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man standing on water extraction equipment in office room

When big messes call for big equipment

Pictured here is one of our water damage restoration technicians extracting a significant amount of water from an office room. The water heater at this local company exploded on a Sunday night and left a huge mess for employees to find early Monday morning. Upon arriving on the scene, we noticed water still dripping from the ceiling and in some rooms the ceiling had collapsed. Our team worked quickly to remove as much water as possible so that reconstruction could begin promptly. 

Removing Soot Damage With a Sodablaster

Oftentimes fires can cause significant soot damage to hard to clean surfaces, like concrete, brick, stone, or ceramic. Sodablasting is one method we can use to remove soot damage from said surfaces. Sodablasting is a mild, but abrasive form of cleaning which utilizes sodium bicarbonate particles and compressed air to clean. It is similar to sandblasting, but it is much more gentle to the building structure. 

SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville Ribbon Cutting Celebration

On January 18, 2019, we had a ribbon cutting celebration at our new office located at 68424 James Street in Mandeville, Louisiana. With over 15,000 square feet in office and warehouse space, the new facility allows us more opportunities to better serve our customers and the community. 

Fire Damage Restoration in Abita Springs, Louisiana

This was the aftermath of a residential fire in Abita Springs, Louisiana. There was significant fire and soot damage. Our fire damage restoration technicians were able to remove all affected materials and ready the home for reconstruction services within a few weeks. 

Water Damage Restoration at Mandeville Home

SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville believes in restoring rather than replacing materials after water damage events. This policy helps to save both our customers and the insurance companies money. At the home pictured here, a leaking pipe discharged water into the kitchen and one nearby bedroom. In an effort to restore as much of the kitchen cabinetry as possible, our water damage restoration technicians utilized our power drying method. As you can tell some of the cabinetry needed to be removed because it was determined to be unsalvageable. Within a few short days, the remaining materials were dry and the homeowner was ready to begin rebuilding their home. 

Water Damage Restoration at Insurance Company in Covington

SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville is the trusted water damage restoration vendor for homeowners, business owners, and insurance industry professionals. This photo was taken at an insurance broker's office in Covington, Louisiana. A night of heavy rain and a clogged storm drain caused water to flood into the building affecting over 1,300 square feet of office space. Within one hour of receiving notice of the situation our water damage restoration crew was on site and beginning to help make this disaster seem "Like it never even happened". This is the SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville service promise to all of our customers, to always be ready to help and to be faster to any size disaster. 

Fire Damage Restoration in Local Restaurant

One day in September, a local restaurant was damaged by a kitchen grease fire. After assessing the damages, our fire damage restoration crew worked to remove all non-salvageable materials, clean the remaining structure, and clean the commercial cooking equipment. From small residential fires to large commercial fires, SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville is your local, trusted restoration vendor.   

Biohazard Cleanup

Most people don’t know it, but our restoration technicians are also certified in biohazard cleanup. We are able to help with an array of incidents, from animal waste removal to crime scene cleanup. For all of your cleaning and restoration needs, we are only one phone call away.  

Commercial Water Damage Restoration in Covington, Louisiana

While renovating a new space at this shopping center a contractor accidentally broke one of the sprinkler heads. Gallons of water began spewing out of the fire suppression system and leaked into the neighboring retail store. Once notified of the situation the property manager called us for help. Our water damage restoration crew was on site within twenty minutes. We quickly extracted all of the water and then properly placed drying equipment where needed. In just three days both affected retail spaces were completely dry. 

Personal Emergency Bag

Beginning in September, we will be delivering personal emergency bags to every fire station in St. Tammany Parish. Inside the bags are personal items needed after a disaster, like a hurricane or a fire, causes a family to leave their home. The bags are filled with the following items: a community resource booklet, gloves, a mask, soap, deodorant, toothbrushes, toothpaste, moist towelettes, a comb, a stuffed animal, a coloring book and crayons, and a first aid kit. 

Upcoming Continuing Education Class

On April 11th we will be teaching the two-hour continuing education class "Cleaning and Restoring Smoke Damaged Contents" at our office located at 68424 James Street in Mandeville. Registration is from 8:00 am to 8:30 am. The class will begin at 8:30 am and end at 10:30 am. All local insurance agents and insurance adjusters are welcome to attend. For more information or to register please send an email to

Water Damage Restoration in Slidell, Louisiana

In March of 2018, the sewage system in a retail store malfunctioned and caused water to flow through almost the entire store and warehouse. Over seven thousand square feet of the building was affected. Our crew was on site promptly and began mitigating the damages immediately. 

