Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Person standing in their flooded home wearing rainboots

Rain Boots in your own Home

We have all seen the game "What's wrong with this picture." It's kind of fun to see what doesn't belong in the picture until it's a picture of your house!

In this picture, rain boots shouldn't be needed inside the house. When rain from a storm makes it's way inside it's not a game. 

Make sure you're prepared. Have your roof, chimney, and sump pump checked, just to name a few. Keep the rain outside where it belongs. 

You want to take your rain boots off before you come inside, not put them on to come inside.

Collapsed ceiling from storm

When a storm rolled through with high winds, a local business sustained roof damage and heavy water damage. The heavy rain flooded in and caused part of the ceiling to collapse, littering insulation and drywall everywhere. The interior also became soaked with water, and SERVPRO Carroll County was called to handle it.

Storm Damage

Storms can easily cause your power to go out, which can cause your sub pump to fail...which brings you the joy of having to deal with a flooded basement. We aren't afraid to do the dirty work and make sure the damage doesn't hurt any other systems in your home. SERVPRO of Carroll County is here to help! We work with your insurance for an easy claims process, insuring we take care of things, so you don't have to! Call  (410) 857-5332 to learn more or get in touch with our SERVPRO Trained Professionals.

Board Ups

When you experience damage to your property either by a break in or from a storm, leave the hassle of a board up to the professionals at SERVPRO of Carroll County. Our team can board up the damaged property and mitigate and remediate the original damage, providing you with peace of mind while helping make it “Like it never even happened.”

winter storm

Are you prepared for the cold Maryland weather? From freezing rain and low temperatures, to damaging winds, sleet or snow, can all cause serious and costly property damage. While you cannot control the weather, you can take steps to prepare your Carroll County home or business. To help prevent costly winter storm damages, consider taking the following precautions to protect your property before winter weather hits. Check your Carroll County business property for downed tree limbs and branches. Wind, heavy rain, ice and snow can cause branches to fall, which could cause damage to your property and potentially cause personal injuries. Inspect your roof, pipes, and gutters, downspouts should be directed away from your building. Clear gutters of debris that may have gathered during the fall. Winter starts December 21, 2020 and leaves can cause a damming effect, which can lead to roof damage. When winter weather strikes, call SERVPRO Carroll County to strike back.

Roof Damage

Falling trees, high wind and hail storms often cause severe roof damage. Safety should you and your family’s primary concern. Initial roof assessment should be completed from the ground as damage is not always visible. If you suspect damage to your shingles or structure, contact a professional immediately. Vacate the premises in the event of major roof damage. Tarping the roof will prevent secondary damage to your home while the roof is inspected and repaired. SERVPRO of Carroll County will provide emergency roof tarp installation to prevent further damage. When disaster strikes, SERVPRO of Carroll County is ready to respond immediately with your roof tarping needs.