Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Two orange buckets sitting in brown water.

Go, Team Go!

SERVPRO of La Crosse County is on the case! In this case we had a flooded basement incident. After a heavy rain, this La Crosse residence suffered greatly from the collection of contaminated water. However, they called our team quickly & we got to work remediating! 

Large building made up of logs.

Hotel Event Center Water Leak

Team Norris is on site of a water loss at a local Hotel Event Center. Our office was called out to repair and mitigate water damage quickly so that they company could get back to business in a timely manner. 

Foot print shown in slush inside an indoor doorway.

Slush Inside

A pipe broke and started leaking inside this Wisconsin home. Unfortunately, the leak continued on for a week before it was discovered. Once the damage was found, the home owner called SERVPRO of La Crosse County! 

Green SERVPRO vehicles parked outside of a building.

Storm or Water?

SERVPRO of La Crosse County is always prepared for any type of disaster. The main difference between a water damage and flood damage is where the cater comes from. Flood damage comes from a natural water source. Water damage is man made.

Ceiling with parts removed. There is bare wood exposed.

Storm Damage

When your business operations are interrupted by fire, water or storm damage, you need professional help to get your property back to business. Call SERVPRO of La Crosse County| SERVPRO of Adams, Crawford, Vernon, South Monroe & South Juneau now! (608) 786-0387

High brown water up against a blue home.

Flooding Residence

Water is Fast! Give SERVPRO of Adams, Crawford, Vernon, South Monroe & South Juneau a call at the first sign of damage. Time is of the essence to prevent mold growth inside your residence after a flood

Green SERVPRO vans.

Storm & Floods

Fast extraction with efficiency starts with SERVPRO of La Crosse's expert team. Storm damage, flood damage never leaves time for hesitancy. Always have SERVPRO’s number handy, in case of emergency. (608) 786-0387

Basement Seepage

When there is a sudden thawing situation and it is also raining-there tends to be water where there shouldn't be...This was the case for a local home owner.  These type of situations are most often times, not a covered loss.

Either way, it should be mitigated quickly and correctly.  SERVPRO of La Crosse County arrives on site, assesses what's going on, determines the course of action needed to remedy the situation, and then gets to work.  

  Your #WeAreLocal GREEN team was slammed with calls in a short amount of time, but we got to everyone that we could.We were able to call in our Storm Team to help with all the calls.  With determination, the SERVPRO teams took care of everyone that wanted help.

Have water where it shouldn't be?  608.786.0387

Ice Dams Can be Problematic

The weather this last winter has not been the greatest.  With record snow fall and melting and freezing and melting and more freezing, ice dams have been a big cause of concern.  

The quickest way to prevent damaging ice dams is to: 

  • Use a roof rake to pull excess snow down.
  • Check your attic insulation and ventilation

If for some reason, you do find water has gotten into your home, do not wait to get it taken care of.  608.786.0387

Tornado Warning!

Spring will soon be in full swing and with it comes the threat of severe weather and tornadoes.  The are different ways to react to this situation and it will depend on whether you are inside or outside.  

Your #wearelocal GREEN team can be there to help with the clean up after the storm clears. It can be a daunting task, let SERVPRO help with the heavy work to help make it

"Like it never even happened". 608.786.0387 

Storms Rip Through the Area

This last summer, we had a flood of calls come in due to the storms that swept across our area.  Your #wearelocal GREEN team responded to over 300 calls in just a few days.  Damage to any home or business during a storm situation can be overwhelming.  

Let SERVPRO be there to help pick up the pieces and put things back together to make it "Like it never even happened". 608.786.0387

Watch VS Warning

Are you able to tell the difference between a thunderstorm watch and a thunderstorm warning...?

A watch lets one know to be prepared for possible severs weather.  A warning means to action because severe weather is imminent.  

Have multiple ways to receive weather updates during storms.  Keep an eye to the sky and #BePrepared.

Flood and Mud!

Your SERVPRO of La Crosse was busy in July of 2017 with the storms and all the flooding.  One of our first jobs on the Friday morning was cleaning mud that fell off a bluff and through a home.  SERVPRO was there to help with clean up process.