Water Damage Photo Gallery

Wet Floors

Local Water Damage

This is just one shot of the damage after a pipe bursting in a local home here in Greenwood, SC. All the floors through out this home was drenched. Our SERVPRO team came in and cleaned it all up for them.

drawers full of water

Bathroom Flood

This bathroom had a massive amount of flooding, as you can see the vanity drawers full of water. SERVPRO of Greenwood, Abbeville & McCormick Counties was quick to respond and cleanup. If you have any questions about our flood cleanup services, feel free to reach out to us at 864-229-6610!

black case with wires and yellow meter

Moisture Meter

This is a moisture meter that are used to measure the percentage of water in a given substance. It lets us know if the hardwood floors are still wet or dry. 

water coming out of pipe

Pipe Leak leads to Water Damage

We know that even though property damage may be everyday life to us, it is not for you. So we walk with you step, by step. Answering all your questions and addressing any concerns you may have along the way. SERVPRO of Greenwood, Abbeville & McCormick Counties.

Equipment

Peak at our Equipment

This is a picture of just some of the equipment we use on a daily basis. The items featured here help in many aspects of water damaged homes in the Greenwood, Abbeville & McCormick Counties.

Standing water in a Kitchen

Flooded Kitchen in Greenwood County

This was just one of the few areas in this home in Greenwood County that was affected by a water main leak that caused this entire home to flood. Our SERVPRO team is trained to tackle jobs like these. The homeowners were astonished to see the outcome after getting everything cleaned up for them.

Standing water in a Hallway

Assisted Living Home Flooding

This flood occurred from a plumbing malfunction at a local assisted living home. The water was soaked into the carpet, and even had visible water standing on top of the floor. We were able to arrive on the scene that day and used several of our top-of-the-line industrial fans to dry the water up.