Fire Damage Photo Gallery


This was the aftermath of a classroom in Glendale, CA. When we arrived to the location it still had a scent of smoke. The owner was pleased with us that we finished up in a week.

Classroom Caught on Fire

This was the after picture of the classroom that got caught on fire. when we arrived to the school. There was damages on the whiteboard and materials. The owner was very impressed after we cleaned up the damages and thanked us for our hard work.

Soot in attic after fire

This house suffered extensive fire damage. We provided high quality mitigation and remediation services to clean up and return this home to preloss condition. SERVPRO of Central Glendale provides fast, effective, and efficient restoration services to residents and businesses throughout Los Angeles.

Glendale House Fire

Investigators are looking into what caused a house fire in Glendale Friday morning, authorities say.

Glendale firefighters responded to reports of a blaze in the 2600 block of Bogue Drive at around 9:50 a.m., and the fire was subsequently extinguished. Glendale police spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot said the home’s occupants were away at the time of the fire, and no injuries were reported.

After a fire like this, it is hard to cope with all the loss. If the tenants are able to save anything from the home, it is important that they don't go in. Professionals are the ones who would go in prepared, with the right uniform and face masks, to recover left over items. 

La Tuna Canyon Fire

A fast-moving brush fire grew to 3,000 acres in the Verdugo Mountains on Saturday morning, threatening homes and keeping the 210 Freeway closed.

Hundreds of firefighters battled the blaze overnight and into the morning. At one point, the flames were spreading in four directions at once amid intense heat and wild winds. As of 5 a.m., no homes had been lost and no injuries had been reported, officials said.

Soot in Attic

This is what the aftermath of a fire looks like. Exposure to smoke and soot during fire restoration may occur via the skin and eyes, inhalation, and ingestion. In situations such as this one, our crew goes in to clean up the ash and other hazardous material. The smoke is cleaned off walls along with the smell, which can also harm your health.