Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Winter Storm 2018 water damage

The University of Louisville apartment building, The Nine, suffered tremendous damage due to frozen water pipes that burst.  These pipes leaked water through multiple floors causing significant damage to dozens of units in the building.

Water Pipe Burst

This winter has been brutal in Louisville, Kentucky and this customer didn't survive the below freezing temperatures unscathed.  A frozen water pipe on the second floor burst and caused significant damage to the home.

University of Louisville Sprinkler Burst

SERVPRO of East Louisville working at the University of Louisville to cleanup a classroom building on campus after a sprinkler head busted and 3 floors were affected. We are HERE TO HELP!

Hurricane Irma Storm Damage

SERVPRO of East Louisville is part of the corporate Storm Team.  This means we have the opportunity to send our certified crews to assist in the cleanup and restoration after a hurricane.  After Hurricane Irma hit Miami our team was on site quickly and assisted in the cleanup of over 40 units in a condominium community

Distracted Driver Board Up

A distracted driver ran off of the road and drove straight threw a garage and the car came out of the back of the house. SERVPRO of East Louisville was on scene quickly and boarded up the openings to secure the property before the repairs could be made.

Salem Middle School Flash Flood - Salem, Indiana

SERVPRO of East Louisville was first on the scene of this horrific flash flood in Salem, Indiana.  Our owner, Jason Wilson, happened to be on the property at the time of the flood and went to work right away with the disaster recovery.  Our crews showed up quickly and in a matter of hours pumped thousands of gallons of water and cleared debris from the property.  The damage to the basement was severe since the water rose to completely fill the basement to the ceiling.  Our team extracted water, removed debris, cleaned up inches of mud, dried out the structure, and assisted with the construction to get the classrooms back into working condition before school started session.  The maintenance and school staff were extremely pleased with our efforts and were shocked with how smoothly the entire process went after the flood.