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Nicotine Damage in Your Home

Did you know SERVPRO of Hernando County offers nicotine cleaning services? Nicotine can be an extremely hard odor to remove from a home. Usually it's because of the years of build up from smoking indoors. Not only can nicotine cause odor and discoloration in your home, it can also wreak havoc on your air conditioning if it is left running. As you can see from the photo, you can clearly tell this homeowner smoked heavily inside, so much so that it turned the air filter yellow! 

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Water Damage? This team has your back!

Meet our water dream team! They are the best of the best when it comes to conquering water damages in your home! From speaking to adjusters to answering all of your questions and being a friendly voice during a traumatic time - they are unstoppable!

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Our Own Personal MVP

Our owner Jeremy George was a finalist in SERVPRO's One Team MVP contest. Jeremy was nominated be his fellow franchises and coworkers for exemplifying the mission, vision, and purpose of SERVPRO!

Wildlife

About to jump in our bright green trucks to get our day started, seeing some of the local wildlife outside our warehouse brings smiles to our faces. With a sense of pride, we drive off to our customers properties knowing we keep our facility here at SERVPRO of Hernando County safe for wildlife and our surrounding environment clean; Just as we do the same to your home and business as we are diligent to clean up after our messes and make sure to leave no trail behind. 

We Are Here-24/7

SERVPRO of Hernando County is available for your damage needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In our warehouse we display something that is very important to our company, our on-call teams. At all times of day we have a team on call, ready at any moment to be at your property ready to help. Better than that is the fact we have a back-up on call team who is on stand by to be called in, in the most important times. No matter the time of day, We are here. 

Prepared For Any Size Job

At our SERVPRO of Hernando County facility we have the equipment to clean and restore damages of any size, big or small. Just outside of warehouse and offices are our many different types of vehicles showing we truly are ready for it all. Whether you have a project that needs a full box truck, company van, large trailer, or just a simple truck bed, we are prepared. Our 24/7 emergency service here at SERVPRO of Hernando County means we are gassed up and ready to hop in any size company vehicle ready to make your damage “Like it never even happened.”

Finding Beauty in Chaos

The view from our onsite office during the early morning hours is a beautiful one but the view of the devastation caused by ferocious winds wiping about the Florida Panhandle shorelines will be forever remembered.  Working within walking distance from the beach, customer homes were devastated, leaving some with nothing but the debris left behind.

Soot or Dust? Can You Tell the Difference?

If your Weeki Wachee home was affected by a fire would you know the difference between dust and soot?

Distinguishing between dust & soot: 1. Soot is black, dust is grey; 2. Dust bunches and soot doesn’t; 3. Soot may also be grey but has less bulk than dust; 4. Soot could be hard to see, check with white tissue.

Call SERVPRO of Hernando County at (352)683-3730 for assistance with fire and soot.

On the Ground in North Carolina after Hurricane Florence

On the ground in North Carolina following the devastation by Hurricane Florence, our crews are doing what they do best - helping customers, friends and family during the time they need it most.  

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Flooded School? No problem!

When a water supply line bursts causing flooding throughout a local Spring Hill school, SERVPRO of Hernando County crews were dispatched in minutes. SERVPRO of Hernando County is Faster to any size disaster, extracting water and placing drying equipment to help prevent damages from a second loss.

Are Your Exterior Walls Dry After A Tropical Storm?

After tropical storm force winds pelt water at your exterior walls and windows in Spring Hill, it is always better to stay safe and have your exterior walls checked for moisture.

Toilet Line Leak at a Local Church

Leaks in the toilet supply line are all too common, a call we receive a few times a week at least. SERVPRO of Hernando County received an after-hours phone call from a church after a storage line leaked, causing damage throughout the children’s area. SERVPRO technicians were immediately dispatched to extract water and place drying equipment so the children could get back to playtime “Like it never even happened.”

From Smoke to Soot - A total Fire Loss

From smoke and soot to full loss from fire, SERVPRO of Hernando County can handle it. A fire sparked inside a rented unit at a storage facility in Spring Hill, spreading throughout more than 25 units. Our team assisted by emptying each unit and helping clients sort through belongings for salvageables, all the way to rebuilding the structure.

