Recent Storm Damage Posts

Spring Storm Tips

3/26/2019 (Permalink)

Spring showers can often lead to flooding conditions in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. These tips will help reduce the impact spring floods have on you and your property.

Advance Preparation

Prepare in advance with a SERVPRO® Emergency Ready Profile® (ERP). Our convenient mobile app stores all your utility and emergency response information in one place, so you can access this information from your smartphone or computer.

Watch for Pooling Water 

Look for places around your property where water pools, and channel it away from buildings. Make sure gutters and downspouts are clear of debris and they are directing water as intended.

Maintain Sump Pump 

If you have a sump pump, check to be sure it is operational before water starts rising. Consider a back-up generator to ensure your pump works when you need it most. Contact your insurance agent to add coverage in case your sump pump fails. 

Raise Storage Goods 

Use shelving and/or pallets to keep storage items off the floor to reduce the impact of small floods. In many situations, raising boxes just a few inches will be enough to keep storage goods above the water line. 

Cut Power if Necessary 

As rising water approaches the level of electrical outlets, you risk having a live current flow through all the water. Cut the power if you can safely do so without standing in water. Otherwise, evacuate and contact an electrician to cut the power before you go back in for recovery.

Keep Storm Drains Clear

If you see water pooling around a storm drain, the drain may be clogged with debris. Clearing the debris will help keep the water flowing away from your neighborhood.

Consider Flood Insurance 

Homeowners insurance will not cover floods; you must purchase a separate policy for flood protection. When all else fails, flood insurance will provide you the means to respond to a catastrophic flooding event.

Be Aware on the Road 

Be careful when driving during spring storms, especially when you hear flash flood warnings. Never drive into a fully submerged roadway. The water surface will be at the same level as the pavement you can see. This view can deceive you into thinking the water is shallow because you cannot see how the road dips under the surface. 

Act Fast 

When a flood happens, you need to act fast to dry out any wet items, particularly structural materials like walls and flooring. Call SERVPRO® of Tuscaloosa at 205-553-8377 to extract water. Our franchise professionals have the training and experience to make flood damage “Like it never even happened.” 

When the Rain Won't Stop

1/28/2019 (Permalink)

What do you do when the rain won’t stop? We are barely in 2019 and we have experienced more rain and less sun. All this rain had caused the ground to reach its precipitation threshold. This has caused many Tuscaloosa and Northport homes to experience basement flooding; as well as, discover slab leaks or roof leaks that they had not noticed before. If you do discover these leaks, call SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North to help extract and treat your home to prevent the conditions for microbial growth to occur. While SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North offers reconstruction services, it is best to consult a professional when it comes to fixing foundation issues. We will be there to dry and get your home back together “Like it never even happened.”

When Flash Flooding Affects Your Car

9/12/2018 (Permalink)

Did you know. . . that during a flash flood, like we have had in Tuscaloosa frequently this year, your home is at risk of being a victim of flood damage but so is your car! 

Do you know what to do if your car suffers from flood damage? Do you know the difference in water coming in from rain through your sunroof and ground water? Our site has several blogs talking about the category of a water damage. here 

If your car suffers damage from flood water, our # 1 professional suggestion is to talk to your local agent before filing a claim to find out if you are covered! Then depending on the severity of the damage and the category of the water call SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North to clean and treat the vehicle's surface 

Water Damage from Roof Leaks

8/15/2018 (Permalink)

During heavy rains and winds, shingles can lift and be damaged in the storm. If the storm is not big enough to cause a leak at the time of damaging shingles, your Northport home could be subject to slow leaks every time it rains. As a homeowner, you may not know of the leak if your attic is not a room you visit often.

SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North sees it all to often when a roof was damaged a few months back and the next heavy rain causes it to rain right in the living room of the home. 

SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North can offer assistance in roof tarping, water remediation and reconstruction services for your homeowner's claims. Call our office 205-553-8377 for our 24/7 emergency service assistance.  

Lightning Causes House Fire

7/18/2018 (Permalink)

In an article posted by Insurance Information Institute , they shared some shocking information on lightning-related incidents.SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North has already dealt with lightning related house fires in 2018. 

