Last month, SERVPRO of Northbrook/Wheeling/Glencoe traveled to Madison Wisconsin after they experienced an abundant amount of rain. This was the scene of a children's museum that had over ten feet of water in their half finished basement. Immediately, the project manager made sure the power was off to the building, and began using pumps to extract the water. The breakers were completely submerged, and there was a risk of shock. It took nearly 3 days to extract all of the water since their pumps were not working. But when it was all said and done, SERVPRO of Northbrook/Wheeling/Glencoe made it like "It never even happened".