Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Upper Duplex Fire Causes Lower Unit Trouble

The day after Christmas was not a happy one for a local area woman.  She was sharing her duplex with a gentleman upstairs, who accidentally caused a fire affecting the whole home.  

After contacting SERVPRO of La Crosse County, we worked with the homeowner to get her belongings taken care of.  The city had decided to raze the home due to the hoard that had been accumulated on the inside and only gave the homeowner six weeks to get it emptied.

Your #WeAreLocal GREEN team worked many hours to get through the extreme amount of "stuff".  We hit our timeline goal with a few days to spare.  

Emergency Board Up Services

SERVPRO of La Crosse County has the capability to respond immediately following a fire in order to perform emergency board up services.  We do this to secure the damaged property and to keep any secondary damages from occurring.

A Cooking Fire Affects a Whole Home

January can be rough and tough in Wisconsin. To make it worse, a local homeowner had a cooking fire.  Not only did the fire destroy the kitchen, but there was smoke and soot damage throughout the entire home including the basement.  SERVPRO responded quickly and to help make this traumatic ordeal "Like it never even happened."

Laptop Causes Fire

A laptop caught fire in a student housing apartment.  SERVPRO performed the board up for the owner and then came back and did clean up for the entire building. SERVPRO worked closely with the owner and the insurance adjuster to make sure everything was done in a timely fashion.  

Fire Causes a Store to Close

A furnace plume was the cause of a fire in a small town's only gas station/convenience store.  It did severe damage to the entire building.  SERVPRO of La Crosse responded quickly.  They were able to inventory all of the merchandise, remove debris, and do a thorough cleaning and even helped with the rebuild.  Check out the before and after pics on this website.

Certifications/Training

Even our marketing representatives attend IICRC classes.  Heidi P. went to Indiana to attend the Restoration Academy's Fire/Smoke Restoration Technician class.  The Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification is found in 25 countries throughout the world and set the standards for our industry.