Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Fire Damage Restoration

Fire Damage Restoration

Since each smoke and fire damage situation is a little different, each one requires a unique solution tailored for the specific conditions. When various materials burn, the soot and residue they create differs greatly and requires a specific cleaning procedure.

Summer Safety

Summer Safety

Summer is synonymous with barbecues, parades, and firework displays; but, along with all the festivities are plenty of visits to emergency rooms, especially during July. Each year, an average of 230 people are injured badly enough to require medical treatment after firework-related incidents, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. In addition to causing injury, fireworks are also responsible for thousands of house fires each year with millions of dollars in property damage.

Attic fire

Attic fire

When this home suffered an attic fire, the entire home was affected. SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock had to pack up all the belongings in the home to be cleaned at our facility while the construction company replaced the damaged building materials. After the construction company finished, SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock was able to go in the home and clean the remaining structure and then move the cleaned contents back in to the home. 

Grass fire blows smoke & soot in to home.

Grass fire blows smoke & soot in to home.

You might think that a wind blown grass fire wouldn't affect anything but the grass in an empty field but when the wind is blowing that hard it can force smoke and soot inside the homes around it. This home in particular was right in the path of a large grass fire that was raging out of control. The homes around the fire were evacuated while the fire department worked feverishly to put the fire out and get it under control. After the all clear was given, the family was able to go back in to the home to gather a few belongings and go to a hotel. SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock was able to get started on their "top-down" cleaning procedures starting with the air ducts and working their way down to the floors. This family was able to stay in the home while the cleaning was being done with very little disruption to their lives and we were able to make it "Like it never even happened". 

 Fire on outside of house

Fire on outside of house

When this fire started on the outside of this home the smoke and soot made it's way inside. The damage was so significant that the entire home had to be packed out so repairs and cleaning could be done. 

No Job is Too Big

No Job is Too Big

When it comes to fire disasters, we’ve seen it all. This situation in particular was very devastating. A fire raged out of the Fellowship hall of an older church in Hockley County so badly that our crews were required to pack up three stories of this building, its basement, its gymnasium, and its sanctuary. The church is still under construction now, but we’re getting them back on their feet!