Water Damage Photo Gallery

Forbing Water Ravaged Ceiling

Gallons of water from a hidden plumbing line can soak and ruin a ceiling in Forbing in a very short time. After the leak is fixed, SERVPRO can safely remove the damaged ceiling material, dry out the void, and prepare the water damaged area for the rebuild.

Water Damage – Shreveport Kitchen

Water damage to this Shreveport home’s kitchen was caused by a broken water line leading to the dishwasher. The property owners needed the services of a professional water damage restoration company to mitigate the damages before replacing the dishwasher.

Water Damage – Shreveport Office Building

Water damage at this Shreveport office building left standing water throughout the pictured floor. You can see the reflection of the ceiling lights in the standing water. The building manager knew he needed large-scale commercial equipment to get the water suctioned up quickly before secondary damage occurred. SERVPRO of South Shreveport is available 24/7 to handle our customer's disasters. We have the commercial equipment and the trained staff to handle water damage such as this.

Rec Room in Shreveport and Water Removal

The water after the pipe burst in this family rec room in Shreveport needed fast water removal to mitigate damages to the furnishings and the carpet. Luckily, our SERVPRO team responded immediately with some powerful equipment as evidenced by this photo. We work hard to save our customers money and reduce their inconveniences.

Shreveport Water Soaked Hardwood Flooring

The water seeped into the joints and covered the varnished surface of this hardwood flooring in the Shreveport area. The tents and mat dryers are strategically placed by SERVPRO technicians to remove the water and dry out all cellulose-based components including the supporting beams.

Water Damaged Walls in Forbing

The blistered paint in this Forbing home revealed a large amount of accumulated water from a leak in the attic. Typically, the degraded sheetrock needs to be removed and replaced. Then the wall opening can be inspected for further water damage and for applying an antifungal agent to prevent mold growth. SERVPRO techs follow a tried and true protocol.