Storm Damage Photo Gallery

SEWAGE DAMAGE!

SEWAGE DAMAGE!

After a recent storm hit Evanston,  this home had sewage back up from their drains.  This is never a pleasant thing to have to experience, but with the help of the professionals at SERVPRO of Northbrook/Wheeling/Glencoe, we made it "Like it never even happened."

Flooded basement after a recent storm

Flooded basement after a recent storm

This was the aftermath of a rain storm that caused extensive water damage to a home in Park Ridge.  When the sump pump fails, or cant handle the amount of water coming in, a flood will occur!  If you ever need help with water in your basement, give the professionals at SERVPRO of Northbrook/Wheeling/Glencoe a call ASAP!

A big Rain storm brought water to this basement

A big Rain storm brought water to this basement

After a big rain storm rolled through Chicago recently, we received many calls about water in basements.  Sometimes, there is just too much water for the Sump Pump to keep up.  That's when we are called in to clean up the water from the storm.  Day or night, SERVPRO is always there!

Basement Flooding

Basement Flooding

When it rains, it pours!  At this home in Park Ridge, they had a sump pump that could not keep up with the amount of water that was being pushed into it.  Unfortunately, when this happens, the water will come back into the basement, and the crews need to pump it back outside!  Crews responded quickly on a Sunday to get this water out of the basement.

Hail Damage to Roofs

Hail Damage to Roofs

Hail storms do not happen every day, but when they do roll through, they can have some devastating effects on your roof.  Many times, you might not even realize that the damage has occurred, but over time, you may begin to see water coming in through your roof because of the storm. 

Storm Damage to Local Businesses

Storm Damage to Local Businesses

As a company owner, are you prepared for disaster?  Storms can come fast, and have devastating effects on homes and businesses.  This picture was taken on our way down to Florida after a hurricane came through.  Motes are good in theory, but you don't want one around your business!