Water Damage Photo Gallery

Image of a carpet damaged with water caused by a supply line

Supply Line Damage

The most common water damage problem comes from supply lines. They are located all over the home. You can find them in each bathroom connected to the toilet and sink. The kitchen will have them connected to the sink and the refrigerator. Supply lines will eventually break over time and cause a flood. With so many in the house one is going to fail eventually. Check and replace supply lines regularly to keep from having to give us an emergency call.

Image of a wall with flood cuts and a drying equipment placed in front

Why do the technicians have to tear out the drywall?

Depending on the water source will depend on what has to be removed after a water loss. Tearing out drywall means the water came from a source where there are a lot of contaminants. Sewage, mold growth, and flooding are all water damage problems that need some demolition.

A thorough job can lead to peace of mind.

This sub-flooring was removed after one of our technicians checked a customers crawlspace. All this damage and mold came from a slow supply line leak to a refrigerator. Instead of simply handling the immediately apparent issue, our professional crews investigate and handle further damages that not all will see. 

Green drying equipment in Greenville home.

The science of air circulation.

Our technicians are IICRC Certified in many things, including water damage remediation. Part of the training required to achieve this certification includes learning about the science behind the drying process. This means that regardless of the size of water damage you may have, our certified technicians will be ready to use our skills and experience to get you back to normal as fast and effectively as possible.

Excess moisture in a hardwood floor.

Among the many tools SERVPRO technicians use to aid our customers, the moisture meter is perhaps one of the most crucial. Being able to tell if a wide variety of surfaces have excessive amounts of moisture present can significant amounts of money and time, as well as eliminate any guesswork. 

Air application to the floor

Applying air to the bottom side of the floor.

Sometimes trying to dry out a water-damaged subfloor means using creative drying techniques. This home had dehumidification and air movement applied from both sides to help lessen the drying process.