Fire Damage Photo Gallery


Safety Tips for Fire Pits

1. Make sure the fire pit is at least 20 feet away from any structures.

2. Do not use fire pit under any covered area such as tree branches or roof. 

3. Keep fire pit off of flammable materials. 

4. Do not use lighter fluid to start a fire, instead use a fire starter log. 

5. Never leave fire pit unattended. 

6. Avoid wearing baggy clothes. 

7. Extinguish fire using water. Move the remaining logs and ashes around with a shovel to make sure everything is wet. 

Side of SERVPRO truck

SERVPRO of University City's Green Fleet

At SERVPRO of University City we strive to get your job done quickly and efficiently so you can get back to normal life. We understand the travesty that is associated with fire and water damage so we do everything in our power to keep remediation as stress-free as possible. Keep us in mind when something out of the ordinary like fire and water damage happens to you. 

Owner, Vince Fabiani, and PM,José Salas


Owner, Vince Fabiani, and PM,José Salas, getting their hard hats to go into a severely damaged pool complex.  Sheet metal has been falling from the charred roof all afternoon from the wind.  At SERVPRO, we take safety very seriously!

House on fire

Here Are Some Tips To Prevent House Fires

Some Tips from Traveler's Insurance Agency...

  • Check the electrical cords throughout your home for signs of fraying, and replace all frayed wires.
  • Do not pinch or cover electrical cords with items such as rugs.
  • Be aware of the capacity of your home's electrical system. Do not overload your circuits. If you have questions about your home's electrical system, you may want to consult a licensed electrician.
  • Understand the difference between surge protectors and power strips—both allow you to plug in multiple electronic devices, but only the surge protector will help protect these devices from a power spike. Use surge protectors to protect valuable electronic devices, such as computers and televisions.
Emergencies Don't Wait For Holidays

Fire can happen at anytime

An emergency can occur at any time. SERVPRO of University City is always here to help. As a 24/7 emergency service, we make sure we are available to you in your greatest time of need. Give us a call at 215-877-6653 when you suffer a fire or water damage loss. 

Firefighters arrive to kitchen fire

Preventing Fires in the Kitchen

1. Do not wear loose fit clothing

2. keep appliances serviced and unplug when not in use

3. Install a smoke detector close, but not inside, the kitchen

4. Do not microwave metal objects

5. Do not cook on a dirty stove

6. Always be in view and pay attention to what you are cooking

7. Keep flammable objects away from stovetop