Soot Webs Caused by Fire Damage
Soot Webs From Fire Damage
Those may look like spider webs, but they’re actually soot webs, or soot tags, caused by fire damage.
They are formed when ionized soot particles stick together and look like cobwebs. The soot webs are formed as oxygen is used up in the area from the fire. As seen in this video, the soot particles bond together and then cling to a wall, ceiling, or in between rafters.SERVPRO of Dane County West Professionals understands the trauma that follows a fire loss. When fire damage takes control of your life, we're here to help you take it back. We are Here to Help® and will assist you in every step of the cleanup, restoration, and rebuild process. SERVPRO of Dane County West professionals has the training and expertise to help make it “Like it never even happened.”®
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