Water Damage Photo Gallery

Destroyed Bathroom From Leaking Shower

This Lebanon home's bathrooms wall and floors were demolished to expose the breath of the infestation. The sub-floor to this bathroom was one step away from caving in. SERVPRO was called to remediate the damage to this bathroom.

Our Clients Think We Are The Best!

Our crew received a lovely thank you note from very pleased clients. They were impressed with our technician's professionalism, and the respect they were shown. It's our job to make sure that in this time of chaos we are there to guide you with all the information and answer all your questions. We appreciate our clients and consider you part of the SERVPRO of Wilson County family!

Mt Juliet Water Damage Restoration

The leak soaked the carpeting which was replaced in this Mt. Juliet bedroom to safeguard the laminated plywood sheathing from being degraded. SERVPRO heavy duty equipment is finishing up the drying process; the floor is ready for a new carpet.

Old Hickory Sump Pump Installation

Our SERVPRO technicians completed the featured dry zone service to this crawlspace in Old Hickory with the sump pump installation as depicted by the photo. The Crawlguard white liner and the black vapor barrier will prevent infiltration of moisture from the air and absorption from the soil. The sump pump is insurance of mitigating water damage from potential flood water intrusion by rapid removal via the PVC pipe to the exterior.

The Sump Pump Adds Peace of Mind to the Watertown Homeowner

Our SERVPRO customer from Watertown, regardless of the root of his town's name, wanted nothing to do with pooling water in his crawlspace. Especially after we just placed a Crawlguard vapor barrier on the block walls, columns, and the bare ground. The pictured sump pump can collect any future sudden flooding from natural or mechanical mishaps and convey the water to the outside via the PCP plumbing. Full protection and a satisfied and happy customer. Need help? Call SERVPRO of Wilson County.

Encapsulation for a Watertown Crawlspace

The optics demonstrate how a crawlspace encapsulation in a Watertown structure can establish a very effective vapor barrier. After our SERVPRO team removes any standing water and excess moisture, this setup is your answer to maintaining an almost moisture free under house area. It is now a large storage space.

Old Hickory Encapsulation Maintains a Dry Crawlspace

After SERVPRO technicians removed moisture from the piers and walls, encapsulation of this Old Hickory home's crawlspace helps prevent future humidity problems. The Crawlguard liner is an effective vapor barrier to reduce moisture penetration, especially from the soil. Contact SERVPRO of Wilson County to set up an installation for you.

Wilson County Crawlspace Cleanup

Muddy crawlspaces are common in many homes in the Old Hickory and Watertown areas of Wilson County. After our SERVPRO technicians extract the standing water, the on-going moisture problems must then be addressed. Professionally installed encapsulation is the permanent solution. Call us for help.

Hardwood Floor Water Damage in Old Hickory

A ruptured water line sprayed water over an area of this hardwood floor. The damage was compounded with the plywood underlay above the concrete pad. The Old Hickory water damaged court needed extensive drying for all three layers of wetted flooring. Heavy equipment, scientifically placed, expedites the drying and moisture removal.

Water Damage – Mount Juliet

Water damage in Mount Juliet residences or commercial facilities can’t always be seen with the naked eye. SERVPRO of Wilson County employs high-tech moisture detection devices that are able to provide moisture content readings in numerous types of building materials.

Powerful Air Movers Drying Out a Car

This vehicle is getting dried out due to an open sunroof. The owner's child played "lookout scout" but left it open when he went to the house for cookies and milk. A passing cloud gave the exterior and the interior a good washing. At the SERVPRO of Wilson County facility, we placed powerful air movers to provide rapid evaporation of the rainwater, popped the hood to help the drying process, and wiped down the cabin. We finished our "detailing" with a deodorizing spray. Never need to fret over water intrusion issues, just contact us at (615) 449-5000.

Water Damage Equipment at University of Memphis

Water Damage at this University of Memphis building occurred as a result of a burst water supply line. The subsequent restoration required the use of a considerable number of drying and dehumidification units. The Tennessee-based Disaster Recovery Group at SERVPRO of Wilson County was ready with the needed equipment and personnel to aid the University in their massive water damage repair operation. If you encounter any size disaster, call the experts at SERVPRO of Wilson County. Contact us 24/7 at (615) 449-5000.

Nashville Flood Damage Pack-up Before Restoration

If Nashville Flood damage strikes your home and you require extensive restoration or cleaning, SERVPRO of Wilson County can conduct an organized, efficient move-out of the affected area. Move-out will provide several benefits, including: a quicker remodeling process, protecting items from potential damage, protecting contents from further on-site damage. Water damage affects not only the structure of your house but also your belongings. SERVPRO understand that your home is more than a structure; your family’s furniture, clothing, keepsakes, and other belongings help transform a house into a home. Should a catastrophic storm strike your Nashville home, call (615) 449-5000 for help. Even in the face of a disaster, SERVPRO of Wilson County will strive to help make it "Like it never even happened."

Nashville Water Damage to Multiple Rooms of this Home

Nashville water damage was suffered in many rooms of this home when a washing machine water line burst. The homeowners called SERVPRO of Wilson County and they quickly responded. The damaged drywall and carpet were removed and equipment was brought in to safely and completely dry the areas. We are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week for your emergency at (615) 449-5000.