Storm Damage Photo Gallery

The Aftermath of Hurricane Florence

This Advanced Auto store is still facing the affects of hurricane Florence. A week after the hurricane hit, SERVPRO professionals arrive on site to find the parking lot still under water.

Hurricane Florence

Our Disaster Recovery Team traveled to North and South Carolina to provide restoration/mitigation services to home and business owners in need. 

The aftermath of Hurricane Florence caused the Cape Fear River to over flow, creating many obstacles. However, our Disaster Recovery Team can handle any size obstacle.

Texas Hail Storms 2016

SERVPRO of Castle Rock/Parker arrived in Wylie, Texas in April 2016 to help customers whose homes had been damaged by a massive hail storm. Hail the size of softballs, followed by rain left holes in roofs and shattered windows. SERVPRO to the rescue!

Arrival in Louisiana

We arrived in Louisiana in style and ready to clean up some flooding after 18 hours on the road. SERVPRO of Castle Rock/Parker had 3 crews ready to help devastated citizens of Louisiana start rebuilding and begin the healing process. 

Louisiana Floods August 2016

This photo shows a Louisiana home during the water mitigation process. Due to the contaminated flood water and its health risks, many of the structural materials such as drywall, flooring and cabinets had to be removed. Contractors in the Louisiana area are still working tirelessly to finish the reconstruction process.  

Louisiana Floods August 2016

This photo shows the damage done to the garage of one of our customers. The contents were all water damaged and the floors covered in muddy water. SERVPRO of Castle Rock/Parker worked long days to make this garage look even better than it did before flooding. 

Louisiana Floods August 2016

In August 2016, SERVPRO of Castle Rock/Parker sent crews to Louisiana to assist customers who had been affected by massive flooding after over 2 feet of rain fell in the state. This photo shows the flood level of a home even after the water had receded substantially.