Water Damage Photo Gallery

Plastic covering over a room entry way with a paper and tape cover the ground

Protecting a Home While Working on Water Damage

While doing extensive mitigation work for a house with water damage, our team took great care in putting up protective coverings in doorways and on floor near the damage. They want to keep any particles from construction and the moisture from making its way into other rooms.

A moisture reader on wood with water damage reading at 99.9 points

Monitoring Water Damage

With jobs that involve water damage and drying a space, our crew members take a moisture reader to see just how wet something is. We check the moisture levels throughout the drying process to make sure that our equipment is doing it job.

moisture meter and wet floor

Moisture Meter At Work

This is a moisture meter.  It detects the amount of moisture in you walls, ceilings and floors.  The floor got wet because of a pipe break.  We used this moisture meter to see how wet the floor was.  As you can see by the picture, the floor was 99.9%.  This floor is going to need immediate drying in order to save it from buckling.

four men standing beside green truck

And the crew is off to mitigate water.

Our crew is getting ready to go mitigate water at a local residence that got sewer water from the recent fall rain. It's a Sunday morning and we are ready to go 24 hours a day.

tech cutting wall

Mitigating Water Damage

One of our trained techs cutting affected drywall after a basement flood. All of our techs are IICRC trained and constantly being updated on all the IICRC regulations. We make disasters "Like it never even happened."

Picture of the IICRC logo

IICRC Certified

SERVPRO of Oak Park-River Forest is IICRC Certified. Whether it's an emergency situation or you're planning ahead, make sure you hire an IICRC-certified professional to do the job right the first time. Our technicians stay up to date on all new regulations.