Water Damage Photo Gallery

Damaged wood flooring.

Water Leak Ruins Flooring in Canton Home

The floors in this Canton took the biggest hit after a water leak occurred. Due to the nature of the flooring, moisture was quickly absorbed into the flooring, causing them to buckle and warp out of place. When this occurs, the damage can be difficult to repair without reinstalling new flooring.

Whatever the extent of the damage is, you can count on our SERVPRO of Cherokee County team to be there to help!

Team member performing a weighted water extraction.

Water Removal Needs To Happen Quickly After The Loss

Removing the remaining water left on your commercial property in Cherokee County after a loss is crucial, and it needs to happen quickly in order to prevent further damage. Call our SERVPRO team today for all your water damage cleanup and restoration needs!

Thermal camera.

Advanced Technology Assist Mitigation Efforts

Our SERVPRO of Cherokee County team uses advanced technology and equipment when mitigating your home or business in Canton, GA. Our thermal cameras allow us to locate and hidden moisture on your property after a leak.

servpro equipment outside

We Are The Trusted Leader in Commercial Restoration

SERVPRO of Cherokee County is your trusted leader in commercial mitigation and restoration. We know every hour spent cleaning up after a disaster is an hour of lost revenue. Our trusted team is here to help 24/7, 365. Give us a call at (770) 924-3848!

servpro trucks in commercial building

Geared Up and Ready To Roll

We're all geared up and ready to roll! If your home or business is experiencing water, mold, or fire damage, call SERVPRO of Cherokee County today and speak to our highly-trained staff about your next steps! We are here to help 24/7, 365. Call us at (770) 924-3848!

Water damage due to a roof leak

Roof Leak in Woodstock

SERVPRO of Cherokee County is locally owned and operated, so we are part of the Woodstock community too. When you have a flooding or water emergency, we’re already nearby and ready to help. As water damage specialists, we have the experience, expertise, and advanced training that enables us to get your property dried quickly and thoroughly.

Plastic and tape containment on a job site in Woodstock, GA

Containment In Place

This containment barrier was put in place after a water loss in order to prevent contaminants from migrating into uncontaminated portions of the structure. If you have a water loss in your Woodstock home or business, call us!

Cleaning Up Water Loss

As you can see from this image, while our team was cleaning up and repairing this structure after a water loss, it was necessary to perform flood cuts in order to be able to remove damaged material.

Water and Mold

This home had a large water loss that left moisture behind and caused this mold to grow. Our team brought in fans, air scrubbers, and dehumidifiers to remove the moisture and were able to also remove the mold and repair the damage.

Wet floors in a livingroom.

Water in Living Room

A large water loss due to a broken pipe caused this home to flood, leaving the water you see in this picture standing in the living room. We removed all the water and restored the home.

Standing water on carpets.

Drenched Carpet

This facility had a large water loss that caused the water you see on this carpet to pool. We removed the water and repaired the damage. If your home or business experiences a water loss, call us!

Large Water Loss

The walls and floors in this facility were heavily damaged when it experienced a large water loss due to a broken pipe. Our team removed all the water, then began the demolition and restoration process.

Canton Water Damage

The water was suctioned out of this hallway in Canton before. The carpet was discarded, and air movers and dehumidifiers were placed to complete the removal of water and moisture. Once the drying is documented, then the restoration of the home can begin.

water damage in office

Water Damaged Carpet

We Have the Equipment

This Waleska dental office suffered a very damp carpet from a leak in the restroom. Any size disaster can be considered water damage

Our technician at SERVPRO used a wet-vac to suction out the water from the fibers of the carpeting. He then placed several dehumidifiers to expedite the drying process.