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Mold Damage After Flooding


Does my insurance cover mold?It is not easy to go through a flood damage in your home in St. Charles, IL. Some people just don't know what to do and think the i... READ MORE



Why does mold grow in my home?


How does mold get in my house?Mold is a decomposing fungus that has spores everywhere. Turing over dirt, buying mulch, or having a pet causes your home to have ... READ MORE



Triple Disasters for Batavia Home


How can a fire go from bad to worse?After this home suffered a fire it was left vacant for a time until the homeowners could decide which company to use to clea... READ MORE



Water Damage in Elburn Book Store


Book Store Suffers Water DamageThe water in this bookstore was luckily from a supply line that was lower to the ground. The books and stationary was not ruined ... READ MORE



Mold Cleaning in Geneva Facility


Where there is water, there is mold.Upon arriving on this facility our technicians went straight to work in getting the water damage portion of the building tak... READ MORE



Warehouse Full of Water


A Commercial Desiccant Was Used to Dry This WarehouseWhen a commercial building is damaged by flooding it can be very devastating. SERVPRO of St. Charles /... READ MORE



Mold Cleaning in Geneva Home


SERVPRO of St. Charles / Geneva / Batavia removed the mold from this home.Mold is very invasive which also calls for very invasive cleaning procedures. Our crew... READ MORE



Four Feet of Water in Commercial Building


Pumping Out Standing WaterThis commercial building needed to have the water pumped out before it could be dried out. Using a trash pump we were able to get all ... READ MORE



Flooding in St. Charles, Illinois


Flood Line Higher Than The DoorLooking at the first picture you can tell that the flood line was really high to this walkout basement. It had mud and trash thro... READ MORE



Broken Pipe in Office Building


Water Damage in Commercial BuildingSERVPRO of St. Charles / Geneva / Batavia was called early one morning by the facility manager who opened up the offices... READ MORE