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We Ensure Your Safety After A Flood In Wilmington

3/4/2020 (Permalink)

Our air movers drying the carpet in this home We have the state of the art equipment necessary to handle your flood damage. Call us right away to prevent further damage.

Avoiding Hazards After Flood Damage in Wilmington

Living in Wilmington, homeowners are typically prepared for a flood and understand that flooding is America's most common natural disaster. Chances are you have an emergency kit and a plan for when a disaster strikes. Often people are prepared for when a flood hits but do not always consider the aftermath of the flood and the implications to your home.

Flood damage in your Wilmington home following a natural disaster is common and requires immediate attention. Often the floodwater recedes so there is not a need for pumping out water and large-scale extraction but the water left can be contaminated and even carrying dangerous microbes with bacteria or viruses. It is crucial to clean up properly after a flood and be mindful of potential hazards

SERVPRO technicians comply with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) standards to ensure the safety of residents and their own safety. This means that the lead technician or project manager inspects for hazards before work in your home begins. They identify hazards such as damaged ceilings that could collapse, slipping hazards, electrical dangers, clearly contaminated water, and other things that may pose safety issues.

SERVPRO flood damage restoration technicians have a hierarchical system for determining the plan for avoiding the hazard. The first thing they decide is if they can get rid of or eliminate the hazard, or can they substitute something else in its place. Second, they decide if they may need to engineer a structure or path within the work environment to avoid the situation and limit the exposure to risk.

Third, they decide if they can accomplish the through administrative means, meaning workers may be trained to do something differently. As a last resort, technicians wear personal protective gear (PPE) to protect themselves from potential hazards. However, this is typically the last resort when it comes to hazardous conditions after a flood.

Contact SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere (General Contractor: 1992104829) at (302) 992-0104 for 24/7 assistance after a flood or any other disaster. We make it "Like it never even happened."

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Winning Strategies for Flood Damage Remediation in Wilmington

2/19/2020 (Permalink)

White lab sitting on SERVPRO floor mat Blu and SERVPRO are always ready to take your call.

How to Cope with Flood Damage in Your Wilmington Residence

When flooding occurs, it can disrupt your typical day-to-day life and lead to emotional distress. Floodwater is rarely palatable and pure. The murky pools hold much filth, including staining sediments and hazardous bacteria.

If you do not handle the flood damage in your Wilmington residence promptly, its long-term effects can lead to expensive repairs and health problems for you and your family. Floodwater can ruin building materials and household items such as carpets, hardwood floors, and upholstery. When faced with such a disaster, please seek professional help to ensure your home's restoration to its pre-damaged state. A licensed and experienced restoration company like SERVPRO can quickly handle the situation.

Our team can evaluate whether it is possible to decontaminate and restore affected structures and contents, or whether we should remove and replace them. We decide to either replace or repair affected items based on several factors, including:

  • The pretest results
  • The nature of contamination
  • The porosity of the material

Our team can demolish unsalvageable materials like contaminated carpet and pad, drywall, wood trim, door trim, and window trim. We provide a full flood damage cleanup and restoration service working diligently to deal with all the problems that flooding causes. We can remove debris, silt, and other substances that floodwaters may have brought into your home. Preventing further damage is our focus, and our experienced staff ensures efficient and smooth completion of the restoration process.

Excess water in your house can cause significant destruction, including mold growth, gas, and electrical hazards, and water staining. We can extract the water using electrical submersible pumps. After getting rid of all the floodwater, our team can dry out your home to ensure we have removed all moisture from walls, ceilings, and floors to avoid mold growth.

We can also perform exterior cleaning because floodwaters can also wreak havoc outdoors. For instance, filth can coat or stain the exterior of your house. Our SERVPRO team can use brooms, rakes, and pressure washing equipment to remove the grime. Like other products we use indoors, our outdoor solutions are non-toxic, eco-friendly, and biodegradable. These products are an excellent way to clean your home without ruining building materials or the environment.

After experiencing flood damage, you need prompt, professional help. SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere can help you clean up your home. Contact us 24/7 at (302) 992-0104 for efficient flood restoration services.

