Storm Damage Photo Gallery

SERVPRO truck in front of a flooded commercial building in Callaway, Florida

Flood Response in Callaway, Florida

2021 has been an extremely stormy, wet, and rainy year for the Panhandle of Florida.  During a recent extreme downpour, many local area homes and businesses experienced significant flooding.  Our team dispatched throughout the Bay County area as soon as the waters began to recede, serving the mitigation needs of our community.

Box truck outside of SERVPRO of Bay County in Panama City, FL

Storm Response - Winter Storm 2021

SERVPRO of Bay County is proud to be part of a network of franchises that travels to help our neighbors in need during large storm events.  Most recently, our team loaded up and headed to Texas to assist with the unprecedented winter storms that had taken place in February 2021.  We have traveled all across the United States for storm work, helping us gain valuable experience and expertise that we can use to further assist our community when local damages strike.

Hurricane Matthew

This beachside dining area of the Ponte Vedra Inn was full of beach sand as a result of Hurricane Matthew. The wind and water surge pushed in multiple sets of french doors and filled the space with sand and debris. Storms and inclement weather can be devastating to any business. Wind damage, heavy rain, and flooding can occur suddenly and cause substantial damage in a matter of minutes. There’s never a convenient time for flooding or storm damage to strike your business. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. So when an emergency situation arises in your business, give us a call and we’ll be there fast with the help you need.

Hurricane Florence victims get help from SERVPRO of Bay County

When Hurricane Florence caused massive flooding in both North and South Carolina the storm team from SERVPRO of Bay County jumped in to help. the majority of homes our team visited had damage from flood waters. In this case the team pulled out affected contents to then be sorted, inventoried and salvage what they could. This process is usually difficult and emotional for the homeowner, our storm team is exceptional at showing empathy while also working swiftly. In the after photo you can see it was necessary to cut the walls four foot up to dispose of contaminated drywall. Only then can the true drying process begin.

The Meeting Must Go On

After Hurricane Michael destroyed the SERVPRO of Bay County offices the team had to stick together and make things work. Our dedicated team made every effort to keep on track, including holding our morning work in progress meetings in a tent. Some days were cold, some were windy and some were both. But the great team at SERVPRO of Bay County stuck it out.

Sea of Green

The Sea of Green was a welcome site to those in the Florida Panhandle following Hurricane Michael.  The category 4 storm left behind a devastation that this area has not ever seen.  SERVPRO of Bay County along with franchises from all over the country were boots on the ground spreading hope and encouragement. 

Hurricane Michael Squad

a Group of SERVPRO employees getting ready for another Hurricane Michael relief event. 

Hurricane Michael destroyed thousands of homes in the Florida Panhandle.  "Displaced residents are counting on us to help them and we are going to do just that.  Getting them back in their home is a priorty for our team.  We understand how it feels because we are all in the same boat" said Sean Grier, owner of SERVPRO of Bay County.

Commercial Water Damage

After Hurricane Michael we had water damage in  multiple units at a local Condominium in Panama City Beach Fl. Here we are staging air movers before taking them to individual units.