Commercial Photo Gallery

Picture of SERVPRO trucks in front of Horicon Bank in Fond du Lac

Commercial Sump Pump Failure Horicon Bank Fond du lac

Emergencies don't wait for business hours.  They can happen any day at any time.  The Horicon Bank branch in Fond du Lac experienced a sump pump failure over Memorial Day weekend.  Despite the holiday weekend, SERVPRO was there quickly to help mitigate the damage and get them ready to open back up for their customers Tuesday morning.  

Business Expo Picture

Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce Business Expo

"The Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce Business Expo Sponsored by Network Health goes on for one day every January at the Oshkosh Convention CenterOver 100 businesses set up booths and offer a great way to make new connections, learn more about area businesses’ products, services, and upcoming job openings. Several activities are offered by exhibitors for attendees throughout the day.

The evening finishes out with a social, Business After Hours – A Taste of Oshkosh, from 5pm-7pm.  You’ll get a chance to sample food and beverages from area restaurants, caterers, and breweries."

SERVPRO of Appleton was pleased to have a booth at this wonderful event.  Pictured at the 2020 expo is our Sales Manager, Joe Leadley, along with Justin Wolman, with Big Bark Media in Neenah.       

Water Extraction

Water Extraction

Recently we were called to a large water loss at a senior living apartment building.  A water main broke in two places at either end of a long hallway.  By the time maintenance was able to shut off the water, 55 rooms were effected including tenant units, a community room, offices and more.

Pictured is our technician, extracting water from the commercial carpet involved.  The darker areas are where the carpet is still saturated.  The lighter areas show where our technician has already extracted water with our heavy duty suction.

Slow Water Leak

Not all water damage situations are immediately evident.  Sometimes a small or slow plumbing leak can take days, weeks or even months to become evident.  This was a slow plumbing leak in the basement of a news publication building.  The carpeted area was the first place to get wet.  It took a little while for the blue carpet in the room to become saturated and eventually leak out into the unfinished area where it was a little more obvious and the leak was finally detected.   

Power for Commercial Water Loss

When water damage strikes a commercial property, the amount of square footage that gets wet is often very large.  And a large amount of square footage, requires a large number of air movers and dehumidifiers to properly dry the structure.  Very often there simply aren't enough electrical outlets, and sometimes even power to the structure, to run all of the necessary equipment.  

In situations like that, we bring in an electrician and/or additional power panels as necessary.  Here is a small power panel at a furniture store that experienced water damage when a pipe burst due to extreme winter cold.