Fire Damage Restoration
Smoke damage after a fire in a townhouse.
Fires can happen when you least expect them to. In this case, the family was out of the home when an electrical fire sparked in the kitchen and began to spread throughout the home. While the HVAC system was running, soot blew through the rest of the home, blackening everything in sight. When the family was finally notified, the fire department had done all they could do to put the flames out. Thankfully, SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville was there that moment to help with removal of contents and begin protocol immediately. Making sure this family was back in their home safe and sound was our goal! Proper wipe down and rebuild of the property went underway as our professionals worked around the clock to restore not only this home, but this family's peace of mind. A job well done.
It's important to make sure that fittings, seals, pipes, etc. are inspected thoroughly to prevent issues such as water damage.
The bathtub overflow drain can be the cause of a leak, even though it is not the first place you'd usually suspect. A water stain in the ceiling below a bathroom is often the first sign of a problem with a tub overflow drain. If that is the case, make sure to contact a licensed and trained professional such as SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville to fix the issue. Our technicians source out the problem and fix the surrounding areas affected by water damage. It's not a fun experience dealing with any type of unexpected home repair, or disaster. However, SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville helps alleviate your stress and turn your home back to a comfortable and functional space. While catching the problem early, it saves time and money. Give us a call today if you believe your home has any water damage issues (386)-447-2202.
Where is all this water coming from?
Is this something you've experienced before? "Why is my dishwasher leaking, where is it coming from?" There are many questionable factors for why a dishwasher is leaking. One thing is for certain, it's best to address issues quickly, before other damages occur. The cause and extent of the leak will determine whether you need professional repairs. However, calling in a professional in the long run, will save you time and money. You never know where the water is coming from. Could be the machine, a pipe, a hose, etc? At that point, it's hard to determine how long the water has actually been damaging the surrounding areas. That's why it's important to call SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville for any of your water damage assessments. We will find where the water is coming from, and restore your house back into a functional home. We're here for you.. 24/7, 365!
Driving through the Aftermath of a Storm
When the flood waters rise, so do we.
Floods rank as one of the most common and widespread natural disasters in the United States. Did you know on average, floods cost $6 billion in annual losses in the U.S? That's an insane amount! Whether you live near a coastline, along city streets, in the mountains, near a river, or even in the desert, there is a potential for suffering flood damage. With over 40 years of experience, SERVPRO franchise professionals have restored flood damaged homes and businesses from coast to coast. SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville is trained and equipped to handle the largest storms and the highest flood waters. If a flood does strike your home, or business, give SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville a call. Even minor floods have the potential to cause major damage to a structure when not treated quickly and properly. We are prepared to handle any size disaster and any overwhelming cleanup.
No business is too big, or too small for our SERVPRO cleanup and restoration team.
When it comes to your cleaning and restoration needs, SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville provides quality cleaning and quick response. We keep you in mind, ensuring your business can get back into operation as quickly as possible. Our franchise professionals can also provide an itemized, area-by-area loss inventory to help with content inventory claims. When dealing with a fire, or water loss it is extremely important to help recover and save documents and information pertaining to your business. We understand the fragile state when a commercial business suffers a loss, but that's what we're here for; to reduce business interruptions and recovery costs. Through it all, you expect the most reliable information with the very best service, providing you with the comfort of around the clock service. 24/7- 365- that's the SERVPRO way.
Aftermath of Storm Damage
This house boat and yacht suffered significant damage during strong winds.
Powerful winds are one of the many deadly forces during a storm, or hurricane. However, the greatest threat to life actually comes from water. A storm surge is a dangerous event, where furious winds swirling around the hurricane, are driving deadly flows of water from our seas to the shores. This combined with the normal tides, can increase the water level by 30 feet or more! Having a storm surge can severely erode beaches and coastal highways. The pounding waves can take out boats and buildings, as you can see in the picture. As the water moves inland, rivers and lakes may be affected, and add to the damage from rising flood levels. While we can’t prevent storm surge, we do have a system that can warn us of the incoming threat. When a hurricane slams our coast, it’s important to be aware of all the dangers. Don’t take unnecessary risks during a storm. Conditions can change in the blink of an eye. It's important to know your evacuation routes, and where to go.
