Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm Damage Cleanup In Penacook

You need to contact our crew right after a storm has damaged your Penacook home. We will respond quickly and start the restoration process immediately. We have the equipment, training, and expertise to restore your home to preloss condition. SERVPRO of Concord is Faster to Any Size Disaster!

Penacook Nor'easter Storm Damage

The nor'easter blew through this area of Penacook and ripped a hole in the roof leaving a mess behind. SERVPRO can respond quickly to mitigate the effects of exposure to the elements and to clean up and remove the hazardous hanging debris.

Wind Storm Effects--Penacook

Infrastructure including HVAC systems can be badly damaged from wind storms in the Penacook area of NH. Storm cleanup by a reputable company like SERVPRO is a wise first phone call to make to re-establish a preloss condition to your property.

Storm Damage – Concord

Storm damage remediation in Concord sometimes needs to be provided when there is no conventional source of power available. When this is the case, SERVPRO of Concord brings their own source of power to the disaster site. Pictured is a large trailer mounted generator which is used is such instances.

Storm Damage Cleanup In Concord

Keeping your family safe is SERVPRO's top priority after a storm damages your property. Our team of highly trained technicians is available 24/7 to assist you. We have the skills and expertise to respond to a wide range of water damage and both interior and exterior destruction challenges. Using our experience, advanced equipment, and specialized techniques we will make it “Like it never even happened.”

Storm Damage – Concord

Storm damage at this Concord commercial strip center tore portions of a flat roof from the building allowing rainwater to enter the interior of the building. Numerous sections of ceiling panels were soaked and collapsed to the floor under the excess weight.

Storm and Flooding in Bow

The building in Bow suffered from an inflow of groundwater after a very wet storm. The contaminated water was suctioned out with a portable sump pump. It took many days to dry the concrete pad using our state of the art equipment.