Storm Damage Photo Gallery

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Red Flag Warning for Clover?

The combination of strong winds and dry heat have created red flag warning conditions in many parts of Idaho. SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties responds to storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day. To learn about Red Flag Warnings, read our latest blog here. 

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Excessive Heat in Rock Creek?

Do you know how to stay safe when there is an excessive heat warning? SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties responds to storm damage emergencies throughout the year.  In this blog, we offer important information on staying safe during excessive heat.  To learn about excessive heat safety, read our latest blog here. 

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Storm Warning System in Twin Falls?

Twin Falls weather can be unpredictable. SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties responds to storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day, every day of the year. To learn about emergency warning weather alert systems, read our latest blog here. 

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Flood-prone Properties in Twin Falls?

When you have a storm damage emergency, SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties is Here to Help. ® We mitigate and restore storm damage 24-hours a day. To learn more about our storm damage restoration services, read our latest blog here. 

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Windstorm in Twin Falls?

As trusted leaders in storm damage mitigation, SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties has a team of storm restoration technicians ready to respond to your call 24-hours a day.

To learn more, read our latest blog here. 

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Wind Damage in Twin Falls?

SERVPRO® of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties has a team of highly trained restoration technicians on call 24-hours a day to respond to storm damage emergencies. Call us today at 208-735-1447. We’ll restore your storm damage in Twin Falls, “Like it never even happened.”

To learn more, read our recent storm blog here

Jerome Storm and Mud Cleanup

The tiled floor and fixtures survived the flooding in this Jerome bathroom. By responding swiftly, our SERVPRO team removed any remaining floodwater and then came the time to mop up and remove the mud and silt. Looks easy, but personal protection equipment is used since the water is contaminated with unknown pathogens, fecal matter, pesticides and who knows what else. Call us for a safe and sanitary restoration.

Storm Soaked Garage in Twin Falls

Contaminated groundwater that wicks into the drywall behind the removed appliances requires a controlled demolition. SERVPRO techs can remove the standing water from this Twin Falls garage along with the non-salvageable materials. The preparation for the reconstruction includes a strong antimicrobial spray.

Storm Damage Cleanup In Twin Falls

After your Twin Falls property experiences damage after a storm, call our experts right away! SERVPRO of Twin Falls & Jerome Counties is ready 24/7, locally owned and operated, and Faster to Any Size Disaster. We have the experience, training, and state-of-the-art equipment to restore your home in Twin Falls to pre-damage condition.

Buhl Stormwater Flooding

The water rushed into the vacant Buhl home after a sudden flash flood. SERVPRO techs can arrive quickly to remove the standing water, dry out the hardwood flooring, and mitigate the water damages. No storm is too large for our team.

Buhl Area Wind Storm Damage

When a straight-line wind rips a hole in the roof of a Buhl area structure, this mess is often the case. Unfortunately, kitchen damage is more expensive to restore and repair than a bedroom. SERVPRO teams can temporarily cover the roof damage and remove the contaminated insulation and debris. Restoring a safe environment to the affected area is a crucial first step.

Jerome Flood Cuts

Flooding carries contaminated debris which often requires a controlled demolition. If SERVPRO is called out to a Jerome area home, we can extract the standing water, and remove the damaged drywall at the 2-foot level. This decreases the time and money spent on reinstallation once the structure has been dried.