Mold Remediation in New Smyrna Beach
Mold taking over this vacant New Smyrna Beach home.
What happens when a vacant house has water intrusion? Unfortunately, this is what happens. Mold spores can start to grow with a time span of only 24 to 48 hours. Houses offer an ample food supply for mold to grow because of the drywall, wood, insulation, and paper. When these materials become damp or wet, settled spores can begin to grow into mold. Depending on the type of mold, it may colonize, or begin to spread, in 1 to 12 days. Luckily, the right team was called out to do the job! SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville worked hard to make sure this mold was remediated, quickly and safely. If you believe there is a possibility of mold in your home, or business, call us today at (386)-447-2202. "Like it never even happened."
Water Damage in Cocoa Beach Business
This medical facility had an unexpected sprinkler system failure overnight.
Has your sprinkler system been inspected lately? When it comes to your commercial sprinkler system, prevention is key for any type of disaster. Make sure your sprinkler system is functional before the dangerous weather hits and there is a possibility of a pipe breaking. Disasters occur unexpectedly, so it's important to have someone you know and trust, be there for you 24/7 during any kind of disaster. That's where SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville comes to the rescue! Not only were we able to mitigate the water quickly, but the business had a SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile at hand to know where to shut off the water supply and exactly who to call. This saved time and money, which any business will tell you.. is the key to reopening! To find out how to get your Emergency Ready Profile today, call SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville at (386)-447-2202.
Mold Remediation-Air Duct Cleaning
Mold Remediation in Air Duct Cleaning
Inspecting your HVAC system and duct work can lead to unhealthy discoveries. However, SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville can save you money and provide a peace of mind to your health. In the picture above, our SERVPRO professionals addressed the air quality concerns with the homeowner on mold growth throughout their ducts. Luckily, we were able to restore the HVAC system and duct work to pre-damage conditions; as you can see in the before and after photos. Keeping the HVAC system and duct work clean can potentially extend the life span of the equipment by allowing it to operate at peak conditions. This will also help to eliminate the odors and contaminants throughout your home. Help protect your health and your property from ventilation and air quality issues by giving SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach- Titusville a call today!
Protecting from Edgewater Floods
Protect your Edgewater home or business before the worst happens.
There are several times throughout the year when there is potential for flooding. Examples would be spring storms at high tide with heavy rain fall for a long period of time, summer hurricanes with storm surge, and the winter storms with quick heavy rain that can cause flash flooding. Please read below on how to be prepared and how to stay safe during a flood emergency.
What you can do before the flood
- Know your flood risk.
- Make a flood emergency plan.
- Build or restock your emergency preparedness kit, including a flashlight, batteries, cash, and first aid supplies.
- Consider buying flood insurance.
- Familiarize yourself with local emergency plans. Know where to go and how to get there should you need to get to higher ground, the highest level of a building, or to evacuate.
- Stay tuned to your phone alerts, TV, or radio for weather updates, emergency instructions, or evacuation orders.
Basic Flood Safety Tips:
- Turn Around, Don’t Drown! ®
- Avoid walking or driving through flood waters.
- Just 6 inches of moving water can knock you down, and 2 feet of water can sweep your vehicle away.
- If there is a chance of flash flooding, move immediately to higher ground. Flash floods are the #1 cause of weather-related deaths in the US.
- If floodwaters rise around your car but the water is not moving, abandon the car and move to higher ground. Do not leave the car and enter moving water.
- Avoid camping or parking along streams, rivers, and creeks during heavy rainfall. These areas can flood quickly and with little warning. Please visit Ready.gov for more information on how to stay prepared for all types of emergencies!
Our region is an area that has flooded in the past, and has the potential to flood again the future. It is extremely important to know how to stay safe during a flood emergency, and also how to prepare in advance of a flood.
Please visit Ready.gov for more information on how to stay prepared for all types of emergencies! To protect your business before the worst happens, call us at 386-447-2202, or visit us online at SERVPRONSB-Titusville.com