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Our Goal is Every Job Done 100

We put 100 percent into every job we have the opportunity to perform at SERVPRO of Southeast Salem.  No matter the size of the job we always perform at our best to ensure customer satisfaction.  Whether the job is cleaning, fire restoration or water mitigation, it is alway our top priority to assist our customers in any situation. SERVPRO of Southeast Salem always keeps it 100.  

Mold is Common Here in Oregon

Upon inspection of a local area business severe mold growth had been discovered.  This mold infestation was the result of an untreated flood event that the office had endured prior to the current business that operated there. With just one call to SERVPRO of Southeast Salem we were able to successfully make it "Like it never even happened.", so the business could get back to work as usual.  

Mold Spreads Quickly

Mold growth can spread very rapidly if it isn't properly attended to.  The quicker you call SERVPRO of Southeast Salem the faster we can remediate the situation.  We are always there for our customers to make it "Like it never even happened."

This Cabinet Below the Sink has Seen Better Days

A leaky sink unattended to over time creates the perfect place for mold to grow.  SERVPRO of Southeast Salem was called in and successfully mitigated and remediated this offices area under their kitchen sink.  Wherever you encounter mold we are there to help fix the situation.  

A Car With an Open Window Can Create Mold

This dealerships customer had the unfortunate instance of having mold grow inside their new truck.  Luckily SERVPRO of Southeast Salem was there to perform mold remediation on their truck. We have the training and equipment to fix any mold problem in any place it may occur.  

You Never Know Where Mold May Grow

This local business had the unfortanate circumstance of being invaded by mold.  The mold grew on the walls floor and furniture. The entire structure needed mold remediation which we were more than happy to provide.  SERVPRO of Southeast Salem made it "Like it never even happened."