Roof Drain Water Damage
Water damage is not an easy process to navigate and can be intrusive. Here you can see this Santa Cruz County home suffered from a roof drain leak which caused the drywall of the ceiling to completely collapse in the second story Master Bedroom. Damages not only affected the ceiling, but also affected the carpeted flooring. Our SERVPRO team first contains the affected environment so that our technicians can carefully remove the ceiling’s damaged drywall to expose the wall cavities and initiate the structure’s drying process. They also removed the severely damaged carpeting, exposing the subfloor. Porous materials affected by water damages are often deemed a loss and need to be removed per IICRC Industry Standards.