Smoke Damage after a Fire
When it comes to smoke damage, we’ve seen it all at Travers St. Louis RV / Camper Service & Body in O’Fallon. Most RV / Camper Smoke Damage Repairs include moderate to severe damages caused by an unfortunate fire accident. In fact, some of our most impressive motorhome Smoke Damage Repairs were more like a home restoration. On the other end of the RV / Camper Smoke Damage Repair spectrum are recreational vehicles with a lingering cigarette smoke smell.
Removing Smoke Damage
No matter if you’re interested in removing a lingering smoke smell that has penetrated porous RV / Camper materials or if you have extensive smoke damages that need to be repaired, gain peace of mind at Travers St. Louis RV / Camper Service & Body with an RV / Camper Smoke Damage Repair that will restore your RV / Camper to its pre-damaged appearance and smell. Travers St. Louis RV / Camper Service & Body is conveniently located in O’Fallon within the larger St. Louis metropolitan area near St. Peters, St. Charles, & Chesterfield, Missouri.
How does RV / Camper Smoke Damage Repair at Travers St. Louis RV / Camper Service & Body Work?
At Travers St. Louis RV / Camper Service & Body, we rely on a proven protocol when we complete every RV / Camper Smoke Damage Repair. The proven Smoke Damage Repair protocol is performed by an expert technician with years of experience executing Smoke Damage Repairs on dozens of recreational vehicles just like yours with smoke damages and repair needs similar to yours. The restoration begins with an inspection and more in-depth understanding of your RV / Camper and its unique needs. Once the inspection is complete, the expert technician will develop a needs assessment and service strategy that will completely restore presenting materials and components to their pre-damaged condition. The next step is to start removing the damaged components while treating the remaining elements with a special Ozone machine that removes soot and foul smoke smells. Once the soot and smoke smell are removed, the technician will repair all of the faulty mechanical and electrical systems. Once mechanics and electronics are squared away, the final step is to restore the remaining structural component such as roofing & aluminum, and internal aesthetics, such as walls, flooring, and cabinets.