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SERVPRO Green drying equipment placed in bedroom

Drying Equipment

This setup of SERVPRO Green drying equipment is specifically set by our production crew to complete the drying of the space in the most efficient way. Once drying equipment is placed, our crew allows it to sit for 24 hours before they come out and re-evaluate a new set up for the equipment to dry the rest of the space. 

containment and plastic protection placed for the demolition process

Demolition Containment

During the water mitigation process, demolition is sometimes necessary to properly mitigate the affected area. When our production crew has to provide demolition services, we always place containment to protect the rest of the structure from any contaminants in the air. This step also helps to avoid any further damage to the home or business. 

photo of a production member in full PPE cleaning residential home

In home COVID Cleaning

While SERVPRO of West Greenville County does provide cleaning services to the businesses of our community, we also provide our services to residents who are interested as well. Just give us a call at (864)-292-8570 for a quote on a cleaning today. 

SERVPRO Green drying equipment placed in hallway

Types of SERPVRO Equipment

Posted above are three types of drying equipment that we use at SERVPRO of West Greenville County. From left to right in the photo, there is an air scrubber, air mover, and dehumidifier. These are all an important part of the drying process. 

cause of loss for water damage

Fridge Supply Line Cause of Loss

This customer called us when the supply line to their fridge popped off, causing a significant amount of water damage to the apartment above their garage. The water ran throughout the night, and they woke up to the damage. First thing our customer did, was call their insurance company, who advised them to call us at SERVPRO of West Greenville County. Our production crew were out there to begin services the very same day!

production member wearing personal protective equipment

Importance of PPE

At SERVPRO of West Greenville County, we understand the importance of personal protective equipment for every job. It not only helps protect our production members, but while we are still in the midst of a pandemic, it helps to protect our customers too. 

cause of loss for water damage

Cause of Loss; Washing Machine Pipe

Some of the most common causes of water loss that we see at SERVPRO of Anderson are, HVAC, water heaters, and washing machines. We have several blogs detailing how important it is to keep these appliances maintained every single year. Head over to the blog page to check some of them out and save yourself from sever water damage to your home or business. 

containment and plastic protection

Travelers Rest, SC Containment

This home in Travelers Rest, South Carolina needed some minor demolition during the water mitigation process. At SERVPRO of West Greenville County, whenever there is a need for demolition or extensive treatment and cleaning, our production team sets plastic containment to protect out customers belongings. Our goal is to leave your home or business in as close to pre loss condition as possible. 

production members wearing masks as PPE

SERVPRO West Greenville County PPE

Our production members at SERVPRO of West Greenville County wear personal protective equipment on every job. At the very least, our team wears masks and gloves on all water mitigation, fire, and mold remediation jobs. Certain jobs do require extra pieces of personal protective equipment. 

moisture level reading on floor being stabilized

Moisture Readings

This photo is an example of what to expect if you have drying equipment set at your home after a water loss. Post any demolition that may be needed, our production crew will set drying equipment to finish the drying process. Over the course of drying time, the SERVPRO team will come out daily to check the moisture levels, making sure the equipment is doing its job. 

Drying equipment placed in hotel room after demolition is complete

Post Demolition Drying

Drying is an important part of any water mitigation process. Drying equipment is often placed through all steps of the process. Our production crew will place equipment right away, then if demolition is needed it will be removed to carry out that step. Once all required demolition is complete, to fully dry the affected materials, drying equipment will be placed again. 

production member wearing personal protective equipment

Personal Protective Equipment

SERVPRO of West Greenville County's project manager, Jacob, makes sure to set a good example by wearing his PPE for every job. Each job is different, so different types of personal protective equipment may be needed. At the very least, our production crew will be wearing their masks!

drying equipment placed in bathroom and hallway

Daily Departure

Each day during the mitigation process, our crew comes on to monitor the process and take readings to make sure the drying process is coming along. After initial inspection and demolition is done, this is what our customers can expect their home to look like in the days following. The drying process can last multiple days depending of the severity of the water damages. 

photo of a sketch of mitigation space on graph paper

An Important Part of the Mitigation Process

If you ever have SERVPRO of West Greenville County come out to inspect and provide services of any kind, you may notice one of our production crew holding graph paper. A very important part of the planning process for us relies on the sketch that they make of your affected space during that initial inspection. This not only helps our production team form a plan, but helps us communicate that plan to your insurance company. All the details of your mitigation or remediation job start with a sketch!

photo of a production member wearing a mask

Masked for Every Job

At SERVPRO of West Greenville County, our production members wear masks on every job they work on. Since the pandemic began in March 2020, our priority has been to keep our customers and our employees healthy. Personal Protection Equipment plays a vital role in helping us achieve that.

