Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Sewage debris on a cement floor of a storage area.

Storm Event Sewage Back Up in Irving Park Neighborhood, Chicago, IL

This loss happened in an condominium building's storage area.  Homeowners have storage stall as well as they keep their items out and about.  During a heavy rainfall sewage came up and pulled on the floor from the city's drains not being able to handle the excess water from all the rains.

Sandy sewage debris came up the bathtub drain.

Storm Sewage Back Up in Roscoe Village, Chicago, IL

When a storm hit the Chicago neighborhoods this customer who lived in a townhome found out that their lower lever of the home was affected by water.  Upon closer inspection the homeowner found out that the bathtub filled with sewage and overflowed into the space leaving behind sand.

Irving Park Neighborhood Affected by Summer Storm

An Irving Park Neighborhood residence was affected by an early summer storm when Chicago’s sewer system couldn’t handle the rains. Sewage came up from the toilet, tub and floor drain in the lower level of the condominium.

Popping Baseboards in Lincoln Park, Chicago, IL

After a spring storm in Lincoln Park Neighborhood in Chicago, IL some homeowners had to be put on a waiting list due to the volume of calls. In this photo you can see how the baseboard has pulled away from the wall and suspected microbial growth is forming in circle patterns from the water damage.

Bright Sunny Skies After Harvey in Texas

After Texas was hit by Hurricane Harvey our teams went down to lend a helping hand. Neighborhoods were full of homeowners’ water damaged items set out on the curbs. A lot of these homes didn’t have coverage and homeowners depended on each other for help.

Lake Michigan Spills into a Lake Shore Drive Residence

A residence on Lake Shore Drive north of Oak Street Beach in Chicago Illinois had a floating appliance situation. A summer storm with high winds had the Lake Michigan waves crashing over the drive, overwhelming the sewer system and filling the home four feet deep in water.