Recent Before & After Photos

How do I dry an apartment complex after rain damage?

1. If your apartment complex experiences a massive flood, SERVPRO can help dry and restore it back to pre loss condition. 2. It is critical to make sure th... READ MORE

Wind Storm in Dawsonville

Not all storms are wet. This particular one blasted very high winds that felled trees in the Dawsonville area as noted in the Before Photo. Since we are a full-... READ MORE

Mold in a Cumming Wall

The outer appearance of this wall gave away the mold growth within it. This Black Mold was growing inside the wall cavity necessitating a demolition to remove t... READ MORE

Cumming House Suffers Fire Damage

The before photo depicts the appearance of a home in Cumming after a fire has damaged the interior and access points. SERVPRO of Forsyth and Dawson Counties tra... READ MORE

Water Damage – Cummings Home

Water damage at this Cummings garage ceiling started with a water heater leak from the floor above. The residents discovered the leak when returning home from a... READ MORE

Cumming Beauty Salon Under Siege

This beauty salon in Cumming lost its luster when the sewage system backed up overnight and flooded the establishment. This highly contaminated Black Water requ... READ MORE

Storm Damage _ Cumming Home

Storm damage to this Cumming home resulted when heavy winds from a thunderstorm tore a portion of roofing away from the house and rainwater was allowed to enter... READ MORE

Dahlonega Extensive Mold Remediation

Our SERVPRO Applied Microbial Remediation Technicians were called upon to fix this nasty mold infestation in a utility area of this home in Dahlonega. The first... READ MORE

Bedroom in Cumming and a Water Problem

The teenager in this home in Cumming was not careful enough with the water faucet in his bathroom adjoining his bedroom. The water stains do not illustrate the ... READ MORE

Dawsonville Fire & Smoke Damage

The fire affected several rooms of this house in Dawsonville. This garage suffered scorched damage, which was superficial and not structural, to the second floo... READ MORE