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Affects of Winter Storms in Local Residence


When a winter storm blew through Kirksville Missouri, it knocked the power out in this local customers residence. Once they were without power, they had to use ... READ MORE



Water Damage to Kirksville Home


When standing water was found on the floor of this Kirksville home, SERVPRO of Kirksville was quick on site. Water had come up though the toilet and overflowed,... READ MORE



Water Back Up in Kirksville


When a septic tank backed up at this location in Kirksville, SERVPRO of Kirksville was quick on site and to the rescue! Water had come up though the toilet and ... READ MORE



Water Loss in KV


When a septic tank backed up at this location in Kirksville, SERVPRO of Kirksville was quick on site. Water had come up though the toilet and overflowed, as wel... READ MORE



Standing Water in Green Castle Home


In this water loss a toilet overflowed and cause about 2-3 inches of standing water in the customers basement. After removing the standing water themselves, the... READ MORE



Toilet Overflow in Green Castle


In this water loss a toilet overflowed and cause about 2-3 inches of standing water in the customers basement. After removing the standing water themselves, the... READ MORE



Cleaning Results in Lucerne Home


When an electrical fire started in this Lucerne home, our customer was in need of a reliable restoration company that would be able to quickly respond to their ... READ MORE



Demolition from Fire in Lucerne


When an electrical fire started in this Lucerne home, our customer was in need of a reliable restoration company that would be able to quickly respond to their ... READ MORE



Mold Problem in Local Home


When we were called on this residential water job, we noticed something. Under the flooring of the master bedroom, there was mold growth sporadically throughout... READ MORE



Water Damage in Brookfeild


This water loss the result of a burst pipe in this Brookfeild home. The weather this year has lead to temperatures as low as -30 degrees. This can lead to pipes... READ MORE