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The kitchen sink where the leak occured

Water Leak Causes Extensive Damage

A leak occurred in the kitchen area at this home. By the time the tenant noticed the water had spread throughout the entire home. The cabinets beneath the sink, the flooring and parts of the walls were damaged. The tenant called SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas to begin the restoration process. We managed to remove the damaged material and dry out the affected areas swiftly. Because of this we were able to save some of the materials and decrease demolition in the home. At the end the client was left satisfied with the results and we made it look "Like it never even happened."

Technician removing floorboards

Commercial Mold Remediation

Our technicians were called into this business in Downtown Glendora because a leaky pipe had caused long term water damage inside of their walls. What started as a small leak turned into a flood from their bathroom sink, affecting the business next door to them as well. Because the insulation had trapped moisture in the walls and flooring, mold began to grow. Mold growth causes a variety of health effects and must be treated immediately. Our team went to work and removed all the infected insulation/flooring, and treated the affected areas with microbial spray. This business will be up and running in no time!

Technician drying carpet

Warehouse Flood

A warehouse pipe burst last week in Irwindale & SERVPRO of South Pasadena called our team in for extra reinforcements. Because the commercial building was on a slant, the water flooded the office space as well. Already we could see the walls absorbing moisture, but our team brought in hundreds of fans to dry out the building. When one SERVPRO isn't enough, we have the resources of hundreds of franchises in the state! 

Joe McCann with the canned food collected in November

Joe McCann Food Drive

Every November, SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas owner Joe McCann host a food drive to benefit a local organization. We value investing in our community and are grateful for Glendora, San Dimas, Irwindale, and Baldwin Park businesses who helped collect food. 

A huge storm cloud that looks like a tornado with lightning.

Major Storm Cloud

This is a huge storm cloud that can cause major destruction. It can cause some serious damage to anything in it's path. Immediately after the storm passes, if you have damage to your property, SERVPRO of Glendora / San Dimas can make it Like it never even happened.

House facade with SERVPRO truck

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas Arrive Quickly

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas is always ready to respond 24-hours a day and can be on site in a matter of hours.

This is extremely helpful to our customers who experience an emergency disaster to their home and we're here to help them get back to like it never even happened.

Clean Your Gutters before the damage occurs

The best way to prevent water damage to your home during a storm is too make sure the gutters around your home are cleaned out so that when the rain comes it can smoothly exit your gutters and not get stored up and overflow along the walls of your home.

Malibu House Near Fire

A house in Malibu near all the wildfires was affected so they called us here at SERVPRO Glendora / San Dimas to come and restore their house back to original condition.

The house had smoke and soot damage due to all the fires in the surrounding areas. 

We had our team on site ready to get this house back to normal.

Team of Technicians

Here we have our properly trained team of technicians that are certified to the top standards in the restoration industry.

SERVPRO of Glendora / San Dimas has all the man power and proper equipment to get your property getting back to normal.

Glendora High School Food Drive with SERVPRO

SERVPRO of Glendora / San Dimas partnered up with Glendora High School and their PALS club on campus that donated a ton of food.

SERVPRO provided the truck for all the kids to load it up with all food that was being donated.  

SERVPRO likes to be a part of the community they serve.

SERVPRO Team Photo

This is the SERVPRO of Glendora / San Dimas team who is here to serve you! Our office is right here on Fleetwood Place in Glendora. 

The Franchise Owner Joe McCann otherwise known as "SERVPRO JOE" is in the middle of this photo with his wife and three children.

Everyone in this photo plays an important role in taking care of Glendora / San Dimas when there is an emergency to their home or business.

Team McCann

Colton, Finn, and Parker are our ones to watch this year at SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park. In their short time here, they have proven that they can handle any Residential or Large-Loss Disaster in the San Gabriel Valley or LA Basin. Their expertise and professionalism is an asset to this franchise so expect great things from them in the future.

First Responders from the Irwindale City Police are recognized by the City of Irwindale.

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas and Irwindale/Baldwin Park continue to be involved in the communities in and around the City of Los Angeles.  Helping celebrate the First Responders at this Event sponsored by the City of Irwindale, Irwindale Chamber of Commerce, MillerCoors, and Southern California Edison was important and an honor.  We salute these men and women who confront individual and widespread disasters with professionalism and courage every day, in spite of possible danger to themselves.

Thank you for your service.  -Joe McCann 

Future Owners of SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park

Colton, Finn, and Parker are the first line of defense to handle any Residential or Large-Loss Disaster in the San Gabriel Valley or LA Basin.  Joe and Dani McCann are owners and operators of SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park and their three boys help provide the assurance and motivation our customers will get a professional and timely response when restoration services are needed.

Staying in business by providing quality service is a family tradition.  Life is good!

Irwindale Mayor, Mark Breceda Wins!

At the City of Irwindale's 37th Annual Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament in May, SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park put tickets into a drawing for a very cool raffle basket containing Los Angeles Dodgers apparel and golf accessories.  All the donations went to the Relay For Life Cancer Fundraiser.

