Water Damage Photo Gallery

water filled basement from a broken water heater

SERVPRO Tips: What To Do When Your Water Heater Attacks

This water heater leak in the basement resulted in a water damage affecting several areas. SERVPRO was able to arrive to the home and begin the restoration process immediately. We are available 24/7/365 and are always here to help! We are faster to any disaster and here to put our expertise to work for you! 

water damaged carpet

When Water Attacks Your Carpet

When an average water damage occurs to a customer home that carpet can be dried and cleaned. But when the backing begins to separate it is no longer able to be reused. The backing tends to separate after it's been in contact with water for several days before drying begins or in a high traffic area or just due to age. 

So if disaster strikes, give us a call! We are faster to any disaster and are here to put our expertise to work for you! 

Flooded living area

Broken Pipe Or Backed Up Sewage, SERVPRO Can Help!

There are different ways to clean up water damage and it all depends on where the water came from.

A broken pipe contains clean water which means our SERVPRO can dry out the flooring and drywall without having to remove too much.

If water comes from a sewer, our team will have to tear out everything that had soaked up some of the water.

If you experience water damage in your home or business, give our SERVPRO a call! We are faster to any disaster and we will make things "Like it never even happened."

Water damaged rug

Water Damage Can Travel Far, But SERVPRO Can Help!

This picture shows you how how far water can travel in your house.  The cause of loss was a toilet in the hall bathroom and it traveled into the master bedroom affecting the rug.  SERVPRO works quickly to mitigate water damage and get you back to enjoying your home. We are faster to any disaster and we will come in and make things "Like it never even happened."

Dehumidification & Air Movement

This is a commercial dehumidifier. This is used to prevent secondary damage, mold, and wet walls that won’t dry with a semi-gloss paint. We use this often to dry out rooms. We even drill holes in the baseboards to make sure we get the water out from behind them, where mold can grow.

Hardwood Floor Drying Mat System

We use a special hardwood floor drying mat system. Mats are placed on the floor and suck the water out of the floor. They are perforated to soak up the water quickly. Customers can save $1,000’s by drying the floors instead of having to replace them.