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Be Prepared for Severe Storms in the Wilmington Area--Call SERVPRO for Advice or Service

12/18/2019 (Permalink)

encapsulated crawlspace, poly sheeting SERVPRO Says to Protect Wilmington Crawlspaces from Storms and Flooding with Encapsulation

Fixing and Preventing Wind Storm Damage in Wilmington

Each year in the United States, at least 867,000 people are affected by thunderstorms. Lightning alone accounts for at least 300 injuries per year. Globally, 16 million thunderstorms occur each year, and at least 2,000 storms are causing damages and injuries at any given time. Not only are severe storms and related damages stressful for homeowners to endure, but repairs can be costly and lead to long-term damages from mold and bacteria without professional cleanup. Is your number up?

If your Wilmington home has offered storm and flood damage, IICRC-certified SERVPRO technicians are always available to return your home to a preloss condition whenever possible. These technicians use EPA-registered antimicrobials along with a bevy of cutting-edge technologies to safely clean and repair structures. This SERVPRO also has a contracting license for general, residential, and commercial purposes (#1992104829), so you can have your residence fixed even more quickly by a professional, well-rounded team.

Storm-Proofing Your Windows
?    Window replacements. Consider replacing your current windows with heavy-duty ones that have built-in wind resistance. Many modern windows are crafted from shatter-resistant glass that can lower energy costs and improve insulation.
?    Hurricane film. This quick, low-maintenance storm prevention option can stay in place all year long. Hurricane film also protects against UV rays. If debris or other circumstances break your windows, this film can also prevent glass shards from entering your property. However, hurricane film cannot prevent the displaced window frames.
?    Storm shutters. One of the primary causes of damaged windows is high-speed winds from storms. These winds can fling debris, hail, and many other items at high speeds that can cause considerable damage to structures. However, storm shutters offer adequate protection against such occurrences.

How SERVPRO Restores Your Home
If leakage from a displaced window frame or loose window seal is affecting your walls and hardwood floors, SERVPRO technicians have a variety of extraction tools available to prepare the area for drying. For small-scale damages, floorboards can be dried and replaced as necessary depending on their condition. Small holes may be drilled in walls to encourage ventilation, which is especially beneficial for drying insulation that has been affected by water. Technicians may erect polyethylene chambers to facilitate drying in a more contained space.

SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere strives to leave your home looking, "Like it never even happened." For lightning-fast disaster cleanup 24/7, call (302) 992-0104.

We Discuss How To Prevent Storm Damage To Your Wilmington Crawlspace With Encapsulation

11/23/2019 (Permalink)

Crawlspace after storm damage Give our SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere team a call for an estimate and assessment at (302) 992-0104.

Preventing Storm Damage with Wilmington Crawlspace Encapsulation

Direct care of the crawlspace beneath a Wilmington home can help to reduce and even prevent loss and damage after severe weather events take place. Even contending with excessive groundwater that can become an issue after a steady rain, encapsulation provides a means of protecting the crawlspace from immediate damages and preventing the migration of hazardous and harmful effects to the living space above this open area.

Preventing a flood in Wilmington crawlspaces begins with having the right installed barriers and protective measures. Our SERVPRO team can assess the needs of your crawlspace in this regard by speaking with the homeowner and getting underneath your home to directly examine the affected areas.

Encapsulation hinges on the installation and application of thick 6 mil lay-flat poly sheeting. This material is the same used by our professionals to contain a damaged area for more efficient and effective drying or recovery. In this sense, the sheeting gets installed along the ground, and in many cases, the walls of the crawlspace and even along the floor joists above this area. The plastic sheeting is moisture resistant, keeping any groundwater or flooding from seeping through it.

Water diversion equipment can also help you to do even more to combat groundwater and the destructive flooding after severe weather events. With the installation of devices like sump pumps, our SERVPRO team can redirect water flow from this crawlspace area out to a drainage area a safe distance from your household.

Preventing moisture in this space beneath the main floor of your house reduces the threat of microbial and fungal growth. Preventing colonization of mold spores can also help to reduce any airborne health effects that come with exposure to these colonies when they affect subflooring and supports underneath the floor of your first level.

Knowing what to expect with crawlspace encapsulation can help homeowners to appreciate how they can better protect their properties commonly affected by flooding and storm damage. Give our SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere team a call for an estimate and assessment at (302) 992-0104.

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Safe Cleaning & Rebuilding After Flood Damage to a Wilmington Home

10/17/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO equipment on the floor in a room. Let SERVPRO show you the safe way to clean your Wilmington flood damage.

We know safety when it comes to your Wilmington home flood damage. 

Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States today, and homeowners near the Delaware River are familiar with the risks that living near bodies of water can present. However, it is just as important to be vigilant about the effects of flooding after cleanup: after all, this type of disaster creates an environment where microbes and bacteria can thrive.

If stormy weather or river swells cause flood damage in your Wilmington residence, certified SERVPRO technicians are prepared to come to your property at a moment's notice to mitigate damage and return your home to a clean, safe condition. Not only are these professionals available 24 hours a day, but they can also use sophisticated tools and equipment to sanitize your home after flooding occurs. 

Floods can pose many risks to homeowners besides the development of mold. Floodwater often contains microbes, sewage, and other contaminants that can be unsafe for any resident. With this in mind, SERVPRO gets straight to work cleaning your home. Structures can be power washed as needed. Spaces in wall cavities and beneath floors and subfloors may need water removed with the aid of back-mounted or truck-mounted extractors, depending on the severity of the flood. Disinfection, a step often handled after drying in clean water disasters, must be done first in a flood situation. Sanitizing the area before drying it also prevents the spread of microbes and contaminants in the air. 

Once items have been cleaned in your home, SERVPRO can use centrifugal air movers and industrial-grade dehumidifiers that kill microbes and odors. Porous items, like carpet and pad, must be disposed of at the discretion of supervisors and insurance adjusters to minimize risk to homeowners. After removing water, disinfecting and drying your home, SERVPRO can do more than recommend a professional for home restoration. This team possesses a general contractor license (#1992104829) and can work with you to restore your home even more extensively after flood cleanup.

SERVPRO of Hockessin/Elsmere is dedicated to providing the community with service that leaves your home looking, "Like it never even happened." Call (302) 992-0104 today if you have a disaster that needs lightning-fast professional cleanup that begins within hours.

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We Have Cutting Edge Equipment In Wilmington After A Flood

9/23/2019 (Permalink)

a ladder set up for our tech to work on the roof of this home after a tree fell During a summer windy storm a tree in the yard fell on a home. The tree penetrated the roof and went into the bedroom. We showed up right away.

Emergency Construction Services for Flooded Wilmington Homes 

Flooding is not always kind to the structural integrity and construction of Wilmington homes. In many situations, contractors must address vulnerabilities in your house’s construction before professional restorers like ours can get started on the effective mitigation practices that reduce your loss. Emergencies like these do not always get addressed as readily as they could if you are choosing a restorer other than our SERVPRO team. 

One of the features that set our technicians and team apart from the competition is the comprehensive service we offer for flood damage in Wilmington properties. From our skilled professionals accredited through the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) in water restoration, structural drying, cleaning, and mold remediation to our licensed (#1992104829) residential contractors, we can help you however you need. 

When your property requires structural repairs and emergency construction solutions, you can wait for days or more for a reputable contractor to become available when subbing out the work on your own. Our SERVPRO professionals have a fast response to these emergencies, using the full extent of our personnel and recovery inventory to ensure that no customer waits longer than necessary to begin restoration on their home. 

Emergency construction solutions can mean several different things for a property, and much of this correlates to how flooding originates in the home. If a fallen tree has allowed runoff into the house, our customers can expect our contractors to begin tree removal and structural repairs to temporarily seal off openings until mitigation completes. As full-service contractors, our professionals can also establish temporary fencing, repair damaged utilities like the plumbing and electric, and contend with any structural issues inside the house. 

We strive to provide every customer with a tailored experience that shows them that their home is a top priority to our team. During storm loss events where flooding occurs, this fast and confident response matters the most. Give our SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere whenever you need us at (302) 992-0104. Our expertise and deep inventory of cutting-edge equipment can make flood losses “Like it never even happened.”

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How to Dry Your Water Damaged Wilmington Basement

7/15/2019 (Permalink)

Did your basement unexpectedly become an indoor pool? Call SERVPRO for fast and effective remediation.

Flood Extraction in Your Wilmington Basement 

Flooding, even from breaches caused by storm damages to your Wilmington home, can find its way to the lowest levels and collect in your basement. The most common pathway for pooling water in this subterranean floor is through a deteriorating block wall, where water can find penetration points and reach the interior. Even with a drain system and graded concrete floors, flooding through these vulnerabilities could become devastating for your property. To counteract these effects, you need a fast response by competent professionals like our restoration team.

