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Archived Water Damage Before & After Photos

Water Damage on Hardwood Floors Winston Salem NC

In this situation a toilet backflowed into the bathroom and also spread contaminated water into an adjoining bed room. For sanitary and health reasons affected ... READ MORE

Water Damage

An outside water spigot froze and water intruded into this half wall of this Winston Salem NC home. Mold formed inside the wall and the water was feeding it. Th... READ MORE

Water Damage Restoration in Kitchen

This home in Winston Salem NC had water leaking from upstairs. The fresh water supply to a toilet had failed. The water ran for so long it began to peel the pa... READ MORE

Water Damage Restoration

These beautiful wood floors in a home in Winston Salem NC were damaged by the fresh water supply failing from an upstairs toilet. Water saturated the guest bedr... READ MORE

Water Damage Restoration

This home in Winston Salem NC has tray ceilings. The fresh water supply from an upstairs toilet saturated the guest bedroom upstairs and dining room ceiling. Wa... READ MORE

Wood Floor Water Damage

Water can be deadly to hardwood floors. if left unchecked water will cause a condition known as "cupping". Under the meter wire you can see in the before pictur... READ MORE

Water Damage Residential

This is a wide view of what the kitchen looked like before and after restoration. "Like it never even happened" and better.

Water Damage Residential

Home owner had a reverse osmosis malfunction in the kitchen sink, but was not fully aware of the damage until an AC repairman had noticed insulation sagging in ... READ MORE

Wood floor cupping

When water sits on and or under a engineered wood floors for extended periods of time the planks absorb water and a condition known as cupping can occur. In the... READ MORE

Water follows the path of least resistance

Water follows the path of least resistance. Now that may be obvious when viewing a staircase and the water would certainly flow that way but have you considered... READ MORE