"From 2007 to 2011 (latest data available) local U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 22,600 fires per year that were started by lighting, according to an analysis by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). These fires caused an average of nine civilian deaths and $451 million in direct property damage per year, according to the NFPA. Home fires accounted for 19 percent of the lightning fires, fires in non-residential structures, including businesses and other non-residential properties, accounted for 7 percent; vehicle fires accounted for 1 percent. The remaining 73 percent were in outdoor and unclassified properties."

Tornado Storm Damage

6/8/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa north offers packing and inventory of belongings after damages such as Tornadoes. Our crews have participated in the April 27th tornado in Tuscaloosa County and in other small storm events.

Facts on Tornadoes in Alabama

  • Alabama resides in the United States’ most deadly tornado area—the Dixie Alley.
  • Researchers are becoming increasingly aware of how dangerous and deadly tornadoes in the Deep South/ Gulf Coast states can be.
  • Huntsville, Alabama was been rated the top tornado city in 2013.
  • Birmingham, Alabama was been rated the third top tornado city in 2013.
  • Tuscaloosa, Alabama was been rated the fourth tornado city in 2013.
  • Suffering from Lilapsophobia? You do if you’re afraid of tornadoes!
  • Alabama’s annual number of tornadoes is 44 tornadoes.
  • The University of Alabama created a tornado factsheet that cited Tuscaloosa as having a second tornado season from November to early December.
  • Tornadoes usually happen during the late afternoon into late evening, but can happen anytime.
  • The average tornado lasts less than ten minutes.

Roof Damages

5/10/2018 (Permalink)

There are many cases where Tuscaloosa will have wind storms, severe rainstorms and sometimes hail storms. A homeowner may not see immediate damage to their property, but that storm can cause small holes and create long-term leaks that the homeowner does not find until the damage has spread severely. There are other times where storms cause massive damage to a roof and cause immediate flooding of the home. Neither damage is preferred, but the immediate can prevent secondary damages such as microbial growth. SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North has had their own reconstruction division for a little over a year. We are experienced and capable of large and small loss insurance claims and being able to handle them from start to finish. This makes it easier for homeowners and speeds up the claim process which also benefits your insurance company. Call SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North today for any storm, fire, water or mold damages! 205-339-5022

Freezing Pipes

3/20/2018 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Freezing Pipes Frozen Pipe Burst in Ceiling

Following a rare freeze event in Tuscaloosa, Alabama removing standing water is the first and one of the most important processes that you will need to have done. In the event that you don't complete the water removal process as quickly as possible, your home or property can be subjected to unwanted secondary damage and unnecessary complications such as mold growth, loss of possessions, and structural damage. If you find yourself in need of water damage services, it's important to find a skilled team of restoration experts like SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North. We can expedite the water extraction, cleaning, repair, and restoration components of the process.
To assist in speeding up the drying process, make sure there is heat and power in the room once the safety risks are stabilized. SERPVRO of Tuscaloosa North uses commercial grade dehumidifiers and carefully placed air movers to create the ideal environment for the structure to dry.

Winter Storm Grayson

1/3/2018 (Permalink)

We rarely see cold winters in Tuscaloosa Alabama. When we do, there is a good chance we as homeowners have a brief panic and do not know what to do. Hence the bread and milk shortage at your closest grocer. SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa North cannot fix your frozen or busted pipe, BUT we can clear up your standing water and start the dry out process in your home as quickly as we possibly can. We turned to some of our Northern Franchises that deal with freezing climates frequently to provide our county with some advice and knowledge during Winter Storm Grayson.

Owner Patrick Lavigne of SERVPRO of Havernhill/Newburyport explains that a burst pipe is commonly a result from a frozen pipe thawing to quickly. As daylight brings warmer temperatures, the pipe’s atmosphere potentially changes to quickly causing the burst. Advice? Leave your cabinet doors open and do not worry about cranking the heat up. Leaving a faucet or two in different parts of your home will keep the water moving through pipes and make it more difficult to freeze. Some advice from a northern plumber Karl Sirois
"Now is not the time for conserving energy. If you have a basement that you don't really use but there is a thermostat down there, you gotta turn that up. You don't want any of your zones lower than 68 degrees on days like today."
Financially, the higher heating charges will be less expensive than a water damage. Use a hair dryer on an exposed pipe that may potentially be frozen, using slow, low heat will unfreeze the pipe at a slow pace.

