Kitchen Fire

Kitchen Fire

In this case a stove fire scorches a kitchen, leaving the rest of the structure intact. The challenge in this situation is to mitigate the extensive odor and soot throughout the rest of the structure. Working with our mitigation partners at Servpro, we cleaned the otherwise undamaged contents of the home and removed all residual odor.


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