Fire Damage Photo Gallery

front of home that had large fire, front is burnt out and black.

House Fire in Whitehouse Station

A fire in your home can be devastating - and in this case this Whitehouse Station family lost their entire home.

SERVPRO of Greater Hunterdon County was on site within hours of the fire to begin mitigation work. Unfortunately, this home will be a total loss and need to be reconstructed. 

crew member cleaning soot from white fan and ceiling

Soot Cleanup From House Fire in High Bridge

When there was a small fire in this High Bridge home, the white walls throughout the entire home were covered in a black layer of soot!

The soot and smoke that results from a fire takes a very long, detailed time to clean. Our crews here at SERVPRO of Greater Hunterdon County work hard to restore soot and smoke damaged homes to pre-damage conditions.

Clinton Fire Loss Cleanup Needed

The exposed tiled shows the contrast with the soot-covered floor in this Clinton home. To minimize the circulation of these settled particles, SERVPRO technicians can vacuum up most of the residue with filtered equipment. The walls and ceiling surfaces can be wiped downed with chemically treated sponges to limit smearing and the need for repainting.

Fire Damage Repair In Lebanon

Our skilled crew is here to help after a fire damage disaster in your Lebanon home. The specialists at SERVPRO of Greater Hunterdon County have the training and equipment to return your home to pre-damage condition. Our experts will respond quickly and make it “Like it never even happened.”

Fire Damage In Lambertville

Our fire damage experts know timing is crucial after a disaster. Our professionals are ready 24/7 to respond to your call. SERVPRO of Greater Hunterdon County has state-of-the-art equipment and expertise to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Lebanon Fire Damage Evidence

The sooty film on the wall and the black dots resulted from a fire with little damage, but plenty of heat in this Lebanon home. The Drywall screws heat up and attract the circulating soot particles; they are not protruding from the wall. Our SERVPRO team has the specialty sponges and cleaners to remove this film, "Like it never even happened."