Water Damage Photo Gallery

Basement doorway with concrete slab floor exposed

Middletown Basement Needs Help with Water Damage

This finished basement playroom in Middletown took on a wide water damage area, and the homeowner brought in SERVPRO. The glue-down carpet got ruined from exposure to moisture and required removal to dry the flooring after the techs extracted the water.

folded over carpet, striptacks showing, wet plywood floor

Water Loss to a House in South Kingston

Water from a leak can soak into a plywood subfloor and ruin the underpadding and wet the carpet. SERVPRO techs can peel back the carpet to dry the floor and eventually re-stretch the carpet back onto the tack strips, "Like it never even happened."

water stain in the ceiling by a fan

Water Stained Ceiling in Burlington

The Plex plumbing line running through the attic of this Burlington home sprung a small leak. By morning it was apparent that a company like SERVPRO could use advanced equipment and methods to salvage the ceiling without demolition. Call us for help.

wood flooring damaged by water

Water Damage In South Kingstown

Within minutes a water damage event can leave your South Kingstown home destroyed. Our quick response will prevent mold growth and limit further damage. SERVPRO of Newport & Bristol Counties has the training, equipment, and water damage experience to restore your home to pre-damage condition. “Like it never even happened.”

Bedroom Repaired

Like it never even happened! We dried and repaired this bedroom. Whenever a family is displaced it becomes our priority to work our hardest and get that family back in their home.

Laundry Room Repaired

After a basement flood, we dried and repaired the space. Our services include a full complement of contracting skill sets including, carpentry, electricians, plumbers and HVAC specialist. Talk about one stop shopping!

University flood clean up

Large drying system used to dry out common areas and dorm rooms at the University of Rhode Island after persistent rains flooded the basements of three of the largest buildings on campus.