Log Home Fire Restoration

Fidalgo Restoration Log Home Repair LLC has completed several complex log home fire restoration projects. 

The process includes repairing/replacing logs that are charred beyond 1/2″ of depth, then media blasting the smoke damage and light charring from the interior or exterior logs.  After the charring has been removed, the logs are sanded, washed, and then heat is applied to expand the logs and open the small fissures and checks.  Once heated, ozone treatment is done for a 24-48 hour period to remediate odor.  Upon completion of ozone treatment, the logs are chinked and then sealed with a two coat perma-chink interior stain to lock in any residual smell.  We have worked extensively with insurance companies to provide top level affordable fire restoration.  This process may eliminate complete demolition of your log home and bring it back to its original condition!  

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