This is completely soaked insulation from an up-stairs water loss. When insulation gets wet, it is removed and replaced by a contractor. Insulation cannot be re-used once it is damaged or compromised.
Soot Webs from Smoke Damage
These are soot webs which resulted from fire damage in a home. When a structure experiences fire damage, the smoke from the fire coats the interior of the home in soot. When that soot builds up in corners and on ceilings it produces spider-like webs. The best way to clean this is to vacuum the webs as best as possible and proceed with a dry wipe down of all surfaces with special fire sponges. In most cases, we can restore the home to pre-loss condition in a matter of weeks after the contents of the home have been removed.
Full House Pack-out and Storage
This is a small fraction of a home that was fully packed out and stored in multiple of our SERVPRO facility storage vaults. At the start of a loss our Production Chief determines if a full house, or partial house, pack-out will be required to properly remediate the damage. Once it is determined, our techs get started on properly cataloging and packing the contents. This process can take anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks to finish depending on the size of the home.
Our Ladies at the Sac Valley Equestrian Patrol Fundraiser!
Thank you Sacramento Valley Equestrian Patrol for including us in your fundraiser.
We had a wonderful time giving special treats to all the horses and their riders. We cannot wait to help out at future events!
"Thank You" From Barbara Longo, SVEP
A wonderful thank you from Barbara Longo, with the Sacramento Valley Equestrian Patrol.
We really appreciate the personalized thank you Barbara, and look forward to pairing up with you again for future events!
Our Rio Linda Little League Team!
All of us here at SERVPRO of North Highlands / Rio Linda are very proud of our 2016 Little League Team!
Let's get out there and support all of our local teams!
This is the result of a pipe freeze in an attic. This occurred during a sudden cold front that passed through Sacramento and other nearby counties. Unsuspected freezing temperatures can cause unprotected pipes to burst.
Residential Fire Damage
This photo depicts an extensive fire damaged structure. The SERVPRO way is to always restore over replacement if possible, however in some cases such as this replacement is necessary.
When replacement is necessary we can take the stress out of the situation by preparing a Total Loss Report giving customers a list of all contents needing replacement and any pertinent information the team can find regarding the item.
Our SERVPRO of North Highlands / Rio Linda ladies had an awesome time at Water Rite’s 40th Anniversary celebration event.
We would like to give one more big "Happy Anniversary" shout out to Water Rite. Here's to many more years and great business in the future.
This beautifuly clean piece of equipment is our Ultra Sonic Machine. It uses ultra sonic soundwaves along with special cleaning chemicals to clean content.
This is the first step in this cleaning process.
3 Sink Basin
The second step in the Ultra Sonic cleaning process is to be dipped into each of our 3 basins. Each one is filled with clean warm water. Also at this step, now loosened, soiling is removed by the spray hose.
Heated Drying Chamber
This is the final step in our cleaning process. This large peice of machinery is our drying chamber. You close each side after sliding the content inside, choose your drying temperature, set your timer and press the big red button.
This is a parquet flooring that has serious swelling damage. The only way to resolve this would be to have it replaced. This material, although it is possible to dry, will not have the swelling reduced or buckling repaired by drying.
In this photo, we have significant fire damage to a residential home. Our professional team will follow the proper path to repair the structure and remove the unpleasant odor of smoke.
This is our SERVPRO Family!
From left to right:
Troy J Voss - Owner, Eleanor Garcia, Jannel Voss, Rachel Copeland, Sara Sotomayor, Brent Klironomos, Angela Keeler, Tyler Paine, and Troy J Voss Jr