Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Pre-demolition after a fire.

Fire Damage In New Orleans

SERVPRO's IICRC-certified restoration technicians respond to assess fire damage after lightning strikes the roof of a New Orleans area home. There are signs of smoke odors and soot residues throughout the residence, affecting personal belongings, building materials, and electrical systems.

A living room wall cavity with heavy soot and smoke damage and debris on surrounding drywall and floors

Remediating New Orleans Living Room Wall Fire Damage

SERVPRO restored the New Orleans property in this photo after fire damage occurred. The crew completed photo documentation and paperwork before removing unsalvageable floors and part of a living room wall, preparing the area for new insulation, sheetrock, and flooring.

Burnt, crumbled drywall and baseboard with charred wall framing underneath

Preparing Belle Chasse Home for Fire Restoration

In this photo, a Belle Chasse property survived an electrical fire that left extensive smoke damage and debris. SERVPRO responded with demolition assistance to take the home down to studs, remediate soils, and prepare it for rebuilding.

Sink and counter in bathroom with heavy smoke damage

Harvey Home Has Heavy Soot Covering with Fire Damage

SERVPRO inspected this Harvey home to create a fire damage cleanup plan and found heavy soot covering surfaces after a grease fire in the home. The technicians have solutions to clean away the smoke damage and can use equipment such as soda or ice blasting as necessary for stubborn residues.

Room with charred items and succulents in pots in the background

Westwego Fire Damage Spreads from Shed to Home

This photo shows the damage left behind in a Westwego home after a shed fire spread to the residential structure. SERVPRO removed the destroyed portions of the structure and packed out items to keep them safe during the fire mitigation service. 

Kitchen with soot on cabinets and ceiling

New Orleans Grease Fire Causes Extensive Fire Damage

The homeowner attempted to clean up the fire damage in their New Orleans home, but needed professional help as a grease fire in the kitchen went on to affect nearly every room in the house. SERVPRO techs cleaned the surfaces in the kitchen from the soot and protein residues.

 Kitchen with severe smoke and fire damage on walls and ceiling

Kitchen in Raceland Needs Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration and Cleanup

As seen in the photo, this Raceland kitchen fire spread fire damage throughout the home. SERVPRO techs were able to clean the smoke damage from many of the walls and ceilings however the tile flooring needed removal and the laminate in the master bedroom. 

Fire damaged hallway in home with exposed framework

Kenner Fire Damage Needs Large Amount of Controlled Demo

The removal of charred building materials is one of the first steps in cleaning up Kenner fire damage. It is not uncommon for SERVPRO techs to encounter mold growth in the insulation as the building materials get removed. Opening of the structure allows for both drying and preparing for reconstruction.

Room with smoke damaged walls and tile floor

Harahan Home Need Extensive Fire Damage Cleanup

An electrical fire caused by an air conditioner in Harahan left this home with extensive smoke and fire damage throughout the home, including the ceramic tile floor. The techs packed out the items to clean off-site. The interior had no power and SERVPRO brought in generators to power the equipment.

Round bathtub with smoke damage on the walls

New Orleans Chicken Dinner Gone Wrong Brings Fire Damage

It started with dinner in New Orleans and ended with fire damage throughout the house affecting multiple rooms including the bathroom. There was a delay in starting the cleanup and mold growth began in the rooms with carpet. SERVPRO techs used a controlled demo on the ruined building materials.

Kitchen with missing oven with visible fire damage in the space

New Orleans Protein Fire Damage

This New Orleans kitchen had a breakfast fire that left a widespread fire damage in the kitchen, with smoke damage spread throughout the home. The techs also needed to address the protein residues throughout the room. SERVPRO technicians used their proprietary cleaning agents to clean the surfaces of the soot.

Roof with evidence of fire damage

Large Scale Water and Commercial Fire Damage Cleanup in New Orleans

The roof of this New Orleans building burned and left behind both water and commercial fire damage that needed restoration. The techs needed a total of 150 air movers and 40 dehumidification units to bring down the interior humidity levels. 

Room with smoke damage walls and exposed substrate

Marrero Fire Damage Cleanup

This Marrero home had significant fire damage that required the removal of the floor covering and baseboards. The wallpaper is still on the walls but covered in smoke damage and will get removed as part of the mitigation process.

Kitchen with fire damage on stove and sink

Grease Fire Damage in Slidell Kitchen Needs Cleanup

A Slidell tenant had a pan catch alight and used water for extinguishing the fire causing extensive fire damage to the structure. SERVPRO techs needed to remove the stove and backsplash area around the sink due to charring. The rest of the property needed heavy cleaning.

Hotel room with evidence of commercial fire damage on the tile floor

Commercial Water and Fire Damage in Gretna Hotel

SERVPRO techs handled widespread commercial fire damage to a Gretna hotel caused by a cart fire that affected multiple floors and rooms. The drying process alone needed 79 air movers and 15 dehumidifiers along with specialty machines such as air scrubbers and vapor sharks.

Security After Fire Damage in New Orleans

House with fire damage and a boarded-up window

Keeping a New Orleans property safe after fire damage is a priority of SERVPRO. The technicians routinely board up broken windows and damaged doors to ensure unauthorized persons cannot enter the property. The techs also commonly put up security tape to further keep people away from the loss area.

Fire and Water Damage in Metairie

Fire damage to this Metairie home was minor in nature, but the damage seemed much worse to the homeowners. Their house had sustained considerable water damage from extinguishing the fire, and of course, there was the soot and smoke damage which always accompanies fires. SERVPRO of The New Orleans West Bank was called in to clean up the water and the associated damages. Our team of industry certified technicians provided the homeowners with a thorough damage assessment report that they could pass on to their insurance adjuster. Then they presented a comprehensive plan for restoration, which included all of the various damages to the dwelling.

Ready For Whatever Happens

If your home or business suffers a loss like this, you need a team of professionals that is trained and equipped and ready to handle the cleanup. We are always ready and will always be faster to any size disaster.

Soot and Debris

This hotel room was damaged during a large fire. Here you can see soot and debris left behind by the fire. We are trained and equipped to remove soot and debris. We will make it "Like it never even happened."

Hotel Fire Damage

This hotel had a large fire that did a great amount of damage to multiple rooms, including this one. Our team is always ready for disasters such as this one, so if you have a fire loss, give us a call!

Right Through The Roof

A large fire tore through the interior of this structure and also burned right through the roof. Our team is well trained in fire cleanup and soot removal. We are also demolition and restoration experts.

Kitchen Fire in the Westbank

Grease fires are scary enough, but when the cupboards ignite it is time to call in the professionals. SERVPRO of the New Orleans Westbank can make it "Like it never even happened."

Ready Anytime

No matter if it happens during the day, or in the middle of the night, a fire is devastating. You don't want to have to wait for an emergency response when it happens. That is why we are ready any time, day or night, to respond to your fire loss.