No shower curtain could keep water from leaking into the bathroom. Finally after 10 years of water damage, they installed a shower splash guard. Problem now solved.
Entries Tagged as 'Water Damage'
December 13th, 2016 · 2 Comments
October 8th, 2016 · 1 Comment
The shower pan doesn’t look very waterproof. The shower curtain wasn’t big enough to keep water in. Lots of problems here.
Check out the wall by the sink. What happened?
March 6th, 2016 · No Comments
The ceiling came crashing down in this Chicago Heights, Illinois home.
The wall was damaged too.
What a mess.
Thank you to our reader for sending these photos.
December 13th, 2015 · 3 Comments
This concludes the series of photos from a Grove City, Pennsylvania home, provided to us from an anonymous reader. We looked at the ceilings and the walls. Today we look at some of the rooms of the house. But first a look at the stairs leading to the basement.
The flooring in the bathroom looks terrific.
Another fixer-upper bathroom.
And another bathroom. Must be a real treat for the neighbors to see you so clearly.
Step into the parlor.
Free TV included with purchase.
Waiting to be renovated.
Someone please restore this house.
November 29th, 2015 · 2 Comments
This is our first post in a series of photos from a Grove City, Pennsylvania home, provided to us from an anonymous reader. We’ll look up at the home’s ceilings today.
Peeling paint everywhere.
The same room.
No, really. What happened?
It’s one thing to have a small water leak, but when you let it continue over time it will create major damage. And it appears that there were leaks all over the house.
This didn’t happen overnight. It’s years of neglect.
November 3rd, 2015 · 3 Comments
Wickenburg, Arizona saw its share of heavy rainstorms this summer, including flooding in some areas. Look how high the water rose in this house!
A muddy river flowed through this house.
About an inch deep of mud.
The sellers wasted no time in listing this house for sale. The mud is still wet.
The good news is that someone bought the house in this condition.
The house will surely be renovated completely.
Let’s hope steps are taken to the property to prevent future flooding.
The water level was really high in the hallway.
October 18th, 2015 · 4 Comments
Flooded basement in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The seller didn’t bother removing the water before selling!
Look at the water line!
The water soaked into the wood paneling.
Mold & mildew?
September 25th, 2015 · 4 Comments
Unsafe fan with no protective cover.
This house was purchased in 2004 for $95,000.
They refinanced in October 2006 with a new $126,000 loan.
They refinanced again in June 2007 for $174,000.
Money was not spent on home improvements.
And now they’re selling it as a short sale.
August 23rd, 2015 · 2 Comments
This is the 2nd story of a Camden, New Jersey home. What happened on the roof to cause so much water damage?
And damage to the room below. Wow.
August 17th, 2015 · No Comments
Got a gaping hole in your ceiling? Use a Priority Mail box to cover it up. Buyers won’t notice.