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SERVPRO Makes it Clean again!


For your home or for your business, SERVPRO® We were called by a local apartment complex, after a tenant moved out the mess, and the smell, was more than th... READ MORE



So much water...


A local shop owner opened the door one morning to find two to three inches of water everywhere. She slogged to the phone, called her plumber to stop the water ... READ MORE



Graffiti made "Like it never even happened." ®


A local business called us to remove some graffiti. Painting over the graffiti rarely has the desired results. Standard products didn't produce the results requ... READ MORE



Flooding at the Don Harrington Discovery Center


Rainwater combined with a plumbing issue caused extensive flooding at the Don Harrington Discovery Center. SERVPRO of West Amarillo was called to the center. Ga... READ MORE



Wind and Water Damaged Home in Amarillo, Texas


A family from Amarillo, Texas fell victim to the brutal and damaging winds of the Texas Panhandle. The roofing was damaged and left the home vulnerable to the e... READ MORE



We at SERVPRO of West Amarillo never stop learning!


Owner, Mark Belew, is shown cleaning some heavily soiled carpet in the warehouse at our Amarillo, TX location. Mr. Belew is training on proper technique, proced... READ MORE



Lightning Strikes Home in Amarillo, Texas


SERVPRO® of West Amarillo has been serving the Texas Panhandle for nearly 15 years and still continues to experience new types of damage every single day, ... READ MORE



Storm Damage in Amarillo, Tx


In Amarillo, Tx when a big storm comes through, many office buildings flood or develop roof leaks. This office had a roof leak soaking the acoustical ceiling ti... READ MORE



SERVPRO® of West Amarillo Restores Heirloom after Fire


A house fire in Clarendon, TX left heavy soot on a wooden hutch base. Soot, which can stain and ruin furniture, is removed with special products and techniques ... READ MORE



Water Damage in Fritch, TX


This water damage was caused by a water heater in Fritch, Texas. Looking at these photos, it doesn't look "better" than it did before. When water is introduced... READ MORE