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3 fans drying one office cubical.

Small Office Flooding

Located in West Hartford, Connecticut, this small office building had a pipe break in the bathroom one morning causing nearly an inch or two of flooding. SERVPRO of West Hartford immediately brought in their drying equipment and was able to get both the business and their employees back on track.

The warehouse's interior after recovering from the fire.

Warehouse Fire

A major fire struck this warehouse when some combustible dust caught aflame. The extent of this fire did considerable damage but was extinguished before it had got progressively worse. SERVPRO of West Hartford arrived on the scene as soon as possible to mitigate the damage and restore the customer’s warehouse back to working order within a few days. 

A church classroom with the first two feet of wall removed.

Trinity Church

A local community church had experienced a major sprinkler system malfunction within the lower floor of the building. There were many classrooms and even a dance studio that immediately became unavailable to the children. SERVPRO of West Hartford was able to quickly step in and keep the local community happy and their church on track, "Like it never even happened."

Hospital lobby area with fans running, furniture moved, and ceiling tiles removed.

Hartford Hospital

After a recent pipe-burst, one of Hartford Hospital's buildings suffered from a fair amount of water damage to at least three levels of the building. Damaging everything from lobbies, offices, and patient rooms. SERVPRO was on the scene immediately to help remediate the damage and renovate the facilities back to working order as soon as possible.

An exterior view of a hospital.

Water Damage in a Hospital

A sprinkler head broke at a major Connecticut hospital causing major water damage. One 3,000 square foot floor was flooded with water and the moisture then seeped into the walls. 

We determine the scope of the water damage and how far the moisture had traveled to ensure proper and complete restoration.

Then we had removed the majority of the water with pumps and vacuum units. Next our crew used specialized equipment to remove the remaining water. We used room measurements, temperature, and relative humidity to determine the best number of air movers and dehumidifiers needed to dry the hospital wing.

Then we cleaned restorable items and structures damaged by the water. We decontaminated the hospital wing and removed odors and deodorize the floor.

A large office building in the city of West Hartford, CT.

Cleaning Up Sewer Backup at Downtown Landmark

This landmark building in downtown West Hartford, Connecticut had a sewer backup that affected 156,000 square feet on seven floors. SERVPRO of West Hartford completed the clean up, restoring the building to the pre-sewage backup condition in 35 days including construction. In cases like this—a biohazard or sewage contamination in your business or commercial property—we ask customers to focus on safety. Exposure to biological and chemical contaminants that can pose serious health consequences. If your business suffers any type of contamination keep everyone out of affected areas. Call emergency service personnel if the situation is life-threatening. And turn off your building’s HVAC system if there’s sewage damage.

Woman showing SERVPRO employee around a flooded office.

Large Commercial Losses

SERVPRO of West Hartford has the training, experience, and equipment to handle large commercial storm, fire, or water damage emergencies. Regardless of your property type or size, we will respond quickly to clean your property and manage the restoration project to completion. Commercial businesses depend on us because of our 24-hour emergency service and immediate response to any size commercial disaster. We are part of a national network of 1800 franchises so we can handle any large commercial loss. The SERVPRO Commercial Large Loss Division is composed of our best of the best in restoration. Our commercial clients have included major institutions in the hospitality industry, universities, municipalities, and the Pentagon.