various locations of Northern California, including Stockton. In the city, the fire hopscotched through dense neighborhoods destroying a wide range of properties, including: 

  • 9 single-family homes
  • 20 condominiums
  • A triplex 

Fire officials at the time described it as the most devastating incident in the city's history.

Area fires mostly develop because of the climatic conditions since the region receives most of its moisture over limited periods in winter and fall. The vegetation then dries up slowly over summer because of the warmer temperatures and lack of rainfall. Dry vegetation readily fuels fires when ignited. 

The All-American City 

When such challenges arise, inclusive civic engagement by community members is one of the ways that help boost the recovery process. You do not have to search for evidence of such collaboration since Stockton has won the All-American City Award several times, including the years 1999, 2004, 2015, 2017, and 2018. So far, it is the only city in California to win the award more than two times. The back to back winnings in 2017 and 2018 helped cement its position. The National Civic League gives the award to cities, regions, counties, towns, neighborhoods, and tribes with strong connections among residents and better civic engagement in solving critical issues. 

The award was inaugurated in 1949. Over the years, it has been given to over 500 communities throughout the United States who satisfied the National Civic League's criteria. Stockton bagged the 2018 award after showing that efforts to build a culture of engagement resulted in community programs and systems that healed years of trauma for communities and individuals, especially by empowering historically marginalized students. 

History from a Visual Point of View 

Stockton is the 62nd largest city in the United States and the 13th largest in California. It has played various roles in history, especially in transportation, since it serves as a gateway to the Central Valley and other regions. During the California Gold Rush, it was a river port and the hub of roads to gold settlements situated in the San Joaquin valley. Therefore, it was the main supply point for miners. The 20th century provided another opportunity for the City to play another historical role in transportation when Benjamin Holt and his three brothers, who founded the Stockton Wheel Co, developed the first functional track-laying vehicle. The development was spurred by creating a machine that could conveniently plow the soggy farmlands in the San Joaquin Delta. Today Caterpillar is a global brand renowned for the development of heavy machinery. The name caterpillar was chosen by chance when photographer Charles Clements noted that the first workable track-laying tractor "crawled like a caterpillar," and Holt chose the name. 

Over the years, Stockton has earned many nicknames, including "Fat City," "Webberville," "California's Sunrise Seaport," and "Mudville." A unique way to follow the City's historical journey and surrounding areas is through the artworks made by various artists, especially during the 19th century. A visit to the Haggin Museum on North Pershing Avenue is a perfect opportunity to explore works by some renowned painters from the era. Look for painters such as Rosa Bonheur, Albert Bierstadt, and J.C. Leyendecker, among many other American and European artists who explored various issues through art. Some of the notable displays include: 

  • Paintings of people doing multiple activities at a gold mine
  • Photos of the Fung Lee herb store, which prepared and prescribed different Chinese remedies to the Chinese community in Stockton
  • The original Caterpillar tractor is displayed at the museum
  • The Old Betsy fire engine which is a reminder of the legacy of service and distinction from firefighters, including the earliest volunteer brigades 

Apart from the Haggin, other facilities such as the San Joaquin County Historical Society & Museum, Manteca Historical Society & Museum, Stockton Field Aviation Museum, and Great Valley Museum of Natural History also provide information about the origins and development of the city. 

How Does SERVPRO Assist When Fire Damages Stockton Properties? 

The effects fire has on various materials can be classified as instant or delayed. With access to the correct fire restoration resources provided by SERVPRO, Stockton property owners can stop the delayed effects or reverse some of the issues that develop instantly. Problems such as the soiling of surfaces and materials from soot or other deposits happen immediately. However, staining from such deposits can take some time. 

Various cleaning resources are necessary to fast track the removal process or break down soils. In some cases, unique resources are essential to help protect underlying materials from further damages. SERVPRO combines resources such as sophisticated equipment, specialized methods, and specially formulated products, including: 

  • The use of mildly abrasive cleaning equipment such as soda blasters to remove stubborn residues from unfinished wood surfaces
  • The use of specialized cleaning techniques such as Peroxide Active Cleaning to restore delicate materials such as acoustic ceiling tiles
  • The use of rapidly bio-degradable, phosphate-free cleaning products with zero VOC's 

SERVPRO of Stockton emphasizes the importance of preventative damage control methods during fire restoration in Stockton properties to improve the outcome. Call us at (209) 477-3090 whenever there is an incident at your property.

