Storm Damage Photo Gallery

A dog sits outside in his dog house.

Strong Winds Causing Property Damage in Hilo?

Do you know that your dog’s house can cause wind damage? Our local teams in Hawaii and Maui witness the damage that strong winds can do to homes or buildings. Please read our latest blog here to learn how to protect your property from wind damage.

A tsunami wave is hitting landfall.

Tsunami Preparedness and Safety Information for Hilo?

Our local teams in Hawaii and Maui have the training, equipment, and experience to restore storm damage, no matter how big the job is. Please read our latest blog here to learn about tsunamis and tsunami safety.

A tropical rainforest stream flows along the road to Hana, Maui.

Flooding in Hana?

When rainstorms come to Maui, tranquil streams can become flooding torrents. Our local teams in Hawaii and Maui mitigate and restore storm damage caused by flooding 24-hours a day. Please read our latest blog here to learn more about our storm damage restoration services.

A rainstorm is flooding a road in Maui.

Heavy Rain Damage in Lahaina?

Do you know that rain can enter a home through an improperly installed air conditioning unit? SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui responds to storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day, every day. Please read our latest blog here to learn how to prevent water from entering your home through your air conditioner.

A tropical storm in Hawaii.

Subtropical Cyclone Hits Maui?

Violent storms happen in Hawaii. Last month a subtropical cyclone brought severe weather to the Hawaiian Islands. SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui responds to storm damage emergencies throughout the year. To learn about Kona lows, read our latest blog here.

Rain covers a window obscuring the view outside.

Rain Damage in Keauhou?

Do you know that SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui has a team of restoration technicians on-call to respond to your storm damage emergency every day of the year? To learn about our storm damage restoration services, read our latest blog here.

Hurricane shutters are shown.

Wind Damage in Waikoloa?

Do you know that SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui responds to wind and other storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day? Wind can cause serious damage to homes, but there are things you can do to minimize the threat. To learn how to mitigate wind damage, read our latest blog here. 

A downspout is shown.

Clogged Rain Gutters in Hilo?

SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui responds to storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day. Clogged rain gutters can increase the damage rain can do to a home or business. To learn how to use a pressure washer to clean your rain gutters, read our latest blog here. 

A tropical rainstorm is shown.

Flooding Safety Tips for Kailua-Kona Residents?

SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui responds to storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day. To learn about what you can do after a flooding event, read our latest blog here. 

A yellow caution sign warns drivers of road flooding during heavy rain.

Flood Safety Tips for Hilo?

Did you know that SERVPRO® of Hawaii | SERVPRO® of Maui has been restoring properties damaged by flooding for over twenty years? Severe storms and flooding are common forms of storm damage in Hilo. To learn more about staying safe during a flood or severe storm, read our latest blog here. 

Heavy rain is falling on The Big Island.

Storm Emergency Kit for Kailua-Kona Residents?

Are you prepared for a storm emergency? SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui restores storm-damaged properties throughout the year. To learn more about storm preparedness, read our latest blog here. 

palm tree against a stormy sky

Heavy Rain and Storm Damage in Hilo?

SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui is ready to assist you with storm damage emergencies 24-hours a day in Hilo. Call us today at 808-329-6560. We’ll restore your storm damage, “Like it never even happened.”

To learn more, read our recent blog here

palm tree waving in the wind

Worst Storms in Hawaii History?

SERVPRO® of Hawaii |SERVPRO® of Maui has been responding to storm damage emergencies for years, and we have the equipment, advanced training, and experience to mitigate storm damage emergencies no matter how big the job is. We have equipment strategically placed at two warehouses on the Big Island, so we can respond to any storm emergency quickly. To learn more, read our recent storm blog here

Storm mitigation equipment deployed to a hospital

Storm Equipment

SERVPRO of Hawaii was called after a rain event, where storm flooding happened. We have plenty of equipment and manpower to handle any size water or fire loss. Let us know if you have any questions. 

 
thermal camera view of a water affected wall

Extreme Storm Water Damage in Home

This is our thermal camera detecting severe water damage in a wall. This home had a lot of rain storm damage and our team was quick to identify and start working on a solution to prevent secondary damages. 

drying mat with equipment covering the floor

Drying Mats on Wood Floor

When you have a water loss in your business, the water can seep through the slats in your wood floor and become trapped underneath. In order to protect from it, we use drying mats like these to help extract that water so your business can be back online in no time.

white ceiling with a water bubble on it being held by paint

Ceiling Bubble

The bubble in the ceiling of this Waikiloa home is a sure sign that there is a water leak in the roof after a torrential storm. It is amazing how strong latex paint can be. Roof is a first thing that needs to be addressed and then SERVPRO can fix the ceiling mitigating any potential storm water damage.

Drying equipment set up in an apartment facing a front window

Drying Equipment On Storm Loss

When this home experienced a storm water intrusion from heavy rains, our team was called in to clean up and repair the damage. We brought in the equipment you see pictured here to help speed up the drying process.

3 green SERVPRO vehicles parked outside a business

Emergency service after the storm

SERVPRO of Hawaii's vehicles during an emergency response operation in Kailua Kona. Initial response is very important and requires extensive labor and equipment in order to minimize the further loss.