Photo Gallery

Where's Walter?

Where's Walter?

Sometimes our crew finds themselves in some pretty crazy spots. Donning his PPE gear, Walter climbed down into a tight crawl space to remove insulation affected by water damage. And, as always, he’s still smiling!

Safety First

Safety First

Our top priority at SERVPRO of West Pasco is safety. Ready to begin mitigating a mold issue, our crew is protected with full-face respirators and Tyvek suits. You can’t see, but we’re pretty sure they’re smiling.

Good Morning!

Good Morning!

Work orders in hand, our crew is all smiles and ready to rock after the morning production meeting. Walter, Jeremiah, Steven, and Sheldon are here to help and ready for whatever happens!

Whistle While You Work…

Whistle While You Work…

Cleaning contents is a calling, and a detail-oriented task we love at SERVPRO of West Pasco. Using our specialized equipment, cleaning products, and cleaning protocols, our team works to restore clients’ belongings affected by smoke, soot, or mold. Whenever possible, we help our clients restore so they don’t have to replace!

Attention to Detail

Attention to Detail

Before we hit the road to service clients each day, our production team gathers outside the warehouse to discuss ongoing projects and receive daily work orders. Here, Executive Director Jeremy George coaches Jeremiah as they list out supplies he’ll need for that day’s contents packout project in New Port Richey.

Giddyup!

Giddyup!

SERVPRO of West Pasco headed, uh, west, for the 2016 West Pasco Board of Realtors Trade Show and lassoed first place for our theme -- all while sharing good info with our realtor business partners about how SERVPRO can make any disaster "like it never even happened".

Orange and Green Wedding Bells

Orange and Green Wedding Bells

Best wishes to the happy couple! SERVPRO of West Pasco had fun with a mock wedding at the West Pasco Board of Realtors Tradeshow. 

SERVPRO in the Community: RAP House

SERVPRO in the Community: RAP House

One of our favorite community assets to support is the Youth and Family Alternatives RAP House, a crisis shelter in New Port Richey for runaway, homeless, and troubled youth. Wendy Stevens and friends from the Rotary Club of Trinity cook a delicious dinner for the shelter.

SERVPRO supports the SPCA

SERVPRO supports the SPCA

Executive Director Jeremy George signs a giant check in support of the SPCA Suncoast

Garage Containment

Garage Containment

Daniel is busy extracting water after installation of a containment barrier to expedite drying.