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Fire Damage – New Britain Home

Fire damage at this New Britain home began on the stovetop. Fires like this fueled by food on the stovetop create a sooty mess and undesirable odor. The fire da... READ MORE

Spillage in a New Britain Home

The water stains on this almost new carpet in a New Britain home sent our customer into a frenzy. Luckily, her neighbor suggested to call SERVPRO; We're Faster ... READ MORE

Commercial Water Damage – New Britain Facility

If your small office building, hotel, restaurant, apartment building, or large retail store suffers water damage like this office, our crew can help! We respond... READ MORE

Storm Damage – Middletown Home

Storm damage occurred at this Middletown home when flying debris was blown through the bedroom windows. The family was vacationing, so the rainwater that entere... READ MORE

Water Damage in a Middletown Condo

The Before Photo was taken days after the water heater leaked and soaked the vinyl floor tiles, base cabinets, and sheetrock walls. No standing water is left; i... READ MORE

Water Damage – Middletown Office

Water damage to this Middletown office was the result of a plumbing leak. The leak was clean water so the flooring could be restored rather than replaced if the... READ MORE

Middletown Water Loss Restoration

The leak from the overhead plumbing dripped sufficient water onto the ceiling panels to alert the homeowner that a water damage occurrence was in progress. When... READ MORE

SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain Restores Water Damaged Material

Nearly all building material is porous and retains water. Drywall and flooring material such as carpet and hardwood are usually the first damaged during a water... READ MORE

SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain Provides Storm Relief

SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain assisted several homeowners who were affected by Hurricanes Sandy and Irene. You can never be too prepared for a storm event. ... READ MORE

SERVPRO of Middletown/New Britain Works With Your Insurance Company.

Water is particularly invasive. When it comes into contact with building material, it can break down parts of your properties structure. Things like drywall bec... READ MORE