If your home or commercial business does suffer an emergency pipe burst, call 205-553-8377 SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is always “Here to Help” in any way that we can and as quickly as we can.

Original Article: here

Flooding in Tuscaloosa

12/20/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Flooding in Tuscaloosa Flooding from heavy rains

We do not see a lot of flooding in Tuscaloosa during the rain seasons, but in some areas we will see storm drains back up into yards. Occasionally, your pond in your backyard will overflow in to your home. This is never a fun thing to come home to or to wake up to. Flood water is very contaminated. As you can see in the picture, the Alabama "dirt" aka red mud went in to this Tuscaloosa home. At the time the rain was happening it was well over ankle height throughout the ground level of the home. The sheet rock, flooring and all porous contents touched by the contaminated water had to be disposed of. Thankfully flood insurance was available to help this homeowner. If your home suffers flooding call 205-339-5022 for emergency service. 

Hurricane Harvey 2017

10/23/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Hurricane Harvey 2017 A picture of the streets from SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa Storm crew as they headed to their first household to work.

SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is proud to be a part of a storm team that bands together when a natural disaster becomes to much for the local communities to handle alone. With that comes some devastating sights and hardships on the crews as well as the communities that have been ravished by the storms. In 2017, Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Texas and many counties in Louisiana as well. It is noted to be a storm worse than Katrina in 2005. On August 28th, the San Diego Union Tribune reported "three days after what is now a tropical storm made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, has been felt in as many as 50 counties and forced more than 30,000 people from their homes" More updates from FEMA and Red Cross on the financial assistance programs paid out updates daily. Our crews spent just over 4 weeks out in Houston helping house holds strip down to studs and dry so that contractors could begin rebuilding and the community could begin again. 

Signs of Roof Damage

10/9/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Signs of Roof Damage SERVPRO car in front of a Tuscaloosa County Home.

Here are 5 signs that you have or be at risk of a roof leak

  1. Discoloration spots in your ceiling
  2. Water spots on your exterior home/ office walls
  3. Your gutters are full of deteriorated pieces of shingle
  4. Cupping or Cracking shingles
  5. Missing or dark patches in the shingles

In the event of heavy raining, your Tuscaloosa home could be at risk of suffering a water damage that could cost you more than just a new roof. In this Alabama heat, an un cared for water damage could provide the proper conditions for microbial growth in the home. In small amounts microbial growth can be remediated with minimal destruction to the home, but if unseen for time can cause homeowners to be put out of home for the duration of remediation and reconstruction. To learn more about the damages microbial growth can do and about remediation with SERVPRO® of Tuscaloosa, click HERE to read more blogs on the subject.

Spring Showers Bring Flooding in Your Tuscaloosa County Home

5/8/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Spring Showers Bring Flooding in Your Tuscaloosa County Home Water Flooding from Rains

Spring showers bring spring flooding in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. These tips will help reduce the impact spring floods have on you and your property.



  1. Prepare in Advance


Prepare in advance with a SERVPRO® Emergency Ready Profile® (ERP). Our convenient mobile app stores all your utility and emergency response information in one place, so you can access this information from your smartphone or computer. In the event of a flood, SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa can be here to extract water and begin drying your home or business quickly. When a flood happens, you need to act fast to dry out any wet items, particularly structural materials like walls and flooring.



  1. Watch for Pooling Water 


Look for places around your property where water pools, and channel it away from buildings. Make sure gutters and downspouts are clear of debris and they are directing water as intended.



  1. Sump Pump Maintenance


If you have a sump pump, check to be sure it is operational before water starts rising. Consider a back-up generator to ensure your pump works when you need it most. Contact your insurance agent to add coverage in case your sump pump malfunctions.



  1. Storing Goods


Use shelving and plastic storage tubs to keep storage items off the floor to reduce the impact of small floods. In many situations, raising boxes just a few inches will be enough to keep storage goods above the water line. 



