Water Damage Photo Gallery

Two SERVPRO employees removing tile flooring in a large room

Removing Tile in a Water-Damaged Church

After a pipe burst and flooded the inside of this Lenoir, NC church building, our team had to remove the tile flooring so we could dry the subfloor. We used specialized tools to have the tiles removed.

SERVPRO employee extracting water from carpet with green, vacuum-like machine

Extracting Water From a Lenoir Business' Soaked Carpet

After an outside incident caused water to infiltrate a local business, our team was called to extract the water and dry the wet areas. We were quick on the scene, which helped mitigate overall damages!

Crouched man checking a tablet next to a wall

Assessing Moisture Levels in a Water-Damaged Building

When our employees first visit your water-damaged home or business, they need to conduct a full assessment, just like they did at this Hickory commercial building. Pictured above, one of our crew chiefs uses a moisture meter to assess the moisture level of a wall. He used this reading to measure the effectiveness of our drying process!

Male SERVPRO employee crouched next to green machine looking at a tablet

Checking Moisture Levels in a Hickory Business

An important part of our water mitigation process is to regularly check the moisture levels of a property's affected area until it reaches the target level. Pictured above, Crew Chief Victor Peralta enters his latest readings into the job file.

SERVPRO employee dragging green machine down a hallway

Responding to Hickory Water Damage

Our team of highly-trained technicians is quick to respond to any-sized disaster. In the above photo, one of our team members brings a dehumidifier to a room with significant water damage.

Hardwood floors and some wood furniture covered by taped-down plastic, which are intruded by a couple of tubes

Hardwoods Drying System

Did you know it's possible for us to dry your water-damaged hardwoods? Using an advanced drying technique (pictured above), we can save some hardwoods. This is a result of our focus to train our employees on new and current restoration practices!

Mitigating Water Damage

When your home or business suffers from water damage, our team will arrive with a few of our green air movers! We strategically place them to increase air circulation and dry affected areas. We have a few other tools we use to make it "Like it never even happened."

Taylorsville Insurance Agency Needs Water Damage Work

Fortunately, this insurance office in Taylorsville had adequate coverage to pay for the water removal and restoration required in its office. SERVPRO techs removed the saturated carpet, removed the water and seen are several drying devices to capture the remaining water vapor from the air.

Taylorsville Insurance Agency Needs Water Damage Work

Fortunately, this insurance office in Taylorsville had adequate coverage to pay for the water removal and restoration required in its office. SERVPRO techs removed the saturated carpet, removed the water and seen are several drying devices to capture the remaining water vapor from the air.

Water Damage from a Break

The old cast iron supply line cracked and deposited a large amount of water on the tile flooring that also saturated the lower level of the drywall walls. The removal of the non-salvageable paneling was required before the drying service could begin.

Water damage – Morganton Office

Water damage at this Morganton office was a result of a water pipe bursting in the ceiling. We provided water damage cleanup and removed the fallen ceiling tiles and insulation. The area was dried and dehumidified before replacing the insulation and ceiling tiles. The building manager and business owners were very complimentary about our technicians and their work. WE appreciate their comments. If water damage slows your fast paced business, call SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties 24/7 at (828) 396-1070. We will work around-the-clock to get you back on the fast track.

Flood Damage – Granite Falls Office

Flood damage at this Granite Falls office resulted from a plumbing failure in the restroom after business hours. When the staff arrived at work the following morning, they found the hallways and individual offices flooded. We were called immediately as the source of the water damage was unclear. SERVPRO technicians located the broken pipe and sealed it off for repair. We rushed water removal equipment into the offices to clean up the flooding. We had the drying and dehumidifying equipment running before lunch. A skeleton staff of office workers were put back to work that same day as the drying process continued. A terrible problem had been met with an excellent solution. If flooding interrupts your normal business activity, call SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties at (828) 396-1070. We provide 24-hour emergency service.