The winning ticket was drawn at the end of the day during the Event Dinner.  The winner of the Raffle turned out to be the Mayor of Irwindale, Mr. Mark Breceda. Congratulations Mayor Breceda and thanks to all the participants.

Man Against Nature In So. Cal.

Southern California goes through a predictable Winter Rain and Summer Fire cycle every year.

The Fall and Winter Rains combined with mild temperatures provide a great growing season for plants, and, the arid climate and Summer heat then quickly dries out the ground cover making it perfect fuel for fires in the foothills.

When the fires burn off the ground cover, the soil loses the stabilizing plant roots.  The soil is then easily washed away as mud during the following Winter runoff. 

K-rail, sand bags and other barriers are set up in the Winter of 2016 to block the flow of mud in a wash above Melcanyon Road in Duarte, Calif., a threatened area below a San Gabriel Mountains burn area known as the Fish Fire.  

As a "Large Loss" Franchise SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park have the resources to help whole communities with Emergency Services when Southern California needs help digging out. 

Fire Bomber over Southern California Fire

Being an arid climate, California annually experiences "Fire Storms" that can start in the Springtime and extend through the Fall months.

Fire Storms in Southern California devastate millions in private and public property every year.  SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park can help recover when restoration is an option. 

The plane in the picture is spreading red fire retardant (Foscheck) over a burn site in the Southern California foothills during the 2016 Fire Season.  Fire retardants work three ways: removing heat, coating the surface (so the fuel can't find oxygen), or by diluting the air (oxygen) near the fire.  

The men and women who specialize as Pilots flying these Fire Bombers are already out there doing their job again in June, 2017

Not all Firefighters arrive at the scene in a red or green truck.....

Extreme Conditions for Mold

When the right moisture conditions exist, mold can take root and grow unchecked inside wood construction buildings, creating a health concern for elderly, young children, and those with respiratory conditions.

The attached photo is an extreme example of how allowing water migration to go uncontrolled in a home or business can turn into something almost comical.  These mushrooms are from spores very similar to those outside that you may find growing in a garden or forest. All that is required for these spores to grow and multiply is to provide them water, and a food source (traditional wooden building materials are a great food source).  Let nature take it's course and you can see what happens.  Removing the water source and treating the mold with anti-microbial solution and mechanical abrasion (to remove the root system), and the mold growth can be controlled.  At SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas, Mold remediation is one of our core businesses.

Fire Contamination

Most of the time the damage caused by fire is visible as a direct result of the heat and flames.  However, there are times when the damage is from the debris that comes from the fire in the form of fine particles in the smoke.  

The attached picture is of a car (late Model S Tesla) with a white paint job.  You can see the black soot from the fire that has settled on the paint.  The fallout from the fire was created from stacks of plastic 4'x6' PVC flower bed trays melted down by the fire.  The particles rained down on the all the cars in the area as the hot air from the fire cooled and settled back to the ground.  SERVPRO helped with the specialty services required to clean up the cars affected by this disaster too.

Santa Fe Fire

In 2016 there was a commercial fire in Santa Fe Springs, California that SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas responded to.  The business is a Nursery Supply Center, specializing in supplying seed bed media, fertilizers, and equipment for the nursery industry.  The fire broke out in the morning hours just after opening, and thousands of pounds of merchandise in the staging yard were set ablaze. Visible is the burned and melted inventory along with a fork truck, fans, bedding material with the plastic packaging melted off, and a scorched cement structure.  You can see the metal door deformed from the heat of the fire.  Significant smoke damage occurred inside the building along with the adjacent structure next door as well.

Relay For Life 2017

Every year, SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park, participates in various community events.  Among our favorites, is the American Cancer Society, Relay For Life fundraising event.  Each year in the Spring, businesses and residents from Glendora and San Dimas California, come together to recognize those affected by Cancer either as a personal experience, or that of a loved one or friend.  Contributing to the research efforts by collecting donations and displaying the spirit of giving is a fundamental part of our business philosophy and core values.  

In the photo is "SERVPRO Joe" McCann, our franchise owner, posing in this year's entry in the "Road to Recovery" cardboard car race.  The event is a symbol of the important work of helping cancer patients get to and from life saving treatments who might otherwise not be able to make their appointments.  "Starship Hope" did not win the race, but it did get best in show!

San Dimas Family Fest

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas participated in the San Dimas Family Festival. There were many local businesses who hosted booths, food trucks, and Easter Egg hunts for the kids. SERVPRO GSD loves connecting with the San Dimas community.

Baldwin Park Residential Mold

A Baldwin Park home suffered from water damage which resulted in visible mold in the home. The home owner contacted SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park to remove damaged material and mitigate the mold. When mold is discovered, often a barrier is placed between the affected area and the rest of the home. 

Corona Water Damage

After a Corona home suffered from a pipe bursting, a kitchen ceiling and dining room walls were affected with water damage. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas were called to provide removal of affected material and providing drying until moisture level returned to normal. 

