Why SERVPRO Photo Gallery

Document Restoration

As part of the SERVPRO network of franchises, SERVPRO of Houston Heights has access to many services to help restore the property and belongings of folks whose homes or businesses are impacted by water, storm, fire, or mold. 

One unique service is that of document and photo restoration. At our headquarters, we use the most innovative vacuum freeze-drying method, as well as gamma irradiation technology for sterilizing.

For more information on these services, see this page, or give us a call today.

All in the Family

SERVPRO was founded in 1967 as a painting business by Ted and Doris Isaacson. With a background in cleaning and restoration, they evolved into the restoration and remediation business that we know as a leader in the industry today.
SERVPRO of Houston Heights is proud to be a part of that legacy. A family owned franchise, we are honored to serve your family in its time of need.

Pack-out and Clean-up

When your home or business is damaged, SERVPRO of Houston Heights is equipped to remediate the affects of water, fire, or mold to your property. In addition to the structure itself, we are also able to pack up your belongings, catalog them, then clean and restore what we can. Restoring items is less expensive than replacing them, and we know some things are worth more than money; we'll use our proprietary cleaning system to get as many of your precious belongings restored to you. 

High Tech Training for SERVPRO of Houston Heights

At our corporate offices, all owners of franchises attend a rigorous, intensive training for remediating water damage, fire damage, storm damage, and mold damage. With high-tech facilities to simulate these loss situations, SERVPRO of Houston Heights is prepared to make your property damage "Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO of Houston Heights' Fleet

At SERVPRO of Houston Heights, we are equipped with all the tools, resources, and manpower needed to help make your fire damage, water damage, mold damage, or storm damage "Like it never even happened."