Recent Water Damage Before & After Photos

Water Damage in Arbutus

After a refrigerator line leak in a neighboring unit caused water damage in the office of the Greater Arbutus Business Association, they called us. Our crew mit... READ MORE

Water damaged hallway

After removing the water and drying the area, our construction team rebuilt the hallway.

Water Damage in Baltimore

Water damage at healthcare office.

Removal of Flooring

If the source of the water in a water damage is unsanitary or if the water has been sitting on the flooring for an extended amount of time it is sometimes neces... READ MORE

Drilling Holes VS. Removing Drywall

To minimize damage mitigation of a water damage should be started as soon as possible. Delaying the phone call for help usually only causes more issues. In this... READ MORE

Squishy Capet in Catonsville

Carpet padding holds water like a sponge. Once it gets wet it should be removed to allow the flooring underneath and the carpet above to dry. Allowing it to rem... READ MORE

Residential Water Damage in Owings Mills, MD

This water damage in a residential basement was caused by a sump pump malfunction which is a very frequent reason for many of our homeowners. Once the issue is... READ MORE

Sump Pump Failure in Halethrope, MD

This flooded basement in Halethrope, MD was the result of a sump pump failure. Not only did the basement flood with CAT 2 water but was covered in mud. The af... READ MORE

Commercial Building Water Damage

This commercial property in Arbutus, MD experienced a water damage due to a line back up that affected 12 areas. This large job used over 75 pieces of commerci... READ MORE

water damage during the local storm

crew had to fully demo several rooms in order to mitigate the water damage

Drying wood floors

This kitchen experienced water damage as a result of a dishwasher leak. The mitigation crew was onsite the same day and set up drying mats and other drying equ... READ MORE

CAT 3 sewage loss

This home experienced a CAT 3 sewage loss in the basement. Our crew members had to remove all flooring & walls 2 feet high.