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Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration Experts

Are you looking for the best smoke and fire damage restoration service in the Denver metro area? Trust Pure Restore for all your restoration and clean up needs. We are available 24/7 to help!

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Our main goal is to restore your home or business to pre-fire condition. We are a leader in fire and smoke damage restoration in Colorado and specialize in removing smoke odors from walls, carpets, and upholstery.

Cleaning up after a fire involves removing soot residues from the building and contents. Each fire damage situation is unique, so we have a proven process that we use.

We Can Help in the Aftermath of Fire Damage

A fire in your home or business can cause trauma and stress. Knowing what to do can make it seem overwhelming. For immediate assistance, call your local disaster relief agency or your insurance company, especially if you have been evacuated. You should locate all necessary documents, such as a driver’s licence, but you shouldn’t go inside the structure until the fire department has declared it safe.

Your next call should be to Pure Restore.

Our certified professionals will assess the impact of fire damage. This includes smoke, heat, and residues resulting from fire and smoke.

You know the impact that emergency disruptions can have on your business. Our local Pure Restore specialists are supported by large loss teams. These experts are familiar with your specific needs and can quickly respond to your call. Our goal is help you get your business back on track as quickly as possible following a fire emergency.

There are many factors that influence the timeline for fire restoration. These include smoke damage, fire severity, and smoke damage. The restoration time will depend on the size and contents of the building. Pure Restore technicians will do a complete scope of work and provide an estimate timeline so that you are aware of what to expect.

Do you have a fire or smoke restoration or cleanup issue? Pure Restore can inspect, assess and restore your Denver area home or commercial property. Call Pure Restore at 303-955-7072 to schedule service with our team of professional restoration experts!

Why Pure Restore is the Best Choice After a Fire

Fires can cause more damage than just the destruction of the flames. Families often lose their most valuable possessions and the roof over their head, which leaves them in search of shelter. Businesses can become financially unable to trade while they work through the restoration process. Immediate fire damage restoration is key to limiting financial and emotional turmoil caused by a fire.

We understand the emotional trauma that smoke and fire damage can cause to occupants. We respond quickly and with compassion to restore fire damage.

Pure Restore technicians have high-quality training and certifications. They use state-of the-art equipment to efficiently address property damage cause by fire and smoke.

Pure Restore responds immediately to your call, and is available 24/7. It is crucial to be prompt in responding to a call after a fire has been extinguished. To maximize the effectiveness of fire damage repairs, they must be done quickly.

Fire Damage Restoration Process

Fire damage restoration includes mitigation, smoke damage cleanup, and water restoration as soon as possible after the initial damage occurs. The contents of the structure should be assessed for possible recovery, beyond the obvious structural damage.

Pure Restore can provide fire restoration services, including emergency board-up, demolition, soot removal and deodorization to reduce smoke odors.

Fire damage restoration is different depending on what type of property you have, the severity of the fire damage and how long it has been since the fire.

Removing smoke odor

The treatment smoke odor often involves professional deodorization and complete cleaning. We treat your property with respect during smoke damage cleanup. We take extra care to protect your contents and structure.

Many of the fire and smoke damage effects can be reversed with our fire damage restoration services. Pure Restore can make difficult times less stressful by making fire damage restoration easier. Get in touch with us today!

Why Choose Pure Restore for Fire and Smoke Damage?

Fire and smoke damage restoration is a skill that requires knowledge and experience. Pure Restore specialists are highly skilled and have the knowledge and equipment to complete the job correctly.

Pure Restore’s fire restoration services can be provided 24 hours a day, 365 Days a Year. We also have Wildfire Response Teams available to assist you in recovering. So that the smoke clears and it’s safe to do so we can be on-site to start the recovery process, we have strong relationships with insurance companies and emergency management personnel.

Get in touch with our fire and smoke restoration and cleanup experts right away! We are available 24 hours a day to help with all your damage restoration needs. Call Pure Restore at 303-955-7072 to schedule restoration or cleanup service!

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Specialty Disaster Restoration and Cleanup Services

Pure Restore is licensed and insured for restoration and cleanup jobs of any scale. We are a Colorado-based company that is independently owned. We are passionate about making people’s lives easier and ensuring any home, commercial property, business or facility is taken care of.

We provide a variety of specialized restoration and cleanup service throughout the Denver metro area. If you’ve experienced a disaster in your home or business, you need an experienced restoration specialist to return your property to its previous condition quickly and safely.

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  • Trauma and Bio-Hazard Cleanup

  • Covid-19 Virus Decontamination

  • Sanitization & Cleanup Services

  • Board Up Services

  • Deodorization and Odor Control

  • Asbestos Abatement

  • Air Quality Testing


Frequently asked questions about fire and smoke damage restoration services.

How long after a fire can you rebuild?

