Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm causes damage to flat roof

Regardless if your flat roof is on a residential or commercial building, it is important to regularly check on its condition.  For the owner of this business, not maintaining adequate drainage on his roof ended up costing him quite a bit of money.

A strong storm overwhelmed the drainage system on this roof causing water to accumulate on the roof's surface.  As the water pooled, it worked its way inside of the building flooding the rooms below it.

One of the rooms below happened to be a commercial kitchen.  Water caused the ceiling sheetrock to partially collapse creating a hazardous situation for the employees.

After we drained the water from the roof we addressed the interior damage.

North Richland And Ashland Co. County Storm Damaged Cleanup

The removal of belongings to a dry area of the house mitigated storm and water damage to the wood furnishings and fabrics. By removing the soaked carpeting and gutting a small amount of drywall the costs were kept low and the restoration time decreased. SERVPRO works hard to help our neighbors in North Richland and Ashland Counties.

When A Storm Strikes in South Richland County, We Strike Back

A lot can go wrong during a heavy down pour and high winds. Flooded basements, leaky roofs, and flooded crawlspaces are all likely situations after a storm. SERVPRO of North Richland and Ashland  Co. has the experience to handle any time of water damage that can affect your home or business. if a tree falls on your roof, our team will quickly respond to it , extract the water, remediate the damage, and get it ready for the next stage of repair! SERVPRO of North Richland and Ashland Counties is here to help you in your time of need. 

Under Pass in Mansfield Ohio Floods after a storm.

This underpass is flooded after a storm. This area in downtown Mansfield has always been a troubled spot. Not only for flooding after storms, but also known area where trucks continuously get stuck in the bridge.

Heavy rain causes a lot of damage. Not only to homes but to the streets as well. 

North Richland County Storm Debris

The straight-line wind storm tore off part of the chimney, and the bricks and wind broke through the ceiling via the attic crawl space. SERVPRO technicians can respond quickly,by getting someone to  place tarps and plywood sheets over the exposed roof and then begin to cleanup the debris from the storm.

Labor Day tornado in Crawford and Richland County

The Labor Day tornado in Crawford and Richland counties followed a roughly 17-mile path in 20 minutes. 

The EF-2 tornado started west of North Robinson at 10:42 p.m. Monday and ended north of Mansfield at 11:02 p.m.  EF2 describes a tornado with wind speeds of 111 to 135 mph. The estimated maximum wind speed of Monday's tornado was 130 mph, according to the National Weather Service.