Los Angeles County firefighters put out burning homes as they battle the Lake Fire at Porter Ranch on Saturday, July 23, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. The Getty fire broke out in the San Fernando Valley, while the Kincade fire continues to burn in and around San Francisco. The blaze has destroyed dozens of homes in L.A. County, and at least one of the homes at Porter Ranch has been destroyed, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. At least 13 buildings were destroyed, according to the LA County Fire Department, while the rest were damaged to varying degrees.
This map also shows the Rye Fire, which threatens about 1,000 homes in the San Fernando Valley, and the Kincade Fire in San Francisco.
The Thomas and Woolsey fires have raged once in a generation, but Malibu residents tell us they now expect them to break out in three years, two years after each other.
In the 1970 "s, the city had two major fires - the Bond Fire and the Malibu Canyon Fire - and more than a million buildings across the state are already at risk in today's wildfire conditions. Orange County has also been behaving like a wildfire: Riverside County has had the Corona Airport Fire and the Nuevo Fire. In the Southeast, the Santa Ana Mountains extend as far as Southern California, where the Sacred Fire burned 23,000 acres last August. The area along Malimi Canyon Road has burned six times, but the Bond Fire burned in an area that was once a wildfire - vulnerable areas, the Los Angeles Times reports.
If you do, you can rely on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire). They have access to high-tech fire fighting equipment such as helicopters and bulldozers and can quickly bring homes back up to pre-fire levels. This is done by combining fire-resistant materials and advanced fire protection techniques. And they do so because of their advanced forest fire protection equipment and progress in fire prevention and control.
This is done by fine-tuning a reliable process that works with a team of fire remediation specialists, whose experience is licensed, certified and insured to help you get back in order quickly. SoCal Water Restoration provides services in the La Mirada area and other parts of the state. Our technicians are exceptional in their work and the process of supplying our fire remediation services is thorough and extensive. We go far beyond water and fire - no damage repair, demolition or reconstruction is necessary, no LaMirada permits or exemptions.
We know that fire damage can happen at any time, so we certainly do not adhere to business hours, but we are ready to respond as quickly as possible, even during the holidays. So if you ask us to return your house or business to its pre-fire condition, that is exactly what fire remediation is. If your property has suffered any type of fire damage, our fire recovery experts are the best and most experienced fire repair and restoration experts in the state of California. We know that disasters and fire damage can and should happen again and again - so
Our technicians in La Mirada are specially trained and certified in the techniques, procedures and the most advanced equipment required to start the process of restoring fire damage. We are covered by the California Fire Department, the state's top fire safety agency, to deal with the overwhelming scene of post-fire destruction.
When it comes to repairing fire damage, no one does it better than the restoration of water and fire in La Mirada. There is no other company in Los Angeles County that has the same level of expertise and experience in water remediation as we do.
These fire map resources show all the fires burning in the region, including evacuations and road closures, starting with the Baton Rouge Fire Department. When a fire is larger than 500 hectares or when people are injured or killed by the fire, it is called a fire. The identification of fires can be as simple as the number of hectares or as complex as 1,000 hectares.
Because the fire took so long, the damage will be enormous and the recovery will be more expensive than if it had been extinguished in a shorter time. Since in La Mirada one has to approach fire damage and restoration, one must also take into account that the renovation is associated with costs. From sprinklers to troubleshooting, every experience a company has with fire or sprinklers helps to reduce the cost and cost of necessary repairs.
The city of La Mirada will contact Los Angeles County to respond, and SERVPRO Corona is locally owned and operated by the city. We are already ready to help residents of Home Gardens and business owners with any fire or smoke damage.