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SERVPRO vehicle parked in front of a military plane

Fort Indiantown Gap

SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County of responded after an expansion tank for a water heater leaked, damaging the majority of a two story barracks building. Call us to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Wet drywall tape

Is Your Home Waterproofed?

Storms are in the forecast regularly, but if they make you worry that your home is not as resilient as it could be, weatherproofing might be wise. Weather-related insurance claims are extremely common for homeowners, and they can result in a steep increase in your payments after you make a claim.

Though there is no way to guarantee a storm cannot damage your home, there are ways to strengthen your house against the elements.

Fortunately, most weatherproofing efforts are not extremely difficult, and a little bit of effort will make a big difference in the long run. Necessary repairs and optional updates can work together to create a home that is much more resilient against the weather.

Flooded concrete basement

Storm Floods Customer’s Basement

This photo shows the aftermath of a storm that flooded the street in front of this customer’s home. The water came up and over the curb, flooding there basement. SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County responded immediately to extract the water and start the drying process!

Burnt wall in a kitchen

Kitchen Fire

If you have fire damage in your home due to a kitchen, heating or other fire, you can count on us for restoration assistance. Our team is always ready to meet your needs and help you restore your home!

Two SERVPRO vehicles parked in front of a house fire

24/7 Emergency Response

Day or night, SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County is “Here to Help.”

Natural gas leaks are usually first noticeable by smell. If you notice the smell of natural gas in your home, act immediately to cut off your gas and get help to your home. Natural gas leaks are a significant fire hazard. Ensure the leak is repaired before you turn the gas on again and start using your appliances.

If you experienced a fire, Call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County to help you make it “Like it never even happened.”

Three SERVPRO vehicles parked in front of a church

“Faster to Any Size Disaster!”

Fires, storms and floods are among the leading causes of financial loss for companies in the United States. They can do a lot of harm, particularly if they are not addressed immediately. When you call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County, you can be certain that you are contacting a highly skilled staff that is ready 24 hours a day to provide dependable emergency services and minimize your downtime and recovery time.

Wet sub-floor and insulation

Water Heater Leak

This water heater was leaking for a few days, leaving some extensive damage to the surrounding area. The vinyl flooring was removed exposing wet sub-flooring and insulation that was later removed. 

Wet sub-floor

Dishwasher Leak

A dishwasher leak can cause more damage you realize! Depending on the type of flooring that you have, water can easily penetrate through to the subfloor.

Call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County to make it “Like it never even happened.” 717-300-3347

Three SERVPRO vehicles parked in a driveway

Laundry Room Water Loss Rebuild

Currently helping this customer replace carpet and flooring after a water loss in their laundry room! Call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County to make it “Like it never even happened.”

General manager in front of a burnt wall

General Manager Helping Out on a Large Fire Loss

Jason Roberts is our General Manager/Owner of Shippensburg/Perry County. He is out getting his hands dirty helping our technicians clean up and remove debris after this large fire loss! 

SERVPRO van parked in front of a house with a burnt roof

Elizabethtown Fire Damage

At SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County we have the expertise and equipment to help in any situation. This call came from an adjuster, a young couple had experienced a fire damage and needed our help! We arrived on scene as soon as the fire marshall released it to us and we got to work. Our crew sorted through the belongings, saved several priceless photos and mementos and helped to create an inventory of the belongings so the clients could be reimbursed by their insurance company. We even recorded brand names of shoes and clothes to make sure the reimbursement matched the quality of the belongings lost.

Our experience and knowledge helped to make this tragedy "Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO van parked in front of a commercial building

Middletown Commercial Water Damage

When this business called SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County for a very large loss. Working together with SERVPRO of Lebanon County, we were able to get this facility dried out and back in service in a very short time. We even used our folks to complete the re-build of the structure! When you have a need, large or small call the experts at SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County at 

SERVPRO van parked in front of a house at night

Here to Help 24/7

SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County is a 24/7 emergency services company! Night or day, SERVPRO is here to help you make it “Like it never even happened.” After normal business hours, there will always be someone to answer your call!

SERVPRO Company vehicle parked in front of a house

"Like it never even happened."

At SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County our motto is call us out to your water damage, fire damage, bio-hazard damage or mold damage and we have the experience, personnel, equipment and solutions to make it "Like it never even happened."

Call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County whenever we can be of assistance to you!

Exposed subfloor after commercial water loss

Post Mitigation after a Commercial Water Loss

In this type of situation, this business has a water loss that soaked through to the subfloor. Our technicians removed the laminate floor to expose the subfloor for quicker drying. This business is now ready for new laminate and to get back to “Like it never even happened.”

Wet ceiling tiles and insulation from a pipe bursting

Commercial Building Water Loss With Extensive Water Damage

This commercial building had a pipe burst in the ceiling, damaging ceiling tiles and insulation. The carpet below had to be removed before the drying process. Within a few days, this building was back to “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO van and fire truck in front of fire station

Fire Truck Cleaning

SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County helped Hope Fire Company clean the inside of their fire trucks! Thank you for all that you do for our community! Call SERVPRO to help make it "Like it never even happened."

Mat system placed on hardwood floor

Laundry Room Water Loss

Family experiences loss after water line breaks in their laundry room a week after moving in! Our mat systems are able to extract water from hardwood floors, allowing us to leave them in place and save you money! Call SERVPRO to make it ‘Like it never even happened.’

Charred wood on a porch from a fire

Porch Fire in Chambersburg, PA

This photo shows the aftermath of a porch fire that quickly spread to the rest of the home and filled all of the connected homes with soot and smoke. SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry is here to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Ram Transit Technician Vehicle

Commercial Mold Remediation

At SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County we are specialists in Mold Remediation. It only takes a small water leak, or even excess humidity, for mold to form in your Lebanon home or business. Then, mold can spread quickly through the property in as little as 48 hours.

Call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County for any Mold Remediation needs you may have 717-300-3347.

Marketing Vehicle

Like it never even happened

At SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County our motto is call us out to your water damage, fire damage, bio-hazard damage or mold damage and we have the experience, personnel, equipment and solutions to make it "Like it never even happened."

Call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County whenever we can be of assistance to you!

Drying out a job

After our technicians access a job and decide what needs done, they will proceed with what those things are that need done.  This picture was a water job that was accessed and had Category 3 water in that was sucked up the wall.  As shown in this picture, the walls were torn out leaving only the studs and the flooring was ripped up. After tearing out what needs done, they then place equipment such as the dehumidifier and the air movers shown in this picture to finish drying out what was not removed.  The drying out process takes an average of 3 days to complete once equipment is placed.  Every day our technicians will return to the job and take reading to find out if the equipment is placed correctly to do its job and make sure things are drying properly or if something needs modified for better efficiency.  

Hurricane Irma Debri

This photo shows the debri pulled from just one place piled in the front yard that Hurricane Irma created in Texas.  Very little was salvageable in many houses and it just got carried out to the curb to be taken to the dump whether it was actual belongings, floors, walls, or appliances that got ripped out.