Water Damage Photo Gallery

Air movers in kitchen facing pantry

Dishwasher Overflow

These homeowners experienced water damage after their dishwasher overflowed. Here you can see air movers being used to help the drying process. The clients were very pleased with the results.

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Air scrubbers in a kitchen

Water Damage in Greenville County Apartment

This apartment had some water damage after the water heater was damaged. SERVPRO of Northeast Greenville County was there within the hour to begin the water remediation process.

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Kitchen floors damaged as a result of a broken water heater

Broken Water Heater Damage

This Greenville, SC home was flooded after the water heater broke. As you can see it warped the hardwood floors. SERVPRO of Northeast Greenville was quick to assess the damage, clean up the water and begin the construction process to fix the floors. We had this home back to “Like it never even happened,” in no time!

Air movers in a kitchen after a waterline leak from an icemaker

Water Damage in Greenville, SC Kitchen

This bathroom kitchen flooded as a result of an ice maker waterline leak in Greenville, SC. SERVPRO of Northeast Greenville was called and we assessed the damage, began extracting water and then started demo. We did this in a timely manner and our customer was very pleased with the results.

extensive sitting water on the floor of a vacant building

Busted Water Pipe in Greenville, SC

SERVPRO of Northeast Greenville was called for water restoration after a Greenville County building flooded. The building was vacant and a pipe in one of the bathrooms busted. The leak was left for several days before it was discovered so the damage made its way throughout the building, affecting each room.

Water Damage

When this restaurant sustained major flooding from its fire suppression system they called SERVPRO of NE Greenville. We we were able to extract over 1,000 gallons of water and set drying equipment in time for the business to open. No revenue was lost here and the business operated that day "Like it never even happened."