Water Damage Photo Gallery

Washing Machine Overload

I don't know about you but I don't know what I would do without my washing machine. However, I do know what I would do if my washer ever turned on me and decided it wanted to wash more than just my clothes. That's what happen to this local family when their washer just kept washing, and washing, and washing. Needless to say, they had a devastating mess. We were able to restore their home to its natural state in no time at all thanks to the knowledgeable, dedicated, and hard working staff at SERVPRO of Columbia and Suwannee Counties.  

Leaky Toilet

Toilets are a wonderful invention but they're not wonderful when they overflow. Unfortunately things like this happen. However, it's very fortunate that our team has the knowledge and skill to handle any messy situation in which you may find yourself . SERVPRO of Columbia and Suwannee Counties were able to make this unfortunate event, "Like it never even happened." 

Water trapped in the walls.

Pictured here is Water that is actually in the wall but being held in by the paint. That's some pretty impressive coverage! However, this is not something you would want to brag about. When a water damage occurs, unless you have the right equipment or knowledge, there is no way to see where the water actually is with the naked eye. In this case it was actually inside the walls and the homeowner didn't even know until the wall and paint started bubbling. 

Tree causes a water damage in Lafayette County

A homeowner in Mayo got the pleasant surprise of a tree falling on his home. The tree caused enough damage for water to sink into the insulation and caused the ceiling to start drooping. Our technicians were able to remove the wet materials, dry it out, and have a roofer come in to fix the roof. Thankfully nothing else inside the home was damaged due to the homeowner and SERVPRO's quick response.

Local Madison school flooded.

When this teacher walked in on Monday morning, she was greeted with a huge puddle of water. Thankfully SERVPRO of Columbia and Suwannee Counties was called out and was able to get it dried up. We extracted the water, sanitized the affected area, set drying equipment where necessary, and finished by cleaning the rugs.

Union County Residential Water Damage

Pictured is one of our production technicians crawling under a residence to remove the underbelly affected by a Water Damage. The homeowner decided to call SERVPRO of Columbia and Suwannee Counties when they discovered the water puddled on their floor. Upon further investigation the water had gone through the floor and subfloor and into the insualtion. Our crew was able to act fast to get it dried up and restored back to normal.