Water Damage Photo Gallery

Sewage Damage in Gardendale

This residential property had a toilet overflow upstairs and made its way downstairs affected six rooms. There were ceilings and walls affected by the contaminated water as well. It's best to not touch anything and call a professional immediately.

Leaky Pipe?

This Birmingham business had a leaking pipe which caused about 7,000 square foot to be hit with water. SERVPRO of Birmingham went in and took care of the mess so they could get back to work! 

Pipe Leak

No one wants to deal with a leaky pipe but this residence had one in their upstairs bathroom. The drywall had to be removed and equipment set, the bottom flooring was affected but SERVPRO of Birmingham came in had it dry within days!

Birmingham Residential Water Damage

The hot water heater flooded the hallway and bathroom in this home. The flooring and baseboards had to be removed; the walls and flooring had to be treated. The job only took a few days to dry. 

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Commercial Water Damage

This commercial water damage happened on the 7th floor and ended up all the way on the bottom floor. This was due to the sprinkler system going off and crews were on the scene for a couple weeks to get everything back "Like It Never Even Happened!"

Commercial Water Damage From Flooding

Our Water Damage Restoration Process

Every water damage situation is a little different, and requires a unique solution, but the general process stays the same. The steps listed below illustrate our process for the “typical” water damage emergency.

Step 1: Emergency Contact

Step 2: Inspection and Damage Assessment

Step 3: Water Removal/Water Extraction

Step 4: Drying and Dehumidification

Step 5: Cleaning and Repair

Step 6: Restoration

Residential Water Damage

This residential water damage was caused by a pipe bursting in a concrete wall which affected the carpet and contents in the basement of the home. Carpet and padding had to be removed. 

Sewage Backups Should Be Considered Dangerous!

Here we have a basement level sewage backup. Sewage backups are grossly unsanitary and considered category 3 "black water" which can cause illness or even death. Any contact should be avoided especially if there is feces or microbial growth. This is an emergency situation which should be dealt with as soon as possible. SERVPRO of Birmingham has trained staff with expertise in this area, we can safely restore your home or business.

Water Damage

Fire, Water, and Mold Restoration are the cornerstones of our business. We are dedicated to being faster to any-sized disaster. Our focus on training ensures we have the expertise and skills needed to promptly restore your property right the first time. Pictured here is a residence that had a toilet leak which affected the bathroom flooring, ceiling and the room below the bathroom. Remember, we offer 24 hour emergency service so we are always available when these disasters occur.