Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Mold From Irma Part II

Mold From Irma Part II

Hurricane Irma left a nasty gift in this office. After water blown in from the storm had been left sitting, mold began to grow. Do YOU have hurricane mold in your home or business? 

Mold From Irma

Mold From Irma

Hurricane Irma left a nasty gift in this office. After water blown in from the storm had been left sitting, mold began to grow. Do YOU have hurricane mold in your home or business? 

Hurricane Mold Part II

Hurricane Mold Part II

This image shows the inside of a contained room after hurricane water damage turned into mold. All the items in the room were carefully removed by our team and cleaned with a gentle antimicrobial to stop any mold growth on the items. Anything that lead to anywhere outside the room was sealed off to contain any mold spores floating around in the air while our team got to work ensuring all surfaces were cleaned and the air was purified. 

Hurricane Mold

Hurricane Mold

After Hurricane Irma, many beach-side condos called SERVPRO of Plantation to remove water that had leaked in during the storm. Unfortunately, because of the amount of calls we got in, and the fact that mold can start forming within 72 hours, a lot of water damage jobs developed mold. When this happened at this couple's condo on Ft. Lauderdale Beach, we put up a containment tarp so that we could continue working without spreading mold spores throughout the structure. For more information on post-hurricane mold, check out this blog post

Tenting in Large Areas

Tenting in Large Areas

After Hurricane Irma, many condos had water damage in just one area of the unit. Because the room was so large, one air mover and dehumidifier would take too long to dry the floor where the water had entered. Rather than risk secondary damages such as mold waiting for it to dry, our technicians isolated the affected area with a plastic tarp and connected an air mover to one end. This effectively dries out the flooring where it's needed very quickly. 

Micro Cleaning

Micro Cleaning

This is the view from third floor bedroom of a condo building after a water loss caused by Hurricane Irma. One of our restoration technicians is wiping down the surfaces with an industrial-grade antimicrobial after the drywall was replaced to help ensure dangerous mold doesn't grow.