Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm Damage - Brattleboro House

Storm damage occurred at this Brattleboro house when a rainstorm flooded the bedroom pictured. The quantity of water absorbed by the carpeting and subfloor would require that the carpeting be removed. SERVPRO of Windham and Windsor Counties would remove the carpeting and set up commercial air movers and dehumidifiers to help dry the subfloor.

Storm Damage - Wilmington

Storm damage in Wilmington can create very sizable quantities of damage. As a national leader in storm damage restoration, SERVPRO of Windham & Windsor Counties has access to the enormous resources required to respond rapidly to any size disaster.

Wilmington Storm Damage Cleanup

The fierce rainstorm flooded the interior of the commercial building with muddy, contaminated water. The storm team from SERVPRO pumped out the standing water, then used squeegees and brooms to remove most of the mud. The "gutted" walls at the 4-foot mark allowed for easier and less costly installation of new drywall material. Before leaving we sprayed an antimicrobial agent, and then we verified and documented the affected area was returned to standard moisture levels. Rely on our professionally trained staff, with industry-leading equipment, to minimize your stress and costs.

Storm and Restoration in Brattleboro

The floodwaters soaked into the drywall and carpeting of this home in Brattleboro rendering them unsanitary, and non-salvageable. Our SERVPRO techs discarded the flooring material, gutted the wall panels, then cleaned, dried, sanitized, and deodorized the affected area. Our customer was very pleased.

Wilmington Water & Storm Problems

The torrential water ran into this office building in Wilmington and ruined the walls. By gutting and discarding four feet of non-salvageable drywall paneling, were saved the proprietor time and money with the demolition and cleanup. The final air movers are about to be taken out from this restored storm damaged area. Count on SERVPRO.

Winter Freeze and Rain

The February Freeze on the 13th & 14th followed by 50 to 60 weather and hard rain. Between frozen pipes and flooded basements. The SERVPRO of Cheshire County, NH and Windham and Windsor Counties, VT team moved a lot of equipment and dried a lot of buildings.