SERVPRO of Farmington helps ensure your finished projects always look their best.
Post Construction Cleaning
Once the floors are down and the drywall is up, it's time to remove the debris and dirt in order to lay carpet, paint, and decorate. SERVPRO of Farmington can provide the debris removal services to prepare the building for interior design.
Dehumidification and Drying
During the construction phase, a building can trap moisture.Excessive moisture could result in mold growth. If you think one of your projects may have a moisture issues, rely on SERVPRO of Farmington to provide the help you need eliminating moisture and preventing the potential for mold growth.
You want the facility to look its best when the doors open. SERVPRO of Farmington provides cleaning services to give the building that extra shine. Services include:
- Carpet, resilient and non-resilient floor prep and finish
- Ceiling, walls, and fixture cleaning
- Air Duct Cleaning
- Debris Removal (if necessary)
- Window Cleaning
When The Unexpected Happens... Call SERVPRO of Farmington
The last thing you need is a fire damage, water intrusion, or mold growth slowing down or stopping the completion of one of your projects. SERVPRO of Farmington provides 24- hour emergency mitigation, cleanup, and restoration services to help you get back on schedule quickly.
You Start It... We'll Help You Finish It
Structural integrity, materials, labor, safety, customer satisfaction and deadlines - the list goes on and on when building a commercial facility. The bottom line, however, is you are responsible for getting the doors open on time.
SERVPRO of Farmington can help you meet your deadlines by providing thorough post-construction services in a timely manner. These services include:
- Post-Construction Cleaning
- Dehumidification and Drying
- Final Cleaning
- Fast-Track Drying
- Emergency Response Restoration and Cleanup Services
Rely on SERVPRO of Farmington to help ensure your post-construction cleanup gets done as quickly as possible.
We make it, "Like it never even happened."