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Fire Damage

When a fire strikes your home or business, it can seem as though it will never be the same again. Not only is the structure of your property damaged, but many personal belongings may also need recovery. We understand the stress and uncertainty you might be experiencing after fire damage, which is why we’re dedicated to helping you back on your feet.

It is essential to choose a company that understands the proper way to restore a property after a fire. At Kelley Klean, we’re a full-service restoration company with experience restoring properties with fire and smoke damage. From handling the water mitigation to cleaning up the soot damage, we can do it all.

You Can Restore Your Property After a Fire

Despite the water damage, soot damage and smoke damage, your property can be restored.

Trained & Licensed

We back our team of trained and licensed professionals with a 5-year workmanship guarantee.


Established in 1986, we have over 35 years of experience cleaning and restoring properties.

Ongoing Communication

Fire damage restoration can be long and complex. We make sure to keep you updated throughout the process.

Mid-Missouri’s Contractor of Choice

Servicing the Columbia, Jefferson City, and Central Missouri areas, we are the proud restoration contractor of choice in the Mid-Missouri area. When you pick up the phone to call Kelley Klean, you are reaching out to over 35 years of cleaning experience.

If an unexpected fire has occurred on your property, give Kelley Klean a call. Established in 1986, we understand the sense of urgency to arrive quickly, provide a competitive quote and start the mitigation process in a timely manner. 

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See How Easy It Is To Transform Your Property After a Disaster

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Our team of technicians will arrive on site and quickly begin removing your salvageable items and taking inventory.

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From soot removal, removing smoke odors and making necessary repairs, we got you covered.

See the Difference

You can return to normal life after we get your approval for the work we performed.

Understanding The Forms Of Fire Damage

The damage caused by a fire is extensive and far-reaching. In addition to the physical damage caused by the fire itself, secondary damage from heat, soot, and smoke can add to the damage, compounding the loss.

Actions To Take After A Fire

Make sure you and those around you are in a safe spot, and the fire is completely gone. Do not attempt to remove or clean any items, building materials or electronics.

In the restoration business, time is key to getting your property restored. When a fire hits your property, you have three forms of damage; water, soot and smoke. With any water damage situation, you only have 24 hours before mold and secondary damage starts to occur. The quicker you give us a call, the faster we can start the mitigation process.

At Kelley Klean, we equip our technicians with the right tools to identify even the water that has migrated beyond what is obvious to the naked eye. We closely and carefully follow the path of water flow and try to identify the actual damage due to water ingress. We also assess the secondary damage to the property due to water leakage.

Whenever possible, unlock windows and doors in the building to air it out.

As soon as your property is available and deemed safe, inventory your belongings in the affected locations as best as you can. Create copies of that list if necessary, and be sure to submit it to your insurance company.

If applicable, clear the refrigerator or the freezer and leave it open. It is advisable to disconnect the refrigerator or the freezer, unload it, and leave it open to allow it to air out in case the electrical system in the building was destroyed because of the fire. By doing this, you prevent food from spoiling.

Do not attempt cleaning until the situation on your property is considered risk-free. Allow the experts to deal with the affected areas of your property first since you could be dispersing more hazardous particulates and thus causing more damage.

As the affected areas dry, we will slowly take equipment out until drying is complete. Depending on the severity of the project this could take as little as three days.

 There are possibilities of an unnoticed short circuit in the device and/or appliance involved. Leave it to the professionals to deem the environment safe and hazard-free.