Why SERVPRO Photo Gallery

Water Damage – Miramar Beach Office

Water damage at this Miramar Beach office was the result of a plumbing leak in a clean water feed line to a bathroom. SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties could rapidly suction up the water damage and then set up commercial air movers and dehumidifiers to dry the affected surfaces.

Marketing Team at The Players Championship

The girls volunteered some time down at The Players Championship in Sawgrass. SERVPRO had a hospitality tent overlooking the green of hole 16 and the best view of the island green at #17. Our team witnessed the first hole-in-one on 17 since 2002 by Will Wilcox. SERVPRO is a proud sponsor of the PGA Tour.

Marketing Team

Our marketing team working the Emerald Coast Home Show last fall on Okaloosa Island. They interacted with many locals giving them the latest knowledge on our equipment, protocols, and services.  The marketers also gave out a discount code to everyone who came for a 10% off carpet cleaning.  The tradeshow rolls around each year so make sure that next time you make it by to see us and grab your coupon.

Tent at CAI Golf Tournament

Our tent after the shot-gun start. It was a popular place to be!  We had great participation from all of our members and guests.  We are already looking forward to next year.

Marketing Team

Our marketing team got to tour the new fire station on Hwy 331 in Freeport. Terry, known as "Pop" by most, even gave the girls a ride on the firetruck pictured above. We thank all of our first responders for the hard work they put in day in and day out.

Helping us help you

We are fired up to add this new addition to the SERVPRO fleet!  The new truck will help us respond to you in a more efficient manner.  And that fact that she looks so sharp is a plus!

Norma The Food For Thought Van

Food For Thought is a local non-profit organization that provides food to children in Okaloosa and Walton Counties. We fully support the actions of Food for Thought and are excited to be volunteering with them in packing snacks in backpacks and delivering them to the local schools. According to the USDA, 15.3 million children under 18 in the United States live in households where they are unable to consistently access enough nutritious food necessary for a healthy life. Today, we stopped by the FFT Destin office and dropped off snacks to be delivered. You can help fight child hunger by donating to their office located in Destin and Santa Rosa Beach.