Water Damage Photo Gallery

Water Damage – Brattleboro House

Water damage to the hardwood floor in this Brattleboro house was the result of a broken water pipe joint behind the wall. SERVPRO of Windham and Windsor Counties water damage restoration technicians could strategically place commercial air movers and dehumidifiers to restore the flooring. Technology has grown when it comes to water damaged hardwood floors. You don’t always need to replace your water damaged flooring.

Water Damage - Wilmington Kitchen

Water damage occurred at this Wilmington home's kitchen when the drain line from the dishwasher developed a leak. The dishwasher would need to be removed to dry the flooring, walls, and cabinetry. The owner sought professional help to remediate the water damage. SERVPRO of Windham and Windsor Counties is well equipped to handle water damage events such as this.

Water damage restoration in Brattleboro

If you suffer residential or commercial water damage in the Brattleboro or Wilmington area, our highly trained team is available 24/7 for a fast response. Properly restoring your business or home after a water damage event requires specialized and equipment and products.  We have extensive water damage restoration training and experience, our process emphasizes regular monitoring and documentation of the drying process from beginning to end. Our local teams of experts are ready to help you recover from a flood or water damage emergency. 

Water Damage - Brattleboro Home

Water damage to this Brattleboro home's kitchen was due to a roof leak which allowed rainwater to run down the inside of the exterior wall continually. Eventually, the interior walls and cabinetry were affected. SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties can remove all of the building materials that are not salvageable and clean and dry the entire area that was affected. Once dried and the roof repaired they can rebuild the damaged portion of the kitchen.

Residential Water Damage In Chester

Recently the team at SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties received a call regarding a water damage incident. A home’s well pump malfunctioned causing the water to back up into the finished basement. It caused significant damage to several rooms. Our crew quickly began to extract standing water. We also removed flooring and performed 4-foot flood cuts around the perimeter of the drywall in several rooms in the basement. Our highly trained technicians installed high-powered commercial dehumidifiers and air movers to expedite the drying process. Our specialists returned the property to pre-damage condition. Don't let water damage ruin your home contact SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties today.

Water Damage Strikes Norwich Residential Home

Our SERVPRO team was called out to this residential home in Norwich, VT due to water damage issues. As soon as we arrived on site, our crew inspected, assessed, and cleaned the affected area. We then worked on the restoration process quickly and efficiently. SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to better serve you. 

White River Junction Water Damage

The carpeting was removed after a leak in the adjoining powder room to this home in White River Junction. A wet-vacuum with a special wand attachment extracted the water and dehumidifiers dried out the lingering moisture.

Okemo Mountain Resort

To start the day SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties responding to a little Sunday morning water call on Okemo Mountain Resort! What a view! #SERVPROCCWWC#ReadyForWhateverHappens#LikeItNeverEvenHappened#Okemo

Hurricane Irene Flood Damage

SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties performing water mitigation services to a commercial office building in Brattleboro, VT.

Hurricane Irene Flood Damage

SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties responding to flood damage at a housing community in Southern Vermont.

Water Restoration Project

SERVPRO of Cheshire County, NH and Windham & Windsor Counties, VT's furry friend, Archie was out and about helping to "retrieve" some of our drying equipment at a water restoration project a few weeks back. Nice work Archie!