Water Damage Photo Gallery

Water damage sources

Water damage sources

Water damage can come from any number of sources.  Whether it comes from a broken pipe, an overflowing toilet, a failed water heater, or a bad storm.  In this unusual instance, an above ground pool collapsed sending water crashing through the back door, instantly flooding the entire finished basement.

Drying Equipment

Drying Equipment

After extracting water from carpets, moisture still remains in the affected areas.  Think of it like your laundry - even though the spin cycle removes a lot of the moisture in the washing machine, you still put your clothes through the dryer.  SERVPRO of Edison uses dehumidifiers and air movers to remove any remaining moisture to ensure that the home is healthy and dry.

In this photo, water came from the room above, so two air movers are aimed at the ceiling, one is drying the carpet and the dehumidifier works to reduce humidity in the entire room.

Water extraction

Water extraction

One of the most important factors in any water damage event is a good extraction.  In the photo, one of SERVPRO of Edison's highly trained technicians uses an extraction wand to remove water from a flooded carpet.  

Thermal Imaging Camera

Thermal Imaging Camera

Kevin demonstrates how SERVPRO of Edison's thermal imaging camera can help locate moisture in a home or commercial building that has been affected by a flood. Notice how the bottle of water he is holding shows up a deep blue on our camera? This tool helps us determine the extent of the damage so we can make it "Like it Never Even Happened"