Water Damage Photo Gallery

Mold growth on drywall after a sewer backup went untouched for almost three weeks

Sewer Backup in Allendale Home

Sewer backups can contain viruses, bacteria, and other microbes that can cause serious illnesses.  These should be handled as an emergency but life happens.  This home in Allendale has a sewer backup that sat for almost three weeks.  At one point the water reached almost six inches high.  Mold thrives on damp and wet surfaces, as you can see in this photo.  Our trained technicians were able to quickly and safely decontaminate and remediate the affected areas.

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Water damage to wood floor in Grand Haven Condo

Water Damage to Wood Floor in Grand Haven Condo

Many new refrigerators have ice and water dispensers which means a water line is attached.  These lines should last for many years, but they can start to leak.  This condo owner in Grand Haven figured out their fridge water line was leaking after their hardwood floor which is glued down to concrete subfloor swelled and formed a hole.  Our technicians were able to dry out the rest of the hardwood floor, which the owners were very appreciative of.

Basement full of contents floating in black water

Sewer Backup in Holland, MI

This homeowner knew to call SERVPRO of Holland/W. Ottawa County when their basement filled with two feet of sewer water after a back up.  This should be considered an emergency situation and dealt with as quickly as possible.  We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so do not hesitate to call!

Ceiling bubbling from moisture after water damage.

Ceiling Bubbles After Water Damage

Many people do not realize that water damage doesn't necessarily mean just wet carpet or drywall. This homeowner in Spring Lake, MI returned home to find the supply line to the toilet in the master bathroom had broken. The damage happened while the homeowner was gone overnight and most of the main level and basement were flooded. The moisture and humidity in the home began causing the ceilings to bubble and cave in. Water damage can do some crazy things!

Flooded Church

Walking into your facility and finding two levels filled with water doesn't make for a good day. This church in Grand Haven, MI experienced extensive flooding when a coffee maker began spraying water. The damage was so severe that there was enough standing water in the parlor to see the reflection of the lights on the ceiling. If you experience water damage, we are here to help!

Delaminated Carpet

This homeowner in Holland, MI experienced water damage after their sump pump malfunctioned. The malfunction was caused by the homeowner's cat dropping a ping pong ball into the pit. The flooding caused the carpet to remain wet long enough for the bonding agent between the secondary and primary backing of the carpet to break down.

High Water Table Flooding

If you live in an area with a high water table, you have probably experienced water damage to your home at some point. This homeowner's basement began to flood when their sump pump failed. They placed submersible pumps in their backyard to pump out some of the standing water and prevent further damage.

Residential Sink Leak

When a sink leaks in a kitchen with hardwood floors, bad things tend to happen. A water loss has the ability to cause a large amount of damage in a very short amount of time. If you experience water damage, we are here to help!

Pipe Break Causes Major Water Loss

Nobody wants to receive a phone call while on vacation to learn that a pipe broke in their home. A pipe break that isn't immediately discovered can be devastating. The ceiling began to fall in and the wood floor buckled as the water made its way through the different levels of the home. Water will find the lowest point that it can reach, and this home was an unfortunate example of that.

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Ice Dam Results In Roof Leak

A West Michigan homeowner experienced an ice dam that resulted in a roof leak. The leak heavily effected the ceiling, walls, and carpet of the home. In order to properly dry the water damage, the drywall had to be removed. Once the structure is fully dried, the drywall is replaced.

Ceiling Falling In

If a water loss can be contained to one level, that often results in far less damage than a multiple level loss. When water begins seeping through to another floor, the ceiling will begin to fall in creating an additional mess.

Warped Wood Ceiling

Moisture and a wood ceiling are not a good combination. When a boiler pipe burst, a mixture of standing water and condensation caused this homeowner's wood ceiling to warp. The ceiling was not salvageable and had to be removed to further dry any remaining moisture.

Condensation On Ceiling

A variety of different things can follow a pipe break. It is not uncommon for condensation to be produced by a pipe carrying hot water. A residential boiler line burst produced condensation all throughout the home, further effecting the drywall and ceiling.

Pipe Burst

As a homeowner, this is never a site that you want to see. The boiler line had burst while the homeowners were out of town, resulting in a large amount of damage. By the time the break was discovered, enough damage had occurred to require extensive demolition of effected drywall and ceiling.

Crawl Space Pipe Break

When a pipe breaks in a crawlspace, it isn't as noticeable as a pipe break in a kitchen. That is the case for this West Michigan homeowner. Before the water was shut off, the break had created 3-4 inches of standing water in the crawlspace. Regularly inspect your home, especially during the winter months, to ensure nothing goes unnoticed. If you discover a broken pipe, we are here to help!

Paint Bubbling

Water damage can cause some interesting things to happen. We are often thankful when effected areas are brick or cement since it usually means less damage. Although this room was concrete, the paint began to bubble due to the water and high humidity.

Water Damages Floor

During this season of roof leaks and broken pipes, one thing is certain. Water can and will destroy everything in its path. Hardwood floor will often begin to warp when it experiences water damage. We have the equipment to help prevent you from draining the bank account on new flooring.

Warping Floorboards

It does not take long for water damage to begin taking a toll on your home or business. This West Michigan homeowner had a pipe break in their kitchen while gone on vacation. The water quickly spread throughout the home resulting in serious damages including warped floorboards. When disaster strikes, time is of the essence.

Ceiling Fell in After Water Damages Home

This is a picture of a garage ceiling that has fallen in due to a water damage in the home. You can see drywall and insulation hanging from the ceiling as well as puddles of water on the concrete. 

Refrigerator Water Line Leak causing Hardwood Floor Damage

During the night, the refrigerator line to the ice maker broke causing damage to the hardwood flooring in this home. You can see water marks and warping between each plank from the water being absorbed into the wood. 

Wood Floor Drying Mats

This residential home had a water loss effecting the hardwood floors in their kitchen. Using the Wood Floor Drying Mat system, we were able to remove the moisture from the hardwood floors. The homeowners were happy with the results of the drying mats and relieved that the floors did not have to be replaced.

Ice Formation Outside Window of Residential Home

Ice formations from the window down the side of this home was an indication that something was wrong at this seasonal home. Snow covering the vent to the furnace caused this home to lose heat resulting in frozen pipes and hundreds of gallons filling the home.  SERVPRO was on-site quickly to assess damages working to make it "Like it never even happened". 

Burst Pipes in Residential Home in the Dead of Winter

This seasonal home lost heat during the dead of winter causing pipes to freeze and burst flooding the home with thousands of gallons of water.  Temperatures reaching below 32 degrees freezing the flowing water putting a layer of ice over everywhere the water traveled.  This pic is of a bed where you see inches of ice over the comforter, mattress, bed post and floor. We were able to get onsite once heat was restored to start the mitigation process working to make it "Like it never even happened".

Desiccant Dehumidifier with Generator used in a large Commercial Water Loss

This Trailer Mounted Desiccant Dehumidifier with Generator was used in a large Commercial Water Loss Muskegon MI. Having this piece of equipment available allows us to handle Any Size Loss. 

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