Is that a SPIDER Web??
Being fire restoration specialists, we have seen a lot of fire damaged homes and businesses in our area over the years.
Fires create heat and release both smoke and soot. Smoke is a vapor made up of very fine particles, while soot is a solid made from powdery or oily carbon and tar.
One of the most common visible instances of fire damage are the black spider webs that seem to spring out of nowhere after a fire.
Soot tags are thread-like chains made from carbon and tar released as a fire burns. They are also called soot webs because they look so similar to spider webs or cobwebs. In fact, most people assume they actually are spider webs covered in soot.
Call SERVPRO of New Kent, Williamsburg & Northern Neck for any and all fire needs at 804-966-1400 or toll free at 1-800-889-5002