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No Job Too Big Or Too Small

Cleaning and restoring commercial properties require a unique blend of training, experience, and equipment. SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock has the resources and expertise to give you excellent results while minimizing the disruption to your clients. We can help make it “Like it never even happened.”

Emergency Response Plan

How quickly your company can get back to business after a tornado, fire, or flood often depends on the emergency planning done today. The regular occurrence of natural disasters demonstrates the importance of being prepared for any emergency. While each situation is unique, your organization can be better prepared if you plan carefully, put emergency procedures in place, and practice for all kinds of emergencies. SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock can help with the preparations by walking you through your very own Emergency Response Plan (ERP). We can help you identify all utility shutoffs, including your sprinkler shut offs and how to protect your server in the event of a power failure.

Call SERVPRO of Southwest Lubbock today to schedule your ERP. 806-780-6311

A small leak can make huge problems!

On Monday night, when the last person left the office, everything was perfect. Then Tuesday morning, everything changed. A small pipe in the wall caused a BIG water damage and shut down the entire plant for the day. SERVPRO was able to extract the water and set drying equipment while their IT support got their computers back up and running in record time. 

Bottling Company Has Water Loss

When this beverage distribution center had a water damage that went undiscovered for 4 days it became very apparent that this was not going to be a small job. Since the water was in the building for that long, it was decided that removing the affected sheetrock would be the best thing for everyone involved. And good thing it was, because mold growth was already starting to appear. The rooms affected were put under negative pressure and demo was started. All affected areas were treated with a biocide and all affected materials were thrown away in a dumpster on-site. All materials that were removed were replaced after a clearance test deemed all the air to be breathable again. 

Psychology Building floods

Over the Christmas break an unoccupied building suffered a major water loss. Ceiling tiles were affected throughout the entire building and at least 6" of water was still standing in a majority of the building. Elevator shafts had to be extracted and dumped in to special containers. Since the majority of the building was affected by the water damage a specialized dehumidifier had to be placed to dry down the building in a timely manner. The large supply tubing was run through out the building to pump in hot dry air. Thanks to the large desiccant dehumidifier, the building was dried down in a matter of days instead of weeks. 

Commercial Black Water Loss

When this local business suffered a water loss from a sewage drain line, precautions had to be taken. Sewage water contains bacteria which means crews have to wear Tyvek suits, gloves and masks. According to the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) any time there is bacteria laced water that comes in contact with porous materials, said materials need to be discarded. So, sheetrock, baseboard, carpet pad and carpet had to be removed and discarded. We had to apply a heavy amount of biocide to all the affected areas and then dry down any non-porous materials. A small area of wet carpet and sheetrock turned in to quite a largejob by the time it was complete.