Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm Damaged Demolition in a Metairie House

The flooding soaked the walls, floors and base cabinets in this Metairie kitchen. The contaminated sheetrock and fixtures were removed to allow for the exposed areas to be dried with SERVPRO air movers and dehumidifiers. We can apply an antimicrobial product to inhibit potential mold growth and to sanitize and exterminate any bacteria or pathogens. Count on us to prepare this storm damaged room for a rebuild, "Like it never even happened."

Storm Damage In Metairie

The crew at SERVPRO of Metairie is ready and prepared 24/7 to respond quickly to your storm damage emergency. Our storm damage specialists are highly trained and have the experience to handle any size disaster. SERVPRO has the advanced equipment and expertise to restore your home to pre-damage condition.

Storm Damage – Metairie Office Building

Storm damage hit this Metairie office building when a portion of the roof was torn away during a severe thunderstorm carrying exceptionally high winds. The facility needed tarps placed on the roof immediately to stop the flow of rainwater into the interior of the building. Then they would need water damage restoration services to clean up and dry the water damage that the facility had incurred. SERVPRO of Metairie can provide all of the services necessary to get this office back into operation.

Storm Flooding in a Metairie Home

The visual says it all; dirty water from a storm is soaking into the flooring and walls of this Metairie area home. SERVPRO can offer a swift response, removal of the standing water, and a complete drying to preloss condition. Just call us.

Metairie Storm Damage

Storms can bring vast volumes of water that enter homes in Metairie and cause significant damage. The plywood subfloor is exposed after the hardwood planks had been removed for drying. SERVPRO can provide skilled technicians to tackle even the most difficult storm cleanups.

Storm Damage to a Facility in Metairie

Stormwater pooling on floors over an inch high can cause significant damage as the liquid soaks into the drywall and flooring materials. Metairie commercial buildings often call upon SERVPRO to quickly remove the standing water and tear out and discard the non-salvageable materials. SERVPRO techs work hard to set up conduits to channel the ladened moisture-filled air from the building to limit secondary storm damage.