Water Damage Photo Gallery

Sub-Pump Failure in Morganville, NJ

During March of 2018 we encountered some bad weather.  The loss you see here was caused by the sub-pump failing.  Once the homeowner realized she had this issue she called us.  The call was dispatched to our on call technician and SERVPRO of Marlboro/Tinton Falls dispatched to the loss within and hour.  

Toilet Overflow in Belmar, NJ

This loss was caused by a toilet over flow of the upstairs bathroom.  The damage was contained to the downstairs foyer and the upstairs bathroom.  We cut out the damaged drywall, sprayed antimicrobial and set up drying equipment.  

Hot Water Heater Damage to a Basement in Spring Lake Heights, NJ

The homeowners of this loss came home from a long weekend away to their hot water failing and flooding the basement.  Coming home to this was socking to them and they didn't know what to do next but their friends suggested calling SERVPRO of Marlboro/Tinton Falls because they had used us on a fire they had.  

Dishwasher leak in Neptune, NJ

Dishwasher water leak in Neptune, NJ.  The dishwasher leaked causing damage to the hardwood floors.  SERVPRO of Marlboro/Tinton Falls saved the flooring by bringing in floor drying mats and saving the homeowner and insurance money. 

Toilet Overflow in Ocean, NJ

Overflow of a toilet caused this loss in Ocean, NJ.  The ceiling, carpets, walls and hardwood floors were affected.  We performed the entire job including the rebuild.  The customers said they were very happy with our services. 

Water Loss in Shrewsbury, NJ

Town house water loss in Shrewsbury, NJ.  The loss on this property was caused by a broken kitchen pipe that was undetected till the owners came home from work.  SERVPRO of Marlboro/Tinton Falls performed the drying out on this home. 

Water Damage in Belmar, NJ

Water damage accruing in Belmar, NJ caused by the a/c unit froze and once it thawed the line burst.  SERVPRO of Marlboro/Tinton Falls was called in for the water clean-up and set up drying equipment.  We extracted water from the carpet and removed the padding, moved contents, removed drywall and set-up drying equipment to dry out the structure.  The contractors insurance paid for the damages.