Storm Damage Photo Gallery

SERVPRO van in front of city hall


What a blessing it is to serve our community!

Basement Clean up in Detroit, MI

SERVPRO of Texarkana traveled to Detroit to help aid in the clean up following a major flood event. 

We have supported many SERVPRO Franchises in many other states as well during weather related events.

Freeze in Virginia

When weather events happen around the country, SERVPRO of Texarkana is prepared to load up and move out. 

This event was in Virginia after a hard freeze.  In this home all the drywall was removed and the structure dried.

Hurricane Sandy

This was what one of our technicians found while working Hurricane Sandy.  SERVPRO of Texarkana is part of the Storm Team and travel to help out where needed!  Our customers love to see our "sea of green" show up!

Moore Oklahoma - Tornado Damage

This used to be a neighborhood, until a mile-wide CAT5 tornado tore through it, demolishing everything in its path. 

It broke our hearts seeing people sifting through the rubble trying to find something, anything that they could salvage.

Most of our customers had never experienced anything like this in their lives and were shell shocked.  More than one customer thanked us for guiding them through the recovery process, advising them on what information they needed to gather for their insurance adjusters and giving them a sense that this time would pass and their lives would become "normal" again. 

Hurricane Relief

Our crew in Houston after Hurricane Harvey. You can see some of the damages here. 

When you are dealing with storm, flood, and water damage, immediate action is crucial. You should choose the company with storm damage experience and expertise that has the resources and equipment to handle the job. SERVPRO of Texarkana can respond immediately to storm and flooding conditions.

Moore, OK

Devastion from the 2013 tornadoes in Moore, OK. When we entered the neighborhood everything appeared "normal" but then you turned the corner and all you could see was utter devastation.  You could see people crawling over the debris, sifting through the rubble trying to find anything that they could salvage from the wreckage.