Immediate Response In Any Fire Damage Emergency Situation! Call For Assistance Now!
There is no time to waste after a fire. When you are looking for a qualified fire damage restoration company, you need to know that they will be there fast and ready to start cleaning up the damage! Fires often leave home and business owners misplaced while the damage is being repaired – Stover’s Restoration wants to get you back in your property as quickly as possible!
Stovers is a leading fire and smoke damage cleanup company because we offer:
Comprehensive Smoke Odor Removal
Smoke And Soot Cleanup
Fire Damage Restoration
Complex Repairs And Reconstruction
Industry Leading Cleaning Methods
Don’t Hesitate – We Can Start The Path To Recovery Today!
Stover’s Restoration provides 24 Hour Emergency Fire Damage Restoration – whenever help is needed. We understand and appreciate that when you are faced with adversity, sometimes it can’t wait until the next business day. Our emergency response teams of certified and experienced technicians use the newest and most up-to-date equipment so we can restore your property quickly and efficiently.
Stover’s Restoration is an industry leader in Southcentral Kansas and provides ongoing training for our technicians and team members to keep them up to speed with the latest in technology, processes and best practices – all to deliver the highest quality service possible.
In addition to providing full fire restoration services, Stover’s Restoration utilizes the following methods to remove the soot, smoke, and odors left over after a fire.
Smoke Odor Removal and Ozone Treatment
It is of the utmost importance to not just mask the smell of smoke but to thoroughly remove the odor and its cause. After a fire, smoke odor is a major concern, and removing it completely can be difficult without the help of a fire restoration professional.
Stover’s Restoration utilizes ozone treatment to remove odors from your home and your possessions. Ozone treatment is a phenomenally powerful oxidizer that can treat many odors without leaving a residue or lingering odors.
When you contact Stover’s Restoration, you are working with the best-trained team in the area, and people that want to help ensure your long-term health and happiness. One thing to keep in mind is that while ozone is a great tool, there are many points to consider for safety and perpetuation of an odor-free environment. Contact Stover’s Restoration for more information on our comprehensive approach.
Contents Cleaning & Packout
Stover’s Restoration has advanced contents cleaning equipment and tools to clean contents damaged by smoke and water. From odor removal to ultrasonic cleaning of personal belongings, Stover’s Restoration will come to your home, pack out all of your contents, and will clean salvageable items.
Soda blasting is a safe, eco-friendly and incredibly effective way to remove soot and carbon residues from walls and other surfaces. Soda blasting is safe and efficient. The soda blasting machine uses compressed air to deliver bicarbonate of soda-based media (baking soda) onto the surface to be cleaned. It does not damage the underlying surface or the environment.
The process is gentle enough to remove the coating without harming the substrate. Virtually any coating can be removed from most any surface. Soda blast media is FDA approved, non-toxic, and contains no free silica: it is non-sparking, non-flammable, non-hazardous, and environmentally safe.
Hays House Fire Restoration
Seth M. Hays, a grandson of Daniel Boone, was the first white settler in Council Grove in 1847. In 1857 he opened the Hays House Tavern and Restaurant. Today, Hays House is the oldest continuously operating restaurant west of the Mississippi River. Its customers have included Jesse James and George Armstrong Custer. The ownership and management at Hays House have changed a number of times over the years and the building was restored in the 1970s. In December 2011, there was a fire in the restaurant and the kitchen (which was an addition to the historic structure) was completely destroyed. The restaurant might not have reopened, but 25 local residents pooled their money, formed Flint Hills Investors, bought the Hays House and reopened with the same menu in May 2012.