Stockton Children, Rejoice!

11/17/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO vehicles in front of commercial building Look for our Green Fleet around town while you enjoy the Children's Museum!

The Children’s Museum of Stockton is Reopening its Doors 

Stockton families may be at a loss for activities with their younger members. Even though the summer invited outdoor activities and exploration, an indoor option may be in order as days get shorter and temperatures become cooler. After remaining closed for much of 2020, the Children’s Museum of Stockton will reopen on November 27th. With its focus on fun and education for children in our community, some new safety guidelines will be implemented. So, what can you do in preparation? 

  • Consult the Museum’s website for the most updated information and to make reservations
  • Familiarize yourself with some of the exhibits currently in place in the Museum’s space
  • Support the Children's Museum with a donation or by joining its Annual Holiday Tree Sale 

The Children’s Museum of Stockton took advantage of when its doors were closed to make some essential repairs. Homeowners can follow suit by making water damage repairs in their homes during this socially-distanced time. SERVPRO of Stockton can help you address your situation even if the water incident happened a while ago. Call us at (209) 477-3090 and let us work with you until your home looks “Like it never even happened.”

What Can Job Scoping Tell About Required Water Mitigation Services?

10/27/2020 (Permalink)

Stockton service truck at charity SERVPRO of Stockton takes pride in helping our neighbors with life and with water damage restoration when needed.

When your Stockton home falls victim to water disasters, it is essential to have competent professionals clean up the mess quickly.

When water damage incidents occur, many areas of your Stockton home can become threatened. From pipe bursts to degrading plumbing and appliances, thousands of residents have trusted in the fast response of our SERVPRO professionals to help. Because we have pre-stocked READY trailers and production vehicles, we can often field your initial notice of loss on our staffed emergency line and have technicians at your residence within hours.

Because there are no shortages in a choice of potential water remediation company for Stockton homes, you have to base your decision on aspects like a fast response and knowledgeable roster. With experienced technicians on our team, we can begin with emergency services as soon as we first arrive. These efforts prevent substantial losses for the house by employing several initial tactics. With an in-house General Contractor License #: 937457, as well as trained technicians, we can offer a wide range of emergency services, including:

  • Extraction
  • Debris Cleanup
  • Controlled Demolition
  • Repairs
  • Temporary Construction Solutions
  • Content Management and Inventory

What is Job Scoping? 

Before much of the mitigation begins on your water-damaged property, we must evaluate your home. This assessment determines the damages, the compromised areas of the house, and collects data for an efficient restoration plan. Some specific areas of evaluation include:

  • Extraction - Standing water is one of the worst conditions that our technicians have to address when we first reach the site. Job scoping can identify where this effort is necessary and what tool suits the situation best. 
  • Content Cleaning - Your personal belongings can be equally destroyed by water damages without our SERVPRO team's direct intervention. Scoping can showcase these conditions. We have on-site cleaning approaches as well as off-site strategies for more substantial damage. 
  • Damaged Structural ElementsIdentifying what materials have become overly compromised by water exposure can encourage a faster execution of controlled demolition to prevent greater structural losses. 
  • Pre-Existing Conditions - While looking for present damage is a focal point of job scoping, it is equally essential to determine pre-existing conditions. Focusing the work to get done on the specific harms of the water disaster saves time and money for the customer. 

How Hazardous is Standing Water?

Standing water is one of the chief concerns with considerable water damage incidents within a residence. The pooling of any kind leaves multiple surfaces and contents exposed. Depending on principles like porosity and the volume of water, saturation can begin nearly immediately. The sooner structural elements host moisture, the ability to successfully dry them becomes a more significant challenge for experienced restoration technicians.

