Dry Ice Blasting has become the preferred method to remove smoke soot, vaporized synthetic resins and char. UScleanblast uses C02 dry ice blasting can reduce or eliminate the musty burnt smell that results from fire, smoke and water damage.
Dry Ice Blasting is Faster than traditional fire restoration methods
Dry Ice Blasting is Cleaner – no residue (sand, soda, etc)
Dry Ice Blasting is Safer – no chemicals or residue
Dry Ice Blasting provides fast and efficient removal of smoke damage and fire damage. This type of cleaning is very precise in tight spaces without any damage to the cleaned surfaces. Most fires result in soot, smoke damage and charring to wood, brick, concrete and metal. The residual odor and residues traditionally are removed using sandblasting, sanding, scraping and wire brushing. With Dry Ice Blasting, this time consuming and tedious process is eliminated.
We provide the complete solution for any fire restoration project. As experts in the Mold Remediation industry, we have tremendous experience using multiple methods to re-mediate mold, smoke, toxic materials from fire ravaged buildings. Using Dry Ice cleaning we can increase the speed of the clean up but the process is both environmentally safe and safe the to be cleaned surfaces.
We use the state of the art systems and accessories to ensure that your property will be restored and be free of smoke, odors, and toxic residues from fire.
Traditional fire restoration methods take 3 to 5 times longer than Dry Ice Blasting which uses C02 which converts to high pressured gas which is blasted against the surface resulting in quicker recovery and a restore to normal operating.
The dry ice blasting eliminates odor that is left behind by fire damage. Typically, 24 hours after blasting, the odor is undetectable. This means that the use of encapsulation can be drastically reduced in fire restoration. Further, Dry Ice Blasting process has no secondary waste stream. So, when you are done cleaning, there is no need to go back and clean up the added mess other blasting medias, such as soda, water and sand, can leave behind.