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Over 20 Years of Construction & Mold Investigation Experience

Fire & Smoke Damage can be especially devastating to your home or business. After the fire trucks leave, your property will not only suffer from fire and smoke damage, but also massive water damage from putting out the fire.

I&I Fire Water and Mold is available 24 hours a day in the Wilmington, North Carolina Area because the area needs to be cleaned and treated immediately to prevent long lasting damage that will be even more costly to repair. We have industry specialized fire and water damage restoration training and experience to quickly clean up and restore your home or business back to normal.

Fire Damage Restoration

Secure & Cover

To prevent further damage and even theft of personal property, we will cover the effected areas and board up windows to secure your home from outsiders and the outside elements. Through our investigation company, we have access to site security when protection of property or contents is a concern. We also have a trained and certified K9 that also assists in site security and protection when necessary.

Smoke & Soot Removal

The last thing you need is a lingering odor from a devasting house fire. We have the proper equipment to remove all odors from every type of surface. Soot can gather in pipes and drains and if this is not cleaned up properly then odors will linger for years.

Cleaning & Sanitizing

Before things can go back to normal, the area needs to be cleaned and santized to prevent rotting and future mold issues. Out state-of-the-art cleaning equipment destroys 99.99% of all harmful germs and bacteria.

Structural Repair

We will restore your area to just like it was or even take the opportunity to improve your existing area to something you have always wanted. We do all repairs in house to allow us to complete projects quicker and more cost effectively than our competitors.

  • Did you know that if a fire starts in your home, you may have just two minutes to escape?
  • Talk with all household members about a fire escape plan and practice the plan twice a year.
  • Test smoke alarms once a month, if they’re not working, change the batteries.
  • If a fire occurs in your home, GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL for help.