Storm Damage Photo Gallery

hole in ceiling from collapsed water

Storm Damage in Orlando home

Storm damage occurred at this Orlando home when the roof was damaged during a storm. Rainwater entered the attic area and collected above the interior ceiling. Once the weight was too much for the drywall ceiling, it collapsed into the room below.

flood cuts made on bottom of adjoining walls

Orlando Tropical Storm Damage

When lower levels of homes in Orlando are inundated with contaminated water, this is the result. Soaked and filthy drywall must be "flood gutted" and discarded. Drying out the affected area needs to be verified before a company can come in to rebuild the damaged rooms.

flooded wood floor and carpet

Storm Damage Cleanup In Orlando

Call our experts for help after a storm causes damage to your Orlando home. We are IICRC certified, ready 24/7, and Faster to Any Size Disaster. SERVPRO of University, SE Orlando has certified personnel, advanced training, storm damage experience, and specialized equipment to restore your home to pre-damage condition.

flood water settled in music classroom

Flood in School Music Room

This school experienced major flooding after a hurricane and relied on SERVPRO of University, SE Orlando to get the water out. Luckily for them, we had more than enough manpower and equipment to get the job done.

warehouse shelves full of green restoration equipment

Storm Damage Ready in East Orlando

Storm damage in Orlando can occur at several locations simultaneously with all suffering substantial losses requiring a large amount of water restoration equipment and staff to implement the procedures necessary. SERVPRO of University, SE Orlando is well equipped with substantial inventories of water removal and restoration equipment and the trained staff to handle that equipment.

air movers drying wall strucute with water damage

Orlando Storm Damage Drywall Removal

This Orlando home sustained water damage from the combination of a heavy storm and an old roof that partially collapsed during it. Many areas of moist sheetrock had to be removed in order to properly dry out the affected structures throughout the home.