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FSU Storm and Mold Damaged Property

FSU Storm and Mold Damaged Property

The mold growth was the result of a storm that soaked this outbuilding on the FSU campus. Our SERVPRO crew salvaged the flooring, but the drywall was replaced with new paneling after applying a biocide to the wall cavity.

Apartment Fire Damage in Tallahassee

Apartment Fire Damage in Tallahassee

The gas grill on the balcony of this unit in Tallahassee lit up the wooden structure causing significant damage. SERVPRO was called in to clean up the damaged units and remove the smoke residues and odors. We work well with management and insurance companies to expedite the urgent services needed.

Tallahassee Mold Remediation Needed

Tallahassee Mold Remediation Needed

This structure in Tallahassee is in urgent need of mold remediation to prevent further damage and to prepare the place for occupancy. By scraping off the mold stains with HEPA filtered hand vacs to reduce the circulation of mold and spores, our SERVPRO team can ascertain if any demolition is needed to restore this building.

Dirty Storm Water in a Tallahassee Mailroom

Dirty Storm Water in a Tallahassee Mailroom

Heavy storms channeled rainwater, tainted with mud, into this office in Tallahassee. By quickly extracting the water while moving the furnishings to a dry area of the structure the water damage was mitigated. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.

Burnt Garage in Tallahassee

Burnt Garage in Tallahassee

This garage in Tallahassee suffered severe fire damage when oily rags piled up in a corner combusted. It spread rapidly to improperly stored flammable chemicals. Unfortunately, the blaze spread to the kitchen, also. SERVPRO techs started the clean up as soon as the okay was received from the fire marshall.

FSU Area Mold Remediation

FSU Area Mold Remediation

This shiplap wall developed mold due to a lack of ventilation. The moisture buildup produced this mold patch that could be scraped off in the FSU area unit. Count on SERVPRO to get the job done right.

Commercial Water Damage in the FSU Area?

Commercial Water Damage in the FSU Area?

To put a Stop to water emergencies in the FSU vicinity, rely on SERVPRO of North Leon County. Our Applied Structural Drying Technicians have the experience enhanced with best practices methodologies to mitigate any commercial water damage. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster. Our goal is to quickly restore your business or municipal structure to its preloss condition as rapidly as possible, "Like it never even happened." (850) 536-6599

Fire Damage - Bradfordville Garage

Fire Damage - Bradfordville Garage

Fire damage virtually destroyed this Bradfordville garage. If you guessed that there was a gasoline container in the garage, you would be correct. There were also greasy rags on the garage floor along with oil and grease. It just took a cigarette but to begin the disaster.

Small Shop and Mold Damage in Tallahassee

Small Shop and Mold Damage in Tallahassee

This vacant store was ready to be rented but needed a bit of mold remediation to the restroom. The flooring, a commercial grade carpeting selection for a bathroom, was in need of replacing and sanitizing.

Tallahassee Area Flood Damage Relief

Tallahassee Area Flood Damage Relief

SERVPRO of North Leon County has the equipment and training to handle large commercial flooding or water damage emergencies in the Tallahassee area. If your water emergency occurs in a small retail store, FSU building or large hotel,  our experienced team will respond quickly. 
We removed the water and restored this Tallahassee hotel "Like it never even happened!” Call us first for a fast response. 

Mold Damage – Lamonia Home

Mold Damage – Lamonia Home

Mold damage at this Lamonia home was discovered when the dishwasher had to be removed because of a water leak. Mold damage was found behind all of the cabinets. SERVPRO’s products and procedures provided the fix for this awful problem.

Tallahassee Office Building Water Damage Restoration

Tallahassee Office Building Water Damage Restoration

Our challenge was to rapidly remove the standing water from a burst water main that flooded the wood flooring and walls of this office building in Tallahassee. This photo depicts the demolition of the lower water damaged drywall, dried and ready for new installation. We used drying mats with our portable pumps to remove the moisture from within the floor joists and joints of the hardwoods. The management company was very pleased with the results.

Demolition Results from Water Damage in a Commercial Building

Demolition Results from Water Damage in a Commercial Building

The flooded water obviously ruined the flooring and the lower portion of the drywall in this office building. We extracted the water, removed the remaining moisture (also above the drop ceiling) with heaters, air movers, and dehumidifiers. The structural elements were discarded according to local codes, and all was now ready to renovate and rebuild this space. Rely on SERVPRO to keep your business in business.

