Water Damage Photo Gallery

Basement Disaster

Basement Disaster

We had a call here at SERVPRO this week for water damage in a clients' basement over the weekend.  The upstairs toilet leaked and unfortunately leaked through the entire floor.  If it wasn't enough as it was that our clients' furniture was damaged, his basement floor and walls had sever water damage as well.  He knew he wouldn't be able to take care of the issue himself, so he decided to call us right away.  Our client didn't think twice about calling us since he had used our services before when he had a fire in his kitchen upstairs.  He knew we'd be a reliable source and get the job done efficiently.  He said he will be referring us out to family and friends in the future if another problem arises.

Closet in Apartment Complex

Closet in Apartment Complex

Here is an example of of a closet we got called into with water damage.  Unfortunately, due to the many storms we've been having more than one closet was ruined in various apartments.  The complex thought it would be a good idea to call us in after the facilities team tried cleaning them themselves countless times.  In hopes to save themselves time--we were told that we were the first company they thought of since we have done some water and mold remediation and damage in past.  The job took about a total of three days to air everything and complete the job in full.  Luckily, there was no mold damage this time so our team got the job done very quickly without disturbing all of the residents too much.

Commercial Mitigation

Commercial Mitigation

A guest on the 4th floor of this hotel left his bathtub faucet running and fell asleep.  Eventually the tub filled and water overflowed to all 3 floors below.  We were able to arrive quickly and restore many of the building materials without demolition, which helped limit costs to the building owner.

Commercial Mitigation

Commercial Mitigation

In this photo, you can see a small portion of a commercial water mitigation.  We had to place a significant amount of equipment in the cafeteria in order to dry out the property effectively.