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Dangers of Smoke Damage After a Fire

Dangers of Smoke Damage After a Fire

Submitted by • May 29, 2018 www.bionw.com

Fire is dangerous, that’s obvious enough, but few people understand the dangers of smoke damage after a fire.
Smoke is the leading cause of death in fires.. Many people also understand that direct exposure to smoke is harmful to your respiratory system, but did you know that the smoke could cause issues with your home’s structure? Smoke from a fire contains carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and soot. Whatever burns in the fire can also release harmful chemicals that are dangerous when inhaled but also cling to walls, furniture, ductwork, clothing, and more.
One of the most surprising things about the dangers of smoke damage after a fire is where else in your home it can be found. Some of this makes sense once you understand how temperature and airflow interact with the surrounding environment.

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