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Flood Damage In Montgomery Village

We have you covered when your Montgomery Village commercial property suffers flood damage. Our skilled crew can be reached 24/7 and will arrive quickly to your emergency. SERVPRO of Gaithersburg / Germantown has the training and equipment to restore your commercial property to pre-damage condition.

view of rooms with exposed studs after drywall removal

Gaithersburg Storm Damage Demolition

SERVPRO prefers to restore rather than demolish and replace building materials after a flood affects Gaithersburg area homes. When necessary, we minimize the cost and the build back with "flood cuts." This house is disinfected and ready for the next step.

Concreate flooring with water spots on the floor, with SERVPRO fan on the floor.

Storm Damage In Germantown

Storms can spell big trouble for your home in Germantown. Our crew will respond quickly and begin the restoration process. SERVPRO of Gaithersburg / Germantown has the experience and state-of-the-art equipment to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Medical Lab In Gaithersburg Suffers Storm Damage

Our experts responded to a call regarding a storm damage emergency. A medical lab in Gaithersburg was damaged after a storm and needed our help. We arrived quickly and started the restoration process. Our advanced equipment and specialized cleaning techniques helped restore this property to pre-damage condition. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster!

Storm Damage – Germantown

Storm damage in Germantown can involve extensive water damage requiring a large quantity of state-of-the-art equipment. SERVPRO of Gaithersburg / Germantown has the ability to provide the necessary amount of equipment for any size job. We are ready 24/7 to respond to your storm damage disaster with the most highly trained industry certified technicians available.

YMCA of Frederick

30,000 sf flood impacting the entire main level, and basement. We worked around the clock and they were able to reopen in 20 days.

"Like it never even happened."