Commercial Photo Gallery

Air mover blowing air into injection drying tubes inserted into wall

Warm, Dry Air

This photo shows an injection drying system being used to dry out the wall cavity in this building. The customer had an event in the adjoining room and did not want the people in attendance to see the equipment. This system allowed us to continue drying the affected areas throughout the meeting. The customer was grateful they did not have to reschedule the event, which had been planned for months. We were happy to help accommodate the special requirements for this job while simultaneously continuing to dry the structure. Just another example of how SERVPRO of Lake County can serve you.

Dry Ice fire Cleaning

Commercial Brick cleaning from fire

Always count on SERVPRO to get the job done for you!

SERVPRO of Lake County Florida was contacted by a business owner to give an estimate on a fire cleanup on his brick structure. When the project manager arrived onsite the brick structure area was severely damaged with smoke from the fire. They asked for an estimate to get all the remediation work done ASAP. First in order was using a specific method to take care of all the major fire and soot damage on all the brick. We wanted to use a process that would be the cleanest and most effective way in getting it taken care of with minimal cleanup. The method to clean the brick SERVPRO and the owner decided on was dry ice blasting. We told him that our goal was to make it “Like it never even happened.” Please call SERVPRO of Lake County FL. at Ph. 352-735-3311 for and disaster whether large or small.

Standing water on the floor of an electrical room


Water and electricity don't mix! Our crew had to carefully test the water for conductivity before extracting this standing water from the mechanical room of this commercial loss. If you find yourself in a similar situation, please call a professional. Attempting to mop up the water yourself could result in a tragic accident.

Two techs using equipment in empty room

Commercial Mold Job

SERVPRO of Lake County Removes Mold from Commercial Buildings.

We work hard with in our community to restore living and work spaces. We enjoy solving big problems in big structures and we consistently pass mold tests.

Technician standing in front of a loss site

Large Commercial Water Loss

Dave is our lead water technician. You can see him here, standing in front of a large commercial water loss. The emergency call came in just before closing time on a Wednesday. Almost 5000 square feet of the business was flooded and covered in debris where the ceiling had collapsed. Dave and his crew jumped in their trucks and headed out to the loss site where they spent a good portion of the night extracting standing water and removing ceiling debris. Thanks to the quick response and hard work of the team, the damage was minimized and business was able to resume in just a few days. 

Two techs hepa vacuuming the floor

Mold Remediation in a commercial building

Our team was part of this mold remediation at a commercial facility. The customer was in the middle of a remodel when growth was discovered. SERVPRO of Lake County was called to save the day! The crew worked tirelessly to mitigate all growth to help this remodel get back on track. In this photo, two of our team members are busy hepa vacuuming one of the affected rooms after the demolition was complete. Hepa vacuuming is a great tool for growth jobs because it helps eliminate dust and growth particles from the air and surfaces. Demolition is dirty work and Hepa vacuuming helps to cut down on the cleaning time.