Recent Water Damage Before & After Photos

Signs of Water Damage


Signs of Water Damage It’s important for property owners to be able to identify water damage because the signs are sometimes unnoticed or neglected. Water... READ MORE



Understanding the Differences in Insurance Water Damage Coverages


Understanding the Differences in Insurance Water Damage Coverages If you're frustrated or confused by water damage coverages and insurance, you aren't alone. Be... READ MORE



Pack Out


If your home is unsafe or your content would better restored off-site, then SERVPRO can transport your content to their facility with pack-out services. SERVPRO... READ MORE



Drying in Place


If it all possible we try to dry your favorite elements in place. Here we are drying a coveted bar in place with a drying chamber. Once the excess water has bee... READ MORE



Over-saturated Ceiling


The dry wall in the ceiling could not be restored so the effected material had to be removed. The woodwork behind had to then be dried.



Water Damage in Walls and Ceiling


Sometimes water damage can generate in the ceiling from an over-head leak or flooding on a different floor above.



Ceiling Damage


Water leak in the next floor caused damage in the ceiling. Drywall had to be removed to allow drying of the wood studs above.



Saturated Wall


The wall is saturated with moisture and must be removed. The second photo shows the wall with the drywall cut away and a containment.