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24/7 Services

Day or night, SERVPRO of W. Vancouver/ Clark County can help board up your commercial business.

Senior care facility water damage with drying equipment

Emergency Services

SERVPRO offers emergency services for your business 24/7.

Weekend Water Loss

Our crews worked hard for this Vancouver business when they had a supply line bust.

First we extracted the water from the carpet, removed the baseboard and drilled holes in the drywall. Then we set air movers and dehumidifiers to ensure proper drying.

Air Museum Cleanup

When a local air museum moved their on display airplanes out of the hangar SERVPRO of W. Vancouver / Clark Co. was called in to cleanup and restore their white floor to look like new again. Call us today for your Residential or Commercial needs (360) 695-4418

Commercial Glass Clean Up

This local restaurant had a car drive through their front glass entrance. Our crew arrived and quickly started the clean up process. We inventoried all the items in the affected area and removed all the glass through the restaurant. We Then boarded up the now vacant space where the glass was and prepared the area for a contractor to come in and start the rebuild process.

Corrections Office

Plumbing under a sink at this correctional facility started to leak, causing multiple rooms to flood. Buildings like this can’t afford downtime caused by these disasters so they contacted SERVPRO of Vancouver& Clark Co. to get the job done quickly and efficiently.

Church Bathroom Leak

A bathroom leak over the basement which was purposed as a youth center. This job required a lot of demo work and a lot of extensive drying. SERVPRO got the job done right and helped get this church back up on their feet!

Newly Remodeled Church

Just prior to this job this church underwent over $2 million in renovations. Landscapers misjudged the landscape which caused water to flow from the parking lot down into the basement of the church. SERVPRO was able to restore and save much of the building.