Storm Damage Photo Gallery

water reflections ceiling lights, gray cubicles, commercial carpet

Stormwater Damage in a West Lynn Business Center

The water flowed in after the rains and soaked several areas of this busy commercial office in West Lynn. The head of a vacuum pump, connected to our truck, is already suctioning off the pooling water. Let's get this business back in business.

brown, backed up sewage in a bathroom

Storm-Induced Sewage Backup in West Lynn

The unpleasant result of groundwater blocking sewage and then backing up into a West Lynn home requires biohazard cleanup from a professional team like SERVPRO. We can pump out and dispose of the contaminated liquid according to codes and then begin the disinfecting process.

ripped ceiling showing joists, insulation and debris on the floor

West Lynn Storm Damaged Roof and Attic

The nor'easter ripped off a section of the roof in this West Lynn home and badly damaged the attic and ceiling. Our SERVPRO team can clean up this safety hazard and then begin the build back.

stripped walls and ceiling panels in this room, ladder against the wall

West Lynn Storm Mitigation

The penetrated roof from a severe nor'easter deposited volumes of water in the attic, ceiling, and walls of this West Lynn property. Luckily, SERVPRO technicians have the skill, experience, and equipment to mitigate the storm damage and begin the restoration process.

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Flood Damage In West Lynn

Don’t let a flood destroy your West Lynn home; call our crew! Our technicians are ready 24/7 and Faster to Any Size Disaster! SERVPRO of Saugus, West Lynn has the certified personnel, expertise, training, and state-of-the-art equipment to restore your West Lynn home to pre-damage condition.

equipment and duct drying crawlspace, earthen ground

West Lynn Flooded Crawlspace

This non-encapsulated crawlspace in a West Lynn house was soaked with groundwater from a flood. SERVPRO arrived swiftly to extract any remaining water and then set up air movers to expedite the drying process. Our goal was to prevent secondary damage like mold growth or weakened floor planks. The flatlay duct was constructed to help port moisture-ladened air from the enclosed area to further increase the evaporation rate.