Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm Damage and Water Flooding Through Patio Doors

Storm Damage and Water Flooding Through Patio Doors

SERVPRO of Northwest Fort Worth was called to clean up flooding and dry the home. Heavy rains combined with a slightly clogged patio drain, and water flooded the patio and into the house. Drying the materials took just a few days, then the homeowner had her contractor make repairs and updates before the next storm moved into Texas.

Ruined Ceiling in Fort Worth, TX

Ruined Ceiling in Fort Worth, TX

High winds during a thunderstorm in Texas caused debris to break through the roof of this home. Rain water came in through the hole in the roof into the attic, and ruined the kitchen ceiling drywall. The roof was repaired, then our crew removed the non-restorable portion of the ceiling and used air movers and dehumidifiers to dry the remaining wet materials.

Hurricane Harvey took his toll in Houston, TX

Hurricane Harvey took his toll in Houston, TX

Hurricane Harvey caused billions of dollars in damages throughout Houston and surrounding suburbs in September 2017. Our crews quickly deployed to the area to help our fellow Texans. We tore out drywall and flooring. Dried the remaining materials and doused homes with antimicrobial to eliminate mold growth. Homes were ready for contractors to start the rebuilding process.

Residential Storm Damage

Residential Storm Damage

This home was struck by a tornado and suffered water damage throughout.  The high winds smashed through the windows, allowing the rain to come in damaging the furnishings and walls.  Our crews removed the damaged drywall, and furniture; and we continued to leave our blowers in place to remove all the residual moisture.    

Commercial Storm Damage

Commercial Storm Damage

Assisted living facility damaged by freezing weather on the Northeast Coast.  Our group travelled as part of a SERVPRO Storm Team to the Northeast.  In this photo, you can see the standing water present after a pipe burst because of the sub-zero temperatures.  This isn't something we have to face often in Texas, but happens frequently up North.  Pipes that burst are generally under pressure, and quickly flood the area they're in.  A large amount of water can be spilled before there's an opportunity to shut off the main and begin the repair process.

Residential Storm Damage

Residential Storm Damage

Cleanup in progress of residential storm damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.  In this example, our crews have removed water damaged debris.  The flooring and drywall have had to be removed as they were soaked for days.  We were able to save the framing and outside walls by drying out the home quickly and thoroughly once the excess water was removed.