Water Damage Photo Gallery

A toilet is shown in a home.

Black Water Contamination in Twin Falls?

Do you know that SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties is trained and certified to remediate dangerous sewer backups? To learn about the three kinds of contaminated water classifications, read our latest blog here. 

A bathroom with a toilet is shown.

Sewer Backup in Roseworth?

Do you know that there are three categories for contaminated water? SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties responds to sewer backups and toilet overflow emergencies 24-hours a day. To learn about types of water contamination, read our latest blog here. 

A person is getting ice from an ice dispenser on a refrigerator door.

Refrigerator Flood in Twin Falls Home?

When you have a water damage emergency, you’ll need to act fast to minimize the damage. Even water left standing for one hour can cause damage to drywall and furniture. SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties mitigates water damage 24-hours a day. To learn more about how water damage escalates over time, read our latest blog here. 

A toilet flushing is shown.

Toilet Overflow in Twin Falls?

Water damage claims from toilets range from $2000 to $10,000 per incident.  SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties are trusted leaders in water damage restoration. Call us today at 208-735-1447. To learn more, read our latest blog here. 

A rag is draped over a water basin underneath a leaking pipe.

Hidden Water Damage in Jerome?

We respond to water damage emergencies 24-hours a day in Jerome County. SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties is Here to Help when damage strikes, learn more by reading our recent water blog here

Water Damage Restoration In Kimberly

Don’t let a water damage incident ruin your home in Kimberly, call the professionals at SERVPRO of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties! Our experts are trained in water damage restoration, upholstery & fabric cleaning, applied structural drying, and odor control. We have the experience, state-of-the-art equipment, and advanced training to restore your home to pre-damage condition.

When a Water Loss Looks Small in Jerome

The peeling paint from this ceiling in a Jerome home can mean big trouble in the attic. Water damage can affect insulation, trusses, and stored belongings in the handy attic crawlspace. With the added moisture, an invitation for mold problems arise. What to do? Call SERVPRO for cleanup and restoration.

Water Damage In Jerome

When water damage plagues your Jerome home you need to contact our crew of experts. We are standing by 24/7 to respond to your emergency. SERVPRO of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties has the experience, state-of-the-art equipment, and training to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Water Damage in Twin Falls, ID

Our crew just arrived in a van from our SERVPRO Green Fleet. This minor water damage in Twin Falls, ID home was soon taken care of with courtesy and professionalism. We proudly serve our neighboring communities with the best possible service.

Certificate of Satisfaction

This is a copy of the Certificate of Satisfaction we received when we were finished with the project.

As you can see the customer was quiet happy with the service she received. (Her personal information has been concealed due to the privacy act.)

Incase you can't read it the comment says "David and Luke were awesome. SERVPRO knew and followed all the Insurance guidelines.

She was impressed with the quality of serve she received and was impress with the Honesty and Integrity of SERVPRO.

Another Satisfied customer. 

Water loss in Twin Falls, ID

SERVPRO of Twin Falls believes in a restore vs replace mentality. We use all available approaches to restoring your home in water damage situations. Our goal is to dry your structure "in place" and leave as minimal of a footprint as possible!

Hardwood Floors- Not an issue

SERVPRO of Twin Falls is dedicated to respond to your emergency need with the most advanced technology available. With our Inject-Dri Floor drying system, we are able to restore water damage to hardwood floors and make it "Like it never even happened."