Storm Damage Photo Gallery

SERVPRO fixes home after Storm Damage

This is an after photo of how SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties made this storm and flood damage "Like it never even happened." It takes three days for water to dry the carpet, and then SERVPRO will cut into the drywall to make sure the home owners wall are not impacted (to keep mold from growing behind the walls). Trust SERVPRO is here to help get your home back to its beloved state!

Water Damage in Living Room

This home in London, KY had severe water damage. Their items were floating after a flood hit this home. You can see the water line on the wall clearly. This customer called SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties because they know we are always here to help with your storm damage needs!

Storm Damage in Basement

In this before photo, a storm caused a sewage backup in this home. Water and sewage contents spilled into this basement. The owners tried to clean it themselves (i.e. the wash cloths in the photo), but they quickly realized --it would take a professional. When we arrived on scene we got the mess cleaned up, the water removed, and made it "Like it never even happened."

Sewage Damage from Storms

A storm caused major sewage damage in this home. There was significant damage to the floors and surrounding contents. They called SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties and we were there to help! We have a 1-4-8 guarantee, so when the lightening, water, or sewage damage occurs during a storm you count on us.

The Calm After the Storm

Here is the after of a storm damage photo. The storm had torn part of the roof off, and was letting debris and other harmful materials into the home. This customer knew they needed SERVPRO and fast. They called SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel counties because they know we are faster to any size disaster. 

Storm Damage

This storm damage occurred overnight at a home in Richmond. The owners could not fix it themselves so they called SERVPRO® of Pulaski and Laurel Counties. The problems were fixed immediately and the roof was fixed up "Like it never even happened."