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Thermal Imaging

The Daumier experienced a water loss that affected multiple floors. One of our more resourceful tools, FLIR, a thermal imaging camera that provides a visual moisture map. FLIR allowed our technicians to navigate through the loss site at a faster pace when determining our scope of work. 

Team of quality

Nothing is more valuable than accountability and the willingness to literally go the extra mile. Our team exceeded just that! Daniel Bechtel has been with us for 5 years and Richard Macias 9 years, We are so fortunate to have real team players that have a sense of urgency when it comes to helping others.
 They bring a great balance of enthusiasm and dependable leadership skills. We could not be more grateful! 

Ceilings and Walls

This is photograph is of the Thomas Aquinas College, Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel.

Ceilings and walls are exposed to dirt and dust, pet dander, cooking oils and grease, cigarette smoke, and other contaminants. In this particular case it was exposed to ash from the wild fire breakout.

Your heating and air conditioning system can distribute these contaminants throughout your property. Learn more about air duct and HVAC cleaning.

Using SERVPRO’s time-tested and industry-approved steps, along with our proprietary cleaning products and methods, we strive to restore your ceilings and walls without the need to repaint or refinish and to help the entire property smell fresh.

Walk into a flooded building?

Any and all kind of disasters are no fun to deal with, but it is an additional financial hit for business's. At times a disaster could lead to closing off partial areas or complete close down. Here is a before and after photo of a business building that was found flooded. 

Safety Crew 2020-2021

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Together we are Action Heroes

Water damage

Wet Bathroom Ceiling

This photo is the aftermath of water damage to a bathroom ceiling. It is important to address any stains and or leaks as soon as possible as the chances of saving and drying materials in place are greater.