Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Pile of rubble after natural disaster

Storm Damage Cleanup and Restoration

When a Storm Damage your home or property, it’s important to understand that every damage require a specific solution. However the process to address this issue such as clean up and restoration remains the same.

Heavy rains, tornadoes, severe weather or just a water flood at home can be very stressful for measuring, and more to overcome. But it’s a serious issue than needs an emergency plan of action at home or office.

How to be prepare when Storm Damage Cleanup and Restoration is needed?

First of all keep our number handy! SERVPRO of Martin County (772) 334-8762

House roof destroy by storm

Locally Owned Company with National Storm Resources

SERVPRO of Martin County is locally owned and operated—so we live and work here too, and are proud to be part of the Stuart community. We are also part of a national network of 1,700 with special Disaster Recover Teams that can respond with additional resources during catastrophic storms and major events.

Restoring a house after a hurricane

Hurricanes and severe weather in Florida is a common issue, so being prepared for such as events it’s very important to keep your home and your loved ones safety.

The follow pics shows a recent Restoration project of a house after a hurricane. As you might know SERVPRO Restoration process is the final step. In this project restoration involved some repairs, once the excess water has been removed, the floors and walls may appear dry, however SERVPRO of Martin County professionals replaced drywall and installed new floor, as well as the reconstruction of various areas or rooms at home.

Finally our Professionals used room measurements, temperature, and relative humidity to determine the optimal number of air movers and dehumidifiers to dry your home completely and restored to its pre-water damage condition.

Drying and Dehumidification after a flood

When water damage is an issue and develop into a flood, Drying and Dehumidification it’s the call.

In the picture above we shows the final process of a flood damage. First of all, we dry out the area and removed the amount of water-logged. Items like furniture and biohazards were removed within the first 48 hours. The second step was cleaning and rinse of the floor with an extraction cleaner.

Third, we run a wet-Drying and Dehumidification after a flood to remove as much water as possible. SERVPRO of Martin County professionals provided sanitizing treatments to remove odors and deodorize, as well as use specific equipment to get back to its preloss condition area.

Flood damage emergency of an apartment after a storm

The following pic shows an apartment affected by flood and storm damage. As heavy rains approached, drains got stocked and water was unable to filter, remaining on the leaving room of the apartment. SERVPRO of Martin County team applied Storm Damage Cleanup and restoration process immediately. The key for this project assessment was the use of Water Damage Restoration Technician as well as Structural Drying Technicians to recover the apartment to its preloss condition.

Disaster Recovery Plan Florida

Disaster can strike at any moment. The news stories of natural disasters around the world that devastate the lives of millions of people are commonplace, yet few people actually consider that it could happen to them. Even less are the people who are prepared with a plan for such situations. SERVPRO is a member of the FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) and we support its campaign urging every home and workplace to have a Disaster Recovery Plan in place. The difference between having a Disaster Recovery Plan and not having one can be the difference between life and death, or the difference between loosing it all and salvaging a home.

SERVPRO seeks to help individuals and organizations to design a practical Disaster Recovery Plan Florida, backed by over 40 years of expertise in disaster cleanup. We are the number resource for a Disaster Recovery Plan Florida.

Why Take the Risk? Call a SERVPRO® Martin County to have the best Disaster Recovery Plan Florida.