Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Storm Damage to Exterior of Home

Storms can not only cause damage to the interior of your home but also the outside of your home. This storm caused slight flooding on porch. Although it may seem minor, the amount of damage can increase if left there. Be sure to assess all damages to your home, both inside and outside, when looking at your home.

Storm Damage – Citrus Heights Home

Storm damage at this Citrus Heights home broke a window in this hallway. There was a considerable amount of water deposited into the hallway. Pictured is the air moving equipment set up to help dry the walls and floor after the water had been extracted.

Sacramento Commercial Mold Remediation

A recent commercial mold infestation provided us the chance to expose the interior of several walls throughout a large commercial complex in Sacramento California. Commercial structures contain an interesting arrangement of materials, for instance, you may find a wall composed of an outside layer of paint and drywall, below that metal studs, plywood, and then another layer of drywall followed by brick. 


Placerville Storm Erodes Commercial Foundation

The lovely town of Placerville has been hit hard by several storms affecting the surrounding Sacramento, Roseville, and Citrus Heights communities. 

As we can see in the photo, the streams running throughout the town are reaching maximum capacity. With several commercial structures located near the stream, we were called to assess the damage to a property affected by the overflow. 


Mudslide in Placerville

January and February were some of the wettest months on record for the Sacramento, Roseville, Citrus Heights, and Placerville areas. Mud slides occur when storms erode the support of columns of mud, allowing the mud to cascade down steep slopes. This image shows how close one of our customers came to devastation. With proper preparation, damage to your property can be avoided! 

Storm Flooded Citrus Heights Property

The groundwater rose enough to flow into this Citrus Heights home and leave an inch of standing water. Because the owner immediately called us, we started pumping out the water in about one hour. The truck mounted water pump quickly extracted the water, leaving dampness behind. We then rolled up and removed the carpeting. We placed several dehumidifiers and air movers to capture the moisture and dry out the home. The concrete floor base required checking periodically to verify that it was dry because of the slow evaporation rate of concrete.