Water Damage Photo Gallery

Bedminster Water Soaked Walls

The water break flooded several rooms in this Bedminster home with an inch of clean water. The wicked water damaged the walls necessitating flood cuts as a partial demolition. SERVPRO attempts to limit building material removal, which expedites the service timeline and also keeps the costs down. The exposed wall cavities have been treated with an antimicrobial product to disinfect the affected voids.

Water Damage In Hillsborough

Don’t let a water damage event ruin your Hillsborough home. Contact the pros at SERVPRO of West Somerset County! Our specialists are trained in applied structural drying, water damage restoration, upholstery & fabric cleaning, and odor control. Our technicians have the experience, advanced equipment, and specialized training to return your home to pre-damage condition.

Water Damage In Bedminster

We have your back if a water damage incident has damaged your home in Bedminster. We have training in water damage restoration, upholstery & fabric cleaning, applied structural drying, and odor control. SERVPRO of West Somerset County has the training, water damage experience, and state-of-the-art equipment to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Hillsborough Water Loss

The large LGR dehumidifier can remove as much as 25 liters of water per day from a water damaged Hillsborough home. Removing the drenched carpet expedites the drying process and therefore mitigates on-going water damage and possible mold infestations. Count on SERVPRO technicians to minimize the damage and disruptions.

Water Damage - Hillsborough Home

Water damage at this Hillsborough home displays debris in the water on the ceramic tile flooring. The water damage that precipitated this condition originated on the second floor. The ceiling became soaked and texturing on the ceiling fell to the floor below. SERVPRO of West Somerset County would send in industry certified technicians to locate and repair the source of the water damage. They would follow that up with the removal of the damaged ceiling, drying all affected surfaces, and installing new building materials where damaged ones had been removed.

Water leak in Bound Brook, NJ causes extensive damage

This house in Bound Brook, NJ, was vacant for an extended period of time. A radiator leak on the second floor went on for so long that much of the walls and floors were so wet they could not be saved. The water even soaked through to the outer walls, as shown in this picture. SERVPRO was able to save most of the structure for the rebuild. If you are going out of town or leaving a house vacant, it is a good idea to either have someone check in regularly or turn off the water to the property.