As of last night there were 100 structures in danger of fire and smoke damage near Sedona in Oak Creek from the Slide fire. U.S. Forest Service spokesman Brady Smith said the Slide fire near Sedona was human-caused. High winds and extreme dry conditions will be a challenge for the firefighters as Sedona fire damage threatens homes and resorts. The National Weather Service has recorded only 2.05 inches of rain which is less than one-third of the normal for Prescott, Arizona.

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The Slide fire was burning nearly a half mile south of the neighborhood of Junipine Estates, million dollar homes, on the west side of the creek near Junipine Resort. The Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter has opened its shelter at Sinagua Middle School at 3950 East Butler Ave., for residents forced out by the Slide fire.

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The best Sedona fire damage restoration companies do much more than just after fire clean up. Our IICRC technicians provide restoration of paint, deodorizing your home and contents, inventory management of your home, and even temporary moving services.

By choosing Sedona fire damage restoration, you will receive an inventory of your home’s contents and ensure a smoother process with your insurance claim. We will sort items by what can be restored, and what cannot, which will make filing your damage claim much simpler. We will even contact your insurance claims adjuster and start the process for you!

More information about Arizona wild fires can be found at wildlandfire.az.gov. If you have fire or smoke damage from a fire please contact us today for fire and smoke damage restoration services.