Commercial Photo Gallery

Hotel in Starkville, MS

This shows that significant water damage can happen anywhere, whether it is a house or business. This happened on the third floor and affected the second and first floors as well. 

Restaurant in Philadelphia, MS

This happened at a restaurant in Philadelphia, MS. By giving SERVPRO a call the same day the problem was found, we were able to resolve the issue at hand quickly and efficiently before the problem got worse. 

Community Center, Durant MS

After tornadoes hit this community the roof was damaged in this facility.  SERVPRO of Northeast Delta Lands removed affected material on this multi-floor facility and dried the remaining suds and sub floor.

Funeral Home Fire, Greenwood MS

Lightening struck this funeral home and caused smoke damage in the entire facility. Electrical issues and structural integrity of the building made a complete move out necessary.  Assessment of the contents was also required from SERVPRO of Northeast Delta Lands.

Church, Grenada MS

Frozen pipes caused massive damage to this church.  Ceilings, walls and flooring had to be removed in order to dry the studs and sub-floor.  The administration of the church were very pleased with the work of SERVPRO.

Large Commercial Job

Technicians from NEDL getting started at commercial water damage in Canton, Mississippi. Water was extracted from 38,000 sf.

While there are many methods for drying structural components and contents, the “in-place” drying system has been taught in the industry and used by drying contractors since the early ’80s. In those days, this method of drying components, without significant removal of furnishings or fixtures, was somewhat restricted, due to limitations imposed by extraction, evaporation and dehumidification equipment. In recent years, however, drying technology (extraction, evaporation, dehumidification), along with better understanding of psychrometry, has advanced in major ways so that in-place drying has, in some cases, become far more safe and practical.