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Charred light fixture over sink in kitchen surrounded by burnt cabinetry and window

Light Fixture Causes Electrical Fire In Greenville Home

The second leading cause of electrical fires is light fixtures. Unfortunately, that's what caused this fire in this kitchen. Luckily the homeowners' quick thinking and a fire extinguisher kept the flames from reaching other areas of their home. The homeowners realized they would need help getting their kitchen back to preloss condition. After consulting with their insurance agent, they called SERVPRO of South Greenville County.

We arrived on-site and assessed the damage. Our technicians noticed that the house had a lingering smoke smell, but most of the damage was in the kitchen. The fire extinguisher also left a fine powdery residue. Our techs set an air scrubber to get rid of the smoke smell. Next, they removed the charred light fixture and cabinetry from the kitchen. The damaged window was pulled out and boarded up. The kitchen was then HEPA vacuumed of any fire extinguisher residue. Within a few days, the team made it "Like it never even happened."

Burned Mattress From Customers Home

Why Charging Phones and Mattresses Don't Mix

This fire started by a charging cellphone left on a mattress. Within a few moments, the charging phone overheated, and the mattress ignited. Thankfully, the customer was able to smother the fire before it got too out of hand. To successfully remove the smoke odor and soot, this customer called SERVPRO of South Greenville County. 

Melted oven with burned range hood in kitchen

Grease Fire Affects Upstate Home

This customer was cooking dinner when his cooking oil became too hot and ignited. The grease fire affected the walls and ceilings in the kitchen, living room, and hallway. When our crew arrived, they found that the wallpaper had gotten so hot, it was separating from the wall. Our teams were able to remove the affected materials and smoke smell and got this customer back in his home in no time.  

Green SERVPRO Disaster Trailer in front of local church affected by recent tornado

Tornado Damage Affects Local Church. SERVPRO Of South Greenville County Here To Help

Around three am, on Monday 13, 2020, an EF 3 tornado touched down and ripped through Oconee County. Unfortunately, Seneca Baptist Church was directly in its path. Due to the high winds, a portion of the roof was peeled back, leaving the pews and carpet in the sanctuary exposed to rainwater. Once the tornado stopped, area-wide power outages and water outages left the church members stuck on how to repair the damage.

The first step was to make a call to SERVPRO of South Greenville County. Once our team arrived, work immediately began. They placed several generators and installed power distribution boxes to run equipment in the sanctuary. Our crew members quickly realized we needed more equipment to dry the church promptly. We called in our Storm Team to help with the drying process. They brought a trailer load full of dehumidifiers and other drying equipment. Together, we were able to dry the church and make it "Like it never even happened."

Tile Flooring Versus Stormwater

Tile flooring is usually resilient to water. However, the longer the water sits, the more likely it is to settle into the grout. The subfloor will swell once it becomes wet causing the tile to separate and crack.

While away on vacation, this homeowner received a call from his friend that his finished basement was flooded with stormwater. The sump pump stopped working during a horrible rain storm. Stormwater waterlogged the tile flooring. When we arrived, we assessed the damage by using a nonpenetrating moisture meter. The damage to the tile floor was minimal. Next, we utilized the power of dehumidifiers and fans. We set them up in the kitchen and in the surrounding wet areas to fast track the drying process.

When you have stormwater enter your home - Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County (864) 292 - 3137!

Holiday Emergency? Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County

During the Thanksgiving holidays the water heater in this church burst. Water leaked down the wall, onto the stairs, and into the carpeted hallway. It didn't matter if it was a holiday, SERVPRO of South Greenville County responded.

Thankfully, the leak stopped before we got to the church. Unfortunately, we needed to mitigate the existing damage. A small area of the carpeted hallway was dried out. The drywall where the water dripped could not be dried, so we removed it. During this process, we set up dehumidifiers and fans to quickly dry any wet areas. Once the church was dry, we removed the equipment and prepared the area for the reconstruction crew.

Water In Your South Greenville Home? Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County

When water enters your home, it will follow a path of least resistance. Within minutes water will absorb into anything that stands in its way. Water damage becomes more and more costly for you, the longer it is left unmitigated.

The water supply line in this Greenville county home burst, causing the hardwood floors to crown and separate. However, the damage did not begin to appear until a week later. Overwhelmed the homeowners called SERVPRO of South Greenville County for help. When we arrived, we set up a specialty drying system to dry out the structure. The majority of the damage was within the main living space. So, we moved the owner's belongings out of the home and into a secure location and began the demolition process. We removed the damaged flooring and then set up the area for the restoration process to begin.

When water invades your Greenville County home, don't panic - Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County (864) 292 - 3137!

After A Storm Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County

This finished basement was flooded during a recent storm after the home owners sump pump stopped working. This caused the tile and carpet to become soaked with water. SERVPRO of South Greenville County was dispatched and responded immediately. We began extracting the water as soon as we arrived on the scene. Next, we removed the carpet pad and began drying out the carpet and tile. The drying process only took four days, and the customer was overjoyed with the results. Now onto the restoration process!  

Soot Webs Or Spider Webs?

These are soot tags also known as soot webs. Soot bonds together and creates webs after petroleum or synthetic sources have burned. You will typically see these on the ceilings and in the corners of your home because the air is cooler in these areas. As the air is seeking equilibrium after a fire, smoke and soot will drift towards cooler areas. The corners and ceilings of perimeter walls are the coolest in your house and will collect more soot webs after a fire. If you find soot webs in your home after fire don't attempt to remove them, as you can cause more damage to the wall or ceiling. Do call SERVPRO of South Greenville County instead! (864) 292 - 3137. 

Restoring Your Home Or Business After A Disaster.

SERVPRO of South Greenville County has an entire department dedicated to restoring your home after mitigation is complete. We have the knowledge, extensive training, and manpower to restore your home or business.

