Storm Damage Photo Gallery

Ocean Storm Surge

The Jersey Shore is particularly vulnerable to flooding due to ocean and river storm surges. Towns like Sea Bright, Rumson, Little Silver and Fair Haven are all bordered by the Navesink and Shrewsbury Rivers, which during a major storm can see a surge over two to three feet which can affect your home.

Winter Freeze Causes Major Damage

The Jersey Shore suffered frigid temperatures combined with a snow storm that dumped over a foot of snow in our area which resulted in frozen and broken pipes throughout Monmouth County. In many cases our kerosene heater was needed.

Air Movers on the Move

The cold snap of January 2018 caused an overabundance of frozen and burst pipes. SERVPRO of Eatontown/Long Branch took to the road with all the extractors, air movers and dehumidifiers we had. 

Heater Needed to Dry Out Basement

A large portion of Monmouth County lies at or just above sea level. Many homes are affected with major water damage in basements when the area rivers and ocean tides surge. This heater was used to dry out a basement in Monmouth Beach

Winter Storm Grayson Hits the Jersey Shore

The Jersey Shore, along with the entire East Coast, was bombarded with frigid temperatures and a "bomb cyclone" that dumped over a foot of snow in our area. SERVPRO of Eatontown/Long Branch was out and about, helping our customers deal with resulting issues.

Devastation after Hurricane

Coastal towns are especially vulnerable during hurricanes, getting hit by wind, rain, and ocean flooding. This photo in Sea Bright, NJ, shows the devastation after Hurricane Sandy, which also dealt with tidal flooding of the Shrewsbury River as well.