Fires can destroy many things when they burn through a property. Electrical or otherwise, it is not an event that anyone sees coming and often times completely destroys homes and offices before anything can be done about it. Even if a property wasn’t destroyed in a fire, either its own or a nearby one, there is plenty of damage that can be caused by a fire such as smoke damage.
Cleaning up from fire damage can be a trial. Not only does one have to deal with the personal aspects of watching personal items or a business that has been built being destroyed and thrown away but also just the trial of having the debris removed and the remaining structure assessed. If the fire was contained then it may be possible to do some restoration on the property and even though the items that were destroyed more than likely cannot be salvaged the building in some way may be.
If the fire was caught in time and contained to a single area, such as a kitchen or bedroom, then it may just be smoke damage that needs to be dealt with. The ashes and other toxins from the smoke are very harmful on the lungs and even though they may not seem like a big deal next to the first level damage of the fire, smoke damage is something that needs to be taken care. Although the damage from smoke may not spread to further damage to the home or property, leaving it be especially if the space is still in use can be hazardous to the health of the people using the space.