Storm Damage Photo Gallery


There is no doubt trees can cause damage and be damaged in storms. However, appropriately placed and maintained trees can help reduce damage to structures in storms by deflecting wind, and reduce damage to trees. Appropriate actions includes proper placement and planting, and structural pruning prior to the storm. Species selection can also be somewhat helpful in avoiding some damage. 

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Storm damage to this office building

This office in Emeryville, CA fell victim to a water intrusion that came from the double doors. There was enough water to break the weather strip and infiltrate the office. 

Stormy children's school

This elementary school suffered water damage due to storms in Northern California. The storage room where they kept equipment for computers and P.E. had standing water that needed to be extracted and dried. The cause of the damage was a leaky roof that was fixed while SERVPRO of Pleasanton/Dublin was on site. 

Storm claims pool house

This pool house had water that was standing on the tiles. This photo was before we had gotten in to begin the dry out process. After setting our equipment we removed the baseboard and drilled holes to dry out the wall cavities. Limited damage and a quick turnaround is always the goal. 

Wet attic dryout

This attic fell victim to heavy storms in Northern California. After the insulation was removed we were able to set up dehumidifiers and air movers to begin the dry-out process. Luckily, no lumber needed to be replaced and the attic dried out quickly. 

Storm Generated Water Damaged Walls in Dublin

This bedroom and the adjacent room suffered substantial water damage to the drywall and the framing. By Speedily extracting the water, and drying out the flooring (the carpets were discarded) and the studs and base plates, water damage was mitigated in this storm damaged Dublin property. SERVPRO techs make "Like it never even happened."