Water Damage Restoration at Covington Business

This photo was taken at a commercial building in Mandeville, Louisiana after an accident occurred and caused water to spew into multiple offices.  Within a few days our crew was able to extract the water and properly dry the building. 

Mold Damage Restoration

This photo was taken at a home in Covington that was affected with mold. Our crew helped to remove the mold and clean the studs. In this photo our technician is spraying a mold inhibiting sealer to prevent future microbial growth. 

Fire damage in Mandeville home

This was the aftermath of an electrical fire at a home in Mandeville, Louisiana. Several areas of the home incurred fire and soot damage. Our fire damage restoration technicians worked hard to make it seem "Like it never even happened."

Mold Damage Restoration

During the mold remediation process it is imperative to control the environment. In this photo we have properly contained the affected area to prevent further damages. The machine pictured filters the air and creates a negative air flow to remove airborne contaminants. 

Kitchen fire in Tickfaw, Louisiana

This was the aftermath of a kitchen fire in Tickfaw, Louisiana. There was significant damage in multiple rooms of the home. Our fire damage restoration technicians helped remove all non-salvageable fire damaged materials and cleaned all soot damaged materials. The home owner was happily surprised at how quickly we were able to clean their home and make it "Like it never even happened". 

Mold Growth After Water Damage Disaster

This picture was taken after a broken pipe caused water damage to the home and was undetected for awhile. The home was vacant at the time and no one knew when the accident had occurred. When we arrived mold was growing in multiple rooms of the home. Within a few weeks were we able to remove the contaminated materials and treat the home correctly to prevent future growth. 

SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville specializes in mold remediation for both residential and commercial buildings. 

If you notice mold growing in your home or business, then please give us a call today at 985-871-5375. 

Flood Damage Restoration in Baton Rouge

This photo was taken after our crew worked to remove flood water affected materials from a home in the Baton Rouge area. The equipment pictured here is working to dry out the remaining structure and to remove humidity from the room. 

Power Drying Wood Flooring

At SERVPRO of Greater Covington and Mandeville, we believe in restoring rather than replacing as much as possible after a disaster has affected a home or business. This photo was taken at a home in Covington after a broken pipe leaked water into multiple rooms. Instead of removing the wood flooring that had started to buckle from absorbing a good amount of water, we extracted all of the water and used a method called "power drying" to properly dry the wood. In just a few days the wood flooring was free of moisture and had returned to its original position. 

Flood Damage in Greenwell Springs

This photo was taken at a commercial building in Greenwell Springs, Louisiana after a storm caused massive flooding. Proper cleaning and restoration protocol requires material affected by flood water, which is classified as Category 3 water, to be removed. Category 3 water is contaminated by pollutants, toxins and bacteria. 

We worked to remove the affected material, dry out the remaining structure, and disinfect the entire area. 

Flood Damage Restoration

This photo depicts the damage caused by flooding. After the water subsided, a thin layer of mud was left on the floors inside this house. Flood water is considered Category 3 water and is littered with contaminants and toxins. Anything that flood waters have touched needs to be removed in order to ensure proper restoration. We worked to remove what was necessary and clean their home properly.  

Storm Damage in Gonzales, Louisiana

This photo shows how high the flood water reached in a local business after the storm in August of 2016. Flood water is considered Category 3 water and is littered with contaminants and toxins. Any porous material affected by flood water must be removed to prevent future damages like mold growth. 

August 2016 Flood Damage

This photo was taken at business in Denham Springs, Louisiana after the the catastrophic flood in August of 2016. Our crew helped restore this business by removing all materials affected by the contaminated flood water, properly drying the remaining structure, and we applied anti-microbial agents to prevent any future damage.  

Storm Causes Furniture Store to Flood

The massive flood of August 2016 caused enormous damage to hundreds of homes and businesses throughout Louisiana. This photo was taken at a furniture store in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We helped the local business remove and discard of all non-salvageable items. Then, we helped to clean and restore the building itself.

Pipe in Home's Foundation Breaks and Causes Water Damage

Upon arriving home from vacation, a Covington homeowner noticed water flowing from underneath their front door. At some point while they were away a pipe in the home's foundation burst, causing water with clay fragments to overflow from one of the toilets. In less than a week, we worked to remove all excess water, clean all affected materials, and we properly dried the affected areas. 

