Storm Damage Photo Gallery

SERVPRO equipment dries the homeowner's walls

Storm Damage in Malvern, AR

This homeowner experience a burst pipe that flooded her Malvern, AR home during the winter storm in early 2021.  SERVPRO of Saline County and SERVPRO of Hot Springs are always ready to help.  Baseboards were torn out in the majority of the living room, dining room, and hallway, and holes were drilled to aid in drying the walls.  Our teams are on-call 24/7 to make your emergency "Like it never even happened."

Stacks of SERVPRO equipment at the entrance of a business who suffered a loss

Storm Damage from Neighboring Business in Hot Springs, AR

During the recent winter storm, this business in Hot Springs, AR suffered a large amount of water damage after a frozen pipe burst in the wall of an adjacent business.  They called SERVPRO of Saline County and SERVPRO of Hot Springs to mitigate the damage so they could prepare to reopen their doors for their busy season.

paint peeling off wall in stairwell

Fallen Tree During a Storm

This photo shows the damage that a roof leak caused by a fallen tree during a storm can do.  The homeowners were on vacation and had left the home unoccupied for several days.  When they returned, they were devastated!  SERVPRO of Saline County and SERVPRO of Hot Springs was able to arrive quickly, to mitigate the water loss so they could rebuild and get back to normal as quickly as possible.  

4' flood cut with set equipment

Flood Cuts

During a storm event, water can flood a home only a few feet.  However, just because the water only touches the walls a few feet up, that doesn't mean that is the only area affected.  Water will wick up a wall and reach much further than one would think.  This photo shows a room after our team had performed "flood cuts."  They probe the walls to see where the moisture stops and then cut 2 feet above that, to ensure that there is no chance for microbial growth to occur.  We then dry the studs and area behind where the sheet rock once was.  

North Carolina home damaged from Hurricane Florence

In September of 2018 Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina.  During that time, many  homes received damage from wind driven rain, and others received damage from flood water.  This photo shows a home that was severely damaged.  And because the power was out and it was very hot and humid, mold began to grow.  

Water Damage in a Sorority House

This was the aftermath of a storm that caused this sorority house to flood.  The roof gave in and the damage was catastrophic.  The house mom called SERVPRO and our team was on site within an hour.  We were able to extract water and place drying equipment that day.  We laid out a plan and the following days we were on site removing affected drywall, debris and flooring.  This photo is just one of the rooms affected.  Three stories were damaged including students rooms, The Chapter Room, and the living room.  The process took about a week and a half but we were able make this disaster "Like it never even happened."