Water Damage Photo Gallery

Broken Pipe in Ceiling

Broken Pipe in Ceiling

The summer heat is upon us and we are starting to crank up our air conditioners to keep cool. A small leak from the air conditioner can turn into a big mess. SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield responded and successfully cleaned up the mess and dried out the structure.

Call SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield at 661-326-8422 for emergency water damage service.

Saving the Day

Saving the Day

SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield was called out to a local radio station that had water damage due to a neighboring business that had a toilet leak. SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield responded on a Sunday afternoon and extracted the standing water. The radio station didn't miss a second of on air time.

Call SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield 24/7 for emergency response. 661-326-8422

Damage to Laminate Flooring

Damage to Laminate Flooring

This Bakersfield home had a supply line under the kitchen sink break and flood most of the home. SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield responded and extracted the standing water. Unfortunately, the laminate flooring had started to buckle and it had to be removed. SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield was able to dry out the structure and get the homeowners on the road to getting their home repaired.

Call SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield at 661-326-8422 for any water damage help.

Pipe Leak

Pipe Leak

A busted pipe in a ceiling caused some significant flooding in a home in Bakersfield. SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield responded and cleaned up the wet debris from the collapsed ceiling and was able to dry out the room.

Call SERVPRO of SW Bakersfield at 661-326-8422 with any water damage mitigation needs.

Cabinetry Saved

Cabinetry Saved

SERVPRO responded to an emergency situation where an entire home was affected by a washing machine overflow. The insured was very concerned about saving her kitchen cabinets and SERVPRO was able to properly dry her cabinets and they were SAVED.

Water Damage – Bakersfield Home

Water Damage – Bakersfield Home

Water damage to this Bakersfield home was the result of the water supply line to the kitchen sink bursting. There was enough water deposited to ruin the carpet padding and soak the subfloor. We removed the carpeting to our warehouse for drying and restoration. The padding was disposed of, and the subfloor was dried with air movers and dehumidifiers.