Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Wind Storm, Roof Damage, Flooded San Francisco Room

The torn roof allowed a strong wind to dislodge a water supply line in the wall of this San Francisco house. The soaked cavity required a flood cut to minimize the demolition and the overall cost. SERVPRO has the expertise and equipment to restore this storm-damaged area to its preloss condition.

Storm Team Ready for Action

Our SERVPRO storm team is ready for action for flooding disaster cleanup in Texas. Flood waters bring bacterial contamination and eventual mold growth problems to structures. Our restoration workers have to wear PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) while working in these conditions.


The SERVPRO National Storm Team certainly gets around. The team has trailer loads of equipment staged in a shopping center parking lot in Colorado to address a major property disaster at that mall.

Cleaning out a Sump Pump

Ground water will carry silt with it as it flows through or under structures. The apartment building in the photo has a small water course that runs under a corner of the building. The building also has a sump pump as a backup to handle heavy flows of water. We are flushing out the sump pump so it is in tip top condition and ready to do its job.

Storm Team on the Way

SERVPRO is sending skilled technicians who are part of the nation Storm Response Team to Oklahoma. Over the past number of years, SERVPRO of Belmont / San Carlos has sent talented and experienced crew members to many events across America. 

53 Foot "storm" trailer

Loaded and ready for property damage cleanup action locally or anywhere in the country. These large trailers contain hundreds of pieces of drying equipment, cleaning supplies and other materials for large restoration jobs.

Storm Damage in Burlingame

Note the temporary support beam being used to prop up a wall that was damaged by a mudslide in Burlingame.... making a location safe while we work is just pat of what we do.

New Additions and Equipment to Our Fleet

Partner, Roy Drake and our Production Operations Manager, flew back to Nashville to bring two new vehicles filled with restorative drying equipment back to our SERVPRO of Belmont/San Carlos franchise in time to service potential El Nino storm damage in Belmont, San Carlos, and Redwood City. Along the route they endured a winter storm in Nebraska, but made it safely home in time to press the vehicles into use in our local service areas that also include Pacifica and Half Moon Bay. Flood and storm damage require specialized restoration techniques and equipment. Our restoration process puts an emphasis on scientific drying techniques, progress monitoring and documentation. We guarantee results. (650) 591-4137