Punctured Water Supply Line Causes Damage

This photo was taken at a home in Covington, Louisiana. The homeowner was having their roof repaired when the roofer accidentally drilled into a water supply line. This caused water damage to a portion of the upstairs and downstairs living areas. We were able to extract all excess water and dry the affected areas in just a few days. 

Water Damage Restoration in New Orleans, Louisiana

This is a photo of our Injecti-Dry system removing excess water from wood flooring. By salvaging their beautiful wood flooring we were able to save the homeowner and their insurance company a lot of money. 

Mold Damage Restoration in New Orleans

This is a photo of mold damage in a New Orleans home. Our crew worked hard to remove all affected contents from the garage. Then, we used dry ice blasting to remove the mold. 

Mold Damage Restoration in Covington Home

This photo of mold growth was taken at a home in Covington after the homeowner discovered mold growing in their kitchen. The homeowner's refrigerator was slowly leaking water and this allowed mold to begin growing. We helped to remove the necessary material and to treat the remaining structure to prevent further mold damage. 

Fire Damage Restoration

This is a photo of results form one of our initial soot test after a home fire. As you can see each room had a layer of soot on the walls. Sometimes, you may not notice the soot at first after a fire. However, if left uncleaned the soot can begin to damage the structure of your home and your contents.

To learn more about our fire damage restoration surfaces please click here.  

Mold Remediation

During the mold remediation process we always need to contain the affected area in order to prevent the spreading of mold spores. This photo is an example of our mold remediation technicians installing a barrier between the  affected and the non affected area. 

Fire Damage Restoration

Pictured here is the source of a home kitchen fire. The homeowner turned the oven on self cleaner mode and accidentally forget about the pots and pans inside. Their old cast iron pot caught on fire. The fire department was able to break open the oven and suppress the flames. Thankfully, the fire was contained in the oven. However, soot traveled throughout the home. We were able to cleanup all soot damage within a week. 

Mold Remediation in Covington, Louisiana

During the summer, mold began to rapidly grow in a Covington business because of the high humidity and a leaking air duct. We were able to cleanup and restore this property within less than one week. 

Water Damage Restoration in Covington Business

This is a photo of one of our Water Damage Restoration Technicians monitoring our drying equipment after we extracted water from a local law office. Once the water is extracted, we return every 24 hours to monitor the drying process and record the level of moisture remaining. 

Water Damage Restoration in Mandeville Business

An autoclave in a outpatient surgery center malfunctioned and caused water to flow into multiple rooms. We used our injectidry system to quickly dry the building so they could perform their scheduled surgeries on time. 

Water Damage Restoration in Abita Springs Home

This is one of our technicians, Anne, extracting water from a home in Abita Springs. Overnight the homeowner's dishwasher malfunctioned and flooded most of the house. We worked to make it seem "Like it never even happened."

Water Damage Restoration in Madisonville, Louisiana

This is one of our technicians, Anne, extracting water on a yacht. The toilets backed up and flooded two stories on the boat over night. In less than a week we cleaned, dried and deodorized the yacht. 

Water Damage Restoration at Covington Business

This is a photo of Tristan, our Project Manager, using the Rover to extract water from an indoor sports facility. He was able to extract over 75 gallons of water in only a few hours!

Fire Damage Restoration in Amite, Louisiana

This is an example of how much damage a small kitchen grease fire can cause. Our team worked hard to remove all fire, smoke, and soot damage from this home in Amite. 

Fire Damage Restoration

Unattended cooking led to a grease fire in an Amite home earlier this year. We were able to cleanup the fire damage in two rooms, but the kitchen needed to more extensive restoration work. 

Water Damage Restoration at Mandeville Business

In late February, an old, rusted pipe exploded in a local training facility in Mandeville and flooded several offices and dorm rooms. We were able to extract the water quickly and help to prevent mold growth with our professional dehumidifiers and dryers. 

Water Damage Restoration at Covington Business

After someone kicked a soccer ball into a sprinkler head at a local indoor sports facility, water began flooding the commercial building. Responding quickly, we were able to extract over 75 gallons of water and allow the owner to reopen as soon as possible. 

Duct Cleaning at Mandeville Apartment Complex

Pictured here is one of our technicians cleaning the air ducts in a local apartment complex. The previous tenant of this unit was a smoker. We cleaned and deodorized the apartment and made it seem "Like it never even happened."