Water Damage Photo Gallery

drying equipment plus a duct

Manhattan Water Loss

This special rig, using an air mover and lay-flat poly duct, forces the warm air into the void above this ceiling in a Manhattan unit. Other advanced equipment is working in the bedroom to extract remaining water vapor in SERVPRO's efforts to make it "Like it never even happened."

Manhattan Damaged Walls from a Water Leak

The water from the burst plumbing line soaked the floor and wicked into some of the walls. SERVPRO techs can respond swiftly to a Manhattan call for help. We cut out the ruined sheetrock, dry the water damaged areas with our equipment, and then spray an antimicrobial chemical to sanitize the cavity and studs. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster; that means we can mitigate damages.

Water Damage – Upper West Side Home

Water damage occurred at this Upper West Side home when a small leak burst into a significant leak leading to standing water in the pictured office. SERVPRO of Upper West Side would clean up the water and position industrial air movers and dehumidifiers to promote rapid drying.

Water Damage – Manhattan Apartment

Water damage at this Manhattan apartment soaked the carpeting and drywall in the pictured closet. Upon discovery of the water leaking the owners sought out a professional water damage restoration company. SERVPRO of Upper West Side provides service for this type of water damage on a 24/7 basis. Our industry certified technicians would cover the clothing in the closet before beginning the water cleanup activities. They would then locate the source of the water damage and facilitate repairs. The water would be suctioned up, and the affected area would be dried. Finally, any damaged and removed building materials would be replaced.

Water Damage Restoration In Manhattan

Don't panic when dealing with a water damage disaster! Our team at SERVPRO of Upper West Side is ready 24/7 to assist you. We have the training, state-of-the-art equipment, and water damage experience to restore your Manhattan home to pre-damage condition. “Like it never even happened.”