Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Mold growth behind a furnace

Mold Following a Storm

After a storm struck in the winter, mold began to grow on a pitch of drywall hidden behind the furnace that had gotten wet during the storm. By the time the family discovered the mold, it had spread to other walls. They then called SERVPRO of Edison whose trained technicians that were able to test and remove the mold growth, and then restore the space to preloss conditions.

This hallway was flooded as a result of local storms

Thunderstorms cause extensive flooding

This family’s Edison home suffered serious damage after a recent thunderstorm. Thankfully they called SERVPRO of Edison and we were able to help them and several other Edison families clean up debris and restore the property to preloss conditions or prepare for a remodel. The homeowners were grateful that our 24/7 services were available to them in their time of need. 

If your home has been damaged by severe floods or storms, call us right away at 732-248-9555. Disaster can strike when we least expect it, but SERVPRO of Edison will be there to help you weather the storm.

Monitoring water damage after heavy rains

Heavy rains caused flash flooding in the Edison area and some of that rain water found it's way into this ground level family room.  After extracting the standing water, SERVPRO of Edison removed the carpet and pad and placed Dehumidifiers and air movers to continue drying the sheetrock.  Our technician can be seen in the background of this photo monitoring the drying progress in the walls.

SERVPRO rescues hardwood floor from storm damage

Unusually strong winds blew rain water sideways, and into an exhaust vent in this Woodbridge home.  The rain water seeped through the plaster ceilings and soaked into the hardwood floors. The photo shows SERVPRO of Edison's drying equipment including dehumidifiers, air movers and the Injectidry system.  The injectidry is specialty drying equipment that removes moisture from between and beneath the hardwood floor slats.

Winter storm causes water damage in Colonia

Last year's "Polar Vortex" forced freezing cold winds to blow for days throughout the Edison area.  SERVPRO of Edison was called in to this Colonia home after a pipe froze and caused the ceiling to collapse.  

Flooded Basement

SERVPRO of Edison's owner, Danny Aller puts on the rubber boots and steps into 18 inches of water to assess the damages and determine a drying and restoration plan for this Edison basement.