Water Damage Photo Gallery

Drying equipment forcing air into a ceiling cavity in a partially sealed storage room

Ceiling Water Drying by SERVPRO of Santa Clarita Valley

SERVPRO of Santa Clarita Valley technicians responded to this home’s water damage needs. Polyethylene sheeting forces air from an air mover into a ceiling cavity. The room in this photo is partially sealed with polyethylene sheeting for more efficient drying.

Centrifugal air movers in the corner while stackable air movers and dehumidifiers dry water damage in a partially sealed room

Mitigating Santa Clarita Dormitory Water Damage 24/7

In this photo, SERVPRO water damage drying equipment mitigates excess moisture in a Santa Clarita college dormitory. Low-profile stackable air movers work with low-grain refrigerant dehumidifiers with the help of a polyethylene drying chamber to restore structural materials.

SERVPRO cavity drying equipment in front of kitchen cabinets and appliances

Cavity Drying Saves the Day from Water Damage Santa Clarita

A Santa Clarita kitchen had water damage behind the toe-kick under the cabinets. SERVPRO has specialized drying equipment such as these cavity driers that force warm, dry air directly onto the areas needed resulting in a faster and even more thorough job.

Water Extraction Showcases Teamwork

Water Extraction

Due to a large influx of job requests, much of our staff was busy this past week. Nevertheless, our Office Manager Michael Johns stepped up and helped out on one of our recent water losses. This occurred at a local school and needed to be dealt with quickly. You have to love our team stepping up and working together especially during such a challenging time as this. 

Crew Technicians Draining Crawlspace

Flooded Crawlspace Being Drained

Our team was able to drain a crawlspace that had flooded with thousands of gallons of water this past week. They were onsite for several hours as our water extraction units were running excessively. Eventually, all the water was drained and the homeowners were extremely grateful for the help. 

Flooded Toilet

Overflowed Toilet Leads to Water Damage

This is a rather common problem. The homeowners suffered from a flooded toilet which eventually cleared up but unfortunately dumped water all over the bathroom floor. This was then absorbed into the surrounding flooring, walls, and the nearby sink cabinetry. 

If your toilet is overflowing use a plunger and don't get frustrated sometimes it takes a little bit of time to clear up. Multiple flushes could just make cleanup messier. 

Suffering from water damage? Give SERVPRO® of Santa Clarita Valley a call at (661) 296-4600

Leaking Pipe

Leaking Pipes Lead to Water Damage

One of the most common problems with water damage is faulty water lines. The pipes in the picture were leaking for severe days before the problem was recognized. This led to the damage of the surrounding material and could have resulted in bacterial growth if SERVPRO had not responded in a quick and efficient manner. 

If you have any water damage restoration needs call SERVPRO® of Santa Clarita Valley at (661) 296-4600. 

Hole in ceiling

Hole in Ceiling, Lancaster

Water from the upper floor saturated the ceiling over a few days. This caused the ceiling to bow and crack needing to be removed for safety and the prevention of mold growth. SERVPRO was able to respond rapidly and mitigate the damage and dry out the affected regions. 

Water Loss at local home

Water Damage in Lancaster

Drying systems setup in Lancaster following a burst water pipe. Water was leaking for several days before the damage was discovered. SERVPRO was able to mitigate the damage and help the owner prepare for followup reconstruction. 

Water Damage above a shower in Santa Clarita, CA

This is a picture of mold found above a shower in Santa Clarita. The hole in the ceiling was caused by a small leak in the pipes, which also caused the mold growth in the ceiling. Our goal is to fix disasters "Like it never happened".

Cutting Through the Ceiling of a Shower

A local Santa Clarita home had a leak from the pipes from the second floor that destroyed through the ceiling of the first floor shower. Our crew had to cut the ceiling, which was heavily affected by the water damage.