Storm Damage Photo Gallery

tarping roof

Winds Forced Tarping

Our SERVPRO of Camarillo crew recently were in high demand to tarp roofs in Camarillo due to wind damage from the latest storms caused by the end of La Nina. 

Storm Damage In Camarillo

If your Camarillo home experiences a storm damage disaster our crew is ready 24/7 to answer your call. Our staff is IICRC certified and highly trained. Our state-of-the-art equipment can restore your home to pre-damage condition. SERVPRO of Camarillo will make it “Like it never even happened.”

Stormwater Contaminates a Camarillo Building

When stormwater soaks a carpeted floor and wicks high up the walls in this Camarillo structure, demolition is needed to remove the contaminated building elements and also to expedite the drying process. SERVPRO teams can remove the non-salvageable items, and use our skills to rig equipment to complete the task.

Fire Damage Caused by a Storm In Camarillo

The team to call after a fire damage disaster is SERVPRO of Camarillo. This home was set ablaze by a utility pole that was knocked down during a lighting storm.  We will respond quickly and begin the fire damage restoration process right away. Our crew has the training, advanced equipment, and fire damage experience to restore your home to pre-damage condition. “Like it never even happened.”

Storm Damage – Camarillo Office Building

Storm damage hit this Camarillo office building pretty hard. SERVPRO of Camarillo is an expert in storm damage cleanup and restoration. We have expert technicians that are industry certified and available 24/7 to make it "Like it never even happened.”

Stormwater Damage in Camarillo

The "flood cut' eliminates non-salvageable wallboard after a soaking from stormwater. SERVPRO WRT water damage restoration technicians can arrive swiftly at Camarillo properties to limit the damage caused by the storm. We're Faster To Any Size Disaster.

Camarillo home storm damage

The recent winter storms throughout the Camarillo area have wreaked havoc for so many of our customers.  This customer discovered a roof leak during the recent rains.  Area affected included a secondary room and hallway upstairs and the attice area.  Drying was complicated by delays in fixing the roof leak as the rains continued.


The above photo shows one of the heavier areas in the attic that was affected by the rain and leaks.

Winter storms create havoc on the roads

For the first time in several years, winter storms have hit the Ventura County area hard. Notably, area streams and lakes have had their highest water level in years. However, with the higher water levels comes flooding.  


This photo, taken on highway 101 in northern Ventura County, illustrates just how heavily area roads were impacted by the storms.