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Prince William County Faces Storm Damage

Our storm damage technicians will respond quickly to your call in North Prince William County, VA. We are locally owned and operated. Our experts at SERVPRO of North Prince William County have the training, equipment, and experience to restore your home to pre-damage condition. "Like it never even happened." 


Recovering From Storm Damage In Your Local Area

SERVPRO of North Prince William County, VA encourages residential and commercial properties to prepare for a storm. Damage caused by wind, wind-driven rain, trees and the collapse of a structure due to the weight of ice or snow are typically all covered under most standard homeowners policies. Check your policy and call your insurance if you need confirmation on what your policy covers. 

  • Call your insurance and file a claim. 
  • Take photos or videos of the damage.
  • If a temporary tarp is necessary to prevent further damages, call your local restoration company SERVPRO of North Prince William 703-368-4399. 
  • Do NOT conduct full service repairs to your property until the insurance company has inspected the property and reached an agreement on the cost of restoration. 
  • Save ALL receipts. 
  • If your property is inhabitable see if your policy will cover for additional temporary living arrangements. 

Flooding Inside Residential Property

Flooding inside a residential property. Our team began the water removal process immediately. Our crews use powerful pumps and vacuum units to remove water from the property, this assists in preventing secondary water damage and microbial growth. Once the excess water was removed, air movers and dehumidifiers were placed to properly dry the area and to prevent any moisture damage to contents. 

Water and flooding emergencies can happen anytime, our team is ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week - including holidays. We provide immediate emergency water services day or night. 


Lightening Can Cause Fires

If any residential or commercial property is hit with Lightening it can result in a fire as well as shorting out electrical devices that might be plugged in. These fires can travel. A safety check with your local fire department could give you tips to prevent an electrical fire due to a storm in your home. 

Collapsed Ceiling

Ceiling Collapse

Ceiling collapses in a house can cause serious injury and damage to the room. The Building Commission in fact reported that it had become aware of ceiling collapses particularly in home constructed between 2005-2009. This prompted an investigation into the problem by the Building Commission.

What Causes a Ceiling to Collapse?

  • A roof can collapse due to negligence or faulty actions.
  • Neglecting to perform or poorly performing routine maintenance.
  • Incorrect access and use of roof space.
  • Failing to treat infestations or termites.
  • Not building the house to code, poor workmanship.
  • Failing to repair cracks, water damage, or leak issues.
  • Storm Damage

If you notice signs, give us a call 703-368-4399.

Tree Fall

Tree Falls Can Cause Serious Damage

Trees can add a lot to the value of your property. If this happens, the results can be expensive if not handled immediately, wind, rain and snow can double the damage. SERVPRO of North Prince William County can remove the tree, tarp the roof to keep weather out and repair even the exterior and interior of your property. Give us a call 703-368-4399.