Water Damage Photo Gallery

Check with your insurance agent about your sump pump coverage

This homeowner in Hendricks County had a sump pump failure which caused over 3 feet of water in their basement.  We brought in and set up 3 sump pumps to get rid of the water.  Their loss included removing drywall, baseboards and removing a subfloor in their closet to allow for better airflow.

Call SERVPRO of Morgan & Putnam Counties for all your needs at 317-834-6382.

Almost knee deep in water at this Greenwood, Indiana home

This homeowner in Greenwood, IN had a backup sump pump that quit working and created extensive damage throughout their basement.  The home had anywhere from 8-10 inches of water which required inspection of their HVAC and their water heater.  Carpet pad and baseboards were removed as well as drywall and insulation. 

Water loss in Mooresville, IN

This Mooresville resident suffered a water loss in their finished basement due to a flooded drain.  Once the water was extracted, the wet drywall was cut 2 foot up and removed.  Equipment was set to dry the property and return the homeowner to “Like it never even happened.”

Water loss in Mooresville, IN

This Mooresville homeowner’s sump pump wasn’t able to keep up with the rain.  The water damage was all in the finished basement.  We extracted the water and removed the carpet and pad.

Water loss in Greenwood, IN

This Greenwood resident had 2 inches of standing water in his finished basement. We extracted the water and removed the carpet and pad. We also removed baseboards and cabinets and cut drywall to access wet insulation and remove. 

Water loss in Indianapolis, IN

This water loss happened to a homeowner in Indianapolis, IN. Not only did the upstairs sink overflow, it saturated the flooring enough to penetrate through into the downstairs ceiling and rooms. We were able to get this homeowner back “Like it never even happened.”

Morgan County

Toilet Overflow?

Call us today at 317-834-6382

Our phones are answered 24/7

Let us make it "Like it never even happened"

Check us out on Facebook at SERVPROresponseteam