Water Damage Photo Gallery

We can help with Hoarding

We can help with Hoarding

We received a call for water damage, and when we got to the home, we found a hoarding situation. We worked with the family and we were able to clean up all the wet items so we could dry everything properly. If we were not able to clean out all the wet boxes, remove the carpet, and get to the walls that were wet, everything would have been full of mold. If you need help with cleaning up a hoarded house please call us, we can make the process easier for you!

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Drying Mats

Drying Mats

After a water damage to your home, you might think my wood floors  are ruined and need to be replaced, well here at SERVPRO we have a new drying system using drying mats. We install these mats as shown in the picture and they suck the water out of your floor restoring them like new!

We Come Prepared

We Come Prepared

The guys loading the truck for a water job.

Water Meter

Water Meter

By using a moisture meter, Our Water Certified Technicians are able to check areas that may not appear to even be wet, For example, maybe the insulation behind the wall is wet but the drywall or paneling looks dry and even feels dry when you run your hand over it.

Water Damage in Gurnee

Water Damage in Gurnee

Customer was out of town, and water pipe broke and flooded several rooms. Luckily, they called SERVPRO of Mundelein/North Wauconda and we were able to help. The customer was very relieved for us to take care of his home while he was in Japan

Broken Pipe in Volo

Broken Pipe in Volo

Here at SERVPRO of Mundelein/North Wauconda we have many drying techniques and this one of them. Our crew has tented the flooring to help dry the wood floors so we don't have to rip them out

Heat Wagon

Heat Wagon

 

When to Use:

When clean odor free heat is needed to raise job site temperatures for optimum drying conditions. Most economical method of increasing the temperature of job site environment and providing multiple air exchanges. This unit is capable of heating up a 10,000 square foot structure. Must have minimum of 3 ft chimney with rain cap.

How It Works:

The heater has an oil fired burner that burns into a closed combustion chamber. The products of combustion are vented out a chimney stack. Clean outside air is forced over the hot metal heat exchanger and discharged into the work site.