Water Damage Photo Gallery

the floor is scraped of the tile and being prepared for a new one

Farmingdale Kitchen Water Damage

A broken water line flooded the asphalt-tiled floor in this Farmingdale kitchen, lifting them from the concrete subfloor. The old tiles did not keep out the water and lost adhesion. SERVPRO crew members can scrape off the layer of flooring, dry out the sub-surface, and prepare it for a new floor.

water pooling on tile floor in hallway with mold stains on the walls

Copiague Water Loss

The burst pipe flooded a home in Copiague with water that soaked into the trim work and walls. SERVPRO was called out after several days of this pooling water still on the tiled floor. We removed the water and then scraped off the beginnings of mold growths on the walls. We recommend to our neighbors to never delay in seeking professional water damage restoration--time is money!

Water Damage Restoration In Copiague

Don’t let water damage ruin your home in Copiague! You need the crew at SERVPRO of Amityville / Lindenhurst to help restore your home to pre-damage condition. Our experts can be reached 24/7. We have the equipment and training to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Hardwood Water Damage in Amityville

The water leak soaked into the pine hardwood flooring in this Amityville house but was discovered immediately by the homeowner. Our SERVPRO team quickly arrived since We're Faster To Any Size Disaster and we vacuumed up the remaining water. Then by placing drying mats (not shown here) we can suction out the residual moisture from the tongue and groove joints and dry out the subfloor and supporting joists. We strive to restore and not replace water-damaged materials; you can count on it!