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Ft. Lauderdale Fire Damaged Bedroom

Ft. Lauderdale Fire Damaged Bedroom

Certain stored chemicals and products stored in the attic crawl space can lead to fire as depicted in this photo. Prevent fire damage to your Ft. Lauderdale property by taking intelligent preventative steps. Ask SERVPRO about our ERP Program to help protect our neighbors.

Soaked Ft Lauderdale Office

Soaked Ft Lauderdale Office

Broken pipes closed down office operations quite frequently in Ft. Lauderdale. SERVPRO technicians arrive within 4 hours to extract the water, mitigate damage, and get the office staff back to work."Like it never even happened."

Movie Boutique Damaged by a Storm

Movie Boutique Damaged by a Storm

The tropical storm sent strong winds in the attic structure resulting in a collapse of portions of the ceiling. We immediately arrived and placed tarps over the damaged roof area before beginning the cleanup of the theater lounges and floor.

Ft. Lauderdale Condo Flooding

Ft. Lauderdale Condo Flooding

The driving storm drenched the kitchen area with water that was allowed to stand for about three days. The call to remove the water and restore the condo was done by a Good Samaritan neighbor. The owner was very satisfied with the final restoration.

Grease Fire Does Damage in Ft. Lauderdale

Grease Fire Does Damage in Ft. Lauderdale

The flames from the oily skillet fire spread enough to deposit a thick residue of soot on the ceilings and walls. The homeowner requested that we remove the upper cabinets and range for replacement with new items. We dry sponged the stained walls and then painted a special primer in preparation for a finish coat.

Water Seepage Leads to Mold Damage

Water Seepage Leads to Mold Damage

The caulking failed to prevent the penetration of shower water into the wall behind the tiles in the bathtub area. The green board was salvageable after a good scrubbing and application of an antifungal agent. We replaced the tiles the following day, with new caulking, naturally.

Water Leak from the Heater Causes a Flood

Water Leak from the Heater Causes a Flood

The coupling gave way on the supply line, and the water covered the floor and soaked the baseboards. We removed the water and tossed the old carpeting. The air movers and dehumidifiers dried out the water damaged area before we started the restoration.