Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Smoke Damage

Since each smoke and fire damage situation is a little different, each one requires a unique solution tailored for the specific conditions. When various materials burn, the soot and residue they create differs greatly and requires a specific cleaning procedure.

What's Left Standing

We know it isn't just stuff. It's your home. It's your belongings. It's the life you have built with your family. There is no silver lining when a loss like this happens.. but we are here to help and here to guide you through the process of restoring your home. Let us help. 

Not What You Expect

Sometimes what is outside your home can start a fire and effect the inside drastically. Make sure you have a fire extinguisher in your home and quickly call 911. And then call us to get your home back to pre-fire condition.

Microwave Strikes Again

If you find yourself with a microwave fire, FIRST, use a fire extinguisher. If you don't have one, try to throw lots of baking soda or salt on it. Never use flour, which can explode or make the fire worse. Lastly, Smother the fire with a wet towel or other large wet cloth.

Pro tip: Buy a fire extinguisher. 

Another Kitchen Fire

Turn off the burner or oven if you need to leave the house or get caught up in a phone call. Keep dish towels, pot holders, and paper towels away from the stove.

Kitchen Fires

We warn about kitchen fires often but that is because they happen all too often. Please make sure that you keep an eye on your food when it is cooking in the microwave, oven, or on the stove!

Do You Have A Fire Escape Plan?

Fires can engulf your hallways quickly and those hallways may be a key to your escape route. Please make sure that you discuss your fire escape plan with your family and always have multiple ways out but only ONE meeting spot so you can ensure everybody has made it out safely. Things can be replaced. You cannot. 

Fireplace Reconstruction

Sometimes damage goes beyond the naked eye. What looks like just smoke damage could have seriously damaged what is behind the walls of your home. We have the expertise to figure out what is necessary to get your home back to pre-fire condition. 

Your Home

A fire can take your home in what feels like the blink of an eye but we are here to help. Please give us a call when disaster strikes- big or small. 

Our Employees Work Hard

Here at SERVPRO of Lee County, we've got the best employees around. Take a look at our employee photos page to meet each of them and see what we have to say about them! This photo shows the beginning stages of a clean-up after a fire loss.

Electrical Fire

There is an infinite list of things that can cause fires but electrical fires should not go overlooked. Electrical fires could happen from a faulty outlet, wiring, or just an appliance mishap. If your home or business is effected by an electrical fire, call us today. 

You Can't Be Replaced

You may feel stressed, confused, and vulnerable, so you’ll need a caring expert to guide you through this crisis. We’ll treat you with respect and empathy, and we’ll always treat your home and belongings with care. Remember that belongings can be replaced but you and your family can not. Be sure to get out of the fire quickly (you can check out our blog for tips on exiting a fire). Thank goodness nobody was in this bed.

See the Difference: Fire Damage

All it took was a quick push of a doggie bowl out of the way for you to see the noticable damage that this fire did (which started on the stove top). 

Home: Where the Story Begins

Home is where the story begins so don't let a fire be where the story ends. SERVPRO of Lee County is locally owned and operated, so we’re already close by and ready to respond immediately when you need us. We make disaster "Like it never even happened." Give us a call today at (334)-821-4858!

Stove Top Fire

A stove top fire can easily get out of control if you don't handle it properly. Remember to NEVER use water to attempt to put it out. Always smother the fire to keep it away from the oxygen. We will be writing a blog post on how to prevent and handle a stove top fire! Coming soon!