Storm Damage Photo Gallery

 House with piles of full, black trash bags laying in the yard in front. Other houses around have work trucks & blue tarping

Hurricane Laura Damage

It's one thing seeing the damage that major storms cause on the news, but it's another to see it in real life. This is just one of the many photos our crews took while working in Lake Charles, Louisiana. #HurricaneLaura 

Basement Flood During Storms

In Kentucky the weather is unpredictable. This local basement flooded during a heavy downpour that resulted in flash flooding. SERVPRO was on the scene to aid in drying this basement to ensure mold would not develop. 

Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey destroyed the side of this building. SERVPRO traveled all the way from Kentucky to offer aid and support to those in need. 

Play Room Flooding

Heavy rains and wicked storms caused flooding to this children's playroom. Luckily SERVPRO was their knight in shining armor and we were able to make it as good as new. 

Meeting Special People

When storms hit, we can scale our resources to handle a large storm or flooding disaster. We pick up and leave to help those in need and meet some special people along the way. This little girl set up on her street and was so eager to sell drinks. It makes you realize that people do come together when needed.

Storm in Chiacgo

This house in Chicago sustained substantial water damage during the recent flooding. Our team traveled 4 hours and spent 10 days helping flood victims get their properties cleaned up. Just one way that SERVPRO goes above and beyond to help make it "Like it never even happened."

Texas Relief Prep

With all the devastation happening in Texas, it laid heavy on our hearts like many others that we needed to go help. We assembled a team a they are on their way to provide relief. 

Preparing for Storm

We take great pride in our local community, but we are just as happy to provide our services around the country. Here, we are getting our trucks ready to head to Illinois to provide our services to the communities effected by storm damage.