Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Wet drywall tape

Is Your Home Waterproofed?

Storms are in the forecast regularly, but if they make you worry that your home is not as resilient as it could be, weatherproofing might be wise. Weather-related insurance claims are extremely common for homeowners, and they can result in a steep increase in your payments after you make a claim.

Though there is no way to guarantee a storm cannot damage your home, there are ways to strengthen your house against the elements.

Fortunately, most weatherproofing efforts are not extremely difficult, and a little bit of effort will make a big difference in the long run. Necessary repairs and optional updates can work together to create a home that is much more resilient against the weather.

Flooded concrete basement

Storm Floods Customer’s Basement

This photo shows the aftermath of a storm that flooded the street in front of this customer’s home. The water came up and over the curb, flooding there basement. SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County responded immediately to extract the water and start the drying process!

Three SERVPRO vehicles parked in front of a church

“Faster to Any Size Disaster!”

Fires, storms and floods are among the leading causes of financial loss for companies in the United States. They can do a lot of harm, particularly if they are not addressed immediately. When you call SERVPRO of Shippensburg/Perry County, you can be certain that you are contacting a highly skilled staff that is ready 24 hours a day to provide dependable emergency services and minimize your downtime and recovery time.

Hurricane Irma Debri

This photo shows the debri pulled from just one place piled in the front yard that Hurricane Irma created in Texas.  Very little was salvageable in many houses and it just got carried out to the curb to be taken to the dump whether it was actual belongings, floors, walls, or appliances that got ripped out.