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We know how to handle large commercial flood damage

When your company is in need of a quick cleanup from flooding you need to call SERVPRO of Leawood/Overland Park. We have worked with hundreds of facility manage... READ MORE

SERVPRO of Leawood/Overland Park can handle storm damage restoration

When there is widespread flooding there can be multiple homes and businesses that need to have emergency flood remediation services. How do we take care of all ... READ MORE

Is your company ready for a disaster?

Do you want to have preferential treatment for your business during a flood? Of course you do. When there is a lot of flood damaged buildings it could take some... READ MORE

Storms cause all types of damage

High winds can cause damage to your Leawood home by blowing off shingles or toppling over a tree on your roof. A storm damaged home is nothing new to SERVPRO of... READ MORE

Water Damage and Containment

SERVPRO of Leawood/ Overland Park works around the clock to help our community in their time of need after water, fire, storm, mold, and commercial losses. We h... READ MORE

Mold and Water Damage

SERVPRO of Leawood/Overland Park knows what it takes to restore your home or business after mold damage. Mold typically begins to grow within 24 to 48 hours aft... READ MORE

Playroom Water Damage

A water damage can happen at any time in your Leawood home. Most homes are flooded due to a supply line break that is connected to a toilet or refrigerator. How... READ MORE

Have a Water Loss?

Have you experienced water damage in your home or business? SERVPRO of Leawood/Overland Park has licensed professionals to help you after experiencing the loss ... READ MORE

Commercial Facility Water Loss in Overland Park

SERVPRO responded to this commercial facility after they had a massive water loss in Overland Park, KS. The walls were covered in grime and mildew left by the f... READ MORE

Storm and water Damage

A home that is damaged by storm water or flooding will need to have some demolition. The rule of thumb is if the materials are porous, throw them out. Flood wat... READ MORE