Water Damage Photo Gallery

dehumidifier in use

Top of the Line!

When it comes to drying equipment, we have the newest generation of fans and commercial dehumidifiers.

These new dehumidifiers can cover a wider area and pull more moisture out of the air, getting your home or business back to normal faster than ever!

stanley church cave in

Disaster at a Stanley Church

Just before Christmas, we at SERVPRO of Minot received a call from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Stanley, ND. Above the Church’s indoor basketball court, a sprinkler pipe had burst cascading hundreds of thousands of gallons of water down on the church. This water spread throughout the entire building and leaking out into the parking lot and nearby streets before being discovered.

flooded office

Keep the Office Dry!

Although office spaces have minimal risk to water damage, it can happen. Here is a perfect incident where multiple office rooms were flooded and had to be dried out and restored.

wetness detection

Advanced Equipment

Sometimes it is hard to tell if a floor is still wet after water damage occurs. This is why we take the guess work out and make sure to use advanced equipment when determining the effected area.

bathroom before and after

"Like it never even happened."

We work hard to clean up the mess that is made after water damage strikes. Whether large or small, we have the tools and skills to get the job done right.

drying equipment in a kitchen

We Use Advanced Equipment

As we strive to be at the leading edge of technology, at SERVPRO of Minot, we use advanced equipment for mitigating damage.

SERVPRO of Minot understands the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your life and home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it "Like it never even happened."

Hotel and Casino flooded Dead Wood, SD

After emergency services were performed on this flooded hotel a 5000 CFM desiccant, 56KW generator and diesel tank were set up to start controlling atmospheric conditions along with Air movers were setup throughout the building to start the drying process.

Hotel and Casino flooded Dead Wood, SD

This was the aftermath of a 6" water main that broke which affected the entire main level of the of the hotel and casino which was approximately 30,000 square feet.  The entire level was flood cut and all flooring removed during emergency services.