Water Damage Photo Gallery

black drying mats, green air movers and plastic covers during drying service

Niagara Falls Water Damage Mitigation

This Photo displays how SERVPRO utilizes advanced drying equipment to salvage expensive wood flooring in a Niagara Falls home. Drying mats and plastic containment barriers are just several of the methods we can deploy to make our customers feel, "Like it never even happened."

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Water Damage In Lewiston

When it comes to your water damaged Lewiston property, timing is essential. Our fast response and state-of-the-art equipment will save your Lewiston property. We’re locally owned and operated. SERVPRO of North Niagara County is Faster to Any Size Disaster!

hole in corner of the ceiling and blistered paint

Newfane Water Leak in the Attic

The plumbing leaked in the attic crawlspace of this Newfane home and the water damage is shown in the Photo. SERVPRO can mitigate the damage by removing the damaged and blistered drywall material, dry out the void, and then repair the surfaces.

water leak caused damage to flooring

Water Damage Restoration In Niagara Falls

After a disaster in your Niagara Falls home, call the professionals at SERVPRO. Our water damage technicians as are ready 24/7 to respond to your call. SERVPRO of North Niagara County has the training, equipment, and experience to restore your home to pre-damage condition. We’re Faster to Any Size Disaster!

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Water Damage In Niagara Falls

Our skilled team was contacted by a homeowner in Niagara Falls regarding a water damage emergency. Our professionals responded quickly and examined the damage. Our technicians at SERVPRO of North Niagara County were able to restore this property to pre-damage condition. “Like it never even happened.”

blistered ceiling and hanging debris from water soaking

Roof Leak in Niagara Falls

Rainwater that infiltrates through a damaged roof can soak and damage a ceiling in Niagara Falls area homes. SERVPRO technicians can tarp the hole in the roof, assess the damage in the attic crawlspace, and begin a controlled demolition. Non-salvageable ceiling sheetrock must be removed as an important step in the cleanup and restoration process. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.