Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Smoke and Soot Damage

Smoke and Fire

Smoke can affect more property than the actual fire. Once the soot from the smoke has deposited itself into areas undetected, the carbon monoxide, soot, and other carried chemicals in the smoke will begin to break down the materials on which it rests. It is imperative to call SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah for immediate fire mitigation even if it wasn’t your property that caught fire. 

Fire Box

Fires affects all materials in its pathway.

Getting smoke out of porous materials is a very difficult challenge. Smoke can seep into the tiniest holes and cracks. It is important to have content that has been affected by smoke dry sponged and ozoned to have the chance of restoring it. 

Fired Glass

Soot settles on any surface. It is important to clean all of your dishes and kitchen utensils if smoke ever enters the dinning areas. Soot will settle in places of consumption including food containers. Any food in the area must be discarded to prevent the transfer harmful chemicals and debris carried by the soot/smoke to not allow consumptions of sometimes toxic materials that are invisible to the naked eye. 

Fire Damage

Fires can be especially devastating to your home or business. After the fire trucks leave, your property will likely suffer from not only fire and smoke damage, but also widespread water damage and flooding from firefighting efforts. SERVPRO Franchise Professionals have specialized fire and water damage restoration training and experience to quickly clean up and restore your home to pre-fire condition. They also can remove the pervasive smoke odor and deep-clean soot from upholstery and carpet. 

Residential Fire

Devices do catch on fire, even on a bed - be cautious! SERVPRO will do general clean up and set an air scrubber. We also wet wash the walls, sponge ceilings, clean all content, and vacuum/sweep/mop all floors.

Smoke Webs

Residues (such as burning plastics or the soot from furnace disorders) form long chains of ionized smoke particles that assemble in corners or at junctions of walls and ceilings which are called smoke webs!