Our locations:
  • New York
  • Upstate New York
  • New Jersey
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Fastest response times

We’ll survey within 2 hours and start restoring within the day!

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Cutting-edge pump cuts dry time from weeks to 3-4 days

Total insurance coverage

We’ll make sure your insurance company covers the entire job

  • IRI Certified
  • Done-for-you insurance

Fire damage is awful.

Paying for restoration? That’s even worse.

We won’t just restore your space to gleaming, lemon-fresh perfection. We’ll also take care of all that pesky insurance paperwork — so overhead is one less thing to worry about!

Let’s do this



Survey site

Once you give us a call, we’re on the case! We’ll carefully inspect the site alongside investigators to determine the extent of the damage.


Speedy board-up

As soon as we have fire department & insurance clearance, we’ll go in there and board up broken windows, walls, and roofs to maintain security.


Water removal

They hosed your space down — now it’s time to dry it. Using cutting-edge equipment, we’ll pump that water out, dehumidify, and prevent mold.


Soot removal

Smoke can seriously stink up a place! Our deodorization specialists will remove soot and smells from every wall and surface of your space.

After a fire, these are your first steps:

Stay safe!

Don’t enter your space again until its structural stability has been examined by a professional.

Make important calls

After you call the fire department, call a fire restoration specialist (us, of course!) and your insurance agent.

Don’t clean anything

Removing evidence of fire damage can affect your insurance coverage. Wait until your home has been fully inspected.

Turn off your A/C system

It spreads the air around your home — and you don’t want to spread the soot and smoke to every room!

Don’t use electricity

You may not be able to see electrical damage. Wait until TVs, computers, light fixtures and even hand mixers are examined by pros!

Avoid carpet/upholstery

Even if your home has been deemed safe to enter, smoke absorbs into couches and carpet — and can affect your health.


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  • Tarp and board-up
  • Water extraction
  • Deodorization
  • Smoke removal
  • Soot removal
  • Mold prevention
  • Structural drying and dehumidifying
  • Residential fire damage restoration
  • Commercial fire damage restoration

Any questions?

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What is fire damage restoration?

Fire damage restoration is the process of cleaning, repairing, and restoring properties that have been affected by fire and smoke.

This comprehensive restoration process aims to mitigate the damage caused by flames, smoke, soot, and water used in firefighting efforts.

Fire damage restoration typically involves removing debris, cleaning and deodorizing surfaces, repairing structural elements, salvaging and restoring belongings, and addressing any water damage resulting from extinguishing the fire.

Professional restoration companies use specialized equipment and techniques to ensure effective restoration and bring the property back to its pre-fire condition as much as possible.

What is the first thing to do after a fire?

First, ensure your safety and the safety of others. Follow these steps:

  1. Evacuate safely. Don’t re-enter the property until authorities confirm it is safe to do so.
  2. Contact emergency services. Call the fire department to report the fire.
  3. Don’t touch anything. Avoid entering or touching the fire-damaged area until professionals or authorities have assessed the situation and cleared the property for entry.
  4. Contact your insurance provider. Notify your insurance company about the fire to start the claims process.
  5. Hire a restoration company. They’ll assess the damage and begin securing the property.
  6. Document the damage: Take photos and videos for insurance purposes.

What is the fire damage restoration process?

Here’s what to expect from the process:

  1. Assessment
  2. Safety Measures
  3. Water Removal
  4. Smoke and Soot Removal
  5. Deodorization
  6. Cleaning and Sanitization
  7. Structural Repairs

Do I need to hire a professional for fire damage restoration?

Restoring a fire-damaged property can be dangerous for a layperson. It is highly recommended to hire a professional fire damage restoration company. They’ll have the essential expertise, equipment, safety considerations and speed to ensure your restoration is done safely and efficiently!

What does fire damage restoration cost?

The cost of fire damage restoration can vary significantly based on several factors, including the extent of the fire damage, the size of the affected area, the type of materials involved, and the complexity of the restoration process.

The good news is, Blanc Restoration will work with your insurance provider to get a full fire restoration reimbursement. We’’ll collaborate with them directly and file the paperwork — it’s all on us!

Can I live in my home while fire damage restoration is ongoing?

In some cases, you may be able to live in your home while fire damage restoration is ongoing, but it depends on the extent of the damage and the restoration process required.

Some things to consider:

  • Structural issues
  • Electrical hazards
  • Unhabitability due to high level of damage
  • Health-damaging smoke and odor
  • Noisy and disruptive repair

Blanc Restoration can come to your site, assess the damage, and advise. Reach out to us and get started ASAP!

What are safety practices I should know about after a fire?

Stay safe with these tips:

  • Don’t re-enter the property until authorities have confirmed it’s safe.
  • Wear protective gear if inspecting a fire-damaged area.
  • Avoid contact with soot, ash, or debris, as they may contain harmful chemicals.
  • Be cautious of potential structural damage that can make the area dangerous.
  • Don’t touch electrical appliances or outlets before getting professional clearance.
  • Open windows and use fans to improve ventilation and disperse lingering smoke odors.
  • Discard any food, beverages, or medications that were exposed to fire, heat, or smoke.
  • If you smell gas, leave the property immediately.
  • Get professional help from a company like Blanc Restoration to ensure the restoration process is managed safely and responsibly.

How long does the fire restoration process take?

The fire restoration process can be seriously disruptive, whether at home or work. At Blanc Restoration, we pride ourselves on speed, keeping restoration time — and stress! — down.

In some cases, minor fire damage restoration can be completed in a few days to a week, while more extensive restoration for larger properties may take several weeks or even months. It really depends on your unique situation. We’ll assess and give you a timeline so you know what to expect!

What should I know about commercial fire damage restoration?

When dealing with commercial fire damage restoration, here are some important things to know:

  • Safety first! Prioritize safety for employees, customers, and restoration workers. Ensure the property is structurally sound and free from hazards before allowing anyone to re-enter.
  • Act quickly. Act quickly to start the restoration process. The longer the delay, the more extensive the damage and the longer the downtime for your business.
  • Document the damage. Notify your insurance provider immediately after the fire. Document the damage with photographs and videos to support your insurance claim and ensure proper reimbursement.
  • Plan for your business. Develop a business continuity plan to minimize disruptions and keep your business running during the restoration process.

Does insurance cover fire damage restoration?

Yes, in most cases, insurance does cover fire damage restoration. Fire damage restoration is typically covered under standard commercial property insurance or homeowner's insurance policies. However, the extent of coverage may vary depending on the specific policy and the cause of the fire.

The good news is, Blanc Restoration will take care of insurance reimbursement from start to finish. That’s one more thing that’s off your shoulders — and onto ours!