St. Augustine, Florida
1761 Dobbs Road, #106
Saint Augustine, FL 32084
904-429-4457

Emergency fees waived for all Hurracane Matthew related calls. Water Damage, Emergency Dry-out - SERVPRO's St. Augustine location is here to help! 904-429-4457. October 4, 2016

St. Augustine, St. Johns
Emergency fees waived for all Hurracane Matthew related calls. Water Damage, Emergency Dry-out - SERVPRO's St. Augustine location is here to help! 904-429-4457., St. Augustine, Florida

Our highly trained technicians are ready for dispatch 24/7. Should a need for our services arise during the remainder of the hurricane season SERVPRO of Greater St. Augustine/St. Augustine Beach will waive the emergency response fee ($200 value). 

904-429-4457, mention this post and receive free damage assessment – infrared camera imaging, surface and air readings. 

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