Water Damage Photo Gallery

Collapsed Ceiling

SERVPRO of DeRidder, Leesville & Vinton responded to a water damage call in Winnsboro, LA. The roof leak caused the den ceiling to collapse, and we were able to complete a tear out.

Water Heater in Many, LA

Our crew helped out with a water heater leak in Many, LA --affecting 3 rooms. Pictured here is an after photo of the laundry room with our SERVPRO drying equipment.

Toilet Overlow in Iowa, LA

Our crew responded to a toilet overflow in Iowa. The overflow affected both the master bedroom and bathroom. We were able to remove the affected flooring and set up the drying equipment.

Dishwasher Leak in DeRidder

An issue with the dishwasher caused a leak in the kitchen of this home. The baseboards and flooring were removed, and the drying equipment was set up (as seen in the photo above).

Laundry Room in DeRidder

Here is a picture of an ongoing tear out in DeRidder, LA. Our customer experienced a pipe burst which resulted in a ceiling leak. Once the tear out is completed, the drying equipment will be set up.

Attic Leak in Jennings, LA

A leak, coming from the attic, seeped through the main ceiling. Our crew removed the ceiling tile, and set up our equipment to start the drying process. The customer was very happy at how smooth the process went.

Laundry Room

A kitchen pipe leak resulted in minor water damage in the kitchen, laundry room, and closet. Baseboards were removed from the laundry room and equipment was set up for the drying process.

Truck and Generator

Our team responded to a water damage call in Leesville, LA. There was a pipe leak that flooded the entire first floor. Our SERVPRO truck is pictured above with our generator. 


Here's our Floodpumper at work. We use this tool to extract the water before a carpet removal. In the home pictured above, the customer experienced a leak originating from the second floor.

Box Truck

This is our box truck which contains the flood pump. This vehicle is the first to respond to a water loss so that the water can be extracted from the site. It also contains enough space in the back of it for all of the equipment needed to dry out the affected areas of the loss site.