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We offer preventative cleanings for businesses

During this unprecedented time caused by the global pandemic of coronavirus, this is a reminder to our customers that we are specialists in commercial cleaning ... READ MORE

No commercial water loss is too big

SERVPRO of South Philadelphia has the training, experience, and equipment to handle large commercial flooding or water damage emergencies. Whether your water em... READ MORE

We also offer HVAC services

Air duct and dryer vent cleanings are extremely important to you and your family's health. The air ducts in your Philadelphia home have a very important job. T... READ MORE

Mold spreads quickly

As long as the mold has organic matter for food, moisture, warmth, and oxygen it will grow wherever it wants. It is highly recommended to take great precaution... READ MORE

A fast response is crucial to flooding and storm damage

The first 24 hours after a storm causing widespread flooding and water damage are the most important in preventing secondary or permanent damage. Our team is re... READ MORE

Now screening, microbial growth!

A University in Philadelphia had called about a room in their building that was affected by microbial growth on their blinds and drapes. After inspecting the l... READ MORE

Stepping into a new chapter!

Yesterday, Miguel and Cordon provided a power washing service for a repeat customer’s commercial building. She asked if we could clean two different prope... READ MORE

Mold remediation within a 2017 Audi A4.

Customer had left windows open during a rain storm and it was left untreated for a month. Our technicians Cordon, and William started by getting dressed in thei... READ MORE

Shower drain back up into basement

We started out by extracting the standing water. Solids were scooped up and disposed of properly. Floor was power washed with Sporicidin and Lemon Berry, extrac... READ MORE

Drain Backup at the Navy Yard

About a week ago, we received a call to go down to the Navy Yard for a drain backup in one of their buildings. It came from one of the toilets that overflowed ... READ MORE