Photo Gallery

Angel Figurines Before & After

Angel Figurines Before & After

Angel's displayed - One post restoration , one pre-restoration. Illustrating the capabilities of our office to save some items that most would deem unsalvageable. Sometimes making it "Like it never even happened."

Before & After Console Player

Before & After Console Player

Photo taken at the halfway point to illustrate the difference between pre and post cleaning of a heavily smoke damaged item. Making it "Like it never even happened." , whenever possible.

Before & After Console Player 2

Before & After Console Player 2

Photo taken at the halfway point to illustrate the difference between pre and post cleaning of a heavily smoke damaged item. Slightly further along in to the restoration/cleaning process.

Making it rain...

Making it rain...

If the conditions are right, and your water damage is not handled in a timely manner. You can literally "make it rain" inside. The dew point (dew point temperature or dewpoint) is the temperature at which dew forms and is a measure of atmospheric moisture. It is the temperature to which air must be cooled at constant pressure and water content to reach saturation.

Small leak...Big problem

Small leak...Big problem

Even a small leak can lead to a large problem. In fact sometimes the small leaks are the ones that go unnoticed for longer periods of time, and do the most damage. Rotting wood, encouraging mold growth, deteriorating floor coverings and many other unwanted consequences.

Unwatched home

Unwatched home

This home that wasn't watched while it's owners were away for the winter quickly went from a simple water damage to a full blown mold remediation/tear out situation. This could have been avoided by winterizing the home and/or shutting off the water sources before leaving for an extended period of time.

Mushrooms

Mushrooms

If the conditions are right ( moisture/food source/temperature) ,mushrooms have been known to sprout from the floor in water damaged homes that are not found and mitigated in a timely manner.

Saturation Point (Dew Point)

Saturation Point (Dew Point)

The dew point is the temperature at which the water vapor in a sample of air at constant barometric pressure condenses into liquid water at the same rate at which it evaporates. At temperatures below the dew point, water will leave the air. The condensed water is called dew when it forms on a solid surface.

This fan shows the byproduct of an indoor environment being at "saturation". The fan blades absorbed as much moisture as they could hold...until the point that their own weight caused them to sag.

Storm Aftermath

Storm Aftermath

Basement after a winter thaw and storm , leading to flooding throughout the area. In this specific basement the water got so high , that the couch tried to float out an Egress window.

Vehicles

Vehicles

Fleet of vehicles available to service your loss at most any time day or night , rain or shine. (Not available to be shown in photo - SERVPRO green Chevrolet HHR marketing vehicle)

Warehouse

Warehouse

Outside perspective on the sheer volume of size available in our warehouse for storage of contents and other belongings , while they are awaiting cleaning and/or restoration. It is no problem to store your items for you while awaiting the completion of your home after a devastating loss.

Warehouse

Warehouse

Over 8000 sf warehouse space available to store contents after a fire , water , mold or any other type of loss that may occur. Secure premises and fully climate controlled storage space.