Why SERVPRO Photo Gallery

Why a Casa Grande Homeowner Chose SERVPRO --Water Loss

When the interior of this Casa Grande home was flooded and needed quick and professional attention, property owners know to call SERVPRO. This large number of portable and compact air movers off-loaded from our Green Fleet is just a small part of our arsenal to grapple with water damage. Call us 24/7 for help.

Condensation Pump Failure

The condensation pump failed on this Arizona City home and flooded three rooms.  We removed the water and used drying equipment to speed the drying process and help prevent mold growth.  

The owner was pleased with the results. SERVPRO makes it 'Like it never even happened.'

Maricopa Hot House--Call SERVPRO for Relief

The homeowner was relieved to see our Green Fleet vehicle pull up to her house after she discovered water damage in her Maricopa home. The clogged A/C condensation line had covered a portion of the utility closet and hall with standing water. Our SERVPRO crew, demonstrating Why We're Faster To Any Size Disaster soon arrived after the call to remove the water and free up the drain line. We pride in helping our fellow neighbors, why not call SERVPRO for emergency water loss help?

Food Drive in Casa Grande at Thanksgiving Time

We at SERVPRO proudly give back to our communities from Casa Grande to Arizola and all points in between. Thanksgiving Food Drives are an annual event, and we enjoy providing food and comfort, and not just water, fire, and mold remediations services.

Casa Grande Community Events with SERVPRO Techs

Posing is part of our SERVPRO of Casa Grande crew—Austin, Skyler, and Sam (OWNER) at a recent community event. We live and work in our local areas and are proud to contribute to the well-being and safety of our neighbors. Just a phone call away from assistance.

Casa Grande Significant Water Damage

This photo illustrates the professionalism of a SERVPRO crew when faced with a large water loss. This kitchen/dining area in a Casa Grande home needed the fast removal of wet materials including drywall, insulation, and cabinets. Removing moisture ladened building elements can mitigate secondary water damage to unaffected rooms.