Commercial Photo Gallery

water on warehouse floor

Warehouse Floods

You never want your warehouse to experience water damage. Damaged inventory and loss of revenue is a nightmare.

When you hire our SERVPRO Team, we will work quickly and efficiently, minimizing the down time of your business. SERVPRO of Fairfield County has the personnel, equipment, training, and commercial water damage experience needed to restore your property back to preloss condition.

Auto Repair Shop Flood

This is a picture of an Auto Repair after water filled the inside of the shop. The garage door was left open just enough for the water to run underneath of it to cause the damage, mainly leaving the floor covered in mud and water.

Commercial Floor Cleaning

Here is a SERVPRO crew at work cleaning the basement floor at a nearby high school. The crew is hard at work using squeegees to push the excess water outside through the door. 

Water Damaged Commercial Wood Floor

SERVPRO set up a drying chamber and placed drying equipment to dry this wood gym floor. In addition to drying the floor, SERVPRO’s crews had many hours of demolition in halls and offices. Dehumidifiers and air movers were used to dry affected areas.

Commercial Large Loss

This large loss commercial job required the mobilization and coordination of many resources including those of our SERVPRO Corporate office and neighboring franchises. This job is a true reflection of the strength of SERVPRO. We are capable of responding to any size loss by partnering with nearly 1,700 franchises across the country.

Commercial Sewer Back Up

Commercial water damage can strike your commercial property at any time. Call SERVPRO for immediate emergency response, 24 hours a day 365 days per year. With fast action, SERVPRO was able to minimize further damage and greatly reduce any down time for this commercial business.

Warehouse Water Damage

Over 300,000 sq. ft. of this commercial warehouse was affected by water damage from a broken pipe. This job required SERVPRO to perform water extraction, demolition, and drying before reconstruction began.