Storm Damage Photo Gallery

three workers cleaning up a damaged floor

Flood Cuts and Disinfectant

Demo During Flood

Once the flood water recedes the cleanup process can begin. The main concern is to remove all the contaminated building materials. We do this with a flood cut and removal of flooring. Then we disinfect the area of the bacteria.

SERVPRO industrial grade fans placed on a concrete floor

Flooded Home in Eagan

How to dry a home after flood?

  1. Contaminated materials need to be removed.
  2. Floors and walls are pressure washed
  3. Left over building materials a disinfected
  4. Air movers and dehumidifiers dry the structure
  5. Spray for mold prevention

damaged building materials on front lawn

Storm Restoration

This is a picture of our truck in Houston, Texas, working on the cleanup team after Hurricane Harvey. Within days we had crews and equipment in Texas to help with the restoration process. If you have any questions about our storm team, feel free to reach out to us at (651) 330-7271.

damaged building materials and mattresses on front lawn

Storm Cleanup

After a storm a lot of debris can be left behind. It is important to try to consolidate as much as possible to allow the restoration process to continue. Flooding in most cases can destroy a lot of a structure where much will have to be thrown away. 

damaged materials up and down residential road

What to do if you have a flood in your home?

1. Make sure the property is safe and there is not standing water. If there is water in the home, be sure to vacate until a professional is able to observe. 

2. Have a professional restoration company begin the extraction process.

3. Once, all the water is extracted, start the drying and rebuild. 

damaged materials up and down residential road

SERVPRO of Eagan/ Apple Valley on Storm Event

Our team was quick to arrive an help out in Houston, Texas for the Hurricane Harvey that came ashore this year. After we got there, we were able to help many families in need. We are always ready to travel and help any size property in the event of a storm event.