Irwindale Chamber Meeting

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas & Irwindale/Baldwin Park is involved in a few Chamber of Commerce in our territory. Recently, we have joined the Irwindale Chamber of Commerce. It is a great opportunity to meet community members, community leaders, and to network. The monthly luncheon was hosted by SCE Federal Credit Union in one of their very nice and new meeting rooms. Food was provided by Hope Cafe and Catering. 

Example of Mold in La Verne

Mold is a common household problem, developing in warm, damp environments. Mold can be colored green, purple, white, and orange. While mold plays an important role outside in the environment, breaking down dead plants, mold is unwelcome in homes. Here is an example found recently in a La Verne home. 

Baldwin Park Mold on Wall

A roof leak affected a Baldwin Park home, causing damage to walls and floor, creating mold growth on walls. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas was called to provide water damage services as well as mold remediation services. Monitoring of mold, asbestos, and moisture levels were monitored by SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas crew until the remediation was complete. 

San Dimas in February

San Dimas Canyon Golf Course is looking especially green after the large amount of storms that have been berating the Southern California area for the past few months. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas is thankful for the influx of water repairs, but is also grateful for our foothills no longer looking brown and dead. 

California Grill Express Chamber Lunch

SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas is a member of the Glendora Chamber of Commerce. Glendora Chamber hosted a lunch at California Grill Express in Azusa, a newer restaurant affiliated with the California Grill restaurants. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas appreciated the great food, fresh and delicious, as well as the company of the Glendora Chamber. Check out California Grill Express when looking for a great lunch spot!

San Dimas Electrical Fire

A San Dimas resident suffered from fire damage due to an outlet shortage that caused a fire. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas was called to provide fire damage remediation services such as removing damaged material and cleaning up resulting smoke damage. 

La Verne Window Mold

A La Verne resident suffered from water damage which caused mold to develop at affected areas. The SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas team provided water damage and mold remediation services, removing all affected materials. 

Murietta Mold

A sewer line back up at a residential home in Murietta resulted in mold developing. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas provided water damage clean up and mold remediation for the Murietta home that found mold behind kitchen cabinets. 

Baldwin Park Office

A local Baldwin Park office building suffered water damage to a singular office space due to a burst pipe. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas provided water damage clean up for the commercial property. 

Condo Fire Damage

A fire on the roof of a condominium complex affected three separate units. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas was called to provide fire damage clean up services. This damaged room had all fire affected materials disposed of properly by SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas crew. 

Commercial Fire Damage Clean Up

SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas cleaned up a commercial property with fire damage. Many of the commercial properties material was covered in ash. SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas cleaned all materials in a safe and effective way, restoring the commercial property to functioning capabilities. 

Storm Damage Calls for Unusual Drying

Sometimes when a storm hits and rain water begins accumulating, it can affect not just the inside of a house, but the underneath. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas provided drying for flooding occurring under the floor of a home due to a storm. 

After the Storms

After many days of intense rains, flooding, mudslides, and hail, it was a clear day in San Dimas looking over the foothills. SERVPRO of Glendora/San Dimas sales car out and about in the community under a blue sky. 

Mold Found in Rancho Palos Verdes

Mold was found in a residential home in Rancho Palos Verdes. This mold was found under a sink, where water damage was believed to have been accumulating for some time. The SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas crew was called to provide mold remediation. 

San Dimas Commercial Water Damage

A San Dimas commercial property experienced water damage and called SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas to assist with water damage repair. SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas reported after the business closed for the day and before it opened to ensure the job was done in compliance with the business's need to stay open. 

Southern California Rain

Southern California began the New Year with an abundance of rain storms. The end of the five year drought was brought with overflowing storm drains, dark clouds, and damage. SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas was prepared and offered storm damage cleanup and restoration services to the community. 

Flooded Basement

A flooded basement was full of deep water when SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas arrived. The water was a few feet deep. The longer water sits unchecked the more likely it is for mold to grow, creating potentially bigger issues. 

Flooded Basement

Another image detailing how deep the water was, submerging almost half of the water heater. Water has the potential to create much larger and irreversible issues if left unchecked for too long. 

Laundry Room

This is where we believe the fire in Anaheim started. This is the laundry room. Fire moves very quickly, as we do. We are working on getting this back to looking "Like it never even happened".


This was the aftermath of what we believe to be a Dryer fire in Anaheim when we arrived on the scene. There was significant smoke and soot damage, about 90% of the house was burnt down. This used to be the Kitchen. When we get through with this it will look, "Like it never even happened".


This was the aftermath of a water damage that happened in Hacienda Heights and the SERVPRO crew was taking out the furniture and carpet in order to dry out the place to prevent further damage.

Water Damage

A ceiling busted open due to water damage and flooding. The flooding began due to a busted fire sprinkler. SERVPRO Glendora/San Dimas came in to clean up the water damage and restore the ceiling.