High winds damage the Albany Museum of Art

High winds damage the Albany Museum of Art

The Albany Museum of Art suffered severe damage from powerful winds recently. The Museum's Director, Paula Williams toured the damage with insurance adjusters and restoration industry professionals. Our very own Clay Kile can be seen on the WALB news story. 

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Museum officials said all of the artwork is secure. When a wind or rain storm hits your Tallahassee area commercial business or home, our experienced team is ready to help. A quick response will help prevent additional damage and reduce your restoration costs. Call SERVPRO of North Leon County first for a fast response.

Received some assistance from some of the local wildlife on this mold remediation in Tallahassee

Received some assistance from some of the local wildlife on this mold remediation in Tallahassee

These two helpers showed up just in time for dinner.

Tallahassee residents are always eager to help their neighbors in their hour of need.  In this case they were too late to help with this mold cleanup job, but they were a great help with Thanksgiving dinner!

Fire Damage – Tallahassee

Fire Damage – Tallahassee

Fire damage restoration in Tallahassee and elsewhere has come a long way. No longer do we just hand wash soot and smoke damaged items from a fire. Pictured is a state of the art ultrasonic workstation. We are able to restore a much greater percentage of damaged items with this process.

Commercial Water Damage – Tallahassee Office

Commercial Water Damage – Tallahassee Office

Commercial water damage occurred at this Tallahassee office server room when a bathroom plumbing failure took place in the adjacent room. The server room required water clean up, water damage repair of the walls, and dehumidification. If water damage impacts your home or commercial facility, call SERVPRO of North Leon County 24/7 at (850) 536-6599. We proudly offer 24-hour emergency service.

Storm Damage – Tallahassee Commercial Generator

Storm Damage – Tallahassee Commercial Generator

Storm damage mitigation sometimes requires operating commercial equipment in the absence of the availability of conventional power. Pictured in a large commercial generator being employed by SERVPRO of North Leon County being used to power the sophisticated equipment needed to handle this water damage project in Tallahassee.

Water Damage – Tallahassee Home

Water Damage – Tallahassee Home

Water damage at this Tallahassee home shows debris on the ceramic tile flooring. The debris is texturing that has fallen from the ceiling. The water damage originated on the floor above soaking the ceiling of this room. The source of the water damage was repaired, and SERVPRO of North Leon County dried the floor and the ceiling.

Water Damage – Lamonia House

Water Damage – Lamonia House

Water damage at this Lamonia home was the result of a roof leak. Water collected above the ceiling of this room until the weight caused the ceiling to collapse. You can see the awful mess of insulation and drywall that resulted from the incident. If your home suffers water damage, call SERVPRO of North Leon County 24/7 at (850) 536-6599.

Water Damage – Meridian Interior House Wall

Water Damage – Meridian Interior House Wall

Water damage occurred when a pipe burst inside an interior wall of this Meridian home. The wood studs and drywall have become soaked. The insulation will have to be removed to allow for sufficient drying of the wood structural elements behind the wall.

Flood Damage – Felkel Bedroom

Flood Damage – Felkel Bedroom

Flood damage left the subflooring structure of this Felkel bedroom damaged beyond restoration. The substrate material will have to be removed and disposed of properly. Then the original subflooring will be exposed and ready for drying. If your home experiences water damage from flooding, call SERVPRO of North Leon County 24/7 at (850) 536-6599.

Water Damage – Tallahassee Flooring

Water Damage – Tallahassee Flooring

Water Damage to this Tallahassee home left standing water throughout the house. This photo shows the floors stripped to the subflooring and ready for drying. Note that the baseboards have been removed and some moisture wicked up the walls. High-tech moisture measuring devices will be employed to determine how to address the moisture on the walls.

Water Damaged Laminate Floor – Lamonia Home

Water Damaged Laminate Floor – Lamonia Home

Shown in this photo is water damage to a "laminate" floor. The foreground shows a section of laminate flooring that has been removed and turned over to demonstrate that water has gotten under the laminate. This type of finished flooring product is composed of engineered wood and can almost never be saved. It will be removed and discarded.

Water Damage – Meridian Home’s Wood Flooring

Water Damage – Meridian Home’s Wood Flooring

SERVPRO of North Leon County was called in on this job to look at the crawlspace beneath the flooring. The owners were showing us where their icemaker line had leaked water all over the floors that had been in this house since the fifties. The floors had cupped pretty badly, and the homeowners had already called someone in to rip out the floors. I told them I thought I could save the floors, and they told me they wanted me to try. The close-up picture is showing the cupping that had already taken place.