Storm Damage Photo Gallery

A dark basement with mold growth on the walls.

Wet Basement in West Union, IA

High humidity and water damage will promote mold growth if not dealt with immediately or appropriately. Our team wore protective equipment as they worked hard to remediate mold and mitigate water damage.

Mint colored dry-wall with a flood cut.

Water loss in Postville, IA.

After a water loss in a home, our crew was called in to inspect the water damage. To the eyes, it didn't seem to look like significant damage but the moisture meter read that the drywall and flooring was still significantly wet. Our team cut 12' 2" of drywall in this living room to prevent mold growth and for faster drying.

Water Glistens on Cement Flooring in a large unfinished basement.

Water Glisten on Cement Floors

If you see a collection of water on several areas of your flooring, use a towel or rag to soak up as much water as you can. We recommended checking up on your unfinished basement weekly and especially when it rains. If water continues to seep inside your basement, mold may become an issue.

Large floor pit with a sump pump in it.

Cause of Loss- Sump Pump

It is not uncommon to receive a water damage loss because of a sump pump failure. Sump pumps are usually installed inside floor pits to help pump out the water once it's filled a certain point. In a heavy rainstorm, the water coming in towards the floor pit may be more than the intake of the pump so therefore, it floods inside your home. We can help extract water and dry your home.