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Moldy Attic in Santa Rosa Beach Area

Heat, moisture, lack of circulation are factors that allow dormant mold spores to sprout into large mold patches as depicted in this Before Photo. Gulf moisture... READ MORE

Commercial Water Damage - Santa Rosa Beach Office Building

Commercial water damage resulted in this Santa Rosa Beach office building when a fire sprinkler system water line burst. Naturally, all business activities were... READ MORE

Storm Rips up a Roof in Santa Rosa Beach

The flat roof of this property in Santa Rosa Beach peeled back from severe winds. The debris blown in is visible is the Before Photo. A problem like this requir... READ MORE

Water Damage Specialists In Miramar Beach

The last thing a homeowner needs to deal with is water damage. Our team of water removal and cleanup specialists can tackle any size water damage incident that ... READ MORE

Smoke & Fire Cleanup in Santa Rosa Beach

The visible smoke stains on the walls and ceiling of this high foyer in a Santa Rosa Beach condo requires professional assistance. If SERVPRO is called, we can ... READ MORE

Miramar Beach and a Mold Problem

Poor circulation in a coastal area of Florida basement or crawl space often leads to a large mold attack. Moisture feeds the dormant mold spores that are presen... READ MORE

Commercial Water Damage – Miramar Beach

Commercial water damage at this Miramar Beach office left an inch of water on the flooring which was commercial grade carpeting. While it is very important to r... READ MORE

Wind and Rain Storm Damage Home in Santa Rosa Beach

The lifted shingles from the strong wind storm exposed the infrastructure to water damage once the rains came. Santa Rosa Beach residents rely on SERVPRO to res... READ MORE

Seagrove Beach Severe Fire Damage

This rental unit in Seagrove Beach was victimized by a bed-smoker. Fortunately, he awoke and escaped from the blaze. The fire damage was extensive as portrayed ... READ MORE

Commercial Mold Remediation In Santa Rosa Beach

Mold is not good for business. It only takes a small leak or excess humidity for mold to thrive and begin to grow. Mold spores are so microscopic that they can ... READ MORE