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Most people don’t know about soot and smoke damage and its effect to homes and health. Not only are they unsightly, but they are also lingering hazards and can further damage your belongings in your home or place of business.

Soot is commonly found on vehicle tailpipes, diesel engines, oil refineries, coal plant smokestacks and fires. In homes, it can be found on grills, fireplaces and stoves for cooking and heating. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 70 million Americans are currently living in areas under risk of exposure to soot hazards. Most people tend to neglect the dangers of soot after a fire incident, but it should not be taken for granted. This article will be covering only soot damages after fire incidents.

What is Soot?

Why is Soot Dangerous?

Why is Soot Exposure Dangerous?

Respiratory Health-Related Problems

Cancer Risks

Property Damage

Electronics Damage

Smoke Odor Residuals

Contact Us for Smoke, Soot & Odor Removal in Oldsmar, Florida

ServiceMaster by Disaster Relief is of service to completely cover property damages through professional cleanup and restoration. We are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at (813) 295-7797. You may also connect with us online to schedule an appointment. We serve residential and commercial properties in Clearwater, Florida and the surrounding areas.

The sooner our professional team comes in, holds an appraisal and gets started on the restoration, the sooner your life could return to normal.

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