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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

When the Kitchen Gets Roasted, Call SERVPRO of Moorhead.

When fire and smoke have damaged your kitchen, you need a remediation team that can also help restore it well. SERVPRO® of Moorhead teams are trained to make the damage from fire and smoke “Like it never even happened.” ®    

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Even when a cooking fire stays limited to the kitchen, its effects spread throughout the house – and we don’t mean just because you might fear cooking.

If something in the kitchen scorches, rather than pushes, the edges of the culinary envelope, call us at SERVPRO of Moorhead. Our services are always open, so don’t worry about the hour or whether it’s a holiday or a weekend. Just call 218-236-7447.

If you hear a voicemail message, we aren’t gone for the day; we aren’t gone at all. Leave a message. Someone will get back to you soon.

Smoke Damage

Smoke damage looks bad, smells bad, and it damages your house and belongings. Have you noticed that a smoky kitchen causes itchy eyes and a cough? That’s because the smoke irritates your eyes and throat. Even after the smoke has cleared enough to stop bothering sensitive human tissues, it remains corrosive to the materials it touches. People (and pets) aren’t out of danger; if you keep smelling smoke, it’s possible the smoke particles are still causing irritation.

Smoke can damage almost any material it touches, even metal. You’ve noticed that smoke rises, so you probably know that smoke travels through the house, following the air currents. Smoke also moves from warmer to cooler areas.

Our Team Members Know How to Remediate the Damage

At SERVPRO of Moorhead, we know where to look for smoke particles, and how to remove different types of smoke.

We also know how to clean the different surfaces. What works to clean upholstery, for example, will not work for wood or for stone.

Among other things, we will:

  • Clean air vents, HVAC
  • Block furniture (to help keep its shape)
  • Clean carpets, other floorings
  • Oversee the restoration of marble, tile, and wood floors
  • Supervise a variety of services to help restore your home
  • Clean furniture, including upholstery
  • Remove damage from belongings
  • Help restore documents and photographs
  • Remove odors
  • Work directly with most insurance companies

Check out the before and after photographs from some of our recent jobs restoring homes after fire damage.

Trivia Break!

The members of the trivia team have been looking through dusty old books, or maybe through non-dusty electronic sources.

The phrase “good riddance” sounds contemporary, but its first published use was in Shakespeare’s play “Troilus and Cressida.”

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