Commercial Photo Gallery

SERVPRO air movers on the carpet near store inventory shelves with removed baseboards and drywall

Port Washington Commercial Restoration for a Beauty Supply Store

After water impacted the Port Washington beauty supply outlet in this photo, SERVPRO removed baseboards and small amounts of drywall so that air movers could remove moisture from wall cavities. This fast response minimizes repair needs and overall downtime.

Building under construction with standing water on a concrete floor

Syosset Building Under Construction Has Commercial Water Damage

SERVPRO Emergency Services received a call to handle commercial water damage at this Syosset supermarket that was in the process of being built. Rainwater entered through a leak in the unfinished roof. The techs made temporary repairs and extracted the water and dried the structure so the build could continue. 

Glen Cove Commercial Water Damage Extraction and Drying

Green SERVPRO service van in front of business storefront

When SERVPRO handles commercial water damage in Glen Cove properties, the techs take information about the services needed during the initial call. This detailed questioning allows the techs to load their green service vans with every piece of equipment required for the job.

SERVPRO truck parked in front of a flood damaged commercial facility

Commercial Flood Cleanup – Port Washington, NY

Commercial flood cleanup at a Port Washington, NY site is handled as an emergency. Our trucks are loaded with water restoration equipment and ready to roll 24/7. Our industry certified technicians can be at your commercial site quickly to begin flood damage remediation.

Personal Protective Equipment

SERVPRO of Hicksville/Plainview restorers in an environment where health and safety concerns arise are require to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) This helps protect our technicians from the many hazards associated with contaminated water, biohazard etc. 

Items protect for all potential exposures to the body and include:

  • Chemical-resistant gloves
  • Splash Goggles
  • Appropriate Respirator
  • Hard hat
  • Rubber boots with hardened shank 
  • Protective clothing

Drying Affeced Areas

Restorative drying

SERVPRO of Hicksville/Plainview manipulate and control as many factors as possible in our drying system to produce the most efficient drying.

Once as much water as possible has been extracted, evaporation of remaining moisture is enhanced by:

  • Lowering humidity in the affected air
  • Increasing airflow across wet surfaces.
  • Controlling temperature of air and surfaces
  • Using outside air when possible 
  • Creating a drying chamber.  

Evaporated moisture must be removed from the affected areas by dehumidification or ventilation.

Technicians in Personal Protective Equipment Cleaning in a hospital operating room

Levels of Clean - Sterile

  • 100% of pathogens & contaminates removed
  • Sterile environments required for special circumstances – hospitals and ‘clean-rooms’.
  • Special chemicals, equipment & procedures required to achieve.

In any cleaning situation call in our SERVPRO professional to make it "Like it never even happened."

Supporting Tricounty IIAA

Our SERVPRO of Hicksville/ Plainview ladies Supporting Tri-County Independent Insurance Agents Association back in October for the annual Oktoberfest in support of Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.  We were proud to support the cause as well as the association . 

TriCounty Installation Diner

A few of SERVPROs finest Women attending the TriCounty Agents Installation Diner at the Chateau Briand. SERVPRO would also like to Congratulate James Bastian, Advantage Partners, Inc., as he begins his term as President of TriCounty Independent Insurance Agent.

8.8.16 Golf Outing Honorable Order of The Blue Goose

Yesterday August 8,2016. SERVPRO of Port Jefferson/Stony Brook & Hicksville/Plainview attened The Blue Goose Memorial Golf Outing at Towers Country Club in Floral Park. By sponsoring the event we raised money for the building of the World Trade Center Memorial & for supporting our wounded/disabled veterans through the Marine Corps League. ????