Kaneohe, Hawaii

SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie

Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration™

SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie

45-558 C Kamehameha Hwy, #6
Kaneohe, HI 96744
(808) 235-5015
SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie, Restoration Services, Services, Kaneohe, Hawaii

If you have just experienced a fire or flood, it can be hard to know where to begin to start picking up the pieces. That's where the damage cleanup team at SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie in Kaneohe, HI, comes in. These professionals offer exceptional restoration services that will get your home or business looking like it was never touched by mishap or tragedy.

This locally owned and operated damage cleanup business can solve all of your disaster problems. Their trained and capable technicians will arrive on site, assess the damage your property sustained, and walk you through their plan for clean-up and restoration. From emergency carpet cleaning and mold remediation to upholstery cleaning and odor removal, they use advanced restoration equipment and techniques to restore your home or commercial property.

SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie is known across the island for their timeliness and sense of urgency when arriving on a scene, no matter the size or scope of the disaster. They know that a quick response time can often reduce effects and minimize damage, so they offer 24-hour emergency service for the times when you need help most. You can also count on them to take care of the paperwork and filing process to guarantee a stress-free insurance claim experience.

When you need a dependable and proven damage cleanup team, contact the experts at  SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie. Call them today at (808) 235-5015 or visit them online to learn more about their pricing and services. You can also like them on Facebook.

Announcements & Events from SERVPRO of Kailua North / Laie
Do's & Don'ts to Prevent Fires This Halloween, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
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4 Unexpected Places Mold May Be Hiding in Your Home, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
Any moisture in the home can create the ideal conditions for mold, which can quickly spread throughout your home. Unfortunately, many homeowners don’t realize the dangerous spor...read more
3 Signs Your Home Needs Mold Remediation, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
Mold is often difficult to detect and can cause respiratory ailments and structural damage to the home. Identifying early warning signs that you need mold remediation services w...read more
The Do’s & Don’ts of Summer Barbecue Safety, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
Family barbecues are one of the best parts of summer, but if you don’t use grills safely, it could mean disaster. Use the tips below to avoid needing emergency restoration services t...read more
4 Household Fire Hazards You Might Not Expect, Koolaupoko, Hawaii
Even a small fire can result in significant smoke damage, so take precautions to remove any hazards from your home. You might be surprised to learn about the fire risks of common hou...read more
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After a fire has been extinguished in your home, you still need to contend with its aftereffects, like smoke damage, which can be detrimental to the property if not addressed pr...read more
Whether you own a home or residential building, you need to make it as safe as possible in case of an emergency. Taking certain precautions and setting up an emergency plan...read more
If you're planning a vacation, you should know how to turn off the main water supply to your home to avert the need for flood cleanup services. If your home floods, you’ll ...read more
When you live near the water, at some point you might have to deal with the consequences of serious flooding. This natural disaster can result in significant damage to your home, whi...read more
Household accidents involving water can be devastating to your property, prompting the need for flood cleanup, water extraction, and mold remediation. Fortunately, many water mishaps...read more
From heavy rainfall to flash floods caused by tropical cyclones, there are several ways water can pool inside your home. Mold grows quickly on damp surfaces, which is why you sh...read more
Sudden storms in Hawaii are known to create flash floods at any time of the year, but these events are particularly common during the wet season between October and April. While...read more
Mold thrives in warm, damp places, like kitchens. When left unchecked, its spores can give you flu-like symptoms, including itchy eyes, a runny nose, sneezing, or even respirato...read more
Firecrackers are a traditional part of celebrating the Lunar New Year. However, without the proper precautions in place, they could easily start a fire and result in the need fo...read more
If you have elderly loved ones living with you, you understand the mobility challenges they face on a daily basis. That’s why you need to ensure your home accommodates thei...read more
Living in a rural or forested area is a way to connect with nature. However, you are also faced with the risk of wildfires. To protect you and your family in the ...read more
From discarded cigarettes to arcs in power lines and heat from the sun, human and environmental factors can cause outdoor fires. Once lit, flames spread quickly. Although t...read more
Christmas Tree Syndrome is a phenomenon in which mold that grows inside the trees triggers an allergic reaction. A tree can develop more than 50 kinds of mold, so it’s no wonder many...read more
Fire damage restoration companies receive many calls around the winter holidays because of the extra cooking, lights, and candles around this time of year. No matter what you celebra...read more
Indoors, mold thrives in moisture-rich areas like bathrooms. Individuals who live in humid environments are also more likely to deal with the harmful fungus due to a greater amo...read more
During the holidays, many people travel off-island, potentially leaving their homes vulnerable to water damage during Hawaii’s rainy season. Nothing puts a damper on vacation mode li...read more
Thanksgiving is supposed to be a joyful occasion, but simple mistakes can turn your celebratory feast into a disaster. Every year, 2,400 fires are reported on Thanksgiving day, ...read more
Water damage in your home is not only unsightly, but it can also create a significant health hazard if left unchecked. Depending on where the water came from, you could be at risk fo...read more
In the event of a power outage, flood, or evacuation during hurricane season in Hawaii, you need to have an emergency plan in place with your family. Being prepared will help everyon...read more
From flash floods to hurricanes and earthquakes, natural disasters can compromise the safety and security of residents throughout Hawaii. Evacuation is sometimes necessary, although ...read more
Enduring a flood is a difficult process, and the cleanup can be even harder. Standing water can damage every aspect of your home, and when you’re renovating, there are often issues t...read more
Hurricane Lane Shelter Locations on Oahu. Listen for local evacuation notices, take 3 days of food and water with you to the shelters if evacuated. Once you are able to return ...read more
Keep up to date with Hurricane Lane. If you don have the weather channel app already installed on your device you can follow this link to the latest Hurricane Lane info. https://www...read more
June to November is hurricane season in Hawaii. Although Hurricane Hector recently passed by without the need for restoration services, its arrival was a reminder of the necessity of...read more
The destructive force of hurricanes have unfortunately been well-documented time and time again. Now that Hawaii is in the thick of hurricane season, home and business owners sh...read more
The aftermath of a fire can be overwhelming in a home or commercial building. Besides the smoke, soot, and property damage, there is likely another concern: water damage. Here, ...read more
In the aftermath of a storm, you don’t want to worry about property damage cleanup. Taking a few precautions before a major weather event can avoid the often catastrophic fallout tha...read more
If you own a business, maintaining a safe and comfortable work environment for your staff and customers is a top priority. You might not think about this threat often, but when ...read more
Thunderstorms occur more frequently in certain areas, bringing lightning, heavy rains, high winds, and even hail, and can result in significant property damage and serious injur...read more
From severe roof problems to basement flooding, a hurricane can wreck homes and make water damage restoration a necessity. To keep residents safe, local authoriti...read more
While burning candles and mold are household hazards that most homeowners are aware of, you should also be prepared for the unexpected risks of items used on a daily basis. Here, the...read more
Warmer weather brings countless reasons to celebrate with barbecues, bonfires, and more, but you want to partake in these festivities safely. Whether you’re grilling dinner or e...read more