The faster that you can secure qualified professionals to address flood damage in your Wilmington home, the less detrimental these pooling effects can become. Our SERVPRO professionals have comprehensive training and experience gained through certification coursework designed by the standard-setting Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to become Water Restoration Technicians (WRT), many of which also have additional endorsements in Applied Structural Drying (ASD.) Our team can quickly assess the severity of the situation and develop an effective plan to mitigate and restore these conditions.

Flood recovery hinges significantly on finding the vulnerabilities and penetration points that allowed the emergency to occur in the first place. For your basement, this often means learning where block breaches exist, and earmarking these for full replacement or using more immediate strategies like hydraulic cement to prevent further infiltration. 

Extraction is a critical component of this flood recovery as well, and our SERVPRO team has a broad inventory of water removal equipment to address every severity we might encounter. From our wet-vacs and extraction wands to our engine-driven, gas-powered trash pumps, we can offer an effective removal strategy for every scenario involving standing water and oversaturation. We even have truck-mount options in our Green Fleet to provide an even more powerful solution when conditions are dire. 

Recovery after a flood loss can feel overwhelming for homeowners, but our SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere team can help. We have a wide range of sophisticated tools and machines that can quickly remove standing water and work to make these damaging disasters “Like it never even happened.” Give our professionals a call 24/7 at (302) 992-0104. 

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Storms Can Bring Down Trees

6/13/2019 (Permalink)

Trees Down After a Storm

Spring & Summer Storms Can Cause Damage to Your Home

Did you know thunderstorms cause a whooping $15 billion in property damage, in the U.S. annually? There are about 100,000 thunderstorms each year in the U.S.  Fun Fact: Worldwide there are an estimated 16 million thunderstorms each year, and approximately 2,000 thunderstorms in progress in any given moment.  (nssl.noaa.gov) While most thunderstorms can be less severe, some can be destructive and frightening. You should know the safest part in your home to go to during an event such as the basement or in area away from windows.  An emergency list or kit should be readily available.  These things should include: flashlights, extra batteries, weather radio, canned/dry goods, don’t forget the pets, can opener, bottled water, first aid kit, blankets, extra clothing, prescriptions etc.  Your important ID’s, should be in a safe place you are able to access if needed.  Maintaining your home properly always is a plus.   Tree limbs that are overgrown should be trimmed; roofs may need repairing from the harsh winter.  These small maintenance upkeeps may help during such an event.  Sometimes under the right conditions, rainfall can cause flash flooding. A lot of times you may have “no” or “limited coverage” coverage on your homeowners’ insurance.   Flooding is a common claim we take care of here at SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere. If you sustain water damage after a storm we are here to help. 302 992 0104

Storm Safety

1/8/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO Cares

Once again, we here in the Hockessin / Elsmere area will be dealing with potent storms this winter season. Dealing with rain, snow and sleet storms usually we can expect them to bring along flash flooding and unload some heavy rain and snow upon us. Some simple tips to do and precautions to take can often times help us be safer. Make sure your gutters are clear and free of debris, allowing water to properly flow.  Make sure outdoor furniture is put away or secured keeping it from blowing. Your outdoor hoses should be disconnected and turned off to help from freezing. Sump pumps in lower levels of the home should be checked to see if they are working properly and if they have a battery backup. If you are a person who lights candles during storms, be sure to practice candle safety as well. We here at SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere care about your well-being.

Helpful Snow Storm Tips

12/18/2018 (Permalink)

Making an Outdoor Grill in the Snow

Although winter season is not officially here it sure does feel like it! By taking some preventative measures, it may help reduce damage if a snow storm hits. There are many helpful tips you can find and may already know. SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere has some tips to keep in mind as this cold weather is here are:

  1. Make sure all outdoor furniture is secured or the tarps you may have wrapped them with are snug
  2. Secure any decorative flags, wreaths or any loose fencing from being blown away
  3. Make sure your yard is free of small branches from being a flying projectile
  4. Have salt ready to help melt your sidewalks or your snow blower easily accessible
  5. Make sure you have windows securely closed and proper insulation around within your home
  6. Know the proper safety uses for operating a generator or grills. Improper use can cause carbon monoxide poisoning or start fires
  7. Keep extra batteries, candles and blankets handy
  8. Pay attention to local news alerts for safety information

It's a dirty job - but SERVPRO can do it!

11/21/2018 (Permalink)

It's a dirty job - but SERVPRO can do it!

