Storm Damage Photo Gallery

SERVPRO Storm Services In Great Neck

After a storm, a basement flood in a Great Neck home required the removal of all damaged building materials. SERVPRO technicians expose framing and structural materials and perform drying services using air movers, dehumidifiers, and water extractors before completing the restoration.

Commercial Storm Damage - Glen Cove, NY

This assisted living facility suffered water damage after a particularly heavy rainstorm we had in the spring, as the roof was under construction and not able to withstand the amount and force of water.  Multiple visits were needed as additional damage occurred after more water events.

Childcare Service Disrupted By Water Damage

This structure received multiple floors of water damage due to water entering from the roof.  The childcare center was greatly affected, and required extensive mitigation before it was ready to reopen it's doors. 

Superstorm Flood Damage - Long Island, NY

Superstorm Sandy created situations like this one all up and down the eastern seaboard of Long Island.  We worked on countless structures, including this one.  Homes and buildings had to be gutted to the studs - or torn down altogether if left structurally unsound.  

Hurricane Storm Damage - Long Island, NY

Hurricane Sandy rolled through Long Island, flooding countless homes and businesses.  Once the waters receded, many buildings looked just like this - waterlogged, dirty and damp with destroyed electrical and mechanical systems.  Raw sewage was in the floodwaters along with other contaminants.

Storm Damage in Long Beach, NY

When Hurricane Sandy hit Long Island, hundreds of homes were flooded just like this one.  All porous building materials need to be removed and replaced - SERVPRO of Great Neck/Port Washington's team removed flooring and drywall over the high water mark, dried and cleaned the structure.

Hurricane Water Damage - Long Island, NY

Hurricanes on Long Island can create lots of water damage - this home had several inches of standing water after Hurricane Irene struck.  If you are in an area prone to water intrusion, make sure that your valuables and irreplaceable items and documents are in a water safe zone.