Fire Damage

Experiencing a fire at your home or business can be a frightening and sobering experience. Is it safe to enter? Is it safe to breathe? What can be saved, what has to be cleaned? What is insurance going to cover? What about the water damage from the fire department? Where do I start? These are questions that are best handled by a restoration contractor and your insurance adjuster.

What makes a contractor a ‘Restoration’ company is that they are certified by the IICRC for the special knowledge and processes needed to safely and efficiently deal with the aftermath of a loss with fire and smoke damage. Improper treatment by untrained contractors can lead to pervasive odors and structural issues arising in the future.

Arrow Service Team has members on staff who are certified in Fire and Smoke Restoration, Water damage, Mold damage, Carpet and Upholstery cleaning and even a Master Textile Restorer.

This was a one room house Arrow built for training purposes

This was a one room house Arrow built for training purposes


  • Board up property to secure against vandalism, theft and weather

  • Inventory and pack out damaged contents to be cleaned

  • Rebuild structure to as good or better condition

  • Clean smoke and soot and counteract odors


  • Weather - lighting strikes, forest or grass fires

  • Grease - cooking fires, protein fires

  • Electrical - short circuits, failed appliances

  • Dryers - electrical or dirty lint traps

  • Smoke and soot - present at any fire

  • Accidental from candles, cigarettes
    or automobiles in the garage


  • Ozone Treatment

  • Cleaning and Fogging HVAC

  • Hydroxyl odor removal

  • Vapor Shark odor counteractant