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Fire and smoke damage is highly disruptive to any business and creates a very stressful situation. What remains after a fire can be hazardous and harmful materials for occupants which must be properly cleaned up and disposed. Even if your commercial space encountered no direct damage from flames, if your building is in the pathway of traveling smoke, soot, or ash from a nearby fire, there is still damage to the exterior and interior surfaces, contents, and indoor air quality of the built environment. Ash and soot are corrosive and can begin to modify the chemical composition of surfaces in which it makes contact and is left unaddressed. Often, after a large fire, there is some damage or outage to the power lines serving your building, which can cause appliances (such as refrigerators) to become the perfect dark and moist breeding environment for microbial growth (mold).