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Smoke Coating in Irwindale

Smoke Coating in Irwindale

The peeled back carpet runner illustrates the quantity of smoke and soot deposited on the tile floor of this Irwindale home. The area was isolated from the rest of the house, HEPA filtered vacuums, wet cleaning of the carpet, and hydroxyl generators to remove the smoke from the air were in play. SERVPRO can handle any type of fire and smoke damage.

A Flooded Glendora Medical Building Gets the SERVPRO Treatment

A Flooded Glendora Medical Building Gets the SERVPRO Treatment

Our applied structural drying technicians were recently on-site treating this commercial building. The category one water damage restricted critical functionality on two floors of this medical center. Our SERVPRO of Azusa / Covina team members pitched in and worked 'round the clock ' to mitigate the losses and dry out the structure. We know how to operate and make it "Like it never even happened."

Mold Growth in an Azusa Closet

Mold Growth in an Azusa Closet

Poor ventilation leads to a moisture buildup which in turn develops into a mold patch spreading in this walk-in closet. Demolition of severe infestations is preferable that to scrape and clean the surfaces. An anti-fungal spray into the open cavity completes the remediation before repairing the wall.

Storm Damage to an Azusa Basement

Storm Damage to an Azusa Basement

This game room in Azusa was storm damaged from water seepage from the exterior groundwater. Carpets can be dried with portable extractors, and furnishing moved around to prevent secondary water damage. The block cells should be checked with moisture sensors to detect residual water in the hollow cells.

Water Damage – Covina

Water Damage – Covina

Water damage in Covina cannot always be seen by the eye or felt. Hidden pockets of moisture can be seen by SEERVPRO’s hi-tech infrared cameras. We need to know where the pockets of moisture are to dry them and we need to know when they are dry.

Commercial Sewage Backup – Covina

Commercial Sewage Backup – Covina

Commercial sewage backup at this Covina retail store public restroom was a mess. Professional mitigation is important as there are multiple issues to deal with. The source needs discovering and rectified. The black water needs extracted. The affected areas need to be cleaned and sanitized. The odor needs addressed. All of these issues needs to be addressed quickly since it is a public facility. SERVPRO of Azusa / Covina was the logical choice to handle this disaster.

Mold Infestation in Covina

Mold Infestation in Covina

Mold developed inside the wall that you see opened up in this Covina property. A slow leak provided sufficient moisture for the dormant mold spores to grow into a large fungi colony. We fixed the leak, dried out the area, and then applied antimicrobial protects before buttoning up the wall.

Storm Restoration in Covina

Storm Restoration in Covina

Our team arrived and removed all the standing water from this commercial structure in Covina. We gutted the drywall to the two-foot level to economize on the installation of new material. The focus was to dry and verify the concrete pad, critical to a lasting storm damage restoration. Rely on us to keep your business in business.

Azusa Fire Damage Control

Azusa Fire Damage Control

When a significant fire ravaged the bedroom in this Azusa home, the heat and action broke the glass windows and destroyed the trim. Our SERVPRO technicians proceeded the demolition needed to prepare the house for fire damage restoration. We boarded up the exposed openings to keep out the elements: weather, vermin, and vandals.

Saving a Water Damaged Floor in Covina

Saving a Water Damaged Floor in Covina

One of SERVPRO's specialized tools is the suction mat which will suck water from the cracks in the joints of slat flooring. Hidden moisture will warp and cup the true wood flooring if all the moisture is not removed. This device saves many a homeowner money and aggravation to replace a floor. Rely on us, SERVPRO of Azusa/Covina for water damaging problems by calling (626) 387-4111.