This can depend on a number of factors. Minor damage can be repaired in just a few days. If your home is a total loss, then the process will take much longer. In this case, it is best to consult with an experienced contractor who can guide you through the process and give you an estimate of how long it will take to rebuild.

How do you remediate fire damage?

Deodorization and air filtration equipment removes the smoke odor from clothing, upholstery, carpets, and walls. This process can take several weeks and is done by circulating fresh air in the room and using a HEPA filter to remove particles from the air. Any damaged materials are also removed and replaced. This can include drywall, insulation, flooring, and cabinets.

What goes into fire restoration?

At its core, fire restoration is about returning your home or business to its pre-loss condition. The restoration process can be as simple as cleaning and deodorizing, or it may require a full property restoration. This process can be complex and time-consuming, but with the help of a professional fire restoration company, it can be done efficiently and effectively.

How much does it cost to clean up after a fire?

The cost of fire restoration can vary depending on the extent of the damage and the size of the property. A small fire in a single room may cost a few thousand dollars to clean and repair, while a large fire that damages multiple rooms or an entire building can cost tens of thousands of dollars or more.

What happens during the fire damage restoration process?

The first step in fire damage restoration is to assess the extent of the damage and create a plan for repairs. This may involve tearing out damaged drywall, insulation, and flooring, as well as cleaning or replacing electrical wiring. Once the property is cleared of debris, professional cleaners will deep clean every surface to remove soot and smoke damage. Finally, repairs will be made to restore the property to its pre-fire condition. A contents company can help with deep cleaning hard contents, soft contents, and electronics.

How is smoke damage treated?

Smoke damage is treated by professional cleaners using a variety of methods, depending on the type of smoke damage. For example, harmful particulates resulting from smoke (containing metals and other toxic elements) can be removed with HEPA vacuuming and air filtration, while oily soot will require chemical cleaning.

How long does it take to repair a burned building?

The time it takes to repair a burned building depends on the extent of the damage. If the damage is minor, repairs could be completed in a matter of days. If the damage is significant, then repairs could take weeks or even months to fully remove damaged structural components, contaminants and odors.

What do you do after a small fire?

After a small fire, you should assess the damage and call a professional cleaner if necessary. The EPA provides resources on protecting yourself from smoke exposure and its residual effects, and you can click here to learn more:

What should I throw out after smoking damage?

If there is significant smoke damage, you may need to throw out porous materials such as carpets, clothing, and upholstered furniture. A contents company can assess salvageable vs non-salvageable items. You should discard any food that has been exposed to smoke. If the damage is extensive, you may need to replace drywall, insulation, and paint, as well as damaged electronics.

How do you prove smoke damage?

If you need to file an insurance claim, you will need to provide evidence of the smoke damage. This can include photos or videos of the damage, as well as receipts for any replacement items. You should also keep any damaged items so that they can be inspected by the insurance company. Samples of smoke can be documented with surface testing and industrial hygienists can be very helpful because of their ability to accurately detect any harmful elements.

How do you clean smoke-damaged walls?

The process of cleaning smoke damage on walls involves multiple steps for assessment and cleaning. First, its always recommended to have a structural engineer determine the safety of a structure after a fire, especially larger fires which involve more than one room. Once a professional has deemed the home safe for reentry, you can refer to the EPA’s guidelines on A restoration company will develop estimates for the scope of damage on walls and the structure. Repairs include demolition of compromised walls followed by complete replacement. Walls that can be salvaged will be cleaned with chemicals. Depending on the situation, it is critical to isolate affected areas so that unaffected areas are not contaminated by ash, soot, and smoke.

How long after a small fire can you move back in?

It’s typically fine to return to a home after a minor fire in only a few days. However, you may need to consult with a professional to check for any structural damage or safety hazards before doing so. You should also clean the affected area thoroughly to remove any remaining smoke or soot.

What does fire remediation mean?

Fire remediation is the process of cleaning up and repairing a home or business after a fire. This may involve removing damaged materials, cleaning soot and smoke from surfaces, and making any necessary repairs to the building.

How do you clean up after fire damage?

If your walls, furniture, or floors have been affected by soot or smoke, you can clean them by using a mild soap or detergent. To every gallon of warm water, add 4 to 6 tbsp. of trisodium phosphate and 1 cup of household detergent or chlorine bleach. Be sure to wear rubber gloves while cleaning.

What are the types of fire damage?

The three main types of fire damage are soot and smoke damage, water damage, and structural damage. Soot and smoke damage can be cleaned using a specialized soap or detergent solution. Water damage must be dried as quickly as possible to prevent mold from growing. The fire department will often saturate homes in water to clear flames, and the leftover moisture needs to be managed accordingly. Do not enter contaminated areas without personal protective equipment. Structural damage should be repaired by a qualified contractor.

Respiratory aggravation.

