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black soot attic from fire, trusses, and sheathing

Bloomingdale Attic Fire Damage

The charring in this Bloomingdale attic, though it looks significant, can be remedied without demolition. SERVPRO can utilize dry ice blasting to remove the soot and slightly charred surfaces of the trusses and sheathing and then replace the vapor barriers.

removed wallboard, duct and air scrubbers, polly sheeting

Fish Hawk Water Damage Mitigation

The Photo illustrates the lengths that SERVPRO techs go to for mitigating water damage from a broken plumbing line in the attic. The flood cuts and vapor barrier isolate the water-damaged room as the air scrubber ports to the exterior odors and moisture.

mold many colors on wall

Durant Mold Damage Remediation Needed

This house in Durant was unoccupied for several weeks during the off-season. The moisture accumulated in the wall and fueled dormant mold spores to germinate. SERVPRO can cut out the damaged section of the drywall, spray an antimicrobial agent, and close up the wall, "Like it never even happened."

water stained acoustic tiles in the office

Boyette Water Damaged Ceiling

The drop-ceiling in this Boyette office building suffered water damage from a leak in the Pex line running through the attic. SERVPRO responded in the morning, repaired the line, and replaced the several water-damaged ceiling tiles. "Like it never even happened."

crawlspace, air mover duct

Fish Hawk Crawlspace Drying

The Photo illustrates SERVPRO's expertise at rigging air movers with a flexible duct to facilitate the drying of a storm-damaged crawlspace in a Fish Hawk home. Rapid drying and decontamination can mitigate the flooding effects and minimize the replacement of insulation.

blackened soot pedestal and mirror in a bathroom

Boyette Bathroom Fire Damage

The soot and water-stained bathroom in this Boyette bathroom needs specialized detergents and tools that SERVPRO can provide for a fire damage restoration service. When completed, our clients can feel "Like it never even happened."

water leaking from ceiling break

Bloomfield Leaking Ceiling

The water damage cause is rain that entered the attic and broke through the drywall paneled ceiling. SERVPRO techs can punch holes in the material to relieve pressure and allow the water to drain quickly. This also reduces the replacement amount. First, we discard, then we dry, and spray with an antimicrobial.

white efflorescence on the block, dirt in crawl space

Fish Hawk Crawlspace Service

SERVPRO identifies this Fish Hawk crawlspace as moisture-laden, as shown by the efflorescence on the cinder block foundation wall. Mold spores are ready to germinate, which can damage the joists. We can install a dehumidifier along with an encapsulation service to rectify the dampness.

pooling water in a corridor of office

Fish Hawk Office Flooding

The clean water covering the flooring in this Fish Hawk office required rapid removal to mitigate the water damage. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster; SERVPRO arrived and suctioned out the standing water before wicking caused damage to the carpet, trim work, and wallpapered drywall.

concrete pad, flood cuts, showing framing

Bloomingdale Flood Restoration

Our SERVPRO crew minimized the deconstruction of this Bloomingdale property with "flood cuts." We can remove and discard the wallboard, then spray the interior voids with an antimicrobial product. Once dried, we can then complete the build back.

sooty deposits on wall

Bloomingdale Fire and Water Damage

The walls and ceiling in this Bloomingdale home are coated with sticky soot mixed in with the water used for extinguishing the blaze. SERVPRO technicians can use special chemical sponges and pretest with various cleaners to remove the bulk of the fire damaging deposits. The purpose is to minimize any demolition of building materials.

holes and water damage in the ceiling

Fish Hawk Ceiling Leak

The water damage in the ceiling of this Fish Hawk home resulted from a PEX line that burst inside the attic. Our SERVPRO team can remove the water-damaged drywall panels, dry out the exposed void, and build back the ceiling.