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Transformation of Fire / Smoke Damaged Property

Date

September 29, 2021

Client

Quadra

Type of Works

Insurance Works

Location

N/A

Arrow Services completed this project for our wonderful client Quadra. As you’ll be able to see from the photos below, we were tasked with refurbishing a fire damaged house where the walls and roof structure above were severely smoke damaged.

We had the property cleaned, removing all the smoke damage. We stripped out the bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and living areas. The kitchen and bathroom were completely overhauled with new appliances, plumbing, baths, showers and basins. electrical wiring. New carpets and flooring were purchased and installed throughout the house. All walls were painted and re-plastered where necessary. Our team replaced all doors and hardware.

We are specialists in the restoration of homes, buildings, and properties that have / have been severely / extensively damaged by fire. We have years of experience restoring / repairing / reconstructing damaged buildings that have been affected by fire.

For more than 20 years, our ever expanding team has come together to transform the aftermath of fire disaster into a beautiful space that reflects the original character of the property.

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