Water Damage Photo Gallery

Water Loss in Drums, PA

This water damage happened in Drums, PA. Because of the loss size and because of the amount of saturated structural materials, our crew used this desiccant dehumidifier to assist in the drying process. A desiccant dehumidifier can be more efficient and effective when drying large areas of affected wood and concrete and works well when temperatures aren't at their optimal levels. Because the desiccant was used, we were able to complete this job in 3 days and the client was extremely happy!

Power For Large Water Loss in Mountain Top, PA

When Performing this large commercial water loss in Mountain Top, PA, power was essential. The amount of equipment being used on this project required more power than the building itself could supply. In this photo a technician is getting ready to install these temporary power distribution boxes that run off of our large commercial generators. This enabled us to run all of our equipment and get the customer back up and running!

Water Damage in Bear Creek Township, PA

This is the after Picture of a water damage that happened in the pro shop of a local golf club. All of the water was extracted and multiple layers of flooring were removed to allow for our technicians to set equipment to dry out the remaining structure.

Water Damage to Business in Wilkes-Barre, PA

When a significant water damage occurred in the club house of the local golf course, SERVPRO of Hanover Township/Bear Creek was called to mitigate the loss. Our crews responded quickly and were able to identify all of the issues and start the process of getting this local business back up and running for the new season!

Water Damage in Dupont, PA

This Business in Dupont, PA sustained water damage to its main area from a rain storm that passed through the area. Our crews responded quickly to extract all of the water and begin to dry the structure out!

Water Damage in Hanover Township, PA

SERVPRO of Hanover Township/ Bear Creek helping restore a Goodwill store locally after a water damage event,  making it "Like it never even happened" so the store could re-oepn for business.