Commercial Photo Gallery

Flooding in this office we had to remove

Flooding In the Office

When the water is so deep you have to splash through it, it is definitely time to give us a call. We arrived to this disaster caused by the fire sprinkler system. Here is a crew member walking through it to inspect.

Spraying into the flood cuts for mold

Flood Cuts

After these flood cuts were made and the water was extracted we noticed mold. This required us to treat the area as shown, before closing it up again to prevent further growth in the area. 

drying machines

Office Cleanup

This office called us up with a water damage that just occurred, we sprung into action and began extracting water and setting up drying equipment.. Because of the combined quick response to the situation we were able to clean it all up with no obstacles. 

Office water restoration with drying equipment set up

Commercial Water Damage

We began our extraction process and finished it off with drying the areas as shown here that still had moisture present. The client was extremely happy with the speed we were able to work.

Preparing this job with paper on the floor and plastic on the ceiling

Commercial Preparations

In this hall we made sure to prepare all of the surfaces. This not only prevents scratches and dings to the walls and letting debris out, it also makes cleanup extremely efficient!

HVAC Services

Commercial HVAC Services - HERE TO HELP

As a rule of thumb, commercial HVAC units should be checked at least 2x a year. Ideally, this would be in the Spring and Fall, just before the heaviest demands will be put on the equipment.