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Storm Damage Reconstruction and Restoration

Storm Damage Reconstruction and Restoration in Manayunk, PA

SERVPRO of Manayunk and Chestnut Hill is your local storm damage restoration and reconstruction provider. (215) 482-0800

Storm Damage and Restoration

SERVPRO of Manayunk and Chestnut Hill is your local storm damage restoration professional. This home experienced storm damage and the tree fell into the home. Our team at SERVPRO was able to remove the tree, all debris and repair the home! 

Manayunk Storm Soaked House

The lower level of this home in Manayunk suffered severe flood damage from contaminated water. The carpet, pad, and a flood cut on the walls were needed to discard the non-salvageable building elements. SERVPRO strives to restore and not replace when possible. The drying out of the affected rooms was crucial to mitigating secondary flood damage.

Storm Damage In Germantown

The team at SERVPRO is ready to help when your property is damaged by a storm. We will act fast to restore your property to pre-damage condition. SERVPRO of Manayunk has the specialized equipment, advanced training, storm damage expertise, and certified personnel to make it “Like it never even happened.”

Manayunk Commercial Building and Flooding

A broken water main drenched the walls and floor of this commercial building in Manayunk. The non-salvageable drywall can be flood-gutted as pictured by SERVPRO water damage technicians. Fast action means the framing can be saved, limiting disruptions to business activities and costs.

Storm Damage – Manayunk

Storm damage events in Manayunk can become enormous in size and scope. Sometimes normal sources of power are not available. SERVPRO of Manayunk provides their own power to run their sophisticated restoration equipment when this occurs. The photo shows a large trailer mounted commercial generator.

Storm Water Floods an Attic Crawlspace in Philadelphia

The torn off roof from a severe storm drenched the interior space of this attic in Philly. SERVPRO techs can discard the ruined ceiling materials and be creative for drying out the above area. Encapsulating the attic void and channeling out the moisture greatly expedites the drying process, thus mitigating damage to the roof supports.

Philadelphia Storm Damaged Home

The stormwater flowed from the exterior fascia area drenching this wing of a home in Philadelphia. Demolition of the soaked ceiling and exterior wall were needed as part of the initial clean up. Shown are air movers directed to dry the attic crawl area and an LGR dehumidifier that can draw up to 25 gallons of water per day from the affected area.