Lightening causes major damage to home
Lightening causes home to catch fire
This home sustained severe damage when lightening hit the roof and caught it on fire. The Fire Department had to put it out with water which caused even more damage. SERVPRO of Warren County was on the scene within an hour of receiving the call. There was a lot of structural damage as well as the contents being damaged and destroyed. Our crew spent hours sifting through the items with the customer to pack up what was salvageable and bring it back to our office to be cleaned and stored until repairs are complete. The homeowner will have to move out until all the work can be done, however, they feel safe in the knowledge that we are going to make things "Like it never even happened."
Torrential Rains cause flooding in Ohio
Category 3 Water calls for Tyvek suits and masks.
This home in Cincinnati was flooded with sewage when torrential rains caused the city storm drains to overflow. SERVPRO of Warren County was at the scene to help out local franchises that were inundated with jobs. There was sewage and debris scattered about and our crew was suited up in tyvek suits, gloves and masks to ensure their health and well being was protected. The crew had to remove most of the contents from the garage and basement of this home due to the category 3 water that had saturated the items. Several hours were spent hauling out furniture and trash as well as mopping up sewage and wiping down hard surfaces. When all the mess was cleaned up, we then sprayed the area with antimicrobial in order to sanitize everything. The customer was very happy to have someone else take some of the burden of their loss away.
Water Leak in local Apartment Complex
There were 2 apartments affected when a water line burst in the bathroom of one apartment. The tenants contents were saturated and had to be moved in order to begin the drying process. While part of the crew met with the manager and got paperwork signed and explained the process to everyone involved, the rest of the team set to work. We had to pack up contents, move furniture and extract water. We were then able to set the drying equipment to begin getting things back to normal. Luckily our SERVPRO of Warren County team was on site in time to keep the damage from spreading any further. After 4 days of drying equipment running and then spraying antimicrobial spray we were able to get things back "Like it never even happened."
Bathroom leak affects home in Bowling Green, KY
A leaking pipe under the bathroom sink caused significant damage to this Warren County home. The hardwood was saturated in 2 rooms and had to be removed and the water also leaked down in to the crawlspace and insulation had to be removed in half of that area. Our team of trained technicians were able to extract the water and get the hardwood, carpet and trim pulled right away so that equipment could be set to prevent any further damage. Several Air Movers and Dehumidifiers had to run for a few days in order to get everything dried to industry standards. We were done with the dry out in 4 days and the customer was able to contact their contractor to begin putting everything back in place.
Busted pipe in Alvaton, KY basement
When our office was contacted after hours due to a busted pipe we were on our way within the hour. A plumber was on the way to stop the leak and the local Insurance Agent recommended that she call SERVPRO of Warren County to take care of drying up the mess. We were able to get water extracted, tear out carpet and pad, detach the baseboards and get equipment set up in order to begin drying up all the water.
Our Office works closely with local agents and adjusters to assure that homeowners are taken care of as soon as possible so that their lives are as minimally impacted as possible.
This homeowner was very pleased at how quickly we responded and had them back to normal.
Vandalism fire in local school
Fire in local school shuts down bathroom temporarily.
The bathroom in this Warren County School suffered minor damage when a student decided to set the toilet paper dispenser on fire. Luckily it was contained to one room and only caused minimal damage. SERVPRO of Warren County was on the scene shortly after receiving the call and was able to begin the cleaning process. Our crew set some Negative Air equipment in order to help with the odor in the air. They spent several hours cleaning up debris and wiping down surfaces in order to get this bathroom operational in the shortest amount of time. At the end of the day we had another happy customer and a bathroom that looked like "It never even happened"
Nobody likes vandalism, but if you are in need of clean up give us a call 24/7.
Mold in Bowling Green Home
Bowling Green Kentucky Mold
The door in this Bowling Green, KY home is covered in mold due to high humidity after a water heater busted. It only takes 3 days for mold to begin to grow and it can be a major concern for people with respiratory or allergy issues. SERVPRO of Warren County was on the job and ready to fight those mold spores within hours of the call. The flooring and walls of the Laundry Room were also affected and we had to cut out drywall and tear out flooring to get to the source. We were able to get everything wiped down and sprayed an antimicrobial to help prevent future regrowth. After setting negative air machines for a couple of days were were able to get rid of the musty odor and had the home looking good as new.
Water Damage leads to Mold growth
Living Room Mold
This Living Room in Warren County, KY suffered damage from a water loss that was left too long and mold began to grow beneath the wood flooring. If water is left at the right temperature for a few days it will cause mold to start growing and will continue to grow at a rapid pace. SERVPRO of Warren County has the right tools to tell where water has been saturated through to the subfloor. We had to pull up the hard wood in order to get to the underlayment where the mold was working its wicked magic. We were able to remove the mold with light sanding and then set equipment to ensure everything was properly dried before spraying an anitmicrobial that will help prevent future mold growth.
In your time of need we are always here to help!
Hot Water Heater Busted in Smiths Grove, KY
Water Loss in Smiths Grove KY
The hot water heater leaked in this Smiths Grove, KY home causing water damage to the Hallway, Kitchen and Living Room flooring. SERVPRO of Warren County was on the scene within 45 minutes of the phone call and started extracting water. The hot water heater had to be removed and replaced, and we had to tear out the carpet and padding in order to begin the drying process. We set several air movers and dehumidifiers to dry out the sub floor and baseboards.
Our crew worked after hours in order to make sure this customer's home was on it's way back to looking "Like it never even happened."
No job is too big or too small for SERVPRO of Warren County and our highly trained technicians.
Fire at Bowling Green, KY school
Smokin' in the Boys Room!!
A student set fire to a toilet paper dispenser causing a big mess at a local school here in Warren County. SERVPRO of Warren County had performed work for the School System before so School Officials contacted us and we were on the scene within 1 hour to begin work.
After all of the debris was picked up, our crew began cleaning up the soot and setting negative air equipment to remedy the odor caused by the smoke. It was a priority to get things in order so that the regular school day would not be interrupted.
The School Officials were very impressed with our Sales Marketing Reps and our Crew. Classes were resumed on their regular schedule thanks to our diligent crew of professionals.