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World's Biggest Fish Fry Parade

World's Biggest Fish Fry Parade

The World’s Biggest Fish Fry is a premier event for Paris – Henry County and West Tennessee. The last full week of April annually attracts people locally as well as nationally. Visitors come from across the country to enjoy the festivities.

The whole festival revolves around the “Fish Tent” where by last account over 12,500 pounds of catfish is served with all the trimmings. In addition to all you can eat catfish you will find parades, carnival, rodeos, catfish races, dances, arts and crafts to name a few. Events actually begin early in February with beauty pageants leading up to the week long celebration.

This year, we joined in the festivities with a ride/walk in the Grand Parade! 

Maximizing the Drying Potential!

Maximizing the Drying Potential!

Dehumidifiers create warm dry air. To maximize the drying potential of an air mover... park it (or them) at the exhaust of a dehumidifier! The air movers will force and direct that warm dry air to wet places that need it most! 

Big ducts... Small spaces...

Big ducts... Small spaces...

Check out this shot from inside a commercial duct system in a facility over in Union City, TN! Those were some dirty ducts, but we got 'em clean! 

Ice Maker Supply Line Rupture

Ice Maker Supply Line Rupture

This customer in Dover, TN (Stewart County) experienced the devastation of an ice maker gone mad. The ice maker supply line ruptured sending water throughout the home! Fortunately, they called on us. We have specialized extraction and drying equipment to get the job done. In the photo, we are using our mat system to get those floors dry safely and efficiently. We were able to save those beautiful hardwood floors! 

The Church at Dyer's Creek, Dover, TN

The Church at Dyer's Creek, Dover, TN

The Church at Dyer's Creek in Dover, TN had 3' of standing water inside as a result of recent floods that hit the West Tennessee area, July 7, 2016. SERVPRO of LBL South was on location within 1 1/2 hours, moving mud, drying out, and preparing for the rebuild. The great folks of The Church at Dyer's Creek have been very pleased with the speed and professionalism of our great SERVPRO of LBL South team as we work dilligently to make this disaster "Like it never even happened."