Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Drying Equipment In Place

This home suffered damage due to a storm water intrusion. In this image, you can see some of the equipment we use placed in the home in order to help dry up any excess moisture.

Storm Damaged Room Causes Ceiling Failure

Severe storms damaged the room on this home and caused water to be able to enter through the attic. The insulation became saturated with water and caused part of the ceiling to collapse as you can see here.

Wet Insulation

A heavy rain storm dumped a lot of water on our area and caused some homes to flood. This home had a storm water intrusion that caused the insulation in this image to become saturated with water.

Finding The Water

Here you can see one our technicians performing a wet check to find moisture that you may not be able to see with your eyes alone. It is important after a storm water intrusion to make sure that you don't leave a moisture problem that can lead to bigger problems later.

Flood Cuts After Storm Damage

In this photo, you can see that we have performed flood cuts on this wall in order to remove the affected drywall and insulation after a heavy rain storm caused a flood water intrusion in this home.

Storm Damage – Lakewood Ranch Hotel

Flood damage at this Lakewood Ranch hotel location required emergency water cleanup. Several floors sustained water damage from flooding caused by a primary supply line failure. We deployed our water removal equipment to extract the majority of the water. Then, air movers and commercial desiccant dehumidifiers were used to help speed the drying process. If your business is faced with floodwater damage, call SERVPRO of East Manatee County at (941) 747-2333. We provide 24-hour emergency service.