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Water Damage

Water Damage

A toilet leaked on the second story of a town home; and this situation went unchecked for some time. The upstairs and downstairs were completely flooded. The kitchen cabinets were also damaged.

We snapped this picture once the drywall and flooring were removed and are drying the area with our blower.  Once the area is dry, then it would be ready for a contractor to come in and start the rebuilding process.

Structure Fire in Fort Worth, Texas

Structure Fire in Fort Worth, Texas

This is the result from a house fire in Fort Worth, Texas. The owner was amazed that he could not smell a smoke odor when he walked through the door!

After Photo of Fire Damage in Fort Worth, Texas

After Photo of Fire Damage in Fort Worth, Texas

Our crews did an amazing job cleaning after this fire damage.  In addition to drying out the water used in extinguishing the fire, smoke and soot will also be left on surfaces.  We have specialized cleaning tools that assist us in removing soot.  We also have industrial equipment we use to eliminate the smell of smoke from the home.

Thermal Imaging Camera

Thermal Imaging Camera

We used this thermal imaging camera at a job where there was a large water loss at a commercial building.  The camera helps us to pintpoint where water has been seeping when it may not be as visible to the naked eye.  We can use this intelligence to find the root cause of the problem.  Once resolved, we can dry out the area, remove any debris and validate with the thermal imaging camera that the problem has been dealt with and no further damage is expected.

Commercial Water Damage at a University

Commercial Water Damage at a University

Water damage started in the mechanical room and affected two large aerobic rooms, indoor track, and multiple areas on first and second floor.  You'll notice in this picture how we used multiple, high-powered fans to expedite the drying process in these areas.  The goal was to remove the excess water before permanent damage was done to the flooring and track surface, and we were successful.  This saved the university thousands of dollars in replacement costs.

Odor removal

Odor removal

Customer was complaining of an odor smell. Our crew set up our hydroxyl generator to help remove the odor.  The biggest advantage over ozone was that the business was allowed to remain open while dealing with the odor problem.  The odor was something that needed to be addressed, but wasn't so bad that people refused to deal with it while they continued to use the area.  

Residential Storm Damage

Residential Storm Damage

This home was struck by a tornado and suffered water damage throughout.  The high winds smashed through the windows, allowing the rain to come in damaging the furnishings and walls.  Our crews removed the damaged drywall, and furniture; and we continued to leave our blowers in place to remove all the residual moisture.    

Commercial Storm Damage

Commercial Storm Damage

Assisted living facility damaged by freezing weather on the Northeast Coast.  Our group travelled as part of a SERVPRO Storm Team to the Northeast.  In this photo, you can see the standing water present after a pipe burst because of the sub-zero temperatures.  This isn't something we have to face often in Texas, but happens frequently up North.  Pipes that burst are generally under pressure, and quickly flood the area they're in.  A large amount of water can be spilled before there's an opportunity to shut off the main and begin the repair process.

Residential Storm Damage

Residential Storm Damage

Cleanup in progress of residential storm damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.  In this example, our crews have removed water damaged debris.  The flooring and drywall have had to be removed as they were soaked for days.  We were able to save the framing and outside walls by drying out the home quickly and thoroughly once the excess water was removed.