Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Garage with SERVPRO drying equipment on mats

Port Jefferson Station Garage Needs Drying Out After Storm Damage

Port Jefferson Station heavy rains brought storm damage to this garage. SERVPRO techs arrived rapidly and extracted the water and set up multiple air movers to dry the area quickly. Concrete substrates are sem-porous and some absorption occurs, however the air mover velocity pulls the embedded moisture out. 

Attic with particle flooring removed

Storm Damage Needs Multiple Types of Cleanup in Smithville Attic

A roof with storm damage allowed a large amount of water to enter this Smithville attic. SERVPRO techs collected the insulation and removed the ruined building materials to open the areas for complete drying.

flood cuts on walls, green equipment drying basement that is finished

Storm Reconstruction in Smithtown

Our team of water damage specialists and contractors (General Contractor License #: 51995-H) can remove the water and damaged flooring from this finished basement in Smithtown. We can dry it out and then build it back to its preloss condition.

sewage and debris on tiled floor

St. James Storm Damage

The fecal matter from this backed-up sewage system in St. James needed immediate attention from SERVPRO. Our crew arrived promptly, sprayed an antimicrobial to settle down the contamination, and then proceeded to remove all the unwholesome matter.

machines drying office with no carpet or baseboards, weep holes showing

Nesconset Stormwater Cleanup and Restoration

Our SERVPRO team can remove the water and debris from this office space in Nesconset. The concrete pad is now ready for a new covering, and the weep holes in the walls by the baseboards ensure thorough drying with drainage and warm air circulation.

Basement with shelves that have items

Ronkonkoma Basement with Severe Storm Damage

When it rained it poured in Ronkonkoma and left nine inches of water standing in this basement. SERVPRO techs arrived quickly and extracted the water and removed the sheetrock, glue-down carpet and insulation as a loss. Once dry they cleaned the items in the basement to ready them for reuse.

Basement with wet contents in the floor

Storm Damage Cleanup in East Islip Basement

Storm damage hit an East Islip basement with significant water loss. The homeowner had one-inch of water in an unfinished basement used primarily for storage. SERVPRO techs extracted the water and removed the wet contents for cleaning and drying in another area.