Wilmington Burnt Kitchen
The cooking fire in this Wilmington home severely damaged the range and the wall cabinets. The first photo depicts the kitchen after the initial cleanup had been completed. It is necessary to dispose of non-salvageable elements according to local codes. Money can be saved, along with time, if the ceilings and walls can be wiped down, primed with an odor retardant product, and then finished with a final coat. Hydroxyl generators can capture smoky, odorous particles circulating within the structure while setting up containment barriers to also limit the movement of bad air. SERVPRO of New Hanover has the talent and the equipment to restore a fire damaged home as shown in these pictures. With planning and effort a full renovation can provide an even better and more efficient kitchen. Need help? Call (910) 762-8180.