Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Protection setup on floors and walls in kitchen during flood damage cleanup.

Flood Damage Cleanup Mariemont, OH

This home in Mariemont, OH, suffered from flood damage. Our SERVPRO of East Central Cincinnati team is the trusted leader in flood damage cleanup and restoration. Please give us a call today if your home or business suffers from storm and flood damage.

Rolling out

There are many times that areas get hit with natural disasters and the local SERVPRO Franchise can't handle the volume of work that is coming in. When that happens, SERVPRO of East Central Cincinnati rolls out to help them with the storm event. It is our honor to be able to serve others.

Flooding In Commercial Building

When too much rain falls too quickly, it can overwhelm the storm drains and cause backups into your home or business leaving flooding like this. If this happens to you, call SERVPRO. We'll make it "Like it never even happened."

Flooded Office From Storm

Heavy rains can cause storm drains to back up and force stormwater into your home or business. That was the case in this office. Our team was able to have them back up and running quickly.

Storm Drain Backup

This facility suffered flooding when heavy rains caused a backup in the storm drains. When we arrived at the facility, the first thing we needed to deal with was the standing water in the building.

Temporary power during a winter storm

SERVPRO of East Central Cincinnati was extremely busy during the first week of 2018 due to sub-zero temperatures and had to utilize a large generator to supply a commercial project.

2018 Cincinnati Polar Vortex

Truck and trailer ready for the frozen pipes bursts. If you have frozen pipes from the winter freeze, give us a call. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond to your disaster.

Large Loss Trucks

  We at SERVPRO of East Central Cincinnati consider ourselves blessed to have the relationships we have developed with other SERVPRO franchises to help us restore our community after the storms of 2016.  Thank you all for your help..