Storms with tremendous amounts of rain with a long duration can cause an array of issues. One thing that may happen is the water table remains high and there is nowhere for the water to go. The water table simply is when water seeps into the ground and moves downward into the ground until it is no longer permeable. When the ground cannot any longer hold water, it means it is saturated. The upper surface of the zone of saturation is called the water table. When this happens, the water has to go somewhere. Sometimes it can back up sewer systems and cause the water to back flow into homes and buildings. It can be an awful experience as the sewage is just not from your home but from the street’s as well. The raw sewage and odor are very unpleasant. This picture is an example of this situation described above. It is dirty job but SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere can do it.

Tree through Window During Windy Storm

11/6/2018 (Permalink)

Tree Through Window During a Wind Storm

Storms not only have to come in the form of flooding and heavy rains to seriously affect your home. Storms can come in the form of high winds ripping off roofs that can cause damage. High winds can also knock down power lines causing power to go out. Power lines can also get ripped down that may cause a surge within your home and cause a fire. Here is a photo of a house where a tree branch went through a window. You can see the glass all over the floor and parts of the tree branches within the glass. The home sustained broken windows, minor clean up and content damage and some wall painting and repair. Luckily the homeowner and his pet were out of harms way and were safe. SERVPRO of Hockessin / Elsmere was happy to help.

Storm Information

9/10/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO rain gauge

In the past few days our area has and still is experiencing quite an amount of rainfall. We took a look at our water meter and WHOA! Our Newport area has received so much water. The water comes down so fast in such a short period of time. Due to areas being dry this time of year, a lot of water absorbed in the ground. There are some areas though that are in the lower elevation parts and are receiving a lot water intrusion.  When following the weather you can prepare somewhat by making sure all your sump pumps are properly functioning. During the weather event you should sporadically monitor your basement and or crawlspace.  Preparing is essential because you can possibly correct an issue to prevent damage before it happens.  Monitoring is important too because you can be on top of what is occurring in your home.

Spring Can Not Come Soon Enough

9/1/2018 (Permalink)

Storm Devastation

Major snow and high winds event that occurred at the very beginning of March caught everyone off guard. With temperatures in February reaching almost 70 degrees on a couple days, no one would have ever imagined the devastation to come. After over 24 hours of high winds reaching over 50 mph this customers’ home was left almost unlivable. The large tree that fell destroyed a car and left a huge hole in the roof. Our SERVPRO ofHockessin/Elsmere crew was called by the customers’ insurance company and we were out within the hour. We were able to place a tarp on the roof to cover the large holes insuring that no further damage would occur until the roof could get fully repaired. The homeowner was amazed at what SERVPRO was capable of doing. We are always here to help, and committed to our community.

Storm Down Pours Area

6/13/2018 (Permalink)

Tree falls on home

Storms often blow through our area leaving small impact on many people.  Storms also come through our area leaving a lot of damage. Storms can leave behind quite a mess sometimes.  SERVPRO of Hockessin knows how to help the people that are affected by the storms.  In this case a tree fell on a home.  Luckily no one was severely injured.  The tree came crashing down in the middle of the night and went into the bedrooms.  The tree broke windows and smashed part of the roof.  The inside of the home sustained water damage.  Walls crumbled in some areas as well.  We were able to help this customer get the damages taken care of and clean up the mess left behind by the tree. 

Winterize Your Vehicle

1/8/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO truck ready for the winter weather.

Preparing for extreme cold weather is not only important for your home but also your car. Your vehicle functions in rain, snow, ice, hail, salted roads, and freezing temperatures. It is important to make sure your vehicle is properly equipped to handle all of the winter weather elements. 

Before the winter weather has begun, you should have your car checked by a mechanic for antifreeze, brakes, tires, windshield wipers, heater, defroster, etc. While using your car throughout the winter, it is best to keep your gas tank at least half full. Salting and sanding your driveway or road is helpful for minimizing ice and increasing traction.

An emergency kit for your car is essential when preparing for the winter's extreme weather. Your vehicles emergency kit should include the following:

  • Jumper Cables
  • Ice Scraper
  • Flares or reflective triangle
  • Car cellphone charger
  • Sand for better traction
  • Extra Blanket

Christmas Party During a Snow Storm!

12/19/2017 (Permalink)

Christmas Party in the Snow

SERVPRO's 2017 Christmas party was a hit! The colder weather brings on a busy amount of business for our SERVPRO team. With such hectic and long  hours, we were happy to be able to find the time to fit in a great Christmas party this year. Our holiday party just happened to be thrown on our first big snow storm of the winter. 

