The homeowner wanted us to remove the sink, cabinet, and toilet from the bathroom. Mold had grown on the cabinet doors from the excess moisture in the home.
The excess moisture in the house from the hot water heater bursting had allowed mold to grow on all sorts of surfaces, including on the walls, behind the toilet, and along the edge of the tub.
The moisture had damaged the flooring and debris left behind by the renters. It was saturated and mildewing.
Our team removed all of the items and carpet that had piled up in the room, but mold had grown on the walls and baseboards.
The hot water heater was stored in this closet with debris piled up around it. The items were saturated from the water and everything needed to go.
Our team removed all the debris and the hot water heater to find that mold had started to grow on the walls in this room as well.
Moisture has damaged just about everything in this house, including the walls, baseboards, and any furniture left behind.
With the dresser and carpet gone, we can see that mold has been growing on every organic material in the house, including the baseboards and dirt and mud, have sunk through the carpet.
No room in the house had gone undamaged from the hot water heater. The carpet in this room was damp and musty as well and needed to be removed.
When we took up the carpet, we found that the moisture had done some damage to the subfloor as well. The wood was moldy, damp, and warped.
The water heater in this rental home burst, causing water and moisture damage to the property. The owner was also cleaning out the house from the renters. They had us remove debris and furniture left behind by the renters as well as carpets damaged by the moisture.