Water Damage Photo Gallery

two SERVPRO workers on a ladder

We are not afraid of heights here!

In this photo, you will see two of our SERVPRO team on a ladder to attached the tube to the building’s vents. The purpose of this tube was to dry out a large space that had a water leak due to the water heater’s pipe bursting.

Special machine to dry water damage

SERVPRO helps local fire company!

Recently, we responded to a water damage at a local fire station. There was 10-20 gallons of water in the station due to the water heater’s pipe bursting.

We used a industrial sized generator and a desiccant, in order to properly dry out the large space.

Our Production team attached the tube to the building’s vents.

In addition, we set up you Velo Pro Air Movers set up to help remove moisture in the garage. 

House with water damage

Water Damage in a home

We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster. We’re Highly Trained Water Damage Specialists. We use Advanced Drying Equipment and Techniques.

Our advanced equipment helps to detect hidden moisture, extract the standing water quickly, and thoroughly clean and dry your home and belongings. We finish the job with professional deodorization and sanitizing agents for your comfort and safety.

This home had a frozen pipe burst and causing flooding. Our team was able to remove the drywall and carpet that was damaged due to the water. 

SERVPRO of Carbon County and Pocono Pines can help you with your water damage and make your home look "Like it never even happened." 

SERVPRO worker setting up a air mover

SERVPRO Has The Equipment To Help You In Your Next Emergency!

We had a house with a water leak in their finished basement due to ice dams.

Here you can see Dan setting up an Velo Pro air mover to help remove moisture from the basement.

Basement with damaged hardwood floor and drywall

Finished Basement Ruined By Water

This finished basement had water damage due to a sump pump issue. First, we had to remove the homeowners' belongings to a storage unit. Next,  we removed the hardwood floor and part of the drywall. 

Long icicles hang off the edge of a white gutter.

Ice Damming

During Winter months, we see plenty of residential water damages caused by ice dams, like the one shown here.

An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof (typically in a gutter) and prevents melted snow from draining off the roof. The water that backs up behind the dam leaks into the home, causing damage to walls, ceilings, insulation and other areas.