  • Surface - Water sitting on the surface is the easiest to maintain when disasters occur. Before this pooling has the opportunity to get absorbed into the exposed materials nearby, our SERVPRO professionals can deploy extraction and water removal tools to limit saturation concerns. 
  • Free - Once the water has penetrated the finished surfaces of flooring materials or the paper backing of drywall, this moisture sits in the affected building component. Free water can get removed using advanced drying tools like drying mats or centrifugal air movers. 
  • Bound - In the final stage of absorption, trapped water chemically bonds with the molecules making up flooring or wall system materials. Once this occurs, there is no reversing the process. The only suitable solution at this point is the controlled demolition and replacement of these impacted materials. 

How Can The Insurance Company Stay Involved?

While there are situations where you might choose to absorb the costs of professional restoration rather than filing a damage claim with your insurance provider, we can help you to determine the best option. The more information that you have regarding the damages present and the layers of complexity in cleaning and drying the effects, the more you can determine whether your insurance company should get involved or not. If you file a claim, we can keep the adjuster assigned to your case informed through every phase to keep the project on the appropriate timeline and within budget caps.

A full damage assessment and evaluation of the property can provide the necessary information and data to form a restoration plan. Despite how widespread water damages can become, our SERVPRO of Stockton team can reduce overall losses with immediate mitigation steps. From extraction and potential controlled demolition to thorough drying, we can guide your property through nearly every phase of the restoration process. Give our professionals a call anytime at (209) 477-3090.

What Can Stockton Hotel Owners Do After a Water Intrusion Incident in their Property?

10/24/2020 (Permalink)

water damaged property Water damage can crumble your hospitality business if not restored on time.

Hotel Owners Can Trust SERVPRO to Perform Commercial Water Damage Restoration in their Stockton Hotel

When water seeps on various surfaces of your Stockton hotel, it can lead to mold issues and odors. Also, it can cause other problems like biohazards or fire when it seeps into electrical sources. Contacting SERVPRO technicians is the best decision to minimize the cost of repairing the damage and get your hotel back to its pre-damaged state.

When should hotel owners call the restorers?
Contact our certified technicians immediately you notice water intrusion in your hotel. Our response team is ready to offer commercial water damage restoration in affected Stockton hotels around the clock. We respond fast since we are aware of the damage that water leaves behind in a short period. When we get to your hotel, our team can assess the damage and meet with appropriate hotel officers. We can discuss the restoration plan with you and agree on what we need to do first.

If the water intrusion incident is extensive, we can send a larger crew with adequate specialized equipment. Our team understands the urgency of dealing with water damage before it causes a significant business interruption. Our team can restore the damaged areas in a way that does not affect your hotel's daily operations.

What are some of the critical water damage safety tips?
    •    Water can contain contaminants. If your employees have to contact the water, ensure they have the right protective equipment.
    •    Move or protect all valuable contents like artwork, documents, files, furniture, clothing, and electronic equipment from the affected areas to prevent additional damage.
    •    Isolate or contain the affected areas to protect staff. You can create a plastic barrier around the contaminated area's perimeter and use caution tape to cord it off.

Does the drying process take long?
SERVPRO technicians have advanced drying equipment that hastens the drying process. We can use light wands to extract excess water from the glue-down carpet. We often use the equipment to remove residual water on the carpet's surface after our technicians use a stationary tool. Since the moisture left behind can still pose damage, we can use different equipment to dry it. It includes:
    •    Centrifugal air movers
    •    Desiccant dehumidifiers
    •    Structural cavity drying equipment

Our crew can also use an indirect fired furnace, which uses a heat exchanger to heat the area. It takes dry outdoor air, heats it, and introduces it into the affected area. The heated air in the structure takes the evaporated water from wet materials raising the humidity ratio.

Water damage can crumble your hospitality business if not restored on time. Contact SERVPRO of Stockton at (209) 477-3090 for effective restoration. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster.

What Can Hotel Owners Do After a Water Intrusion Incident in their Stockton Property?

10/15/2020 (Permalink)

water damaged property Water damage can crumble your hospitality business if not restored on time.

