Storm Damage Photo Gallery

exposed subfloor after removal of water damaged floor planks, also trim removed

Thomson Storm Flooded Cleanup

When contaminated stormwater soaks into a portion of an engineered wood flooring and warps the planks, a removal and discard are needed. Thomson homeowners rely upon the skills of SERVPRO technicians to minimize the demolition, dry the area and spray an antimicrobial to protect the residents from pathogenic incidents. You can too!

sump pump pit with plumbing and the visible concrete pad and tx4 framing

Rainwater Damages a Basement in Thomson

The groundwater from the rainstorm entered the basement of this home in Thomson. The sump pump became clogged, and the water pooled on the concrete slab and soaked into the sheetrock walls. SERVPRO technicians can drain the water and then remove the non-salvageable building materials in preparation for the rebuilding of this area.

water covering wood flooring after a storm

Flood Damage In Augusta

When a flood wreaks havoc on your Augusta home, our specialists are here to help! Our storm damage specialists have the training and equipment needed to return your home to pre-damage condition. When a storm strikes, call the experts at SERVPRO of Augusta South / Burke & Wilkes Counties!

Storm Water, Thomson Cleanup

The carpeting and the soaked drywall have been removed in a "controlled demolition" which this Thomson property. Non-salvageable materials, once removed, allow for faster drying times and treatments of the exposed, previously wet areas. This room is now ready for a rebuild, which is the next step in full recovery of the home for our customers. Count on SERVPRO.

Ground Water Penetration in Grovetown

Poor drainage of stormwater away from the foundation of this structure in Grovetown resulted in penetration of some liquid through the exterior stucco into the mortar joints. SERVPRO understands that the hollow cells can retain moisture to increase the time needed to draw out the liquid slowly. Our crew can create a cowl-like barrier to help with the drying rate after we do a "flood cut" to remove the non-salvageable drywall material. Count on us to do it right.

Louisville Water Damaged Roof and Ceiling

When stormwater enters through a hole in the roof, water damage is often the result to a Louisville area home. SERVPRO techs can safely remove the hazardous hanging drywall, make sure that the hole is covered if possible, and then proceed to remove any water. Our equipment can then begin to restore normal moisture levels to the affected home.