Fire Damage Photo Gallery

burnt attic supports from a fire

Parsippany Fire Damaged Attic

The burnt rafters and trusses in this Parsippany attic can be cleaned with a process called "dry-ice blasting." SERVPRO trained techs can use pressurized pellets to abraid the slightly charred surfaces, the magic bullets sublimate into the air, no water mess, and no demolition required. That is how to do it!

hole in the roof, fire damage in a kitchen, ruined cabinets, and appliances

Morris Plains Fire in a Kitchen

The havoc created by a kitchen fire in the Morris Plains area can affect many rooms within a structure. SERVPRO trained technicians have the talent, equipment, and products to arrive speedily to mitigate the fire damage. We start by securing the health of the occupants and the safety of the structure.

white circles in a clean area with soot on the counter

Parsippany Smoke Deposit Cleanup

The Photo shows the result of a greasy kitchen fire in a Parsippany home. Several containers having been moved, show the amount of soot residue. A SERVPRO tech can wipe down this film using special dry sponges. Care is taken to prevent the need for repainting the surfaces, excluding the countertop.

home damaged by fire and smoke

Fire Damage Restoration In Parsippany

If a fire has damaged your Parsippany home, you need to call the professionals at SERVPRO. Using our specialized cleaning techniques and equipment, we will restore your home. SERVPRO of East Central Morris County has the training and experience to make it “Like it never even happened.”

laundry room in house with fire damaged wall around dryer vent

Fire Damage – Morris Plains Home

Fire damage at this Morris Plains home was caused by a clogged vent in the clothes dryer. As the photo shows, an area of the laundry room was charred, and fire damaged. If contacted for help, SERVPRO of East Central Morris County industry certified technicians would do a small demolition to remove the damaged building materials. They would also set up a hydroxyl generator to eliminate the offensive odors left after the fire damage. To finish, they would replace the drywall that would have been removed.

Stovetop Fire in Randolph, NJ

This was the aftermath of a stovetop fire in Randolph, NJ when we arrived on the scene. There was significant smoke and soot damage. The owner couldn't believe how quickly and completely we were able to clean the soot from the walls and ceiling. We make disasters "Like it never even happened."

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