Fire & Smoke
Damage Restoration

Meticulous clean-up and deodorisation of damage caused by fire, smoke, soot, water and other fire suppression products.


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Fast, sympathetic fire & smoke remediation services

Fire is one of the most devastating incidents that can happen to your home or business premises. Acting quickly is one of the most important things you can do, both in terms of minimising damage and helping you to get your life back on track as soon as possible. CIRTS offers 24/7 availability, giving you the support and advice you need without delay.

After you get in touch with us, our highly trained and experienced fire damage restoration technicians will arrange an initial assessment to determine the level of damage. They will then create a remediation plan and provide you with a quote for the work, all while offering compassion and professionalism during this difficult time.

Our work speaks for itself

We’ve supported clients in both commercial and domestic settings, allowing them to return to a safe, hygienic environment with minimal stress and disruption. Take a look at some of our past projects to see what CIRTS is capable of.

Complete removal of soot, smoke, water & odours

CIRTS has the experience and highly specialised equipment needed to not only clean your property but to restore it to its pre-fire condition. The first step is to secure the property to prevent unauthorised access, protect against the elements and seal off damaged areas to avoid contaminating non-damaged areas. We’ll then use powerful pumps to remove excess water used to fight the fire.

The clean up continues with the removal of all non-restorable items. This may include household contents, plasterboard wall and ceiling linings, carpets, and soft furnishings. We understand how valuable your personal property is, which is why we always opt for a restore-first approach, only resorting to replacing the most heavily damaged items that can’t be salvaged.

We then perform restoration cleaning works throughout the entire dwelling, incorporating HEPA-rated air filtration, HEPA vacuuming, and a combination of chemicals to remove and neutralise the smoke particulate, staining and odour left behind after the fire. Microscopic particles can be absorbed into porous surfaces such as bricks, plasterboard, and soft furnishings, causing a lingering smoky smell if not properly remediated. If required, we then dry the building to prevent mould growth and further damage. Lastly, we deodorise the property and replace any items that were too damaged to restore.

Fire & smoke damage restoration services you can rely on

CIRTS is fully accredited and certified, providing clients in New South Wales and Queensland with a service they can trust. Our cleaning and restoration technicians are highly skilled and experienced, and we continually invest in the latest equipment and training to ensure that we complete every job to the highest possible standard.


We’ve put together some of the most common questions about our fire & smoke damage restoration service. Take a look at our FAQs below, or feel free to contact us for more information and advice.

The first step is to assess the level of damage. CIRTS will then remove the water used to fight the fire, fully drying both your belongings and the fabric of the building to prevent mould growth and further damage. Clean-up includes the removal of damaged objects and stains caused by soot and smoke particulate. Finally, we will deodorise the property.

The amount of time required to fully restore the property depends on the extent of damage caused by the blaze and fire-fighting efforts. Minor fire restoration projects can be completed in just a few days, whereas more devastating incidents can take many months.

We understand the physical and sentimental value of your belongings, which is why we always opt for a restore-first approach instead of simply replacing damaged items. Wherever possible, we will restore or decontaminate items to their pre-fire condition. However, this is not always feasible due to the type or extent of damage, and items that can’t be restored will need to be replaced. There are provisions under most standards provided by the IICRC to address items of significant sentimental or financial value that in normal circumstances would be discarded.

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