Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Tree falling on house from the Storm in Mesa Arizona

This monsoon season has been a rough one. We've seen multiple losses like this one. From cactus falling onto houses to trees from the school next door smashing into mobile homes, SERVPRO is there to make it "Like it never even happened." If you are ever in need to take care of some storm damage we are here to help. Check us out online to see if there is anything else that interests you.

Storm Damage Cleanup in Mesa AZ

As a result of a monsoon storm in Mesa AZ last week, this home was pummeled by a huge tree from a neighboring school that fell due to the strong storm winds. We spent all Saturday packing out the contents of the house with no AC. That was fun! a Demo scope and work should begin this week!

Fountain Hills AZ residential water damage job

On this job, we had to remove most of the contents of the house into the garage to pull up flooring that had started to delaminate. (Delamination is the process of the primary backing of the flooring separating from the secondary backing of the flooring.) The delamination was caused by a water damage from a recent storm. 

Storm Water Damage caved in Chandler AZ Home Ceiling

In the fall of 2014, Chandler AZ was hit with a huge storm that set a 75-year record for rainfall in the valley. In its wake, tons of houses were left damaged. SERVPRO of North Central Mesa worked with other restoration companies in the area to help Chandler residents recover from the storm. This is a picture from one of the houses we restored. 

Storm Water Damage Chandler AZ

in Sept of 2014, Chandler AZ had a massive storm hit that nearly shut down the city. SERVPRO of North Central Mesa worked along with other SERVPRO franchises to help homeowners recover from the damage from the storm that affected everything from the rooftops down to the base flooring. This is a picture of a tarped roof from one of the houses we worked on.


Here at SERVPRO of North Central Mesa, we truly are updated and equipped with the most current technology. Storm damage can be catastrophic. We make sure that safety is our number one concern, and so should you. 

Desiccant Dehumidifier

So what is huge piece of equipment, and all this random plastic every where?

This is a large desiccant dehumidifier, it has a moisture absorbing wheel inside the unit. The wheel is made of silica gel – which is the desiccant (drying) element. Air enters the unit through an opening and travels through the silica gel impregnated wheel. When the air reaches the other side of the wheel it is dry and pushed out of the unit by a high static blower.

Bottom line: It's perhaps the most effective method available of controlling humidity and/or removing moisture from structural materials, hardwood flooring, and providing structural preparation prior to applying coatings.