Commercial Photo Gallery

Two rectangles of visible black mold in the middle of a wall, a rectangular cut towards the ceiling and two missing tiles.

Educating College Professors on Mold

Looking at this wall, it seems like mold quietly began to grow (as it usually does) behind a board. A new professor at a local college was settling into his new office and took a white board off the wall. As soon as he discovered all the mold growing, he immediately reached out to his facilities manager. After discovering this was no match for a maintenance man, he called in his friendly neighborhood SERVPRO®. After a thorough inspection to the office, we got to work right away and removed the affected area of the science building.       

The outside of a burned commercial warehouse with a collapsing roof.

SERVPRO of Claremont Technicians Specialize in Commercial Buildings

Each of our technicians go through tedious trainings and classes to become expert restoration specialists for commercial buildings. We have the right tools and knowledge to restore your office, bank, warehouse and high rise back to its original state. This dismantled warehouse roof may look like a disaster, but to us it is a challenge that we have 10 days or less to restore.

A water technician extracting water from a restroom with a silver wand and green hose in hand.

An Unpretty Sight in a Montclair Nail Salon

Discovering an unwanted leak is never great for your business. This nail salon in Montclair was up and running in no time after our team completely dried the problem area after a septum tank leak.

a brown carpet neatly folded over to show a red brick floor with dried mud at the doorway.

A Real Estate Company's Watery Foreclosure

The offices of this real estate company experienced a small flood for the mountain area rains. When they opened back up for business, they found a soggy floor and carpet. The company called us just in time to remove the water and stopped further damage from happening.

Warehouse Flood in Ontario, CA

Water could be found everywhere once you stepped into this flooded commercial building. To prevent even more damage from happening, we worked day in and day out extracting the liquid from the floors with our drying equipment. We made sure there wasn’t a drop left, which earned us a loyal customer.  


Here we see one of our Technicians extracting water from a 20,000 sq. ft. commercial warehouse flood. The owner was astonished at how quickly we worked to get his business up and running again.