Commercial Photo Gallery

Commercial Equipment

SERVPRO has the professional equipment for any type of restoration emergency.  The equipment they use is specific to each job.  The technicians are trained on techniques to use the equipment promptly. 

Metal Studs Need Extra Drying Help

Commercial properties usually use metal studs in their buildings because they are cheaper and they don't grow mold. But the floor plate acts as a channel which holds water. In order to get to the water we cut out the bottom drywall to help in the evaporation of the water.

Warehouse Fire in Near Lee University

A warehouse near Lee University had one of their machines catch fire leaving an acrid smoke odor and soot damage on the ceiling. We rid the warehouse of the odor, cleaned the high ceilings, and the business was back in... well, business.

Hotel Water Loss Cleanup and Drying

Hotels have a lot of water running through their walls. It is only a matter of time when a pipe will break causing a room to flood. After a broken Pipe call SERVPRO of Bradley County and we'll make it "Like it never even happened."

Bradley County Commercial Fire

The grease buildup and dirt eventually caught fire in this large machine. The smoke that resulted left behind a lot grease and grime covered soot. SERVPRO of Bradley County cleaned it and it was operational once again.

The SERVPRO Disaster Recovery Team

Pictured is a staging area with some of the immense inventory of drying equipment that the SERVPRO Disaster Recovery Team dispatched to this hotel and other commercial establishments in Florida. The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew illustrates the readiness and willingness of SERVPRO of Bradley County to be an integral part of the network of strategically positioned emergency response teams. When disaster strikes, you can rely on SERVPRO.  (423) 614-5552

Commercial Damage after Leak

Commercial Water Damage

Emergency Water Clean Up

Water damage at this Chattanooga office facility was caused by a leak in the roof during a torrential rainstorm. The rain produced standing water across an entire floor of the building. SERVPRO of Bradley County was able to restore the property after removing the water and drying the affected area.