An Ice Line Break in a Brooksville Commercial Building

When an ice maker line leaks, it can happen quickly, leading to serious damage in a kitchen and – if it goes too long – throughout an entire building.  Luckily, the kitchen manager of this Brooksville commercial building caught the leak quickly and called SERVPRO of Hernando County, so mitigation could begin quickly and damage was minimized. 

Mold Can Affect Your Duct System Too

Once mold has reached your HVAC system be assured it has also blown throughout your duct system. This Weeki Wachee home had a small leak, going unnoticed for quite some time, giving mold the perfect home in the a/c and duct system.

Thermal Imaging Saves The Day!

During the dry out process of a Spring Hill home the leak detection company was having difficulties locating the cause of the leak. With the use of our thermal imaging, SERVPRO of Hernando County was able to locate – a rat had chewed a hole in condensation line between the first and second floors.

Can you say "Timber?"

Even restoration companies suffer from the wrath of hurricanes. Hurricane Irma decided she wanted to try and drop a tree on our office but even that wouldn’t stop our team from helping customers in their time of need.

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Containment During Fire Remediation

During the fire remediation of this Spring Hill home, one of the first steps was to set up containment using negative pressure and HEPA filtration around the affected area. This helps minimize soot moving out of the area to other parts of the home.

A Storage Unit Oops.

Always be mindful of what you place in your storage unit. A single train battery was left in one unit exploded causing a fire which engulfed nearly 50 other units. As seen in this photo, most items were unsalvageable.  

We clean contents too!

Whether it be from a fire or mold damage, the contents of your home can be severely affected. SERVPRO of Hernando County can pack out, clean and store your items until they are ready to be delivered to your home.

Oh No! Cigarette Butts Don't Belong There.

After a lit cigarette butt was thrown away the trash can at a local assisted living facility caught fire. SERVPRO of Hernando County was on the scene immediately to restore the property back to its original condition. 

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Mold, Mold Everywhere!

This photo is a prime example of what can happen when mold is left untreated and given the opportunity to expand. In addition to causing a ton of damage to your business, untreated mold may also have negative health effects as well and should be handled as soon as possible. 

Preparing for any sized disaster!

Hurricane season is already under way and it's time that you get prepared. Pasco County Emergency Management held a Disaster Expo this weekend providing every detail to ensure your family is safe this hurricane season and for those to come. 

We will get your company back in business!

After a water sprinkler broke and flooded a commercial space, this local business needed a way to get back on their feet after damage -- and quickly! We jumped right into action to remediate the issue and dry things up!

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SERVPRO supports the SPCA

Executive Director Jeremy George signs a giant check in support of the SPCA Suncoast. Our company was proud to be able to make this donation for such a great cause!

Going to the Dogs

SERVPRO of West Pasco is a proud supporter of NAIFA North Suncoast and its chosen charity, Southeastern Guide Dogs, Inc.

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Water Damage in Progress

Daniel is busy extracting water after installation of a containment barrier to expedite drying. Our technicians are trained on the proper steps to dry-out your home in the most efficient way possible.

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Attention to Detail

Before we hit the road to service clients each day, our production team gathers outside the warehouse to discuss ongoing projects and receive daily work orders. Here, Executive Director Jeremy George coaches Jeremiah as they list out supplies he’ll need for that day’s contents packout project in Weeki Wachee. 

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Good Morning!

Work orders in hand, our crew is all smiles and ready to rock after the morning production meeting. Walter, Jeremiah, Steven, and Sheldon are here to help and ready for whatever happens!

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Whistle While You Work…

Cleaning contents is a calling, and a detail-oriented task we love at SERVPRO of Hernando County. Using our specialized equipment, cleaning products, and cleaning protocols, our team works to restore clients’ belongings affected by smoke, soot, or mold. Whenever possible, we help our clients restore so they don’t have to replace!

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Safety First

Our top priority at SERVPRO of Hernando County is safety. Ready to begin mitigating a mold issue, our crew is protected with full-face respirators and Tyvek suits. You can’t see, but we’re pretty sure they’re smiling.

Where's Walter?

Sometimes our crew finds themselves in some pretty crazy spots. Donning his PPE gear, Walter climbed down into a tight crawl space to remove insulation affected by water damage. And, as always, he’s still smiling!