Here is a photo captured early on in this snow storm and in the Christmas party. Such stormy weather ended up being the perfect opportunity for a bonfire, a few snow ball fights, and some holiday fun! Earlier that day we had delivered cookies and pretzels to a few offices around the Hockessin/Elsmere area. We are happy to spread the holiday spirit and what better way than in the snow!

Ready to Move Back In!

11/22/2017 (Permalink)

A recent storm in the Elsmere area took out some of a household's roof and siding. The brutal storm opened up the home to the rain and winds, which then damaged much of this families belongings inside the house. SERVPRO came in and removed all the damaged contents from the home and dried the water damaged areas of the structure. We detail cleaned all the items that were salvageable from the home and stored them for the homeowners. We even use our own storage units to ensure the security of the household's belongings and keep them under our care throughout the whole rebuilding process. Now that the home is completely restored and in livable condition, we have packaged up all of their contents and are delivering them back to the house.

Windy Storm

11/7/2017 (Permalink)

A storm does not need to come in only the form of rain and flooding to seriously affect your home. Here is a photo of the flooring that had to be ripped up from a home after an extremely windy storm. Strong winds caused a tree branch to come down and puncture the siding to the house. Later that night, it started to rain heavily and eventually flooded the first floor, ruining a large section of the hardwood floors. Along with some belongings wrapped up in black plastic bags, you can see the amount of floor panels that had to be removed before we started our drying process throughout the home. Luckily this storm only affected a portion of the home rather than the entire property.

Storm Surge

10/13/2017 (Permalink)

Hurricane Damage

Storm Surge- the rising of the sea level due to a storm causing pressure in the atmosphere to change and winds to accelerate. 

During a hurricane, the Storm Surge is what causes the most damage. Storm surges or the water that floods the land during a hurricane, is the most dangerous weather factor during a hurricane storm.

Hurricane winds can easily reach two hundred miles per hour. Winds that reach such dangerously high speeds are another huge cause of the damage that a hurricane inflicts on an area. Buildings can be ripped open and even down, trees are likely to damage properties, and items left out and unsecured become dangerous.

Heavy rain fall can cause flooding and water damage to homes. Cars are often flooded on the streets and in driveways due to extreme rain fall and flooding. Roads are commonly closed off and unable to be driven on during a Hurricane. 

Hurricane Harvey

9/12/2017 (Permalink)

Helping Texas

As a Disaster Recovery Team and National partners with American Red Cross, SERVPROs from all over have traveled to Texas and helped those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. SERVPRO is working twenty-four-seven in restoring the communities that have had significant damage since Hurricane Harvey hit Texas. We are proud to be helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey return to their homes and rebuild their communities.

On the tail end of Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma came in strong with vengeance in the state of Florida.  She whirled through and came in strong.  As a result, it activated more SERVPRO Storm teams to come in the devastated areas. 

SERVPRO'S from all over the country came to aid to most of these areas.  We have been working tirelessly around the clock to help those in need. 

We love what we do.

SERVPRO to the Rescue in LA

4/25/2017 (Permalink)

SERVPRO to the rescue in LA

SERVPRO'S from all surrounding areas head in from all over to help the victims.  SERVPRO is a team oriented company that has compassion for everything we do, and everyone we help.  When another area of the country is impacted with a storm or tragedy we can call upon our fellow teammates to come in and help.  Sometimes due to the area being affected it may require out of state SERVPRO's to respond in a time of need.  In this specific case, SERVPRO's from North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware among other states reported in to help the victims of this disaster that struck among them.  After all was said and done, all the help of these surrounding SERVPRO's were able to team up together and restore this broken community. 

SERVPRO'S are Here to Help

4/25/2017 (Permalink)

Here to Help

SERVPRO'S from all surrounding areas head in from all over to help the victims.  SERVPRO is a team oriented company that has compassion for everything we do, and everyone we help.  When another area of the country is impacted with a storm or tragedy we can call upon our fellow teammates to come in and help.  Sometimes due to the area being affected it may require out of state SERVPRO's to respond in a time of need.  In this specific case, SERVPRO's from North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware among other states reported in to help the victims of this disaster that struck among them.  After all was said and done, all the help of these surrounding SERVPRO's were able to team up together and restore this broken community.