San Diego Fire Restoration
Cold Jet dry ice blasting has become the preferred method to remove smoke soot, vaporized synthetic resins and char. Cold Jet dry ice blasting has even been known to reduce or eliminate the musty burnt smell that results from fire, smoke and water damage.
Cold Jet dry ice blasting provides fast and efficient removal of smoke damage, even in the tight angles of trusses, around nails, wiring and all plumbing without damage to the surface integrity.
A fire can cause soot, smoke damage and charring to wood, brick, concrete and metal. This type of damage is unsightly and holds odor. Traditionally, the removal method has been sanding, scraping and wire brushing. With Cold Jet, this long and tedious process can be eliminated.
Cold Jet, the technological leader in the dry ice blasting industry, provides the complete blasting solution for any fire restoration project. Cold Jet has carefully considered the needs of the Restoration Professional, and has developed a system that allows for easy entry into tight places, otherwise impossible to reach, and smoke damage removal in drastically less time than any traditional removal method. No other company can provide the variety of essential nozzles and accessories to ensure removal from the multitudes of angles a restoration professional typically encounters.
Using traditional methods, three to five technicians could complete a typical fire restoration project in five or six working days. However, with the Cold Jet dry ice blasting solution, two technicians can complete that very same job in two days. Therefore, residents have lower displacement costs and the contractor can take on more work with reduced labor costs.
The dry ice blasting process by Cold Jet can eliminate or significantly reduce the 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. Cold Jet dry ice blasting provides a clean that the other methods simply cannot match.
In addition, the Cold Jet 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.