Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Back of SERVPRO vehicles parked in a row

Helping Texas Victims After the Winter Storm

In February 2021, a winter storm caused damages and power outages throughout all of Texas. We joined hundreds of other SERVPRO franchises to clean up and restore thousands of storm- and water-damaged properties across the state!

Man holding machine that is breaking floor tile

Extracting Hidden Moisture After Flooding

When a storm flooded parts of this Statesville home, a lot of contaminated water seeped beneath the tile flooring. It was imperative that we dried the water so it didn't cause mold/bacterial growth or comprise the integrity of the floor. We used a tile breaker (shown) so we could remove the tile and get to the hidden water.

Two men walking beside an inflatable tube in a hallway

Storm Damage Cleanup Professionals

A storm caused wind damage and flooding to this local school. Due to the extent of the damage, we dispatched multiple crews to extract water, set drying equipment, and to mitigate the risk of mold and additional structural damage. The school was impressed with both our response time and ability to make it "Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO vehicles lined up on wet under a dark, cloudy sky

Responding to Storm Events

Our team at SERVPRO of Iredell County responds to major storm events—both here at home and around the nation. In 2018, for example, we traveled to Wilmington, NC to help clean up the aftermath of Hurricane Florence.

Living room submerged by flood waters

Helping Flood Victims

Flooding can happen to anyone, even if you don't live in a designated flood area. In the photo above, one home was mostly underwater after heavy rains persisted for multiple days. This is an extreme case, but it illustrates the potential damage storms can cause. Fortunately, our team was able to help this customer dry out the home once the waters receded.

Statesville Storm Damage Through the Attic

A storm lifted some shingles on a roof, and the resulting storm damage to this Statesville house is apparent. The removal of hanging drywall panels and securing the structure is the first step in the storm damage restoration process.

Stormy Weather Leads to Severe Water Damage in Statesville

The groundwater wicked into the walls and saturated the flooring. After the demolition which included discarding the contaminated floor materials, we cut out non-salvageable drywall and dried the affected areas before the rebuild. We also disinfected the exposed materials.