Storm Damage Photo Gallery

A wall with visible water stains on drywall around a vent

Small Signs of Bigger Storm Damages in New Orleans

This photo of water stains around a vent in a New Orleans home can be a warning sign of larger damages. SERVPRO found the property needed extensive mitigation, including carpet removal, roof tarping and repair, and other second-floor restoration tasks.

Room with scattered contents, removed baseboards, ceiling with insulation hanging down

SERVPRO Inspections and Estimates Can Restore New Orleans Properties

In this photo, a New Orleans residence has suffered storm damage that led to flooring and ceiling damage and mold growth in multiple rooms. SERVPRO performed an inspection and estimate to help the homeowner determine what they needed.

SERVPRO drying equipment in a bathroom with removed fixtures

Slidell Home Has Severe Water Damage From Hurricane

SERVPRO helped this Slidell property homeowner start the recovery after flood and storm damage. The water coming in from a damaged soffit affected a bedroom, bathroom, and two closets. The photo shows how much of the walls required removal due to the fast-moving water damage.

Wall under a window with visible water damage

Chalmette Home Has Roof Leak Due to Storm Damage

A roof leak in this Chalmette home affected four total areas in the structure. Through the use of their equipment, SERVPRO was able to confirm the insulation within the walls was wet and would require removal to dry the interior wall cavities and avoid further issues within the property.

Ceiling by a fireplace with a water stain

Harvey Home Has Water Damage From Roof Leak

The storms can ruin roofing on Harvey properties allowing water damage to occur. This photo shows water stains from damaged flashing around a fireplace. SERVPRO techs needed to remove the wet ceiling area and insulation for complete drying and tarp the roof until final repairs could be made by the homeowner.

Office chairs and desks with yellow hazard tape

New Orleans Office Has Water Damage From Wind Driven Rain

SERVPRO handled the water damage cleanup in this New Orleans office. The moisture affected the glue-down carpet and ran behind the rubber baseboards. The technicians needed to drill weep holes to allow the water behind the baseboards to drain.

Room with collapsed ceiling and debris

SERVPRO Handles Hurricane Damage in New Orleans

Hurricane Zeta caused a tree limb to fall onto this New Orleans home leaving behind extensive water damage within the home affecting six rooms and some walls split from floor to ceiling. SERVPRO technicians arrived quickly and put a tarp over the roof to keep any further rain from entering.

Attic with insulation and exposed hole in the roof

No Power in Lafitte For Storm Damage Cleanup? No Problem.

Strong storms caused water damage in this Lafitte property after one-quarter of the roof got ripped off and water entered. SERVPRO technicians brought generators and a dumpster to collect the debris. The techs tarped over the damaged roof to stop the building materials from getting any further exposure to moisture.

Ceiling with visible water damage

New Orleans Storm Damage to Roof

Storm damage resulted from a tin roof from a neighboring home in New Orleans that blew on top of  this home allowing water damage to enter. The ceiling showed signs of water seepage  and deterioration quickly. SERVPRO techs tarped the roof and dried the damage.

Tin roof blown on top of home roof

Storm Damage to New Orleans Roof

After a hurricane came through New Orleans, a tin roof got blown on top of another roof leaving behind significant water damage. SERVPRO technicians needed to tarp the roof to halt further water entry.

Hallway with hammers on dirty subfloor

New Orleans Storm Damage Affects Two Rooms in Home

This New Orleans home had severe storm damage happen to the walls, ceiling and flooring. This photo shows the mitigation midway through the cleanup process. SERVPRO technicians exposed the substrate after removing the flooring to get it dried using multiple air movers and dehumidifiers.

SERVPRO semi-truck trailer; SERVPRO facility in background

Our Disaster Recovery Team is Always Ready to Go

Once we saw Hurricane Sally's path, we mobilized. Our vehicles are loaded with restoration equipment, and our team members are ready to go. SERVPRO of The New Orleans Westbank is prepared for whatever restoration needs Hurricane Sally brings.

Ceiling with water stains

Storm Damage Hits Multiple Units in New Orleans Residential Complex

Bad weather left this New Orleans apartment complex with storm damage cleanup needs. Standing water was on the upper stories and saturated the walls and ceilings. SERVPRO techs performed the extraction and controlled demo as needed. 

Bathroom with tile floor and framework exposed

Storm Damage in New Orleans Needs Fast Help from SERVPRO

Bad weather brought storm damage to this New Orleans home leaving behind wet flooring, walls, and the need for mold remediation. SERVPRO techs needed to remove the sheetrock due to excessive water loss. However, the seal remained intact on the ceramic tile floor.

Debris Disposal

In this picture, you can see a large amount of debris that was removed from structures affected by severe storms that rolled through the area. Our team is always prepared for anything. If you are affected by storms, call us!

Demolition and Cleanup

In this picture, you can see that the demolition process included removing flooring in order to help remove moisture after a storm water intrusion into this home. We then brought in drying equipment to remove all the remaining water.

Carpet Removal For Storm Damage

When severe storms caused a water intrusion in this home, this room was heavily affected and, as you can see, some of the carpet had to be removed in order to properly repair the damage.

Utility Room Flood

A large storm recently caused flash flooding that affected multiple structures and caused water intrusions all over. This structure was one of the ones affected. We were called in to handle the cleanup and repair.

Storm Damage From River

This facility was flooded when the nearby river rose due to heavy rains from recent storms. There was a lot of water and debris left behind when the flood waters receded, but we were able to make it "Like it never even happened."

When the Storms Come, We'll Be There

The damage that storms can cause can be absolutely devastating. When it happens, you want your life to get back to normal as quick as possible. Our disaster recovery team is always ready to help you do that.