Hotel Owners Can Trust SERVPRO to Perform Commercial Water Damage Restoration in their Stockton Hotel

When water seeps on various surfaces of your Stockton hotel, it can lead to mold issues and odors. Also, it can cause other problems like biohazards or fire when it seeps into electrical sources. Contacting SERVPRO technicians is the best decision to minimize the cost of repairing the damage and get your hotel back to its pre-damaged state.

When should hotel owners call the restorers?
Contact our certified technicians immediately you notice water intrusion in your hotel. Our response team is ready to offer commercial water damage restoration in affected Stockton hotels around the clock. We respond fast since we are aware of the damage that water leaves behind in a short period. When we get to your hotel, our team can assess the damage and meet with appropriate hotel officers. We can discuss the restoration plan with you and agree on what we need to do first.

If the water intrusion incident is extensive, we can send a larger crew with adequate specialized equipment. Our team understands the urgency of dealing with water damage before it causes a significant business interruption. Our team can restore the damaged areas in a way that does not affect your hotel's daily operations.

What are some of the critical water damage safety tips?
    •    Water can contain contaminants. If your employees have to contact the water, ensure they have the right protective equipment.
    •    Move or protect all valuable contents like artwork, documents, files, furniture, clothing, and electronic equipment from the affected areas to prevent additional damage.
    •    Isolate or contain the affected areas to protect staff. You can create a plastic barrier around the contaminated area's perimeter and use caution tape to cord it off.

Does the drying process take long?
SERVPRO technicians have advanced drying equipment that hastens the drying process. We can use light wands to extract excess water from the glue-down carpet. We often use the equipment to remove residual water on the carpet's surface after our technicians use a stationary tool. Since the moisture left behind can still pose damage, we can use different equipment to dry it. It includes:

    •    Centrifugal air movers
    •    Desiccant dehumidifiers
    •    Structural cavity drying equipment

Our crew can also use an indirect fired furnace, which uses a heat exchanger to heat the area. It takes dry outdoor air, heats it, and introduces it into the affected area. The heated air in the structure takes the evaporated water from wet materials raising the humidity ratio.

Water damage can crumble your hospitality business if not restored on time. Contact SERVPRO of Stockton at (209) 477-3090 for effective restoration. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster.

How is Smoke Odor Handled After a Fire in Stockton?

10/12/2020 (Permalink)

a room covered with soot and remains of burned items Fire damage to your home should be remediated immediately. Contact SERVPRO 24/7 for mitigation services.

Fire Damage Restoration with SERVPRO Includes Addressing Any Lingering Smoke Within Your Stockton Property

The odors that smoke leaves within your home can bring on headaches and nausea. However, you also have to worry about the corrosive nature of smoke and soot residue throughout your Stockton home after a fire. While it may be your instinct to open up the windows, use scented aerosols, or light scented candles, there is a lot more to smoke and odor removal. Calling in trained technicians from SERVPRO ensures that smoke and soot get addressed with our full fire restoration process.

Why is Smoke Damage Such an Issue?

When you call on us for fire damage restoration in Stockton, smoke and soot are front and center in our planning. Smoke infiltrates all spaces within your home, which leaves lingering odors from microscopic particles that settle on surfaces and cling to various elements, such as:

  • Clothing
  • Flooring
  • Furniture
  • Photo frames
  • Appliances
  • Draperies
  • HVAC systems, and much more

Thoroughly removing smoke smells can be difficult and time consuming without the right tools and deodorizing agents. Even if you feel as though you cleaned your interior from top to bottom, the small cracks and crevices where smoke particles travel make this challenging.

Skilled fire restoration technicians from SERVPRO bring along a range of industrial-grade equipment, including tools that feature HEPA filtration to filter out particles from the air. In extreme smoke odor situations, we may employ the use of our ozone generators. This powerful equipment works to address airborne smoke molecules, which is exceptionally helpful should you have a fire in your home that produces protein smoke that is generally difficult to neutralize.

By calling (209) 477-3090 to talk with our team at SERVPRO of Stockton, you can have our Green Fleet at your door within hours to start fire damage restoration efforts.

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