Flood Damage to the Phillipian Church in Colorado
This first photo depicts the standing water on the floor of the interior of the Phillipian Church in Colorado Springs. This was a flash flood caused by the spring thaw of 2012 that flowed through the area leaving behind this contaminated Black Water. Our skilled technicians from SERVPRO of South Colorado Springs have franchise and corporate training and are also IICRC certified in Applied Structural Drying, ASD. The water was safely extracted using truck mounted pumps, portable sump pumps, and wet vacuums. We removed the non-salvageable, contaminated drywall, dried out the framing, applied an anti-fungal agent to inhibit mold growth, and then closed up the walls. We had the church dried and prepared for the next scheduled service.