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removed baseboards, carpeted floor, green air movers in an office

Columbia Falls Water Damage

The leak flooded several rooms in this Columbia Falls office. Our SERVPRO team removed the baseboards to facilitate the drying of the walls (and to prevent demolition.) The plastic sheeting isolated this area to reduce the drying zone to increase the evaporation and, thus, the mitigation of the water damage. We get you back to business--real quick!

removed base cabinet showing plumbing and mold infested wall

Whitefish Mold Remediation

Removing mold-infested cabinets that reveal extensive damage in Whitefish needs professional remediation. SERVPRO has qualified AMRT applied microbial remediation technicians to safely and successfully remove the fungal presence. We leave only when the treated area is ready for a reconstruction without the fear of a further eruption from dormant mold spores. Count on us.

wet floor, air movers and dehumidifiers working, the wall by the open window has been partially demolished

Whitefish and a Flood

The open window, in a day with severe storms, soaked a portion of the wall and the floor in this Whitefish house. The baseboards were removed, since they were salvageable, and could be reused after the damaged sheetrock was removed. The advanced equipment is drying out the area before any reconstruction can begin. One call does it all; we cleanup, restore, and rebuild the damaged area. Residential Contractor License #: 247200

Mold Damage Remediation In Columbia Falls

Call our professionals if a mold infestation has taken over your Columbia Falls home. We are ready 24/7 and Faster to Any Size Disaster. We are trained in applied microbial remediation, water damage restoration, and applied structural drying. SERVPRO of Flathead County has the equipment and expertise to restore your home to pre-damage condition.

Columbia Falls Water Recovery

SERVPRO provides advanced equipment like this drying mat to salvage hardwood flooring from the trash heap. Columbia Falls homeowners appreciate our attempt to restore and not replace water-damaged building materials and contents.