  1. Cut Power if Necessary 


As rising water approaches the level of electrical outlets, you risk having a live current flow through all the water. Cut the power if you can safely do so without standing in water. Otherwise, evacuate and contact an electrician to cut the power before you go back in for recovery.



  1. Consider Flood Insurance 


When all else fails, flood insurance will provide you the means to respond to a catastrophic flooding event. Homeowners insurance will not cover floods; you must purchase a separate policy for flood protection.


 


Call SERVPRO® of Tuscaloosa at 205-339-5022


  Our franchise professionals have the training and experience to make flood damage “Like it never even happened.” 

Disaster Response

3/1/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Disaster Response Crews loading the Tuscaloosa Disaster Response trailer

Here at SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa, we are thankful to be a part of the SERVPRO Wilson Storm Team. When the tornadoes passed through Hattiesburg Mississippi in January 2017, our crews were ready and waiting to get the call for help. Tuscaloosa sent two teams to Hattiesburg to help. Our teams are there to help Mississippians that were affected by the tornadoes dry out their homes, pack and store their belongings, and try to get a jump start to getting their daily lives back in order. 


We still work hard here at home. SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is always here to help.


If you have Water, Fire, Storm, or Mold Damage call


205-339-5022


for your restoration and remediation needs.


Our crew here at SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is always Here to Help.

Winter Freeze

2/7/2017 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Winter Freeze Stormy and Blaze play with the winter freeze in Tuscaloosa

Here in Tuscaloosa and Northport, Alabama, we get excited when we have even the slightest "threat" of snow. What we usually experience is some flurries, then heavy freezing. So many homeowners are unaware how to handle a situation in which their pipes freeze in these winter storms. 


A heavy winter freeze when your home is unprepared can lead to pipes freezing, cracking and then severe water damage in your home. As bipolar as mother nature is in Alabama, within a few days of this water damage to your home, microbial growth can begin if the right conditions are in place. 


Homeowners also sometimes forget safety precautions when it comes to indoor wood fires, space heaters, and gas logs. One in six home fires during the winter months (December, January, February) are caused by home heating elements. Be sure to check your smoke alarms regularly. Be sure to treat space heaters and fires with EXTRA caution. 


Know that SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is always here to help. 


Call us for water and fire damages at


          205-339-5022

List of Foods in Your Emergency Kit

1/16/2017 (Permalink)

Stock canned foods, dry mixes and other staples that do not require refrigeration, cooking, water or special preparation. Be sure to include a manual can opener and eating utensils. The following items are suggested when selecting emergency food supplies. You may already have many of these on hand.



  • Store at least a three-day supply of non-perishable food.

  • Choose foods your family will eat.

  • Remember any special dietary needs.

  • Avoid foods that will make you thirsty.

  • Choose salt-free crackers, whole grain cereals and canned foods with high liquid content.

  • Ready-to-eat canned meats, fruits, vegetables and a can opener

  • Protein or fruit bars

  • Dry cereal or granola

  • Peanut butter

  • Dried fruit

  • Nuts

  • Crackers

  • Canned juices

  • Non-perishable pasteurized milk

  • High energy foods

  • Vitamins

  • Food for infants

  • Comfort/stress foods


These and many other helpful tips are available at ready.gov Here is the link to winter tips for before during and after a winter storm http://www.ready.gov/winter-weather. When winter weather strikes the greater Tuscaloosa area knowing what to do until SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa arrives will make a difference.


Call us directly at


           205-339-5022


 

Tuscaloosa Winter Emergency Kit

1/2/2017 (Permalink)

Here in Tuscaloosa, we do not get dangerous snow storms like the Northeast experiences quite often. I think the last “major” ice/snow storm we had in Tuscaloosa was January 2014. Tuscaloosa was put under a state of emergency in attempt to get people safe in their homes and off roads before the freeze.


Many people were stuck in their offices, cars, and even their own homes without power for several hours until we could get help from surrounding cities in clearing roads. Drives that normally took 15 minutes were taking 4 hours with all the unsafe travel conditions and everyone trying to get safely home at one time. Can you safely say that you have an emergency kit in your car, office, or home in case you lost power in a winter storm?