Breathing in smoke can cause a variety of respiratory problems. The smoke may irritate the lungs, causing wheezing, coughing, and chest discomfort. In addition, smoke inhalation can damage the delicate tissues of the lungs, increasing the risk of lung cancer. While many people recover from these illnesses without long-term effects, some people develop chronic respiratory problems that can significantly reduce their quality of life.

How do you recover from fire damage?

Recovering from a fire can be a difficult and costly process. However, there are some steps you can take to help minimize the damage and make the process of rebuilding easier. First, it is important to protect yourself and your family. This includes staying aware of air quality and wearing protective clothing. Second, call your insurance company as soon as possible. They will be able to help you determine what steps to take next. Third, make a list of all the items that were damaged or lost in the fire. This will help you keep track of what needs to be replaced. Finally, start the cleanup process as soon as possible. The sooner you begin, the more likely you are to be able to salvage some of your possessions. Do not enter affected areas without protection.

What should you check after a fire?

One of the first things you should do after a fire is to check for structural damage once it has been deemed safe to do so by a structural engineer. This is especially important if the fire was large or burned for an extended period. Loose power lines, foundation cracks, damaged walls, lost support beams, and other damage should all be inspected. If you see any of these red flags, it’s important to not go inside your home until a professional has assessed the situation and determined it’s safe. In the meantime, you can contact your insurance company to start the claims process and begin making arrangements for temporary housing.

How do you remodel a house after a fire?

Keep in mind you should be wearing personal protective equipment whenever entering a structure that was affected by fire and/or smoke damage. When fire damage occurs, it’s important to prevent other damage from happening. One of the first things you need to do is clean up any blackened objects. This soot can cause further damage if not removed promptly. You should also wet any textiles that are affected and dry them as soon as possible with dehumidifiers and fans. If you have clothing or cushions that are easy to move, such as bags or pillows, place them outside in the sun to dry. Finally, keep windows open to ventilate your property until the repair business can come in and assess the situation. A contents company can help determine which material is salvageable. We highly recommend hiring a professional and referring to the EPA’s guidelines on fire and smoke here:

Can you fix the fire damage?

Depending on the damage, you may need to engage a structural engineer to assess the condition of your flooring, walls, and roof. These experts evaluate the building’s foundation, structure, and envelope for safety and recommend repair or replacement if necessary. The engineer will look for cracks in the foundation or signs of movement in the walls or roof. In some cases, repairs can be made to stabilize the structure and prevent further damage. In other situations, it may be necessary to demolish parts of the existing structure and start from scratch.

Why is smoke damage serious?

The smoke resulting from residential fires contains burned up material, such as metals, synthetics, fabrics, and other elements that are toxic for us. Dust masks are not enough, at the very least you need to use particulate masks such as N-95 or P-100 respirators. They must fit well and be used correctly. Full body protection is always recommended regardless of the fire or smoke’s severity. Those with immunodeficiencies and respiratory challenges should avoid exposure with the toxic elements left behind from fire or smoke.


Here’s How It Works


Step 1: Inspection

We'll evaluate your property in person to assess all damage.

Our certified technicians use state of the art equipment and tools to find all affected areas in your property. Educating and guiding our customers through the process is our passion.


Step 2: Start Work

Sign a work authorization form so work can start right away.

After developing a scope our team gets to work. We are NOT a demolition company. Our goal is to get you back to pre-loss condition in the shortest amount of time with the least amount of demo possible. We use specialized equipment and techniques to accomplish this.


Step 3: Certificate of Satisfaction

We are not done until you sign off on the job.

After completing the work, we walk the entire project with the property owner to ensure the quality of work and scope was completed to satisfaction. We stand by our work and our customers throughout the entire project. We are available to answer any question 24/7/365.

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We are Colorado’s Top-Rated Disaster Restoration Company

Pure Restore is the industry leader in disaster restoration. We offer quality service and peace of mind to both home and business owners alike during emergency situations of all kinds.

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We’ve been fortunate to serve some pretty amazing clients. It’s a privilege to be among Colorado’s most trusted restoration companies.

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Proudly Serving Denver and the Surrounding Communities

  • Arvada

  • Aurora

  • Boulder

  • Castle Rock

  • Centennial

  • Denver

  • Englewood

  • Golden

  • Highlands Ranch

  • Lakewood

  • Littleton

  • Longmont

  • Parker

  • Thornton

  • Westminster

We also serve towns like Evergreen, Estes Park, Black Hawk, Idaho Springs, Conifer, Pine, Fort Collins and more. This includes all major areas like Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, and Weld counties.

Don’t see your area listed? Feel free to give us a call  at 303-955-7072 to see if we service your area.


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Contact Pure Restore Today

We offer 24/7 Emergency Service to all of our customers. At Pure Restore, we love restoring our customers’ properties to look and feel new again. We provide both commercial and residential restoration for any number of property damage issues. Our team is experienced at addressing fire damage, water damage, mold damage, asbestos removal, renovations, crime scene clean up, and more.