Water Damage Photo Gallery

equipment set on saturated subfloor

Water Damage Can Happen Quickly

Water damage can happen quickly and cause more damage than you realize. Within minutes water can penetrate your walls, baseboards, cabinets, and floors. In this photo, you see where SERVPRO of Fairfield County removed the flooring and the subfloor was already saturated. Our technicians had to perform what is called a "flood cut" to remove any affected drywall and aid in the drying process. Don't hesitate to call our SERVPRO Team for premier water mitigation and restoration services.

hardwood floors buckling in kitchen

Don't Let Water Ruin Your Floors!

A small amount of water destroyed the hardwood floors in this southern Columbus home. Water damage to hardwood can cause warping and buckling, as you can see above. Call SERVPRO of Fairfield County as soon as possible after you experience water damage.

equipment set on carpet in residential home

Water Restoration Process

Though no water damage event is the same, the water cleanup and restoration process are the same. Our SERVPRO of Fairfield County experts are here to help any time of the day or night when a water disaster strikes your home or business.

Flooded Crawlspace

In this photo, water is about 2 ft deep throughout the home's entire crawlspace. This situation is unique in that the crawlspace is underneath the porch of the home. Clean up and drying is challenging in this type of space.

Water Pipe Leak

This photo shows a home's hot water tank pipe leaking. The leak caused a significant amount of water to soak the carpet in the rooms around where the pipe was leaking.

We Find All Moisture

Using Moisture Meters To Detect All Moisture. These tools are such an important part of our jobs...if not for them, we would not know when things are actually dry.

Commercial Water Loss

We are prepared for anything. Gathering equipment prior to being placed for drying. This allows us to see where they need to be placed and also if we have enough on site to get the job done.

Water Restoration

Use of drying equipment to dry out structure in this clients basement. Because the shape of this air mover, it allows the air to be directed in a very specific way. 

The Train Depot

Canal Winchester Ohio. Trying to keep history alive by restoring damage to building. The Train Depot experienced a pipe break during the cold winter. This break caused the furnace to go out which made the entire building freeze.