In an emergency situation, you should have an emergency kit prepared to last you at least 72 hours. Local officials and relief workers will be on the scene after a disaster but they cannot reach everyone immediately. You could get help in hours or it might take days. Depending on the nature of the disaster road conditions may prevent help from arriving in a timely manner. 


Additionally, basic services such as electricity, gas, water, sewage treatment and landlines may be cut off for days or even a week, or longer. Be sure to use your cell phone sparingly in case you need to call for help. Investing in a solar powered recharging battery may be beneficial as well.  Your supplies kit should contain items to help you manage during these outages. If the power goes out keep your pipes from freezing by shutting off the valve that allows water to come into your home. Then, open any drain valves and all faucets and let them run until the pipes are empty (it's helpful to identify these valves in advance). Next, flush all toilets and pour denatured alcohol into toilets and sinks to prevent water in the traps from freezing. Do NOT use automotive antifreeze in case there's trouble with your water system; you don't want the antifreeze to contaminate your drinking water. You may, however, use nontoxic antifreeze that's made for winterizing motor homes.


Keep your kit in your car, or a central location in your home/office.


The following is a list of items that are suggested to keep on hand:



  1. Flashlights for each family member

  2. Battery-operated radio and clock

  3. Extra batteries

  4. Containers of bottled water

  5. Canned, freeze-dried or dehydrated food, powdered milk, baby supplies for infants

  6. Non-electric can opener

  7. List of important phone numbers

  8. First-aid kit 

Tornadoes in Tuscaloosa

12/7/2016 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Tornadoes in Tuscaloosa 35405, 35401 Tornado safety in Tuscaloosa

Your safety during a storm is the number one priority for you, your family, and your employees.


Being prepared for a storm and having an emergency plan in place is necessary.


Look for Storm Warning Signs


Tornadoes typically occur when there is a severe thunderstorm in the area. Rain, hailstorms and lightning strikes are some of the signs of a possible tornado. Some other warning signs of an oncoming tornado include:


* Orange or Green Skies
* Rumbling or Roaring Sounds in the Air
* Very Calm Conditions after a Storm
* Damaged Power Lines or Debris
* Rotation of the Clouds


Staying Informed during a Storm


Local television and radio stations are your best source for updates on how the storm is developing. However, if you hear a tornado siren, you should immediately head to the nearest shelter. Some more modern forms of staying informed is live streaming from your local emergency broadcasters such as James Spann and following your local weather news casters on twitter. DO NOT REPLY on solely this as your means of monitoring a storms progression, but these will help in case you do not have access to television or radio.


SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa has been here to help many victims from severe storms such as the April 27th 2011 tornado to sporadic severe thunderstorms that have caused damage to roofing and even water damage to the interior of the home. SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is locally owned and operated, so we are part of this community too. When you have a flooding or storm emergency, we’re already nearby and ready to help. We take pride in being a part of the Tuscaloosa community and want to do our part in making it the best it can be. Call us in your time of need 205-339-5022. We are #heretohelp.

November Newsline- Storm Damage

11/4/2016 (Permalink)

SERVPRO® of Tuscaloosa was recognized this month in the SERVPRO Newsline for their involvement with the Storm Team by Assistant Storm Manager, Brian Petraitis.

 “Their job file quality while travelling is superb and their customer service is exceptional.”

With all of our involvement in the community with out local Red Cross Chapter and DCH Foundation, as well as, with the Storm Damage Teams, we can always say #SERVPROttown is #heretohelp

Our team has spent over 3 weeks in Florida now after #hurricanematthew trying to help dry out people's homes and get them ready for contractors to come in and rebuild what we cannot restore.

We cannot show state enough thanks to our team members that so willingly travel out of town for weeks at a time to help those in need. They are amazing withing their community and the SERVPRO team! 

Tornado & Storm Safety Tips

4/20/2016 (Permalink)

Storm Damage Tornado & Storm Safety Tips If your area is expecting a tornado or other major storm, there are several steps you can take to stay safe.

If your area is expecting a tornado or other major storm, there are several steps you can take to stay safe. After the tornado passes, SERVPRO can help you clean up any storm damage and restore your home.

