Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Flooding From Heavy Storms

Flooding is the temporary covering or submerging of normally dry land with a large amount of water. There are various causes of flooding, but the cause of this specific instance was heavy storms and rain. Our technicians were able to pump out the water and dry the basement for these homeowners in a timely manner. This allowed them to take necessary measures to minimize flooding in the future. 

Heavy Rain in West Lafayette, Ohio

The recent heavy rain caused this home in West Lafayette, Ohio to flood when the sump pump failed. If your sump pump fails, you could find your basement under water. When this happens, it is important to act fast! Water damage can be a progressive issue and if not dealt with in a timely manner, this could lead to secondary damages. 

Storm Damage

After storms pass through the Licking County area, our team often gets called for storm damage caused by trees. Although we do not remove the trees, we can temporarily tarp the roof and mitigate any water and moisture that managed to make its way inside your home after it has been removed. 

Personal Protective Equipment

The term Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, refers to protective clothing, respirators, goggles, hard hats, gloves, and other garments or equipment worn to protect an individual from injury and harm. When it comes to SERVPRO of Licking County, our number one concern is safety: the safety of our clients and the safety of our employees.

Storm Damage in Fort Myers, FL

In the aftermath of a disaster, there is only one objective, to help you make it “Like it never even happened.” SERVPRO of Licking County strives to put our customers at ease, guiding them and supporting them through the storm emergency process while providing education and knowledge on how to best navigate the situation. 

Help is on the Way

Responding to a major natural disaster like a hurricane demands crews from far away come to the aid of the people in need. The wide devastation in this hurricane situation required many SERVPRO crews to live away from home for weeks.