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Prattville Water Problem in a Building

Prattville Water Problem in a Building

The positioned air movers and dehumidifiers are removing the residual moisture in the air from this office building in Prattville. The tile flooring and vinyl coving helped to minimize the water damage. The key was to prevent the moisture from damaging furnishings and electronic equipment. Fast removal from our SERVPRO team also helped to mitigate damage.

Mold Damage – Prattville Bathroom

Mold Damage – Prattville Bathroom

Mold damage in this Prattville bathroom developed when the caulking hardened around the bathtub and shower area and then cracked. This allowed moisture to seep through to the drywall and studs behind the tile.

Storm Damage – Prattville House

Storm Damage – Prattville House

Storm damage left standing water at this Prattville house that was undergoing a remodeling. SERVPRO was contracted to clean up the water to save the framing that was exposed to the standing water and to disinfect and sanitize the affected surfaces.

Devastating Kitchen Fire in Tallassee

Devastating Kitchen Fire in Tallassee

This type of damage calls for a major fire damage cleanup before any restoration and rebuild can follow. The safety of the workers is paramount to this task, and protective helmets and equipment were worn because of the danger of falling debris. SERVPRO techs come ready to work.

Water Damage – Prattville

Water Damage – Prattville

Water damage in a Prattville home cannot always be seen or felt. That is why SERVPRO of Prattville employs the use of high-tech moisture detection devices to locate hidden moisture.

Commercial Water Damage – Prattville Hotel

Commercial Water Damage – Prattville Hotel

Commercial water damage occurred when the automatic sprinkler system accidently activated and soaked the industrial carpeting in this conference room. We used commercial extractors to clean up the water and then placed air movers and dehumidifiers in place to aid the drying process.

Tallassee Smoke Damaged Home

Tallassee Smoke Damaged Home

The smoke damage to this home in Tallassee was more ruinous that the damage caused by the flames. We discarded charred materials before we could set up ozone machines to remove the odors from this vacated property. We finally completed the service with a thermal fogging to neutralize any hidden smoke particulates.

Mold Damage – Prattville Ceiling

Mold Damage – Prattville Ceiling

Mold damage occurred to the ceiling of this Prattville home due to a roof leak that left the building materials moisture laden. SERVPRO of Prattville was called upon to trace the source of the leak and clean up the mold damage. If mold damage hits your home or commercial facility, call SERVPRO of Prattville 24/7 at (334) 358-1186

Water Damage in Wetumpka

Water Damage in Wetumpka

The water heater was functioning, but the cold water supply had a leak at a joint and dripped water into the catch pan. The house was unoccupied at a time, so the overflow of water wicked up into the porous drywall. Our SERVPRO tech cut out and discarded the non-salvageable material and dried out the area before reinstalling new drywall.

SERVPRO of Prattville Restores Flooded Homes in Houston

SERVPRO of Prattville Restores Flooded Homes in Houston

Crews from SERVPRO of Prattville raced to Houston, joining a compliment from our branch offices at Montgomery and North Lilburn Georgia, in the effort to aid the people of Houston displaced by the city's worst recorded flooding in 200 years! Restoring a home that has been flooded by grossly contaminated stormwater requires unique equipment, products, and technical training. The equipment you see in the photo above is designed to liberate moisture trapped even in dense materials such as concrete, structural wood, and hardwood flooring by hot air circulation, and then removing it from the premises with powerful dehumidifiers. During the five days we were there, we were able to restore the homes of about 50 families in the Houston area, but without the expert assistance of employees like Greg Gasz, our Large Loss Resource Coordinator, it wouldn't have been possible. A special thanks to the crew members who volunteered to spend five days and nights away from family.