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Making A Difference

After one of our production managers returned from assisting during Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas, he said he would never forget driving through the flooded neighborhoods and seeing the devastation all around him. He said that it was an honor to assist and get homeowners on their feet after that horrible catastrophe.

Oops, You Missed a Spot!

Do you think you are seeing mold in your bathroom? Well, bathrooms contain the perfect environment for mold, there is a lot of moisture, warmth and poor ventilation. If you don’t know how to handle the cleanup up process, call a professional. SERVPRO of Decatur can help you take care of the problem.

Water Damage and Mold

If you ever experience a water damage, and the water restoration process was not done properly, mold can start spreading under your floor boards and up the walls very quickly. Be sure to check for signs of mold growth if you had a leaky appliance, a faulty hot water heater, or a water loss. If you don’t know how to proceed, call SERVPRO of Decatur today.

Hot Water Heater v. Your Home

One of our customers returned home to find that the hot water heater in the basement was leaking and had sprayed water all over the floors, up the walls and the surrounding furniture. When he discovered the damage, there was extensive mold growth on the walls and some furniture. He did the right thing and call SERVPRO of Decatur right away. Let us help you get rid of it!

We can help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

At SERVPRO of Decatur, we have highly trained professionals available to help you 24 hours a day, seven days a week for any kind of water or fire emergency cleanup. One of our crew members took this wonderful picture as they were loading the trucks very early in the morning before going to a big commercial job.

Hurricane Florence

During Hurricane Florence, SERVPRO of Decatur was able to go to South Carolina and help with the mitigation process after devastating floods hit that wonderful state. Our crews worked 12+ hour days in houses that did not have electricity or running water. They had to rip flooring, drywall, water logged contents, etc., and they did not complain once. They knew that they were making a difference with the homeowners.