Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Fire Damage – Lafayette Kitchen

Fire damage struck this Lafayette home’s kitchen when a grease fire started on the stovetop. The photo shows the damage that was done. If you experience a fire of any nature, you can call on SERVPRO of Lafayette to help restore your property. We have a long history of successful fire damage restoration projects and the industry certified technicians to take care of your fire event.

Lafayette Kitchen Fire Damage

The fire in a kitchen in Lafayette often is in need of a significant cleanup. After the fire trucks are gone, water removal to prevent secondary water damage is typically in order. Then the demolition of fire damaged items is next on the list for a restoration service. Need help? Call SERVPRO.

Fire Damage Repair In West Lafayette

Our highly trained fire restoration technicians are available 24/7 to respond to your fire damage emergency. Our fast response time will help prevent any additional damage and reduce your restoration costs. Our fire damage specialists have the advanced training, state-of-the-art equipment, and experience to restore your property to pre-fire condition. If you want a team of professionals and exceptional service SERVPRO is your best option!

Smoke & Fire Mishap in Indian Village

The fire in the attic caused extensive smoke damage (petroleum products were unfortunately stored there) in this Indian Village house. The Soot and smoke wipe up, and cleaning was a massive project compounded by the noxious odor removal service. Many days, using air scrubbers, hydroxyl generators and several nighttime applications of ozone machines to transform the odor-causing particulates. Count on SERVPRO FST techs to meet and surpass your expectations.

Fire Damage – Lafayette Warehouse

Fire Damage at this Lafayette warehouse left the pictured smoke residue on the metal walls of the structure. The fire had involved vinyl siding stored in the warehouse, so the soot and smoke damage were wet and sticky. SERVPRO had an appropriate cleaning substance which allowed us to clean the building successfully.

Warehouse Smoke Webs in Dayton

This smoke residue covered the metal walls of this warehouse in Dayton. The stored vinyl siding meant the smoke and soot from the burning was wet and sticky. We sprayed an appropriate solvent to release the physical bond to the metal, wiped down the emulsion, and then pressure washed the structure. To restore the appearance to a preloss condition required specific actions by our SERVPRO techs.