Storm Damage Photo Gallery

male SERVPRO employee in PPE cleaning out chimney with a vacuum

Chimney Cleanup in El Paso

Now we aren't a chimney sweeping company, but when an area is affected after a storm or fire that has caused dislodged debris, you can count on SERVPRO of West El Paso to gear up and mitigate your home!

male SERVPRO employee on floor removing drywall

Drywall Removal in West El Paso

Our technician is seen here removing the bottom half of drywall that was damaged due to a water loss. We are able to tell that there is water damage behind walls using moisture meters and infrared technology. 

Male in black shirt, face mask, and khaki pants removing part of a wall

SERVPRO Employees Get the Job Done!

SERVPRO of West El Paso is constantly getting fantastic feedback about the craftmanship of our employees! See the SERVPRO difference in your own home or business if you suffer from a storm, water, fire, or mold issue. 

mold present on ceiling and walls in home

Moisture from Storms Can Cause Major Mold

It is always a great idea to make sure your home is secure and there are no holes or cracks that could let water in during a storm. Even the smallest amounts of moisture can cause mold to grow and spread within 24 hours. Mold is a tricky problem that needs to be handled by the professionals! 

closet with extensive smoke and soot damage

Fire and Smoke and Soot, Oh My!

You might not think storms can cause house fires, but using candles when the power goes out can lead to your house being engulfed in flames. Storms can also cause tress and power lines to go down causing electrical fires. Make sure your home is well-equipped with smoke alarms that are in working order. If your house suffers a house fire it can end up having extensive smoke and soot damage, as shown in this picture.

Water damaged ceiling with "sweat stains" and peeling paint

Telltale Signs of Water Damage

A water damaged ceiling is unsightly and dangerous. Before you can repair the ceiling you must locate the issue that is causing the water damage first. If you repair the ceiling without fixing any underlying issues you are asking for a repeat situation. If you plan to locate the source of the problem yourself, be sure to shut off the electricity and water flow in your home.