Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Flood Cuts in Walton County

The transitional Photo shows how SERVPRO technicians use "flood cuts" to minimize storm damage to drywall and framing. Walton County gets its share of flooding, and we are always ready to help our customers mitigate damages and keep out of pocket expenses down. Rely on us for help, 24/7.

Miramar Beach Storm Effects

The stormwater backed up the sewage system resulting in a mess to this Miramar Beach condo. SERVPRO technicians are trained in protective protocols when dealing with contaminated water like this. Need help? Call the pros.

Storm Damage – Santa Rosa Beach

Storm damage in Santa Rosa Beach can reach almost overwhelming proportions calling for the latest in technology when it comes to equipment. Additionally, a large quantity of equipment is often necessary to clean up serious storm damage. Shown here is a row of Triad commercial air movers that can be used in these types of situations.

Hurricane Irma Cleanup On Santa Rosa Beach

Many homeowners are recovering from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Our Crew Chief Ray (left) and Ken (right) are helping repair and restore this property affected by Irma. Our technicians now that a quick response in these situations is essential to reduce restoration costs and secondary damage. At SERVPRO, our restoration process emphasizes scientific drying techniques, progress monitoring, and documentation. Like Ray and Ken, our staff at SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties has the training and expertise to handle any size disaster. Faster to Any Size Disaster!

Beautiful Sunset View In Ponte Vedra Beach

Hurricane Irma left many properties damaged due to heavy rain and strong winds. Our crew at SERVPRO has storm damage experience and the equipment to handle any size disaster. After a long day of working on storm damage projects from hurricane Irma in Ponte Vedra Beach, this was our beautiful sunset view! A nice way to end a day of helping those in need.

High Water Flooding in Santa Rosa Beach

A tropical storm deposited several inches of water on the flooring of this Santa Rosa Beach house. Rapid water removal saved the planks from significant damage. The drywall was cut away to discard the non-salvageable soaked material.

Port Washington and a Storm

This crawl space in Port Washington was flooded up to the floor joists with water from a recent storm. Our technicians, working as a large crew, drained the water and then was ready to remove all the water-damaged debris, starting with the insulation.