Why SERVPRO Photo Gallery

Water Damage – Fort Walton Beach Home

Water damage to this Fort Walton Beach home completely soaked the carpeting. The photo displays water surfacing from the carpeting as a SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach technician puts his weight on the carpeting. We would suction up the water and set up drying equipment to complete the job.

SUV dry out in Fort Walton Beach

A Fort Walton Beach resident left the sunroof of their new SUV open over night during a rain storm. SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach is making it "Like it never even happened" drying out and deodorizing the vehicle.

SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach Truck

SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach has a new vehicle added to our Green Fleet, and you can't miss this truck on the road. As the paint job screams out--we do both fire and water damage restoration. Just make the call.

CAI Golf Tournament

We had the most perfect weather for the CAI golf tournament. Great event fundraising for an even better cause. We can't wait to hear the final numbers that were raised for Habitat for Humanity of Okaloosa and Walton County.

Production Crew

SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach Production. Our crew members our highly trained in Fire & Water cleanup restoration. No job is too big or too small, weather it is a small sink overflow in a kitchen to a large commercial mold SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach production crew can handle it all.

Emerald Coast Home Show

SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach set up at the Emerald Coast Home show. Letting People know SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach specializes in: water remediation, flood mitigation, carpet cleaning, tile and grout cleaning, mold removal, fire damage, and smoke clean up, disaster restoration, storm response, and air duct cleaning. SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach has been serving the Emerald Coast for over 20 years. We are licensed and insured. SERVPRO of Fort Walton Beach (850)863-2552

Fire station visit

Our marketing team got to tour the new fire station on Hwy 331 in Freeport. Terry, known as "Pop" by most, even gave the girls a ride on the firetruck pictured above. We thank all of our first responders for the hard work they put in day in and day out