Roof tarped to prevent further water damages

Roof Tarping

Roof tarping is always recommended if you experience significant damage to the roof of your home. This helps to prevent further water damages. At SERVPRO of West Greenville County, we do request that this be done before we start our mitigation services.  Beginning services while there is a chance for further damages often requires that we need to come out for a second visit. In the long run, tarping your roof will save our customers money and time.

removed drywall in kitchen ceiling leaving exposed rafters

Ready for Reconstruction

This family in Greenville, SC suffered water damage from an upstairs bathroom that caused damaged to the floor below. Production removed drywall on the ceiling directly below the cause of loss. Our team makes sure to leave clean lines, ensuring an easy reconstruction. The goal is always to leave your home in as close to pre loss condition as possible. 

post water mitigation services on kitchen floor

Post Mitigation Photo

At the end of each job, our production crew take photos to show the work that has been performed. These photos are taken to hold ourselves accountable to the same quality of work for every single job. If you wouldn't want to take a picture of it, then the job is not done! 

Call us at SERVPRO of West Greenville County for top quality work, every single time! (864)-292-8570

photo of tarps placed on contents to protect it from services


Containment is when our production crew places tarps like in the photo above, to protect your belongings from the mitigation and demolition process. At SERVPRO of West Greenville County, we take every measure to leave your home in a close to pre loss condition as possible. 

photo of a kitchen and dining room post water mitigation services

Flooring Removal on Day 1

Due to the significant water damage on this flooring, our production crew removed it on day on. After testing the flooring carefully, all pieces that were too saturated to dry with equipment were removed. Much of the flooring in the kitchen was able to be salvaged, as can be seen in the photo above. 

Kitchen with flooring removed and drying equipment placed

Daily Departure Photos

At SERVPRO of West Greenville County, our production crew makes sure to take pictures every step of the way. This kitchen suffered water damage from the dishwasher resulting in some floor removal. This is an example of what these daily departure photos look like. A picture of how the drying equipment is placed and the work completed prior. We pride ourselves on being very thorough and providing the best service. 

sliding door boarded up to prevent reentry

First Step in Fire Remediation

One of the first steps our production crew takes in any fire remediation is to board the structure up. This is done for larger structures like this townhome. Boarding up the structure prevents reentry, keeping out wildlife and pests. It keeps the building in the purest 'post-fire' state, allowing our crew to restore without further damages due to weather. There are many reasons SERVPRO of West Greenville County boards up a building, but safety is always our main concern. 

SERVPRO West Greenville County production member wearing


Our production crew at SERVPRO of West Greenville County wears personal protective equipment on every single job. Our mission is to keep our customers safe and healthy during this pandemic. 

Water bed in home that SERVPRO extracted the water from

Waterbed Extraction

This family called SERVPRO of West Greenville County to see if we could extract the water from this water bed. The family was ready to dispose of this bed, but had no way to drain the water. SERVPRO of West Greenville County is available to do things other than mitigation and remediation, so give us a call for any extractions you may need help with. SERVPRO of West Greenville County (864)-292-8570.

SERVPRO employees gathered for a lunch meeting at a picnic table

SERVPRO West Greenville's Amazing Team

Some of our amazing Team Members enjoying lunch at a local favorite, Moe’s BBQ. We are honored to have such a Team that truly cares about the customer and quality that puts SERVPRO of West Greenville as a leader in the restoration industry.

SERVPRO Green extended enclosed trailer

SERVPRO West Greenville County New Extended Trailer

SERVPRO of West Greenville County continues to grow bigger and bigger, giving us and the community the need for bigger equipment. With this new trailer we will be able to cover any content job, ensuring all your belongings stay safe during transport!

SERVPRO pickup truck parked outside of commercial building that production was cleaning

SERVPRO West Greenville COVID Cleaning

SERVPRO of West Greenville County is here to serve our community's businesses during these trying times. Our crew is ready 24/7 to come out and clean your business to ensure it is ready for customers everyday. If you find that you or your employees test positive for COVID-19, give us a call at (864)-292-8570.

SERVPRO Helping with Hurricane Florence Restoration

This photo shows the damage of a home in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence. SERVPRO of West Greenville County went up to North Carolina to help restore homes and commercial buildings after the terrible tragedy of Hurricane Florence. SERVPRO of West Greenville County was able to get this home back to normal in no time, as well as help with many other homes in the area!

January CEO Award

SERVPRO of West Greenville County is proud to announce that we were awarded the January CEO Award. The CEO Award is given to individuals who go above and beyond to help create an excellent organization each month. We are so proud of Johnny and Valerie Lee!

SERVPRO Helping in the Community

SERVPRO of West Greenville County biked and volunteered for the 2018 Hincapie Grand Fondo bike race! We would like to thank all of our volunteers for helping give back to our local community!

A Ride to Remember

Owner, Johnny Lee, has been preparing for "A Ride to Remember", a 3 day bike ride to Charleston, South Carolina. The benefits go to the Alzheimer's Association. He completed the ride this weekend and SERVPRO of West Greenville County couldn't be more proud. 

Wheels for Meals Charity Ride

SERVPRO of West Greenville County participated in the 2018 Wheels for Meals Charity Bike Ride this past weekend. All proceed benefit the charity Meals on Wheels of Greenville. We enjoy helping the local charities and communities. 

SERVPRO of West Greenville County Celebrates our 1 Year

SERVPRO of West Greenville County Celebrated our 1 year with a low country boil with our friends, families, and customers! We thank everyone who has made this first year so great and can't wait to have another great year!