Water Damage Photo Gallery

Ceiling Tiles Don't Like Water!

Drop ceiling tiles, popular in basements, are usually a main casualty of water damage. Made from a combination of naturally occurring, processed and recycled materials, they are unfortunately NOT water friendly. Just a small amount of water will stain tiles, but in the case of a water disaster they will sag, crumble, or completely disintegrate, leaving a soggy mess.

Water Damaged Wood Floor

Sometimes after a significant water loss you can't dry out and salvage everything. Unfortunately this wood floor was too soaked to be able to save, and had to be ripped up. But SERVPRO of Hackensack/Little Ferry knows how to do it the right way.

Water in Basement from Second Floor

Water will always find its way to the lowest point, evidenced by the flood in the basement that started with a leak on the second floor. Unfortunately for this homeowner, that meant water damage to ceilings and floors throughout the entire home.

Water Damage Cleanup is a Messy Job

Even when water damage happens on an upper floor, it still needs to go someplace. Gravity usually pulls it down to the lowest level, where it can pool and make a mess. SERVPRO of Hackensack/Little Ferry came in and cleaned up the mess, and made it "Like it never even happened."

Taking Care of Sewage

Cleanup after a sewage backup needs to be done carefully, and special care must be taken after the water damage is remediated. Here, the cleanup includes a fog, which takes care of any airborne particles and kills whatever bio materials that may be left

Drying Wood Floors

Sometimes we are able to save wood floors by using special equipment to dry underneath laid flooring. We use Injectidry floor drying system, which blows air underneath planks to dry them. That , in conjunction with air movers, and water damage helps make your water damage  "Like it never even happened.