Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Wall with hole and fire damage and smoke residues

Hackettstown Fire Damage Has Significant Smoke and Destruction Challenges

An electrical fire in this Hackettstown home left a large amount of fire damage to a room. The charred sheet and exposed lathe needed removal and the technicians cleaned away the smoke residues on the intact walls and ceilings.

Residential Fire Job

After a small fire broke out in a Hackettstown, NJ, home, our SERVPRO of Warren County team was called to action. Upon arrival, our team noticed soot webs left behind from the fire. Our team has the knowledge, experience, and equipment to properly restore your home back to preloss conditions after a fire.

Soot Webs after Fire

Our SERVPRO of Warren County team was called after a fire in a local Hackettstown home. Fire damage restoration and cleanup is not a problem for our team, and we have the expertise, equipment, and experience to properly take care of your damage.

Birds Nest Blocking Chimney

After experiencing severe smoke damage in this local Washington Township home, our SERVPRO of Warren County team was called. Upon arrival, our team found a birds nest blocking the chimney which in return resulted in smoke damage to the home.

Air Scrubber in Action

Air scrubbers use HEPA filters and are used to remove soot, odor, and smoke odor particles from the air after experiencing fire or smoke damage in your Washington Township home. If disaster strikes your home or business, SERVPRO of Warren County can help.

Fire Damage? Don't Worry

Our SERVPRO of Warren County team was called to a local home after a small fire loss. The fire had left soot webs visible in the basement. If you experience smoke damage in your home or business, our SERVPRO team is always on standby and ready to respond. 

Soot Webs from a Fire

After a fire in a home or business caused smoke damage, you might find soot webs left behind. It is important to know where to turn after a fire loss, and our SERVPRO of Warren County is always "Here to help."