Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Twenty-plus SERVPRO workers staging outside of large SERVPRO semis and trucks during storm event

National Storm Response

Day or night, SERVPRO of Romulus is standing by to help on any size loss. Pictured above is a large-loss crew staging for a storm event in our region. No matter the time, no matter the size of loss, and no matter the place, we can be there when needed to make it "Like it never even happened." 

Text comparison of the terms "Advisory," "Watch," and "Warning"

Severe Weather Terminology

Being aware of the differences between the terms "storm advisory," "watch," and "warning" can be very beneficial and informative when deciding how to respond to hazardous weather conditions. From all of us at SERVPRO of Romulus - please stay informed and stay safe. Local weather advisories can be crucial in times of storm, always be sure to listen and follow directions when broadcast by your local authorities. 

Faster to Any Size Disaster

Our crew has had the benefit of comprehensive SERVPRO and IICRC training programs in addition to years of experience responding to pipe bursts, home fires and septic backups in the Detroit area. Our office staff are available to answer your questions, work with your insurance company and help guide you through the restoration process. We work together as a team to help make your home or business "Like it never even happened."

If there's a storm in the Romulus Area--we have you covered!

Storm and flood damage require specialized restoration techniques and equipment. When a storm hits your Saginaw home, you need the company with storm damage experience and expertise. SERVPRO of Romulus/Taylor can respond immediately to storm and flooding conditions.

SERVPRO has your back through a storm!

SERVPRO of Romulus/Taylor doesn't just clean and restore the inside of your home. If you have fire or storm damage, we can help fix the any part of your home that's damaged.

Storm Damage - Romulus SERVPRO Sends Help

The Storm Damage Team from the Romulus/Taylor SERVPRO Franchise traveled to New Jersey to help co-ordinate the storm damage restoration needed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.  As you can see this business was badly damaged by the flood waters.  Ground water entering a structure from a flood must be considered grossly contaminated.  Generally storm flooding requires that affected porous materials inside a building must be removed.  Less porous, or non-porous surfaces, such as concrete floors and the metal studs shown in the photo above, can usually be saved and cleaned to a sanitary level. Water entering a Whatever the disaster, call SERVPRO!