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  • Emergency Response
  • Fire & Smoke Damage
  • Water Damage
  • Contents Restoration
  • Mold Remediation
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What Our Customers Say

"We were extremely pleased with all your work and the efficiency in which all aspects were completed."
- Anne T.
"Thank you for your kindness and patience, your workers were both professional and friendly, I am completely satisfied with their work. You can be sure I will call you if I ever need your services again."
- Judith V.
"Thank you isn't enough for all of your hard work and effort. I really do appreciate all what you did"
- Craig
"Thank you so much for all you've done, I truly appreciate your caring and professional manner"
- Susan S.
"Your work crew did a fantastic job at cleaning my house"
- Vera B
"A big Thank You the crew did a great job we appreciate it"
- Maureen S
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A fire can break out nearly everywhere and at any time. If a small fire starts out in your home, acting rapidly and appropriately will help keep yourself, your family, and your house safe. To learn how to put out a small fire, continue reading.

How to Put Out a Small Fire

  1. The first thing to do is to take a couple of seconds to evaluate the fire. If it's smaller and you feel comfortable, you can take care of it. If you notice it's bigger, growing rapidly, or you don't feel comfortable, call emergency responders immediately and evacuate.
  2. If you've decided to put out the fire yourself, then you should take safety measures: take loose clothing off, move flammable objects away from the flames, unplug nearby devices, and shut off the gas supplies while you put the fire out.
  3. Depending on the type of fire will be the method you should use:
    • abundant water will suppress fires that aren't related to electricity, gasoline, or oil.
    • cover the flames with a thick and big enough blanket to suffocate them.
    • a fire extinguisher can help you exterminate any type of fire, but you should learn to use it beforehand.
  4. Last but not least, you should take care of the aftermath: open doors and windows, and turn on fans to move the smoke out. Also, look out for any damage done to your property. If needed call a property restoration company to help you deal with it.

If a fire takes a toll on your home and it now needs professional property restoration in Stormville, NY, call Zott Construction DKI at (845) 227-4141.