Storm Damage Photo Gallery

The Art of Shoveling After a Storm

After 2 minutes of shoveling, a fit person’s heart rate jumps to 86 percent of its max capacity. For less strain, read some tips from Dr. John Forrest, M.D., a heart-health expert at Yale University.

High Winds Cause Big Problems

Winds that reached hurricane force blasted through our area last week. This image, taken in Watertown MA., shows just how strong these winds can be — pulling down power lines like a game of Dominos.

As we brace for another winter storm this week, it's important to check that your gutters and windows are secure. If possible, take a look at your roof too. Exposed areas need to be covered before the snow fall to avoid water & mold damage. 

Frozen Flooding?

Frozen flooding? Is that even possible? We found out the hard way when a "Bomb Cyclone" snow storm hit New England in early 2018, dumping feet (as in plural) of snow during astronomical high tides which caused unprecedented flooding.

Storm Trooper Not Your Enemy!

This Storm Trooper re-wrote public opinion by shoveling out strangers' cars and walkways during a recent storm that paralyzed much of the East Coast.

The storm dumped several inches of snow and caused unprecedented flooding. 

Storm Damage at Page School

SERVPRO of Danvers/Ipswich dispatched crews in the overnight hours when Page School in Newbury, MA flooded due to a burst sprinkler pipe after a particularly nasty winter storm blew through New England. 

Cogswell School in Haverhill, MA Gets Some TLC

Some heavy duty equipment can be seen set up at Cogswell School in Haverhill, MA., after a burst pipe allowed 10,000 + gallons of water to rush through it's halls. SERVPRO of Danvers/Ipswich was called in to start the drying out process. Due to the historical nature of the building, a precise plan and delicate balance of "dry-in-place" procedure began.