Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Celebrate Good Times (Safely!)

We don't mean to be a wet blanket when it comes to celebrating awesome holidays such as the Fourthy of July, but we care about your safety! We, along with the NFPA, encourage safe celebrations like professional fireworks displays. That said, if you and your family decide to celebrate with sparklers (they are largely legal, but check your local laws before you partake), you still need to be aware of safety precautions.

Fire Damage Overwhelms Living Space

Fire damage can be absolutely devastating to your home. Such a loss is no match for our mitigators and our rebuild devision. We work quickly to get your home back to normal, so it can be, "Like it never even happened."

Inspect and Assessing Damages

Part of SERVPRO of Howard County's expert restoration and cleanup services include working with your insurance when we make an estimate for the cost of our services. We are sure to carefully inspect the damage to your home or business. This is especially important in cases of fire damage, as the loss is often more extensive. 

As Soon As Flames Go Down, Boards Go Up

As we discussed in this blog post last month, boarding up after major damage or losses is crucial during the mitigation process. This keeps the damage from spreading, damaging anything else, especially in cases where cross-contamination is a risk factor. You can see here that the boarding up process has begun after major fire damage.

The Temperature Isn't The Only Thing Burning Up This Season!

Fire damage really does tend to heat up in the summer. We know that when it comes to a fire, it doesn't matter if it's your home or you's a painful situation.

Be sure to keep your eyes on our blog, because we tend to share some pretty important damage and loss prevention tips for your home and business. 

Fire Doesn't Need Stairs

A fire really doesn't need stairs to get from one floor to another once it ignites in your home or business. This can make restoration seem impossible, but when our professionally trained crews are on scene after your'll be "like it never even happened"