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SERVPRO Saves a Phoenix Floor

The dishwasher can spring a leak or a drain hose can crack resulting in gray water covering the wooden floorboards of a Phoenix home. What to do? Fast, call SER... READ MORE

Devasting Fire Damage in Phoenix

Even house fires that consume specific areas of a structure can leave portions of the home intact. Witness the Before Photo, charred remains of a roof and sever... READ MORE

Water Damage – Phoenix Home

Water damage to this Phoenix home was the result of a water line carrying clean water above the ceiling of in the second floor subfloor of this two-story home. ... READ MORE

Phoenix, Water Loss, Business Interruption

When unwanted water floods a call center in the Phoenix area, a significant disruption to business can occur. Downtime is lost revenues and also failed customer... READ MORE

Mold Remediation In Lone Mountain

Mold is very tricky and can only be handled by a professional restoration company. Our crew will respond 24/7 to your mold damage emergency. When we arrive, our... READ MORE

Commercial Mold Damage – Phoenix Offices

Commercial mold damage developed at this downtown Phoenix office building when moisture accumulated inside a wall of the property. The building maintenance staf... READ MORE

Water Damage Restoration In Lone Mountain

Our water damage technicians are available 24/7 to assist you with your disaster. We will respond fast to your emergency which will lessen the damage, limit fur... READ MORE

An Overcooked Kitchen from Fire in Phoenix

When a grease fire is splashed with water for putting out a flare-up rather than baking soda or an ABC type extinguisher (which should always be handy in a kitc... READ MORE

Phoenix Based Galco Flooded--Calls on SERVPRO

This leather-holster fabrication plan in Phoenix suffered flooding from a ruptured water line. The Before Photo illustrates pooling water remaining on the concr... READ MORE

Mold Damage – Lone Mountain Home

Mold damage developed on the walls and baseboard in this Lone Mountain home. The mold was hidden behind a large piece of furniture, so it went undetected until ... READ MORE