Water Damage Photo Gallery

Fort Collins Water and Drying

Fort Collins Water and Drying

Plumbing leaks meant the removal of the flooring in this Fort Collins home. The pictured air movers partner with the dehumidifier to extract excess moisture from the sheathing. SERVPRO technicians understand the strategic placement of these devices expedites the drying process.

Fort Collins Water Damage to Carpets

Fort Collins Water Damage to Carpets

The water stains on a carpet like the one shown here in a Fort Collins home can be cleaned by SERVPRO. The wetted carpeting can be dried, and special cleaning products can restore the fibers to a preloss condition.

Water Damage – Fort Collins Commercial Building

Water Damage – Fort Collins Commercial Building

Water damage at large commercial sites in Fort Collins requires ample resources to mitigate. This photo shows the extent of equipment SERVPRO is able to dedicate to a commercial project.

Water Damage – Fort Collins Home

Water Damage – Fort Collins Home

Water damage at this Fort Collins Home was due to a roof leak. SERVPRO of Fort Collins was asked to respond to this event in the middle of the night. And, of course, we did.

Flood Damage to Loveland Public Library

Flood Damage to Loveland Public Library

Flood damage to the Loveland Library required rapid response time and immediate water damage repair. We were challenged to limit the absorption of moisture into the documents at the facility. SERVPRO has faced these conditions previously, and we were able to leap into action when called. Disaster was averted. Documents were saved, dollars were saved, and the work of the library resumed. If what is required is a record rapid response to water or flood damage, call SERVPRO of Fort Collins 24/7 at (970) 493-9665.

Water Front New York - Commercial Large Loss Water Damage Project

Water Front New York - Commercial Large Loss Water Damage Project

SERVPRO of Fort Collins, Disaster Recovery Team Department performed a commercial large loss water damage restoration project for Water Front New York in Manhattan, NY following Hurricane Sandy. Roughly 120,000sf of the building was flooded from the Hudson River overflowing across the street.