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Commercial building with torn metal hanging

Commercial Building Ripped apart by Hurricane Michael

After Hurricane Michael made landfall in Panama City Fl, on October 10th 2018 local SERVPRO franchise owners found their newly purchased and remodeled building destroyed. To their dismay the reconstruction would have to start all over. As the weeks wore on and the work seemed endless, the sorting and demolition began and shortly thereafter Reconstruction Manager Keith Gosney could start the rebuild phase. With supplies and resources limited Keith's chosen team did a fantastic job of rebuilding the new home of SERVPRO of Bay County. Not only are owners Sean and Kellie Grier happy but the entire team is thankful.

contents stacked neatly and wrapped in blue tarps

Commercial Building Damage Cleanup

This commercial building in Panama City, Fl was ripped apart during Hurricane Michael. As you can see from the debris scattered in the before photo the roof was peeled off leaving insulation in piles and hanging from metal debris. This 60,000 square foot business had no area that was unscathed. SERVPRO went through all the steps of clean up and debris removal quickly and  effectively, more than once. Unfortunately the Bay County area continued to get rain storms weekly after Hurricane Michael and roof repairs seemed like they would never happen. As the after photo shows we were finally able to get the cleanup done and the area dry.  

Commercial Building destroyed in Panama City

This Panama City Commercial property was ripped apart during Hurricane Michael in October of 2018. SERVPRO of Bay County's Reconstruction team lead the charge as General Contractor for the rebuild. This is now the home of SERVPRO of Bay County, a fully restored and operating office space and warehouse.

Commercial Reconstruction in Lynn Haven

After Hurricane Michael destroyed much of the Florida Panhandle.  SERVPRO of Bay County continues to help rebuild infrastructure such as this credit union in Lynn Haven. With no job too big or too small here you can see drywall being placed inside. Our Reconstruction team is proud to be a part of rebuilding our Bay County community.

Ankle Deep

Our team was recently called out to a large commercial job where they found themselves in 2 inches of water in over 11,000 square feet of space.  This was no challenge for our crews.  They rolled up their sleeves and pants and got to work.  After 11 hours it was "Like it never even happened."  

Large Loss at a Resort.

LARGE COMMERCIAL SEWAGE LOSS AT A LOCAL HOTEL. We at SERVPRO of Bay County are often called to help in all kinds of situations.  This photo displays some of our crew's handy work in a recent sewage loss.  When a loss occurs in a public place being discrete and professional is of the utmost importance.