Cleaning Up After Furnace Puffback


furnace puff back cleanups South Shore Cape Cod Islands Boston MAAh, it’s fall once again.  The leaves are starting to change color.  All across the region, homeowners are firing up their home heating systems for the first time to counter the crisp, cool evening temperatures.  Some heating systems handle this with no problem whatsoever.  Other home heating systems and furnaces aren’t quite so grateful.  A puff back is a choking, nasty cloud of heavy black smoke that emerges through your home heating system ductwork, filling your room and soiling your walls and carpets.

If this happens to you, you need to call your furnace repair service right away. Additionally, you’re going to need to get the smoke damage out of your Scituate home. This isn’t a job you can do yourself. Furnace puff back smoke is often extremely sticky, gritty, and stubborn. It can pose a health hazard to you and your family. The residue this smoke leaves behind contain many toxic chemicals, some of which are thought to be cancer-causing.  It’s time to call in your Scituate disaster response team.

You may think a furnace puff back is not a disaster.  And in truth, it’s not the worst thing that could ever happen to a person. However, it is a nasty, smelly, inconvenient mess that’s hazardous to you, your children, and your pets.  ServiceMaster South Shore specializes in removing all traces of smoke damage from carpets, walls, ceilings, upholstered furniture and other surfaces.  This gets the nasty toxic chemicals out of your house, preserves the worth and integrity of your possessions, and makes your home safe for your family once again.

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your family is safe. Carpet cleaning services are essential.  Many carpets are composed of synthetic fibers, which can be dramatically affected by smoke damage. Our specialized technology and proprietary techniques bring your carpets back to like new condition.  Call us right away if you need help: smoke damaged carpets get worse day by day.  Prompt action is the key to full recovery!