Two fire trucks attended a ceiling fire at a home on Cedar Close, Port Macquarie on Wednesday July 11.
The fire is believed to have started in the kitchen exhaust fan.
Fire & Rescue NSW, Port Macquarie attended the scene at around 6.30pm.
A brigade spokesperson said the two trucks were at the scene for about an hour.
"The power was isolated and the fire extinguished, before the area was ventilated and smoke cleared from the house," the spokesperson said.
In other matters attended by the brigade, fire fighters attended a spate of fires on Tuesday July 10.
"We attended Wauchope Street at around 1.15am to reports of several bins being on fire and then a bin fire on the Oxley Highway at around 2.50am.
"There was a car fire reported at around 3.45am on Widderson Street."
Meanwhile the Wauchope brigade attended a motor vehicle accident five kilometres east of Gingers Creek on July 8.