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Fire Extinguisher Discharge

Fire Extinguisher Discharge

Inside an LDS church in Provo, Utah some vandals discharged the Fire Extinguishers leaving a huge mess.

SERVPRO of Provo was called in for the job and did an excellent job of cleaning up the mess and damage caused.  Afterwards you could say is was "Like it never even happened"

Hurricane Harvey Flood Damage

Hurricane Harvey Flood Damage

Hurricane Harvey hit Houston Texas at the end of August and left a trail of damage in its wake. 

The interior of this home was covered with standing water for nearly a week before SERVPRO of Provo was able to get in and clean up the mess and start to repair the damage.  

Hurricane flooding brings in Category 3 Water (black water) which is grossly unsanitary and may contain harmful bacteria and fungi.

The contents of the home had to be cleared out so all the flooring could be removed and the walls could be flood cut to remove any danger of mold, fungi, and bacteria that may be harmful and cause more damage.

SERVPRO of Provo did an excellent job of cleaning up the mess and getting the home ready for repairs.

Mold Job in Payson

Mold Job in Payson

This bank shared it's walls with a butcher shop that would hose down it's floors on a nightly basis. Hundreds of butcher floor washings later, this bank had one of the highest mold spore counts we'd seen in a long time.  No problem for SERVPRO.  

SERVPRO of Provo understands how important and costly business interruption can be due to circumstances out of your control.  It is our goal to minimize down time on all disasters regardless of the size so that you can get back to your normal routines.

We help you take control back and make it "Like it never even happened" 

Church with a Missing Roof

Church with a Missing Roof

When it rains, it pours right? This church was in the middle of getting its roof replaced when we experienced one of the biggest rain storms of the year. Result, soggy insulation, sagging ceiling tiles and an overall mess.

No one plans on a disaster so it is never convenient.  But when water damage happens to your home or business SERVPRO is ready to help you take control.  We at SERVPRO of Provo have experience in all types of water damage problems.  No matter the size large or small SERVPRO can perform water extraction services and continue the drying process to like make water damage "Like it never even happened" 

Ready For Whatever Happens

Ready For Whatever Happens

There is no disaster that we can't handle. SERVPRO of Provo / N. Utah County has the equipment and the expertise to handle anything that misfortune or mother nature can throw your way.

We have the assets to perform any size job from a couple hundred dollars to multi million dollar drying/cleaning jobs. We provide services for:

Water Damage, Flood Damage, Sewage Damage, Fire Damage, Smoke Damage, Wind Damage, Hail, Damage, Mold Damage, Vandalism and Graffiti Damage, Trauma, Biohazard and Crime Scene Damage, and Odor Removal

We also can take care of your cleaning needs for your home... carpet, upholstery, walls, and ceilings and floors!  When you think clean, think the green of SERVPRO.

Continuing Education Classes

Continuing Education Classes

SERVPRO of Provo  and SERVPRO of North Utah County offers free classes to insurance agents wanting to earn credit hours. These classes cover a variety of useful subjects from Ethics, Mold, Water and Fire Damage, Odor Removal, Subrogation, Emergency Preparedness to name a few.

SERVPRO of Provo and SERVPRO of North Utah County also provide Continuing Education for Real Estate Professionals in Utah.  

If you need continuing education credits for your professional licensing contact us we have classes at our location or we can schedule a time to come to your office and provide classes for your staff.  All at not cost to you, we love educating our community. 

Commercial Mold Job in South Utah County

Commercial Mold Job in South Utah County

Here's "T" hard at work in a containment set up for a large commercial mold job. The spore count was so high that containment needed to be set up for almost every square inch.