Water Damage Photo Gallery

Water Damage In Cape Coral

Our experts were contacted about a water damage emergency at a property in Cape Coral. Not only was the floor covered in water, so was the surge protector which is a major safety issue. Our team knew we had to act fast. We started the restoration process quickly, and we were able to restore this property to pre-damage condition. “Like it never even happened.”

Water Damage In Cape Coral

Our crew at SERVPRO of Cape Coral was contacted regarding a water damage emergency at a home in Cape Coral. We responded quickly and began our water damage restoration process right away. Our team used state-of-the-art equipment and specialized cleaning techniques to restore this home to pre-damage condition. “Like it never even happened.”

Water Damaged Ceiling--North Fort Myers

The leaking water line running through an attic crawl often leaves behind wetted drywall that needs to be replaced. Weakened gypsum board can be a hazard if it falls. We suggest that you contact SERVPRO to tear out the ruined materials and spray an antifungal agent to help stop mold growth from developing.

Water Damage – Cape Coral

Water damage in Cape Coral not only causes visible water damage but also there is moisture remaining in the air and embedded in the building materials. SERVPRO uses Low Grain Refrigerant Dehumidifiers such as the one pictured for water damage restoration. The application of this equipment significantly reduces the time required for the drying process.

Water Damage - Pine Island Kitchen

Water damage to this Pine Island kitchen cabinetry is being restored rather than replaced by one of SERVPRO of Cape Coral’s high tech drying procedures. SERVPRO franchises are equipped with the latest equipment to take on any size job.

Flood Damage – North Fort Myers Doctors Office

Flood damage to this North Fort Meyers Doctor’s office occurred when a pipe ruptured. There was significant water damage to the walls as well as the standing water in the waiting room. Sophisticated instruments used by SERVPRO technicians detected that water damage had significantly penetrated the sub floor. We were forced to remove the carpet and padding to provide the appropriate drying to the subfloor. We also cut away the lower portion of the walls to allow for proper drying behind the wall where the pipe leak had started the flood damage. Our crews worked all night to get the offices dried and dehumidified. We repaired the wall board and repainted the room. Then new carpeting was installed, and the Doctor began seeing patients again. He was extremely satisfied with how rapidly we restored his place of business. If flood or water damage puts your business on hold, call SERVPRO of Cape Coral 24/7 at (239) 573-5911.