Storm Damage Photo Gallery

What Water Can do to Your Ceiling

When a storm hits, the rain seeps under the shingles of your roof and gets into your home. This water travel down and gets moisture in places that can damage your homes structural integrity. For example, the water can weaken the wood an dry wall of your home. And, water facilitates mold growths making your home prone to that. With these things in mind, you can see how important it is to act fast when your property has suffered from storm damage. Call SERVPRO today to book an inspection of your home to start the restoration process. Remember, "Like it never even happened!"

Water Damage Aftermath

A pipe leak, flooded bathroom, and many other situations can cause something like this pictured here to happen. When water floods your home, it damages the hard wood floor by seeping under the boards causing them to rise and potentially grow mold. For carpet, it exposes the fibers to moisture for too long causing wear and potential mold growths as well. Don't let your property get to the moldy point! Call SERVPRO of Torrance for your property's damage restoration needs, we are the best in the business!

We Can Take Storm Damage

A bathroom beautifully reconstructed by our technicians here at SERVPRO of Torrance. Can you believe this was once damaged by a storm? Our experience and dedication really shows through in this job!

Like it Never Even Happened

Not only is SERVPRO of Torrance able to clean up damage, we are also able to reconstruct your home back to new. Our technicians have certifications in ever field necessary to restore your home "Like it never even happened."

Hard at Work on Storm Job!

Formality & code of behavior in tact! You can always identify SERVPRO of Torrance technician, Pablo Hernandez, by following the sweet sounds of his whistle nearby. Standard Procedure! PS. Don't get in a fluster when you can't keep up with Pablo's suave dance moves!!

Storm Job!

This customer ensured, during his very own home design, that he would be prepared for emergencies. The grass was specially equipped for the weight of our heavy trucks. Way to be one step ahead!