Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Flood Damage vs. Front Door

Floods in Massachusetts can be brutal, take a look at this home, water seeped in under their front door overnight and caused a big mess. This picture shows after we remediated all the water and we are drying out the area. SERVPRO of Shrewsbury/Westborough is capable and ready for all your storm damage needs, call us at (508) 757-7885.

Storm Damage Westborough Home

After a severe storm, a Westborough home owner experienced extensive water damage to their home gym. The owner called SERVPRO of Shrewsbury/Westborough and they and were quick to respond. SERVPRO was able to remove the water and restore the gym back to the original condition.

Basement Affected by Storm Flooding?

Water Damage Emergency? Call (508) 393-7898

If you have wet carpet, there’s no time to waste.  Here are some tips that can help to prevent the spread of moisture and mildew.

  • The easiest way to get the dampness out of your carpet is by eliminating the water with a wet vacuum.  If the damage is extensive you will want to call SERVPRO.

Storm Damage in Shrewsbury

Pictured is a home in Shrewsbury that was damaged by torrential rain. The rain leaked through the roof and heavily stained the ceiling.

Water Damage Emergency Tips

What you can do until help arrives

After any water damage situation, your primary focus should be safety first:

  • Is it safe to stay in the house?
  • Electrical and "slip and fall" hazards are some of the most prevalent concerns.
  • Only do activities that are safe for you to perform.
  • Wet materials can be VERY heavy. Be careful!

 Water Damage Emergency? Call (508) 757-7885

Shrewsbury Storm Drying

The groundwater entered this home in Shrewsbury and wetted the tile flooring and the trim of the walls and cabinets. Unfortunately, the water also wicked up a small section of drywall requiring a small demolition to discard the storm damaged gypsum panels. The SERVPRO drying devices are removing the last remnants of moisture as the treated area is edging closer to its preloss condition.

Upton Storm Water and Debris

This building took in a large quantity of groundwater water from a severe storm. The Black Water required safe and fast extraction to protect the property from secondary water damage and possible biohazardous difficulties. The final step was to spray an antimicrobial product on the entire storm affected area.