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Fire Damage In Orange

We received a call from a pizza restaurant in Orange regarding fire damage emergency. Our experts arrived quickly to assess the damage. After we assessed the da... READ MORE

New Haven Flooded Hallway in an Office Suite

The amount of water that can soak a glued-down commercial grade carpet in a New Haven suite is done in minutes after a water line burst. Fortunately, the office... READ MORE

Mount Carmel Water Damaged Bathroom

Interior plumbing gave way and soaked sections of the walls in this Mount Carmel bathroom. This room is often the recipient of water damage. SERVPRO can work to... READ MORE

Storm Damage – Hamden Home

Storm damage developed at this Hamden home when high winds carried by a severe thunderstorm battered the roof of the house until a section of the roof was torn ... READ MORE

Water Damage – New Haven Home

Water damage occurred at this New Haven home due to a main water supply line breaking open, leaving a solid stream of water pouring to the ceiling below it. Wat... READ MORE

Mount Carmel Ceiling and Water Damage

The copper plumbing with soldered fixtures is often the culprit behind water leaks in Mount Carmel homes. Often, modern homes are plumbed using PEX flexible wat... READ MORE

Commercial Water Damage Restoration In Hamden

SERVPRO of New Haven is your best option when it comes to commercial water damage repair and restoration in Hamden. Our crew of water damage specialists is avai... READ MORE

New Haven Flood Damage

The lower level of a structure in New Haven can develop problems after being soaked with groundwater from a storm. If the water is allowed to soak into the floo... READ MORE

Water Damage – New Haven Home

Water damage hit this New Haven home when a small leak developed in the roof. As the leak continued water accumulated above the interior ceiling as pictured in ... READ MORE

Flood Cleanup in New Haven Requires a Rapid Response to Mitigate Water Damage

Standing Water Never Stands Still The phrase "standing water" is a misnomer, as water never stands still in a building. It continuously migrates through and aro... READ MORE