Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm damage to a home in our community

Storm Restoration

Tornadoes recently tore through TN, GA, & AL. In this photo, you can see a damaged tree and roof damage to the nearby home that was caused by the storm.

As leaders in the storm and water damage industry, we have advanced training and expertise, not to mention a tremendous amount of hands-on experience. We use this training and experience to quickly dry your home and restore it back to pre-storm condition. We're open 24/7 give us a call 706-965-7378

Roof Damage

Roof Damage

Powerful storms often cause multiple cases of roof damage in Jackson County, or roof damage in Dekalb Counties. If you have to wait a bit to start the real repairs on your roof, you may want to take some steps to protect your home. Protection can help do the following:

• Decrease chances of flooding
• Stop more materials from getting ripped off
• Stop material tears from getting bigger

The following could help you protect your roof:

  • Boards
  • Tarps
  • Calling Your Insurer

Kentucky Flood

Flooded Coffee Shop Basement

Storm "Brewing"

The beginning of 2018 saw the weather create problems for many people. We are a part of a national SERVPRO storm team, and in January of 2018 we suited up and headed to aid in the floods that covered the north. This photo was taken from the basement of a coffee shop whose foundation was cracked which led to water seeping through the slits. A state of emergency was issued throughout Kentucky and the flooding affected 17 counties statewide. Other states on the Ohio River also received record-breaking flood heights. The process went seamlessly and we were able to get in and out in a week!

Roof Leak

In The Attic

Upkeep of your home is of the upmost importance to prevent excessive water damage, mold, or even structural damage. This lookout mountain attic had gone unused and unseen for an extended period of time. As a result, the roof leak had allowed an excessive amount of water in the insulation and walls. Even though the leak was small, the damage was great.

Sleet-Covered Roads

Lookout Mountain Weather

In addition to the 35 car pileup on the interstate, Lookout Mountain also saw some heavy sleet coverage all over the roads. This picture was taken after the roads were salted to improve conditions. The temperature combined with sleet, basically a rain of miniature ice pellets, makes for conditions where one constantly slips across the surface of the road. There were no reported injuries even though there were a multitude of wrecks over the course of the day. We are a proud member of our community, and we hope everyone stays safe in their travels this winter season.

Flood Damage

High Waters

2017 saw some heavy floods and natural disasters. Flood waters accounted for some very heavy damage. In this case, flood waters rose from the streets into homes resulting in water damage that reached heights as tall as the technicians working the job! We were able to be in and out of the house in less than a week!

Call SERVPRO today to make sure your disaster feels "Like it never even happened."

6 Feet of Damage

Houston, Texas.

This is some of the damage that the flooding from Hurricane Harvey. There was significant damage throughout the house that sometimes reached up to 6 feet in height. Our crews are still in the wake Hurricane Harvey for the recovery effort, and in the process of remediation where we can! This was truly an incredibly terrible disaster and our thoughts are with those affected.

Hurricane Harvey

Storm Relief

With the recent events around The Gulf of Mexico, the SERVPRO team has been dispatched for storm relief efforts down in Houston. Not everyone can make it to the disaster area to help with storm relief though. The American Red Cross has setup a donation fund to those who were affected by Hurricane Harvey. If possible, any donations are going to be greatly appreciated by the victims of this storm.

To donate, click (HERE)!

Ceiling Fallen from Storm Damage

Tiles on The Floor

This picture was taken after a storm in The Fall of 2015. Heavy Rainfall had caused a roof leakage on this building and thus created water damage all throughout the building. This is one of the more severe cases of damage that occurred in all of the rooms. It was a larger loss so SERVPRO's storm response team made it only three hours after we got the call! We were able to be in and out of the place in around a week!

We Are Here to help!

If you are experiencing water damage, fire damage, or mold growth, do not be afraid to call us today!

(706) 866-5646

SERVPRO of Chattooga, Dade, and West Walker Counties is here to help!

Flooded Hallway

This was the aftermath of flooding in Louisiana in 2016. Low elevations paired with high amounts of rain caused extensive flooding in streets, businesses, and homes. The picture shown is a result of flood damaging a home to the point where we had to strip the floors, lower portions of the walls, and insulation in order to replace them.

Have Water Damage in Your Home?

Do not be scared! SERVPRO of Chattooga, Dade, and West Walker Counties is here to help you with your water problem!

Call us today at (706) 866-5646!

Floods-National Storm Teams

SERVPRO of Chattooga, Dade, and Walker Counties is part of 4 National Storm teams. When the need arises, we travel the country in order to assist with storm damage cleanup.

The pictured event was from floodwaters that devastated Houston in April of 2016. When floodwaters enter a structure, any porous material such as carpet and drywall is considered non-restorable and has to be removed.

Contaminants from floodwaters can have serious health affects if not cleaned properly. Make sure to call a professional if you have had flood damage, or any other type of water, fire, or mold damage to avoid making a costly mistake.