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Here to Help in Lynchburg

When disaster strikes your business in Lynchburg, TX, you can always put your trust in our SERVPRO of Baytown/Channelview team! Our crew is highly equipped with powerful and advanced technology. If disaster strikes, give us a call today!

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Disaster Restoration Leaders

When you call SERVPRO of Baytown/Channelview, you can count on a quick response around the clock. Our crew is the leader in the water, fire, and mold damage cleanup and restoration industry in Baytown, TX.

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Commercial Cleaning Services

Here at SERVPRO Baytown/Channelview, we respond immediately to your cleaning and sanitization needs. Call us today at (281) 422-7292 and let us know how we can help you get your business back up and running!

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Here to Help, 24/7

SERVPRO of Baytown/Channelview is here to help 24/7, 365. We assist with water damage emergencies and pride ourselves on being "Faster to any size Disaster." You can count on our team to make your home or business "Like it never even happened."

Hurricane Harvey Mold

In February of 2018, the floods from Hurricane Harvey caused mold issues throughout the Refugio County Memorial Hospital. SERVPRO performed complete facility mold remediation, as well as containment, structural remediation and antimicrobial treatment. The total cost of the project is 1.9 million dollars.

Mcallen TX Floods 2018

In June of 2018, SERVPRO was discharged to the Mercedes Independent School District because of severe flooding. The Mcalllen TX Floods caused school wide facility flood and mold damage. SERVPRO executed full remediation services and reconstructed the interior of the facility. The total cost of the project was 2.2 million dollars.

Main Line Pipe Burst In Home 2 Suites Hotel

In July of 2018, Home 2 Suites Hotel experienced a main line pipe burst that resulted in a facility wide water damage remediation. In preparation for the facility’s redesign and construction, we extracted water from the scene and performed a structural dry down. The total cost of the project was 365,000 dollars.

Hurricane Florence

In September of 2018, Hurricane Florence caused severe damage to the Dillon County Technology Center. SERVPRO arrived immediately and conducted turnkey operations to the facility. Our highly trained technicians performed emergency services such as water extraction and structural dry down. Additionally, all non-salvageable items material were demolished and cosmetic materials were reinstalled. The total cost of the project was 1.4 million dollars.

Main Line Pipe Burst

In October of 2018, SERVPRO performed emergency mitigation service for Highland Oaks Church. Due to a main line pipe burst, the facility experienced major flooding. To salvage the original building and prevent further damage, we performed a water extraction as well as a structural dry down. The total cost of this project was 139,000.

Hurricane Michael

In October of 2018, SERVPRO restored Parthenon Prints after the damaged it received from Hurricane Michael. Due to extreme damage, we performed A-Z turnkey operations on the site. The facility required emergency mitigation, which included water extraction and debris removal. Additionally, total reconstruction was executed on the exterior and interior of the professional printing facility. The entire project cost a total of 5.5 million dollars.