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Water Damage in a Retail Store in Fort Worth, TX

Water Damage in a Retail Store in Fort Worth, TX

When the utility drains backed up in this store, the manager called SERVPRO as soon as she realized the problem was more than her staff could handle. We were on-site quickly, and the business was open again the next day.

Mold Damage in a Breakroom in Haslet, TX

Mold Damage in a Breakroom in Haslet, TX

At a local business, an ongoing slow leak under the breakroom sink caused mold damage to the cabinet and wall. Our technicians removed the non-restorable cabinet and wall. In less than a week, the breakroom was ready for reconstruction.

Storm Damage on July 4th in Fort Worth

Storm Damage on July 4th in Fort Worth

A thunderstorm caused major storm damage to a hotel in Fort Worth on July 4th. Our crews are available 24 hours a day 365 days a year. We immediately arranged for temporary repairs and set up drying equipment inside the affected the rooms. The hotel had as little disruption as possible.

Water Damage at a Large Church in Azle, TX

Water Damage at a Large Church in Azle, TX

When a large church had a major water leak on a Sunday morning, our crews immediately arrived on site and began extracting water and setting up drying equipment. The drying was complete in 5 days and the church was ready for contractors to repair drywall and some older flooring.

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.