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Tallahassee room with standing water in a cut away floor

Tallahassee Home with Standing Water from Storm Damage

Groundwater entered this Tallahassee home leaving storm damage. The technicians on-site used controlled demolition to cleanly cut away the damaged carpeting and subfloor in order to perform complete water extraction. Safety gear not yet donned is in the background to inhibit the aspiration of the water.

Green service van in front of a job site

Commercial Fire Damage in a Tallahassee Restaurant

The SERVPRO green fleet vans arrive at the work site stocked with all the equipment and cleaners the technicians need to clean and restore this Tallahassee restaurant with fire damage. This enables restoration services to happen with no delays. 

water damaged wood flooring

Water Damage In Tallahassee

Call the skilled specialists at SERVPRO for help after a water damage issue. Our technicians are ready 24/7 to respond to your emergency. We are locally owned and operated. SERVPRO of Central Tallahassee has the equipment and training to restore your Tallahassee home to pre-damage condition.

mold infestation in corner

Commercial Mold Damage In Tallahassee

Your commercial property in Tallahassee can be saved by our professionals. Our crew will arrive quickly and start the restoration process. SERVPRO of Central Tallahassee has the training, equipment, experience, and certified personnel to make it “Like it never even happened.”

wood floor buckled and warped from water damage

Water Damage to a Wood Floor in a Tallahassee Kitchen

This hardwood floor shows water damage from exposure to a water leak. Wood swells, and the result is buckling and warping. SERVPRO technicians have an arsenal of advanced drying equipment, such as drying mats, to combat the effects. On a case by case basis, this type of flooring has the potential for full restoration after sanding and refinishing.

Ceiling in house with drywall sagging from water leak above

Storm Damage – Tallahassee Home

Storm damage at this Tallahassee home was the result of torrential rains, which produced a leak in the roof of the house. As the photo shows, there was significant damage. SERVPRO of Central Tallahassee is ready 24/7 to assist in situations like this, and we are proud of being "Faster to any size disaster."

Charred attic trusses, debris on floor with an air scrubber

Tallahassee Area Fire Damage Demolition

This Photo shows the damage caused by a fire in a Tallahassee home. SERVPRO technicians can secure the structure and plan and execute the removal of all non-salvageable materials. The green air scrubber is using a lay-flat duct to channel the airborne smoke particles and odors to the exterior of the building.

Tile floor in medical office waiting room with SERVPRO equipment drying the floor

Commercial Water Damage - Tallahassee Medical Office

Commercial water damage occurred at this Tallahassee medical office when there was a plumbing failure in the bathroom. Pictured is the waiting room of the medical practice which had standing water all night long. The flooring was tile made to look like wood flooring, so it was not damaged. However, the baseboards absorbed lots of water along with the drywall behind them. SERVPRO of Central Tallahassee could suction up the water and remove the baseboards to allow the drywall to be dried. Often the molding can also be dried and used again.

standing water reflecting off a tile floored hallway

Tallahassee Water Loss in a Condo

This ground floor unit in Tallahassee was soaked from a broken water line that was not discovered for several days. The tile floor was okay with water removal, but the liquid wicked into the walls and some mold growth developed. SERVPRO can gently scrape away the microbial blotches with a small, handheld soda blaster. This pressurized bicarbonate of soda also deodorizes as it abraids the growth.

Air movers set up inside a church on carpeting with rows pews to either side

Tallahassee Fast Drying

This church in the Tallahassee area leaked water from a water line. The volume of water was relatively small, and SERVPRO techs can vacuum up the water and then work on lowering the RH in the structure. Axial air movers are at work finishing up the job. The rapid restoration of moisture content and humidity levels protected the pews and equipment from sustaining damage.

water soaked commercial grade carpeting

Commercial Water Damage – Florida A and M University

Commercial water damage at this Florida A and M University building soaked the pictured commercial grade carpeting. As tough and robust as commercial-grade carpeting is, it still requires rapid water cleanup to prevent permanent water damage from occurring. SERVPRO of Central Tallahassee is often called to expedite the water cleanup and drying of residential and commercial locations when needed. We offer 24/7 emergency service, so there is no time wasted.

Ceiling with water damage and microbial growth

Storm Damage Cleanup In Tallahassee

After a disaster in your Tallahassee home, call the professionals at SERVPRO. Our storm damage technicians are ready 24/7 to respond to your call. SERVPRO of Central Tallahassee has the training, equipment, and experience to restore your home to pre-damage condition. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster!

Grease Fire Damage in Tallahassee

The explosive blaze of a grease fire in a Tallahassee kitchen can quickly escalate into major damage. SERVPRO can remove the ruined appliances and fixtures to clear the way for remodeling of this kitchen. Odor control, preventing the circulation of smoke and soot, is key to fire damage mitigation.

Water Loss in a Tallahassee Office

The clean water pooling on the commercial-grade carpet in this Tallahassee office suite can benefit from SERVPRO's We're Faster To Any Size Disaster tagline. Our skilled crew can use advanced equipment to suction off the visible water quickly and then set up dehumidifiers to restore standard humidity levels by capturing airborne water vapor. With professional service by a knowledgeable team, the office is back to normal operations the next day, "Like it never even happened."