Water Damage Photo Gallery

Dishwasher Safety

After the dishwasher supply line broke while the homeowners were gone at work, it flooded their entire kitchen and over into their living room. They called SERVPRO immediately and we were able to come out the same day to place equipment and start the drying process to hopefully save items that might have been damaged. 

Bathroom Remediation

After a pipe burst in their bathroom these home owners were in need of a quick bathroom remedy. Our technicians had to remove all the water damaged materials to stop any microbial growth. There was significant water damage near the toilet and shower as well as the main walkway, the owners couldn't believe how quickly we were able to complete the work. We make disasters "Like it never even happened."

Water Damaged Floors

A burst pipe under the house caused the hardwood floors in this home to buckle, and it turn needed to be removed. Water damage is hard to remove from hardwood floors. 

Flooded Warehouse

This manufacturing warehouse experienced a massive water loss but SERVPRO was able to arrive the same day and begin mitigation process in major areas. This way the company could resume production and open their doors. 

Overflowed Toilet

A toilet overflow called for this home's water damages. The entire bathroom had to be re-mediated, the owner couldn't believe how quickly the process was finished and was impressed with how new the bathroom looked. 

Droopy Ceiling

This entire kitchen needed to be covered because the ceiling had a leak and was causing the roof to droop and bubble. Our technicians removed all of the affected ceiling material without disturbing the kitchen and it appliances. 

Washing Machine Water Loss

Washing machines are no stranger when it comes to water losses. Old machines are commonly known for being water damage culprits. SERVPRO knows exactly what to do when your washing machine pours water all over your laundry room. 

Typical Water Damage

The picture shows a typical water damage; removal of all affected materials, baseboards removed, and drywall cut two inches up. All of this allows the proper drying process to happen.