SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange Employee Photos

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John Robertson

Owner

John Robertson is the Owner of SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach/Port Orange. Because disasters don’t just strike between 9 to 5, SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach/Port Orange is here 24 hours a day to help put your home or business back to preloss condition. We understand the stress and worry that comes with fire and water damage. We are here to walk you through the most difficult disasters from catastrophic storm damage such as flooding or hurricane water damage to residential and commercial water and fire damages. 

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Gavin Millband

Chief Operating Officer

Gavin is Chief Operating Officer at SERVPRO of South Daytona Beach / Port Orange. He oversees every facet of our operations, ensuring all departments are running smoothly. For water damage, fire damage or mold remediation in the Holly Hill, Daytona Beach Shores or surrounding areas, give Gavin a call at (386) 788-0358.

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Brandon Sanders

Office Manager

Brandon ensures that all office operations are running smoothly. He has over eight years experience in this industry, and is IICRC certified in Water Damage Restoration and Applied Microbial Remediation.  Brandon also handles the training program for all SERVPRO crew members and is active in maintaining our social media presence.

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Angela Spaulding

Administrator

Angela is an Administrator with SERVPRO of South Daytona.   She coordinates and builds the documentation water, fire, and mold remediation losses, ensuring that SERVPRO fulfills all expectations and needs of her clients.

If you are experiencing a water issue in your home or business call Angela at 386-788-0358.

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Anthony Alverio

Production Manager

Anthony leads the mitigation team to perform the work needed to remove all unexpected damages. With IICRC Certifications his team will work to restore your home or business to preloss condition.

If it's mold that concerns you at your Port Orange or Daytona Beach home, you can count on Anthony and his crew to get the job done quickly and smoothly.

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Carlos Carlo

Production Crew Chief

Carlos has been in the remediation industry for over five years as a Crew Chief.  He is always a compassionate and caring presence for homeowners in their time of need.

If its mold that concerns you at your Daytona Beach home you can count on Carlos to get the job done "Like it never even happened."

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Joseph Poggerale

Production Crew Chief

Joseph has several years of experience in the field and is a recent addition to the Crew Chief position.  He has an excellent understanding of equipment use and mitigation best practices.  Certified as a WRT from the IICRC, he is compassionate in disaster situations and is an asset to the team.

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Martin Spalding

Production Lead Technician

Martin is mechanically inclined and excels in unique drying solutions.  He has several years of mitigation experience and is organized and detailed to ensure all remediation projects are well documented.  

If your home in Daytona Beach suffers a water loss, call Martin at (386) 677-9993.

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Kenny Wagnon

Construction Superintendent

Kenny Wagnon crafts the plan to rebuild your property after our mitigation team removes the damaged materials. With his plan put in place and approved, our construction teams have a plan to work from and make your home look "Like it never even happened."