Fire Damage Photo Gallery

SERVPRO employee wiping a soot-covered door

Cleaning a Soot-covered Storage Closet

An electrical fire broke out in the storage unit of this apartment unit, which created a tremendous amount of soot. Our technicians worked diligently to clean the structure using dry chemical sponges and proprietary cleaning supplies. Soot is incredibly difficult to clean without creating additional problems, but our team is more than capable!

Man writing on a document in a kitchen with soot and smoke damage

Helping Homeowners Clean Up Fire Damage

Fires can do devastating damage to your property, such as when a fire reached all corners of the home in the picture above. Our team spent several days cleaning up the damage and packing out the customers' belongings so they could be cleaned and stored until they were back on their feet.

Dark hallway with a ceiling and walls damaged by fire

Statesville Home Damaged by Fire

House fires can happen to anyone. In some cases, these instances are rather minor and are easier to clean up. In cases like the above photo, the damage is more extensive and will require multiple steps to clean up and restore. 

Fire Damage – Mooresville Kitchen

Fire damage resulted from an oily skillet fire in this Mooresville kitchen. The fire spread enough to leave a thick residue of soot and smoke damage on the ceiling, walls, and cabinets. The owner decided to replace the upper cabinets, and we cleaned the rest of the fire damage with dry sponging and a special primer in preparation for a finish coat of paint.

Lake Norman Fire Damage to a Bedroom

Smoking in bed led to this mess in a Lake Norman bedroom. Our first task was a clean out and then a dry out of the fire-damaged room. We worked hard to eliminate the smoke odors with an ozone machine and thermal fogging. Need help? Call SERVPRO.

Fire Clean Up

SERVPRO of Iredell County can assist you with cleaning up after fire or smoke damage. We can clean the structure and contents, as well as, inventory belongings. We work can directly with insurance adjusters, to help make it "Like it never even happened."