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Commercial Storm Damage in Conover, NC

In this photo, Marketing Representative Michael Richey begins filling out the proper documentation while our crews perform water mitigation services on this commercial building. Heavy wind and rain damaged the roof and caused major flooding!

Apartment Unit Duct Cleaning

The previous tenant in this apartment unit smoked cigarettes indoors regularly, which led to a strong, lingering odor. As a result, our crew was asked to conduct a duct cleaning and deploy deodorizing methods to remove the odor!

Conover Water Problem

A church in Conover suffered slight water damage from pooling water. The race for dehumidification was to prevent secondary damage to the artifacts and icons within this place of worship. Count on SERVPRO for fast help.

Large Water Loss in Newton

The broken 8" main drenched the concrete floor of the production facility in Newton. Our SERVPRO technicians quickly extracted the standing water and set up an array of drying equipment. Dehumidifiers, air movers, and axial fans are all part of our inventory to grapple with a damaging water emergency.

Commercial Sewer Damage – Conover

Commercial sewer damage in Conover required that we build a containment area before beginning the cleanup. The dirty water of sewer backups can be very unsanitary can present health hazards through bacteria and viruses that may be present. SERVPRO technicians are well trained to deal with large sewer backups and have the equipment needed to tackle such a problem. This particular water damage situation was dealt with and completed in two days. If water damage visits your home or commercial facility, call SERVPRO of Catawba County East 24/7 at (828) 465-6504. We proudly offer 24-hour emergency service, and we are equipped to handle any size disaster.

Catawba Flooding in a Warehouse

The storm water flowed in through a garage bay and covered the concrete deck with several inches of water. Our SERVPRO technician set up the water vacuum pump and quickly extracted the bulk of the standing water. The concrete pad and cinderblock walls meant it would take an extended time to remove all the moisture from the affected areas. We utilized a desiccant dehumidifier and got the job done.