Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Hurricane Matthew New Smyrna Beach Storm Damage

This home was flooded with river water when the storm surge rose over the seawall.  We quickly acted to to remove the sediment and clean the first floor of the home for bacteria and mold.   When your home or business experiences an issue due to water call SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach - Titusville at 386-447-2202 and we will make it "Like it never even happened."

Storm Damage During Construction of this Home in New Smyrna Beach

A section of the roof sheathing blew off during a severe wind and rain storm. SERVPRO technicians arrived in the morning, and set up drying equipment, to guarantee that the framing and concrete pad would have a verified moisture content after our work. This was crucial to the builder's agreement with the owner. We documented the results using moisture sensors and a thermal hygrometer.

New Smyrna Beach Storm Damage Equipment

New Smyrna Beach Storm Damage can sometimes take on massive proportions. Significant losses require equally powerful solutions. This photo shows a sizeable desiccant dehumidifier that forces extremely hot and dry air in water damaged facilities. SERVPRO Florida Franchises have access to a variety of equipment specially designed for large loss projects. Specially trained disaster response teams accompany equipment like this to ensure well thought out project plans and the implementation of those plans. We are equipped to handle large disasters, and we enthusiastically respond to small ones. If you encounter storm damage or any other catastrophe, call SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach – Titusville 24/7 at (386) 423-1111. We are ready to help.

Storm Damage – Edgewater Warehouse

Storm damage from heavy downpours left this Edgewater warehouse flooded with dirty muddy water. Inventory in the warehouse was moved to our facility and we cleaned up the muddy water. If your business is hit with storm damage, call SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach – Titusville 24/7 at (386) 423-1111.

Storm Damage – Port Orange Wood Flooring

Wood flooring at this Port Orange home was flooded in rainwater from a severe storm. Buckling like this often occurs in these circumstances. Technological advances that have been made in drying techniques for wood flooring allowed SERVPRO of New Smyrna Beach – Titusville to make this problem look “Like it never even happened”.

Storm Damage – South Daytona Office Building

Storm damage produced several inches of rainfall, and a bunch of it found its way through the roof and on the top floor of this South Daytona office building. The photo above shows the hallway being dried with commercial quality air moving equipment.