Mold Remediation Photo Gallery

Hot Water Heaters and Mold Growth

Hot Water Heaters are often overlooked by homeowners.  Mold can grow behind around and underneath of the Hot Water Heaters. 

Monthly maintenance will help prevent this from happening.

Call SERVPRO of Sherman/Denison 903-893-7166 if you should have this happen at your property.

Mold Growth on Baseboards

Mold growth on these baseboards happened over a long period of time. 

Check your dripping/Leaking pipes as often as you can to help prevent this typ of mold growth to occur.

Call SERVPRO of Sherman/Denison at 903-893-7166 If you see this type of damage in your Home Or Office.

Mold Growth in Closet

SERVPRO of Sherman/Denison was dispatched to a store that had growth in the closet/storage area.

During further inspection it was discovered that an ongoing small leak had caused growth to form on the wall. SERVPRO of Sherman/Denison mitigated the growth cut out wet drywall and contained the issue.

Please contact SERVPRO of Sherman/Denison for your WATER DAMAGE inspection-909-893-1766

Leaking Water Heaters

Water Heaters with on going leaks can cause very serious mold growth problems.

Please make it a regular monthly maintenance habit of checking around and underneath the hot water heater for small leaks. 

Taking this small extra step could save you thousands of dollars in damage.

Contact SERVPRO of Sherman/Denison 903-893-7166 If you find water coming out of your water heater.

Mold Growth on Walls

SERVPRO was called out to address a water damage that the customer had thought was very recent. 

This picture shows the Growth that was present on the walls along the baseboards.

The Growth was treated by SERVPRO and the area of sheet rock was removed.

Please contact SERVPRO of Sherman/Dension 903-893-7166 for any water damage needs you might have.

When your Water Damage is not Addressed Promptly

This picture shows what can happen when you do not address a water leak promptly. SERVPRO of Plano can respond quickly to extract the water and to start the drying process.