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Wildfire Recovery

9/30/2021 (Permalink)

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It is not uncommon for people to undergo several stages of adjustment including shock, anger, depression, and hopelessness after losing a home or structure to a fire. Fires can lead to notable emotional distress including possible physical injuries. A place once considered home being taken away can ultimately take away feelings of safety, create a sense of unease and cause severe interference to daily life.

Here is some advice from SERVPRO of South Shasta County to ensure your health and safety after recovering from a fire:

Do Not Enter your Damaged Property

Entering a structure affected by fire damage without the proper safety equipment is dangerous and you should only enter if accompanied by a professional. Restoration professionals can point out potential hazards and properly mitigate them.

Allow your Community to Help

While you are adjusting to life after a fire don’t be afraid to take advantage of community support. It will take time to regain what you have lost, but there are professionals who can help you find security and get you on the right path.

SERVPRO of South Shasta County Can Help!

We want you to know that we are here to help you. SERVPRO of South Shasta County professionals have worked with hundreds of families in Shasta County as a fire damage restoration company. We can help you by taking care of the entire fire damage repair process.  

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