A fire damaged a Belgrade home Friday morning appeared to have started in the basement, officials said.

Belgrade Fire Chief Dan MacKenzie said the department responded around 7:30 a.m. Friday to 906 Oakland Road to fight the fire. Temperatures hovered in the teens in the morning during the blaze.

The residents were able to get out of the two-story home safely, MacKenzie said, and no one was injured.

“It was hard to fight because the home had been remodeled a couple of times,” he said.

MacKenzie said the state fire marshal’s office was on the scene, and the cause of the fire appeared to be accidental.

Early Friday afternoon, the American Red Cross said in a news release that its Disaster Action Team was working with the family of six to make sure they have food, essentials and a safe place to sleep, and the team will also be available to provide financial help and referrals.

Belgrade property records show the home, located on Oakland Road as it runs between Ellis Pond and Messalonskee Lake, belongs to Rose Marie Storm.

In addition to the Belgrade Fire Department, firefighters from Rome, Sidney, Oakland and Waterville helped battle the flames.