About Servpro of Southwest Wichita
Before starting SERVPRO of Northeast Wichita Patrick Butler like many Wichitans, worked in aircraft moving between multiple different companies. After leaving aircraft, Patrick started a handyman business and eventually decided to start the SERVPRO Franchise which opened its doors in 2001 and has continued to this day. When SERVPRO started it was completely operated out of a basement, since then we have grown into an office, warehouse, and workshop located at 3225 S. Oliver, here in Wichita.
From the beginning, SERVPRO was getting into some pretty nasty situations helping out home and business owners with disasters. Thankfully, before opening our doors we had a huge amount of support in the form of education, hands-on training, equipment, and experience from our corporate and other SERVPRO owners. From there we built up our own experience one job at a time.
Flooded homes, moldy basements, and thoroughly soot-covered buildings started rolling in, and each one presented its challenges and learning opportunities. Even after nearly 20 years, we encounter things we’ve never seen before, but at this point, we have gotten used to rolling with the punches for our customers.
If you have lived in Wichita or the surrounding areas you may have seen our green vehicles at the Delano District St. Patrick's Day Parade or maybe at Woofstock, the Home EXPO, or Bridal EXPO. More recently we were in the news for helping rebuild the Hernandez Boxing Academy after a terrible arson incident. Our company is based in the Wichita Community, and we give back to the community which has trusted us with their homes and businesses when disaster strikes.
Every time we go out the thought at the front of our minds is always how can we help you build back and move on from whatever happens. That is why our estimates and inspections are free and why we go over and beyond to help connect you to other businesses which do good work that we don’t do. That way we can work with you to get you back to get your normal life back and make it feel "Like it never even happened."