Removing damaged cabinets during fire restoration
Hopefully, you will never have the opportunity to personally experience a fire in your home or business. Fires can be quite frightening. Fires can get out of control quickly and cause much damage.
The process to recover from a fire damage, however is a fairly slow and painstaking journey. In this kitchen fire in Tulsa, thankfully, no one was injured. While the smoke effects were more widespread, and the water from extinguishing the fire were far-reaching, the actual fire damage was mainly contained to the kitchen. To properly restore this damaged kitchen, appliances and cabinets needed to be removed. The elements that were able to be restored were thoroughly cleaned and deodorized. The structure and contents that were not restorable were replaced. The SERVPRO of Greater Broken Arrow team was able to extract, dry and restore in order to assist the resident's life to get back to normal.