This homeowner's dishwasher had a slow leak that went unnoticed for a while. The cabinets and damaged flooring were removed from the home. Once the structure was dry, the restoration team began working. New hardwoods and laminate flooring were installed. Next, the homeowner's cabinets were reinstalled, and their belongings were moved back into the home.

After a disaster call SERVPRO of South Greenville County (864) 292-3137! We'll make it "Like it never even happened." 

Water Damage Is Destructive

Water is destructive and will absorb into whatever is in its path in a matter of minutes. Mold can begin growing in as little as 48 hours after water damage has occurred, which is why it is important to mitigate water damage as soon as possible.

This homeowner discovered a leaking dishwasher line. However, it had been leaking for a while and mold began to grow. This wasn't a problem for SERVPRO of South Greenville County. We began drying out the wet areas and then treated the mold with an antimicrobial treatment. Next is the restoration process. 

When you find water in your home or business give SERVPRO of South Greenville County a call! (864) 292 - 3137! 

When A Storm Arrives Call SERVPRO Of South Greenville County

This homeowner discovered stormwater had entered his home through his crawl space during a storm. SERVPRO of South Greenville County responded immediately. We were able to extract the water from the carpet. However, because of the contaminated water, the carpet pad and parts of the baseboard had to be removed. Next, drying equipment was set to ensure all areas were dry and there would be no mold growth. The customer was pleased we were able to stop any secondary damage from harming their beloved home. 

SERVPRO of South Greenville County Crew Members

SERVPRO of South Greenville County crew members take a break from working hard to eat at a local fast food restaurant. We appreciate all the hard work our technicians and crew chiefs put in at every job site. They work around the clock to make every job site "Like it never even happened." 

When Water Damage Affects Your Home Call SERVPRO Of South Greenville County

This homeowners dishwasher had been leaking. However, the damage didn't just stop at the dishwasher the leak spread throughout the entire home. Laminate flooring in the kitchen and the hardwoods in the dining room, hallway, and the living room began cupping.  The damaged floors were removed from the house. The sub-floor and structure were dried out. Now the restoration process can begin. 

When water affects your South Greenville County home don't wait! Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County 864-292-3137. 

Got Standing Water In Your Home? That's Not A Problem For SERVPRO of South Greenville County!

This homeowners hot water heater broke and dumped gallons of water into their home. Instead of worrying and panicking, she called SERVPRO of South Greenville County. We responded immediately and began extracting water from the carpet and vinyl. We removed the carpet padding and baseboards to aid in the drying process. Our speedy response, top of the line equipment, and certified process eliminated any chance of mold growing and secondary damage. Nine days later the drying process was complete, and the carpet and vinyl flooring was ready to be reinstalled.

When you find standing water in your Greenville County home - call SERVPRO of South Greenville County (864)-292-3137.

SERVPRO of South Greenville County Mitigates A Laundromat Fire!

It's never convenient for a business to experience a disaster. After a fire, you may be wondering how is your business going to recover? The first step towards a successful recovery is giving SERVPRO of South Greenville a call.

After this fire was put out, the owner of the laundromat called SERVPRO of South Greenville County. A dryer was overloaded with rags and spontaneously combusted. We arrived on scene and immediately began the mitigation process. We disposed of the leftover debris from the fire and quickly began removing the soot and soot webs from the ceilings, walls, and machines. Finally, we set equipment to remove the smoke odor. The owner was pleased with our fast work and the fact he could open his business back up so quickly after the fire!

Don't stress when your business experiences a disaster - call SERVPRO of South Greenville County (864) 292 - 3137! We'll make it "Like it never even happened."

When Your Carpets Need A Deep Cleaning Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County.

Before moving out, this customer wanted to remove the wine and heavy foot traffic stains from his carpet. He called the carpet cleaning professionals at SERVPRO of South Greenville County to remove the set in stains. The cleaning process only took us a day to complete and the customer was ecstatic with the results.

When your carpets need to be refreshed or deep cleaned call SERVPRO of South Greenville County (864) 292 - 3137! We'll make it "Like it never even happened."

Have An Emergency Over The Holidays Call SERVPRO of South Greenville County!

Over the Thanksgiving holidays, the water heater in this church malfunctioned and leaked water down the walls and soaked the carpets. SERVPRO of South Greenville County responded immediately. We began extracting the excess water from the carpet. Then we set drying equipment to dry the structure and prevent any mold from growing. We provided our customer with daily updates. When the job was complete they were overjoyed with our work and quick response time. 

SERVPRO of South Greenville County During A Large Commercial Loss

SERVPRO of South Greenville County is always ready for whatever happens. During this large commercial loss, The Disaster Recovery Team and SERVPRO of South Greenville County performed the cleanup, mitigation, and restoration.

Volunteering In Our Community

On National Day of Service and Remembrance, SERVPRO of South Greenville County volunteered at The Arts Center of Clemson. We spent the day landscaping the ground outside the arts center. Thank you to The Arts Center and Clemson Rotary for giving us the opportunity to volunteer. We love investing in our community. If you have any volunteer opportunities - give us a call (864) 292 - 3137! 

Tennis Tournament at Holly Tree Country Club

SERVPRO of South Greenville County enjoyed the sunny weather while we cheered on all the tennis players at the Holly Tree Country Club. We jump at any opportunity to help out in our community and cheer on our neighbors. 

Red Cross Golf Tournament Clemson, SC

SERVPRO of South Greenville County spent the day at Clemon's Walker Golf Course. The tournament began with a shotgun start and ended with $12,000 raised for the Red Cross. Thank you to all the teams that played and sponsors!

If you have an event and need sponsorship, give SERVPRO of South Greenville County a call (864) 292-3137. We are always here to help.