On March 29th at 2am a fire damaged a historic building of The Wilson School, a private school on DeMun Avenue.
The most significant damage was to the older portion of the school, a building that dates to 1916 and is the work of noted architect William B. Ittner.
The building was there nearly 50 years before The Wilson School moved in in 1960.
The school sustained heavy smoke and water damage, the demolition and cleaning are complete now its time for reconstruction.
RCS Air Duct Cleaning was called to clean and restore the remaining 7 HVAC systems in the damaged areas. These ranged from heavy smoke smell to almost none. In order to ensure the most thorough and complete cleaning and deodorization, RCS used its 20+ years of knowledge of fire and smoke damage restoration.
RCS cleaned the remaining furnaces, fans,air conditioning coils and ducts. There was a large make up air system with a desiccant wheel cleaned as well. The make up air system was wet cleaned by hand, crawling through and wiping the interior of the duct with cleaner and smoke odor counteractant.
RCS has proprietary techniques to ensure that the HVAC system won’t smell when its put back into service. Our specialized techniques save the insurance company money by cleaning and deodorizing instead of costly removal and replacement of HVAC systems