Water Damage Photo Gallery

Baseboard Heat: Efficient, but Potentially Messy

While hot water baseboard systems can be be great for heating a home, they do come with potential risks. If the water ends up freezing, the pipes can burst...and since these pipes are run all throughout the house, it can lead to significant water damage. 

Saturated Carpets

Damaged pipes can quickly cause large amounts of water to flow into areas where you typically wouldn't want water. It does not take long for large areas across multiple rooms to become saturated. In cases such as this, it is imperative to extract the water and begin the drying process as quickly as possible.

Flooded Basements

Finding unexpected water in your basement can be extremely stressful. It can rapidly cause damage to the structure of your home...but, it can also have unexpected effects on any equipment in the affected area, as well.

Sealing the Room

During the process of drying an affected area after a water loss, we will often seal off a room for a number of reasons. It not only means the rest of the building is more-or-less usable, but it ensures "unauthorized personnel" stay out of the affected area. Most importantly, it helps create the best possible drying environment, speeding up the entire process.

Frozen Pipes Lead to Major Flooding in Bucksport

This Bucksport-area church suffered a major water loss over the winter when pipes related to the heating system froze - and subsequently burst. Water ran throughout the building for a number of days, causing extensive damage. Fortunately, our crew was able to extract the water and dry out the building!

Indoor Icicles

This was the aftermath of a water damage in the middle of a particularly cold winter. Despite the unbelievable amount of ice built up within the building, we were able to quickly thaw the ice and remove the water.