Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Mt. Juliet Fire in a Wall

The fire damaged wall in this Mt. Juliet kitchen occurred from an electrical short that flamed out of control. Firefighters exacerbated the fire damage by opening the wall to ensure no live embers were still burning. SERVPRO's first moves are to remove the non-salvageable elements and to set up hydroxyl generators to mitigate the noxious smoke odors.

Fire Damage – Mount Juliet Home

Fire damage to this Mount Juliet home’s attic damaged several rooms below. We tore out and disposed of all burnt and non-salvageable building materials before we began the fire restoration process.

Hickory Smoke Damage

The wood burning stove was used, and the result was a smoke filled cabin. The Hickory owner was lucky a fire did not burn the building down. SERVPRO technicians, in these situations, can wipe down the walls and deodorize the affected rooms.

Fire Damage – Lebanon Home

Fire damage began in the kitchen of this Lebanon home. One of the windows was broken out in the firefighting effort. SERVPRO was called to remediate the fire damage over the weekend. This window was boarded up waiting for Monday when it could be replaced.

A Well-Done Kitchen in Lebanon After a Fire

The grease fire was mistakenly being doused with water. This failed effort spread  the flames to the rest of the kitchen and destroyed this room. We carted away all the  burnt cabinets, walls, and appliances before we could even begin the fire damage  restoration. Our skilled technicians are well-versed in all aspects of rejuvenating a  structure.

House Fire Damage in Nashville

This home in Nashville suffered from major fire damage accompanied with stubborn soot damage. SERVPRO of Wilson County was on the scene quickly to make it "Like It Never Even Happened". We provided emergency board up services then continued to provide the services needed to complete this project. We handled pack out services, contents cleaning, reconstruction, and move back services. Our technicians are trained and certified in each of these areas helping to seamlessly move from one phase of the restoration to the next. This shortens time to completion and saves money. If you experience an emergency event call SERVPRO of Wilson County 24/7 at (615) 449-5000.