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The exterior of the building is shown with very bad fire damage.

McDonalds Fire in Eddystone, PA

This photo shows the exterior of a McDonalds in Eddystone, PA that suffered a fire. The fire started inside of the building, and caused substantial exterior fire damage and interior smoke damage. SERVPRO of Media quickly helped this McDonalds get back to business by eliminating the smoke and soot, and repairing the structural damage.

Knee-high water is shown in an unfinished basement.

Flooded Basement in East Norriton, PA

This basement in East Norriton, PA flooded, leaving the entire basement with knee-high water throughout. Luckily, SERVPRO of Media were called out to assess and mitigate the damage. We quickly arrived onsite and were able to extract all of the water in only a few hours!

A few of our technicians are shown working to eliminate the soot that was left from the fire.

Restoring an Animal Hospital After a Fire

This animal hospital in Newtown Square suffered an unfortunate dryer fire, which caused a heavy odor and soot to affect the entire building. Luckily, the hospital workers were able to quickly get all of the animals out to safety! SERVPRO of Media began work the same day we were called out to quickly get the building back in working order.

One of our skilled technicians is shown fogging a commercial building with disinfectant.

Servicing Businesses and Commercial Buildings Throughout COVID-19

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, SERVPRO of Media has been helping many businesses through our cleaning services! We provided service to this Mini Cooper dealership, which included fogging the building with disinfectant and thoroughly wiping down all touch points and horizontal surfaces.

A fallen tree is shown along with damage to the roof of the house.

Fallen Tree in Broomall, PA

Recently our area was hit with an incredibly destructive storm. We received tons of calls for help with tree damage, with this being one of them. SERVPRO of Media worked quickly to get the tree removed, the roof tarped, and ultimately the interior water damage mitigated!

Sticky black soot is shown covering walls and items in a basement.

Puffback in Newtown Square, PA

At first glance, you would think there were black cobwebs in this photo! In reality, this is the extreme result of a furnace puffback. After a puffback, soot can cover everything in your home. This includes walls, curtains, furniture, etc. Soot is not just powdery; it is sticky and black due to oil, which makes it incredibly difficult to clean without proper tools and training. SERVPRO of Media was called out to this particular puffback, and immediately began working hard to restore the home.

Two air movers are shown underneath the carpet in a basement that sustained a water damage.

Basement flood in Broomall, PA

See how the air movers (one of the many different types of drying equipment we use!) are placed under the carpet? This is a drying technique known as “floating.” This method involves loosening the carpet in some places to allow our air movers to blow warm, dry air underneath of the carpet while other air movers blow air across the top. There are some instances where we have to remove the carpet, but we always attempt to dry in place first.