Why SERVPRO Photo Gallery

Why SERVPRO? Water Damage

Leaking windows that have water damage will usually cause an air quality sampling to test high in mold counts.  First fix the leak, and then call SERVPRO of South Elkhart County. We will first have the mold tested by an independent contractor. If results come back with mold, we walk our clients through each step of the remediation. Customer satisfaction is our number one priority! 

Why SERVPRO? Kitchen Fires

This was fire damage in Mobile. SERVPRO of South Elkhart County responded and found severe smoke and soot damage.  The team quickly began clean up.  They have professional cleaning equipment and techniques for all types of diasters.

Why SERVPRO? Leaky Roofs

This mold infestation in due to a roof leak. There was a significant amount of mold and mildew damage. The owner was happy that we were able to quickly and completely clean up the mold infestation. 

Why SERVPRO when it comes to mold remediation?

Besides causing a major business interruption, a mold problem can present a serious health risk for people exposed at your commercial property. Mold infestations can be caused by minor water intrusions, like a slow roof leak or loose plumbing fitting. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. If you suspect your property has a mold problem, call  SERVPRO of South Elkhart County, who will respond quickly and work fast to manage the situation.

Why SERVPRO? Water Heater Malfunction

Before of a water heater malfunction; it was located in the attic above the kitchen. Our crews came right in and cleaned up the mess after this unfortunate event! All SERVPRO technicians are professionally trained. 


During a water loss, SERVPRO of South Elkhart County is set to remediate and restore affected structural materials (drywall, baseboards, flooring, etc.). Removal of affected materials may be required, but we want to cause as little damage as possible in order to properly dry your home. In this photo, our technicians have removed the affected drywall, requiring replacement.

Red Mold?

This is a picture of red mold. As with other types of mold, red mold can come from water that has been sitting. Most mold is discovered after water has been extracted. Although red mold may look different than stereotypical mold, it is not. Most mold will turn red at some point in it's life depending on the age.