Water Damage Photo Gallery

Crawlspace with hanging and wet insulation above dirt substrate

Milton Pipe Burst in Crawlspace Needs Water Damage Mitigation

Water damage in this Milton crawlspace went on for a period and the result is wet, hanging insulation as seen in the photo. SERVPRO technicians have the professional equipment to extract the water off the concrete floor and get the basement dry for reuse.

Ceiling with water damage and paint bubbles

Paint Bubbles in Hurleyville Not a Good Sign

Water damage in this Hurleyville home from a washing machine malfunction led to the appearance of paint bubbles in the ceiling of the finished basement, when water collects under the paint. SERVPRO technicians quickly extracted the water and dried the damaged area.

Unexpected Flooding

Commercial buildings can see unexpected flooding whether it is from a rain storm or from a broken pipe. Businesses still need to run and do not have the option of shutting down. SERVPRO is always there to help. 

Sewer Backup in Unfinished Basement

This is a sewer backup in an unfinished basement. SERVPRO was called in to disinfect the area and clean to make sure homeowner felt comfortable to come back down into their basement. 

Apartment Complex Water Damage

This water leak occurred in an apartment complex. The apartment above had a water heater break which caused water to come down into the apartment below. Both units were affected but SERVPRO got them back together within 5 days. 

Water Damage From An Above Floor

Sometimes when water comes from an above floor the water can get behind the paint as it did in this pictures. It becomes a hazard because the wall becomes very weak to the level of moisture being contained to the paint and sheetrock. 

Sump Pump Failure In Basement

Sometimes a sump pump fails or the electricity goes out in a basement during a heavy storm. This causes an overflow of water into the basement. SERVPRO helps sort through contents and make sure important keep sake items are saved. 

De-laminating of Carpets

When a water damage occurs in a home on the carpet, depending on the age and type of carpet, the backing could delaminate. If this starts to occur, as seen in this picture, the carpet is no longer salvageable and needs to be removed.