Storm Damage Photo Gallery

flood cut on drywall and equipment set

What Is A Flood Cut?

A flood cut is when we cut out part of the drywall where there was damage after flooding.The cut is made 12-18 inches above where the flood damage stopped. In most cases, only a 2 foot flood cut is needed. Our highly trained technicians perform a flood cut to ensure that all of the unsanitary water is out of your home and address any moisture issues behind the wall.

roof tarp on roof

Storms Can Cause Damage To Your Roof

Storms with heavy winds can blow off roof shingles leaving you and your home susceptible for water leaks that can lead to mold damage. Our SERVPRO Team is able to give a temporary fix to your roof until new shingles can be placed. 

Flooded Basement

This basement was flooded when a strong storm came through in late August 2017. The homeowner made the right call by contacting SERVPRO immediately for clean up, drying, and restoration.

Roof Damage From Storm

This photo shows a roof that has been damaged due to a storm that did significant damage. With water leaking into the home, a lot of the family's possessions were not salvageable.

Storm Flooding in Pickerington

When record rain fell in Pickerington, Ohio, the main creek overflowed right into homes, businesses, and roads. SERVPRO of Fairfield County along with SERVPRO's storm teams were able to quickly restore these structures "Like it never even happened."

Storm Flooding in Pickerington

When record rain fell in Pickerington, Ohio, the main creek overflowed right into homes, businesses, and roads. SERVPRO of Fairfield County along with SERVPRO's storm teams were able to quickly restore these structures "Like it never even happened."

Storm Flooding in Pickerington

When record rain fell in Pickerington, Ohio, the main creek overflowed right into homes, businesses, and roads. SERVPRO of Fairfield County along with SERVPRO's storm teams were able to quickly restore these structures "Like it never even happened."

Does Your Family Have an Emergency Plan?

This photo may be a little extreme but, it does illustrate what can happen to any of us. Are you ready if something disastrous happens to your family? Take the time to develop a plan for your family today.