Storm Damage Photo Gallery

volume of water, a large spill, on a carpet in an office area

Zenith Water-Logged Office

A broken water fountain can dump a large amount of clean water on a floor in a Zenith office in a short amount of time. Our SERVPRO crew can move around the desks, chairs, and other content to mitigate the water damage. We can also place blocks of high-density foam under the legs to protect them. Then we can start to remove the water.

brown insulation and debris on tiled floor of this blue-walled office area corridor

Camillus Fallen Insulation from a Windstorm

The cellulose blown-in insulation fell from the attic after a windstorm breached the roof in this Camillus commercial building. Tarping the exposed opening and removing all the debris are the first orders of business for a return to preloss conditions.

bare concrete floor, dusty and dirty, framing visible

Semi-Gutted House after a Camillus Area Storm

The flood cuts along the lower two feet of the walls allow for an easier and less expensive installation of new sheetrock. SERVPRO technicians have the expertise and equipment to prepare and build back this storm-damaged home.

pump with blue hose in basement opening

Camillus Flooding in a Basement

The photo depicts a portable, electric submersible pump. Our SERVPRO tech can set it up to quickly extract the water and channel it to the exterior. Rapid groundwater removal can mitigate the damage to this Camillus home.

flood damaged home

Flood Damage Restoration In Onondaga Hill

A flood can destroy your Onondaga Hill home quickly, and our team is here to pick up the pieces. Our professionals are ready 24/7 and Faster to Any Size Disaster. SERVPRO of SW Onondaga County has what it takes to restore your home to pre-damage condition.

Skaneateles Storm Damaged Home

The Photo illustrates how our SERVPRO technicians minimize the storm damage after significant water intrusion into a Skaneateles structure. We can do a "flood cut" to decrease the demolition along with costs and disruptions for the homeowner. The exposed wall cavities can be dried and then treated with an antimicrobial spray to inhibit the growth of mold. The rooms are now ready for a rebuild.