Fire Damage: Sodablasting Video
Sodablasting is a great way to remove and deodorize fire damage. It’s eco-friendly, non-toxic and very easy to set up and contain. Sodablasting is nondestructive and easier on surfaces than other high-pressure blasting or sanding methods. It also doesn’t use water, which makes it more structure friendly and doesn’t run the risk of causing water or mold damage. Check out our video and see the raw power of sodablasting as it removes smoke and fire damage from this structure in Redmond, Oregon.
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Sometimes a small fire only burns limited portions of a structure, trusses or supporting beams. While this fire damage may look like a total loss to you, the smoke damage could be very limited to the outer layer. When materials are lightly affected like this, sodablasting may be significantly cheaper than tearing up more of the home to replace certain portions of the structure. We can contain the left over baking soda powder, and you won’t have to worry about any water damage – as you would with sandblasting. Find out more about our sodablasting services and equipment in Central Oregon.