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Fire and Water Damage in Central City Phoenix

Fire and Water Damage in Central City Phoenix

This structure in Central City Phoenix sustained a small fire in the attic and then water damage from the extinguishing. The cleanup and discarding of the fire and water damaged building elements was the first step in the restoration and replacement service.

Phoenix Lobby Need Water Damage Work

Phoenix Lobby Need Water Damage Work

The tile floors survived the onslaught of water from the leak in this Phoenix business center. But the walls wicked water and the lower two feet were cut out and removed. By setting up lay flat ducting (tubes) our dehumidifiers and air movers quickly dried out the wall cavities to mitigate damage and costs. SERVPRO knows and practices the best techniques.

Storm Damaged Wood Flooring in Phoenix

Storm Damaged Wood Flooring in Phoenix

The green air movers and dehumidifier are busy at work remove the residual water vapor from the air and the plywood subflooring. The storm drenched the wood requiring our SERVPRO techs to cut out and remove some of the engineered planks that we non-salvageable and also to expedite the drying process.

Dampness and Mold in Phoenix

Dampness and Mold in Phoenix

The small access panel leads to the plumbing of this Phoenix home's bathroom. The dripping provided moisture for dormant mold spores to grow into unsightly patches. Scraping the fungi, applying an antimold and mildew paint as a primer were the final steps taken by our SERVPRO technicians.

Fire Results from Central Phoenix City

Fire Results from Central Phoenix City

Fire damage translates into heat damage when the nail heads and seams from drywall ceiling appear like this. This Central Phoenix City home can be restored with proper techniques once the smoke odors are removed with the help of an ozone generator which ran during the night when the home was vacant.

Phoenix Drying Post Water Damage

Phoenix Drying Post Water Damage

Once the water was suctioned out of this wetted area of a Phoenix home, the drying process can continue. Protocols dictate setting up containment barriers, as shown by the poly sheeting, to increase the speed of evaporation and drying while also preventing the migration of moisture to cause secondary water damage. Get it done right, the first time!