Fire Damage Photo Gallery

Cleaning up after a fire

SERVPRO of Leavenworth and NW Wyandotte County knows that in the immediate days after your home or business suffers a fire damage it can seem next to impossible to imagine your property getting cleaned and put back together. Luckily SERVPRO employs specialists with years of experience to help clean almost anything. Visit our Before/After Photo Gallery to see some of our work!

Fire Damage

Fires can be not only physically but emotionally damaging as well. SERVPRO of Leavenworth and NW Wyandotte County understands that cleaning up after a fire is a delicate process. We employ specialists with years of experience to help get your home back to normal and make the process as easy as possible. 

Fire Clean Up

SERVPRO of Leavenworth & NW Wyandotte County performs structure cleans for fire clean up. Sometimes there is minimal damage during a fire and sometimes it is more extensive. Whether it is wiping off walls or doing a partial rebuild SERVPRO of Leavenworth & NW Wyandotte County can help! 

Fire Safety

SERVPRO of Leavenworth & NW Wyandotte County holds continuing education classes to help keep everyone informed. Recently we teamed up with a local fire house to demonstrate fire safety. Here is controlled burn of a simulated bedroom. We were able to show how a fire burns and the damage afterwards.

Sound the Alarm!

Recently our Marketing Manager Paul Goode joined the American Red Cross' Sound the Alarm campaign. 

Volunteer participants canvass at-risk neighborhoods and install free smoke alarms, replace batteries in existing alarms, and educate families about fire prevention and safety.

In just four years, these efforts have saved hundreds of lives and made hundreds of thousands of households safer.


On October 8th 2013 Park University’s Alumni Hall suffered smoke damage from a fire on the 3rd floor. Alumni Hall is used as the University’s theater building and suffered smoke damage to a total of 12,500 SF. Extensive cleaning and deodorization was performed on all 4 floors of the building. High ceilings in the theater needed to be cleaned as well as thousands of costumes; a special thermal fogging unit was used in order to apply an airborne pairing agent to the structure to neutralize every square inch of area in the building. Walls on the 3rd floor of the building had several generations of wall art from theater students; by using special cleaning methods SERVPRO was able to save a significant amount of these artifacts of Park University’s theater program.