Water Damage Photo Gallery

A photo of a white living room ceiling with a gaping hole and other cracks with streams of water coming out onto the floor.

Know where the water shut offs are in your home!

Water damage like this one pictured comes from either a malfunctioning appliance in the rooms above OR from a burst pipe in the ceiling. One of the best tips we can give for limiting Water Damage in your home: Do you know where the water shut off valve is located in your home or property? Stopping or limiting the water ASAP is the single most important way to reduce the amount of damage.

A completely solid, frozen waterfall of water coming out of the ceiling pipe touching the floor in a garage.

Burst pipes can cause significant damage in your Kingston home!

Typical Hudson Valley winter weather with some frigid temps in January and February. Have you thought about the pipes in your home freezing? Frozen pipes can cause significant damage, take a look as to how to avoid them with these helpful tips for any home or business in Ulster County.

A lifted and buckled hardwood floor

Wood Floors -0, Leaking Water- 1

Water vs. wood floors: a hate/hate relationship-

This water damage in an adjacent bath had gone unnoticed for days (this home is vacant). This type of buckling and warping can happen in as little as 48 hours after water damage occurs.

Quick moral of the story here: If you have ANY kind of water damage in your home or business, get it taken care of by professionals ASAP or be prepared for more damages and more expensive repairs (think structural problems and mold growth)!

A white bedroom ceiling bulging and breaking from water damage

That sneaky roof leak in your New Paltz home.....

Often, you don't know you have a leak in your roof until secondary damages happen. This bedroom ceiling was trying to hold back water damage from the roof leaking but didn't have much strength left!

Give us a call whenever you start to see bubbling, bowing, staining or holes from damage. We'll make it Like it never even happened.

The weight of water at this Saugerties home

It might not seem so, but the sheer weight of water can take down almost anything. This family room ceiling collapsed after a dishwasher supply line burst in the kitchen above.

SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz removed the damaged ceiling, removed carpeting, dried out the floors and applied special anti-microbial technology to help avoid mold growth.

Water mixing with insulation makes for Category 2 water contaminant

This crawl space had plenty of standing water in it from a burst water supply line in the sub-floor above it. The water seeped through insulation as well, making this a Category 2 contaminant loss. SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz cleaned and dried out the crawl space in a short period of time and the owner was never happier.

Hard wood floors buckling, cupping, uneven or raised when they recently were flat and smooth?

You could have an unforeseen water damage problem that has caused the porous wood to absorb water and expand however they can and in whatever direction they can shift. 

If you're seeing this in your wood floors, it's best to try to locate the source of the water first and have that remedied. Otherwise, secondary or similar damage is the name of this game.

SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz has the knowledge, extensive experience and trained technicians to mitigate the damage of your floors, better than new and "Like it never even happened."

Frozen pipes equals big water damage in this Kingston property

The Hudson Valley had been dealing with some frigid temps this winter which resulted in a large number of businesses and residences experiencing burst pipes, standing water, sheetrock coming down and soaked contents! SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz has the expertise and equipment ready to help make the damage "Like it never even happened."

Call us 24/7 no matter the damage, we're the restoration experts and are faster to any size disaster, 845-255-4334.

Ice damming needs to be remedied quickly!

After ice damming struck this Inn in Ulster County, SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz was on-site to mitigate the water damage & restore it back to preloss condition. After exhausting all other options, we decided that the hardwood flooring was non-salvageable and needed to be replaced. The water had sat too long on these floors before SERVPRO arrived. The buckled floors were beyond repair after 2 days of attempted drying. We also needed to remove drywall and insulation to help dry the structure thoroughly. 

Don't underestimate the weight of water!

Water damage caused this ceiling to cave in at this New Paltz, NY home.

After a broken pipe burst above this bathroom ceiling, the sheetrock became so saturated that it fell through. Luckily no one was hurt! SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz was able to put this home back together in a matter of 5 days! 

Pipe leaking sewage into crawl space in Poughquag home

Small amounts of sewage had leaked from this broken pipe in the crawl space. Repairs to made to the pipe and we took over the rest by removing all sludge, sewage and standing water, installed dehumidifiers, cleaned with antimicrobial products, "like it never even happened."

Water backup in bathroom in Wallkill

This tile floor had to be jackhammered to expose the cause of the problem which resulted in water damage to a lower level bathroom, laundry room family room and basement. All areas were remediated, the bathroom and laundry were reconstructed and the owner was completely satisfied with her house being back to normal!

Ceiling Cave In from Water Damage

Water damage caused this ceiling to cave in at this New Paltz, NY home.

After a broken pipe burst above this bathroom ceiling, the sheetrock became so saturated that it fell through. Luckily no one was hurt! SERVPRO of Kingston/New Paltz was able to put this home back together in a matter of 5 days! 


Water Damage from Toilet

Water damage from a broken toilet line in Kingston, NY caused some serious basement issues. 

After a toilet line broke in a home in Kingston, NY, SERVPRO arrived to find 3 inches of water standing on the carpet. After extraction was completed, airmovers (large fans) and dehumidifiers were placed in the space in an attempt to salvage the structural items such as the carpeting.