Look for Storm Warning Signs

Tornadoes typically occur when there is a severe thunderstorm in the area. Rain, hailstorms and lightning strikes are some of the signs of a possible tornado. Some other warning signs of an oncoming tornado include:

* Orange or Green Skies
* Rumbling or Roaring Sounds in the Air
* Very Calm Conditions after a Storm
* Damaged Power Lines or Debris
* Rotation of the Clouds

Staying Informed during a Storm

Local television and radio stations are your best source for updates on how the storm is developing. However, if you hear a tornado siren, you should immediately head to the nearest shelter.

What is the Difference between a Tornado Watch, Warning and Emergency?

* A Tornado Watch means that a storm could be coming in your area soon because of the current weather conditions.
* A Tornado Warning is a sign that one or more tornadoes are in the immediate area. Look for shelter as soon as you see this signal.
• A Tornado Emergency is the final step in the warning process. A tornado has been spotted near a populated location. Move to the safest possible place if you cannot get to a real shelter in time.

How to Find Safe Shelter

Head for a sturdy building before the storm approaches. Look for a home or office with a basement whenever possible. If a basement is not available, move to the center of the building. Stay away from windows and debris. Try to place as many solid walls as you can between the coming storm and your family. Avoid mobile homes and trailers during strong winds or heavy rains.

Cars also do not provide much shelter, but you can drive to a Tuscaloosa storm shelter or nearby building. If the storm is too severe for driving, secure your seat belt, get as low in the seat as possible and place a blanket over yourself.

Stay close to the ground if you are caught in an open field. Cover your head and keep an eye out for debris flying through the air. Avoid hiding under overpasses or bridges.

Locally Owned Company with National Storm Resources

SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa is locally owned and operated, so we are part of this community too. When you have a flooding or storm emergency, we’re already nearby and ready to help. We take pride in being a part of the Tuscaloosa community and want to do our part in making it the best it can be.

Why SERVPRO Can Quickly Protect Your Home in Tuscaloosa, Alabama after a Storm

2/25/2016 (Permalink)

Following a storm flood or fire, water cleanup in Tuscaloosa, Alabama is the first and one of the most important processes that you will need to have done. In the event that you don't complete the water removal process immediately, your property can be subjected to a plethora of unwanted, unnecessary complications such as mold growth, loss of possessions, and structural damage. If you find yourself in need of water damage services, it's important to find a skilled team of restoration experts like SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa. We can expedite the water extraction, cleaning, repair, and restoration components of the process. Learn more about the importance of water damage cleanup by reviewing this short reference guide:

Water Cleanup Prevents Mold and Mildew Growth

One of the reasons for securing the services of an experienced water damage cleanup company is inhibiting the growth of mold and mildew in your home. Unfortunately, these fungi can begin thriving and expanding on your property 48-72 hours after the initial water intrusion. Moreover, the moist, warm conditions created by water damage make your residential property a prime location in which mold can develop and proliferate. 

Prevent or Diminish Secondary Water Damage to the Structure of Your Home

Another great benefit of rapid water removal is that it prevents structural damage from adversely impacting your property. When left unaddressed for an extended time, the water can wick into walls, and studs, rust appliances, and damage the electrical system. If a natural flooding disaster occurred, then the foundation could also have been compromised. 

Why You Should Secure Professional Assistance 

Although some people attempt to complete the water cleanup process on their own, this approach is not advisable if it means more than using a mop and a bucket. For volumes of unwanted standing water, our water removal process is expedited and optimized through the use of specialized equipment. Truck-mounted water pumps and portable vacuums are the means of rapid water extraction. The quicker the removal, the less the water damage to furniture, walls, flooring, electronics, and personal possessions. This helps to remove water and treat damage that you can’t see.

Let SERVPRO Assist You Now

Each of our IICRC-certified professionals utilizes advanced skills while offering excellent customer service to expedite and optimize the water damage restoration process for your home in Tuscaloosa and surrounding areas. We work well with insurance companies by offering professional communication, official documentation of our findings and procedures, and follow-up inspections.

Call SERVPRO of Tuscaloosa at 205-339-5022!