Fire Damage Photo Gallery

view of blackened attic trusses and sheathing and damaged foil insulation

Columbia Falls Fire Damaged Property

The attic fire in a Columbia Falls home can look worse than it actually is, from the construction loss standpoint. SERVPRO can remove the charred contents, insulation, and dry the attic. The Wood sheathing and trusses can be scraped and abraided with pressured dry-ice pellets to remove most of the burnt material if it is less than a 1/4 inch in depth. The structural strength of the supports is still doing their job. We can keep it as simple as possible, with positive results.

Whitefish Soot and Fire Damage

The small fire in this retail store left little damage other than a sooty residue and an odor. That is the perspective until a DIY project attempts to remove the sooty film. And what to do about the foul odors? Not so easy! Call SERVPRO to your Whitefish property and get it done right, the first time.

Fire Damage – Kalispell Home

Fire damage at this Kalispell home’s kitchen left the room severely smoke damaged. This is a common occurrence with minor kitchen stove top originated fires. SERVPRO of Flathead County would construct a containment area around the kitchen by closing off the doorways to the area. This would prevent the disbursement of the smoke residue through the rest of the house. Our industry certified crew would use dry sponge treatments to remove most of the soot on the walls. The photo shows two sections of the damage that had been sponged off. It is possible that the kitchen would not need repainting after the cleaning was complete.

Fire Damage in Kalispell

The kitchen, the usual room where a fire starts, also ravaged many other rooms in this Kalispell house. SERVPRO technicians start the return to normalcy with an inspection and extensive cleanup and discarding of lost materials and fixtures. Grappling with debris and odors is well within the scope of our trained team.