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Under no circumstances should you return to your home until the fire department tells you that it is safe to do so. Even then, you will likely be allowed to return to your home only to gather essential documents, irreplaceable items such as photos and heirlooms, and other possessions that can be quickly retrieved. On entering your home, use utilities such as electricity and water only if the fire department tells you that it is safe to do so. If any utilities have been turned off, do not turn them on yourself.

While you are in your home, be sure to take as many photographs as necessary to document the damage for insurance purposes. It’s also a good idea to take detailed notes about items that were lost or damaged, and to collect as many receipts for these items as you can find.

Sometimes homes that appear completely safe after a fire can conceal damage that is invisible to homeowners. It is important that you have your home thoroughly inspected by licensed, experienced professionals. Restoration Companies Miami