Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm Loss in a Pleasant Hill Property

Stormy weather brought strong winds and rain into the living area of this Pleasant Hill's home. Fast cleanup of the hazardous hanging ceiling material followed by drying out the storm-damaged drywall is essential to mitigating losses. SERVPRO is Faster To Any Size Disaster.

Storm Demolition--Lilburn

Soaked drywall, and cabinets, when destroyed by stormwater infiltration, are in need of demolition. SERVPRO WRT crew members have the talent and equipment to assess the damage and can then take the best course of action for storm damage cleanup and restoration. This is a photo of a Lilburn flood-damaged kitchen drying out before a rebuild

Lilburn Storm Soaked Structure

Flooding in Lilburn often brings in contaminated components such as fertilizers, sewage, chemicals, and petroleum substances. SERVPRO realizes that just removing non-salvageable elements is not sufficient, disinfecting and preventing mold growth are essential aspects of a total treatment.

Storm Damage – Lilburn Home

Storm damage occurred at this Lilburn home when high winds in a thunderstorm tore a large portion of roofing away allowing rainwater to enter the attic and seep down to the ceiling and walls of the living room. We first placed a tarp on the roof to limit any further damage and then began the drying phase of the project along with the overall water damage restoration to home.

Storm Damage – Lilburn Office

Storm damage occurred at this Lilburn office when a heavy thunderstorm carrying high wind gusts tore a portion of roofing off the building. Stormwater fell through the roof and the ceiling to the floor.

SEVPRO of North Lilburn Assists with the Houston Flood Damage Recovery Effort

Before the flooding had finished receding in Houston, SERVPRO of North Lilburn was on the scene, working with its sister franchises from Alabama, to aid the people of Houston in the flood recovery effort. With this type of flooding, water intruding into structures is considered Category 3: Grossly Contaminated and Hazardous to Human Health. Porous materials inside a dwelling that come into contact with "Cat 3 water", such as carpet and drywall, must be removed, which is why you'll note that the drywall has been cut away around the base of the walls in the photo above, often referred to as a "flood cut." It also allows the drying equipment better access to dry the structure of the home behind the drywall. This home was just one of the 15 home restorations that our Senior Crew Chief Noah Walker supervised during the flood recovery effort. Noah is a veteran restoration professional, with experience managing crews on large institutional water and fire damage recovery projects.