Water Damage Photo Gallery

Equipped to be of Service...

Visit our shop and you will see shelves of green drying equipment. We must own and maintain an inventory of restorative drying equipment to successfully service our clients property damage emergencies.

Flooded Office

Failing water delivery pipes, toilet overflows and fire sprinklers going off are a few of the most common ways that water can damage an office. Rainwater and ground flooding may also cause water damages. Once we responded to an aquarium toppling over during an earthquake. However a water damage happens we can clean and dry it up. 

Thermal Imaging

Thermal imagery was created by the military to detect "warm bodies" in the dark. Like so much military technology there are many peace time uses for thermal imagery.

At SERVPRO, we use it to detect temperature changes within the walls and ceilings of a structure. If a portion of structural materials is damp it will present a different color signature and a temperature readout on the camera's screen. The benefit of using the thermal camera is the time it saves over having to use a hand held meter to press against various surfaces, and being able to aim it at ceiling and upper wall sections that would otherwise require someone to climb onto a ladder to make a reading with a hand held moisture meter device.

Sheetrock (drywall board) Removal.

Most water that flows through a structure damages the gypsum board and it must be removed. Our technicians do their best to remove the wall board by doing straight / precision cuts. This makes it easier to perform the sheetrock replacement.

Inside Our Box Truck

The big green SERVPRO trucks are used to transport drying and cleaning equipment. This photograph shows the inside of a box truck and how it is set up for water drying jobs.

San Leandro Public Safety Days

SERVPRO of San Leandro participates in Safety Days. This past event our theme was Emergency Preparation for Water Damage. We are always please to meet the hundreds of fellow citizens who attend the event.

Basement Cleanup

Water and mud crashed into a Burlingame home when a small creek overflowed. Our company removed the mud and debris. Next we cleaned the structural materials and performed drying. That is typical of what following El Nino rain storms.

Roy Drake Managing a Commercial Project

Roy Drake, owner of SERVPRO of Belmont / San Carlos; San Leandro and Stockton is seen with Managers planning labor needs. The facility being restored was a defense contractor and the job required the addition of temporary labor.

Bathroom Remodel in Castro Valley

A water damage in Castro Valley started in a master bathroom suite. It was an opportunity to remodel the master bathroom. SERVPRO of San Leandro owner designed the project, our in house construction team did the work.