Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Hall Park Chimney Causing Storm Damage

The driving rainstorm blew off the chimney cap, and water poured down the flue into the living room of this home in Hall Park. We repaired the cap on the roof and then proceeded to extract the water from the carpeting.

Storm Damage – Norman Sun Room

Storm damage at this Norman home destroyed the sun room. SERVPRO was called to remediate the damage and rebuild the structure. After clearing the rubble and reinforcing the structure, we provided the finish work that led to the photo above.

Michigan Storm Team

After a microburst storm flooded parts of Michigan, our team went to help out with the aftermath. SERVPRO of Norman is able to respond quickly to storm events anywhere in the continental US, and we have aided in disaster recovery efforts across the country on several occasions.

Minnesota Storm Team

Portions of Minnesota were flooded after days of heavy rain. Our team traveled to help with clean up.  We were on site within 24 hours of receiving a call for help. We have trucks loaded and ready respond to disasters anywhere in the country.  

The Financial Center

A tornado hop-scotched across town causing damage everywhere it touched down. The winds lifted the roof of the Financial Center and slammed it back down breaking all the water drains. Heavy rains followed and flooded the six-story building. SERVPRO provided extraction services to all levels of the building. Structural drying was performed to keep all tenants and businesses up and running.


Our team strives to help make every disaster seem, “Like it never even happened.” We have been a part of the community since 2002. Our water damage and fire damage technicians are certified through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. No one plans on a disaster, but we are prepared to handle anything large or small. Our team is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year to provide quality workmanship through excellent service.

Mercy Hospital

A series of tornadoes pounded the Oklahoma City area and the Mercy Hospital took on a direct hit. The hospital was under construction and was three weeks from being released to the Mercy Hospital System. SERVPRO worked in conjunction with the General Contractor to remove water and dry the structure while providing stabilization services in the form of desiccant dehumidification and portable air conditioning.