Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Traveling to help with Hurricane Harvey

Traveling to help with Hurricane Harvey

Our storm team loaded up equipment and headed out to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

When Storm Damage Comes Your Way

When Storm Damage Comes Your Way

In this photo, a room in a resident's home in Athens, AL was affected by storm damage. The roof needed repairing, the ceilings were coming apart, and pipes in the house were damaged at the time of the storm. The residents called SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence counties  to let us repair and restore their home. If you need your home repaired after storm damage, let SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence counties do the job! (256) 233- 4033

What To Do When You Have Storm Damage

What To Do When You Have Storm Damage

After an Athens, AL home was affected from a bad storm, the home owners called SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence counties to help repair where the roof, ceiling, and walls were falling apart. SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence counties wants to help repair and restore your home when storm damage comes your way. Give us a call (256)233-4033 

Storm Team

Storm Team

Our storm team traveled to Houston, Texas in 2016 to help the local SERVPRO Franchise after flooding occurred. SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence Counties is always ready when disaster strikes.

Basement Flood

Basement Flood

This basement flooded after a period of prolonged rain. SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence Counties was able to set drying equipment and make it "Like it never even happened." within a matter of days.

Pipe Burst

Pipe Burst

This is a picture of a burst pipe in Athens, Alabama. SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence Counties promptly responded to the call to lessen damage and reduce restoration costs.

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Freeze  17

Freeze 17

A frozen pipe caused this Athens, Al. business to flood in January 2017. Our emergency response team was on site within hours to begin the mitigation process. Call SERVPRO of Limestone and Lawrence Counties at 256-233-4033 when disaster strikes.