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Coronavirus

3/13/2020 (Permalink)

With the Corona Virus (COVID-19) breaking its way into Ohio, SERVPRO of Warren County is here to help. We have the right products and team to clean and sanitize any size office. Call today 513-932-3649!

Has the kid's school been hit hard or even your office??? What can you do......

SERVPRO can clean and disinfect your office, home or even your classroom. Don’t feel helpless, call SERVPRO of Warren County and let them work to keep you and your team healthy.

SERVPRO of Warren County is available 24/7 with any questions or concerns that you may have about any kind of cleaning, disinfecting. In addition if you have any fire, water, or mold damages we are here to help.

Water damage in your home

3/2/2020 (Permalink)

Having a water damage in your home or business can be very stressful. We realize that on top of losing your possessions and having to potentially reconstruct your property, the equipment is noisy and can become bothersome if you remain in your home during the restoration process. When you call SERVPRO of Warren County to help restore your property after suffering a water damage, our professional technicians will place the appropriate equipment to dry out the area as quickly as possible. It is VERY important to follow our instructions and keep the equipment running at all times. Turning off the air movers and/or dehumidifiers can delay the drying time and can cause further damage to your property such as mold growth. It is also important to note that typically your insurance coverage will only pay for the drying equipment for a specific length of time and needs adjuster approval beyond that time frame. Our highly trained and certified technicians monitor the moisture readings and the equipment daily to determine the appropriate time for removal. If you have any concerns or questions about the drying equipment, be sure to speak to any of our crew members. 

 SERVPRO of Warren County hours of operation is 24/365.

Water damage in your home/residence

2/28/2020 (Permalink)

Approximately 98% of basements will experience water damage in their lifetime. The inevitability isn’t too surprising considering basements are underground and therefore prone to things like gravity and the consequences of whatever happens in the home above. Considering this statistic, it’s safe to say that understanding the processes of both the water damage itself and the restoration required to fix it is genuinely useful for homeowners. 

Here’s what you don’t know about water damage.

First off, water damage insurance and flood insurance are different. If you live in an area not prone to floods, you don’t need to get flood insurance just to protect your home from water damage. They’re different insurance types entirely. In addition, not all water damage is actually insured. For instance, water damage related to neglection of the property may not be covered the way a sudden disaster’s effects would be. Once water damage has impacted the home, in any area, call insurance immediately. The sooner the better since they need the complete details in order to determine the cause, the damage, and therefore pay the restoration company. If you find dealing with insurance a pain, no worries. Restoration companies like, for example, SERVPRO of Warren County can help you with insurance in addition to repairing the site of the water damage.

Once insurance is dealt with, there’s a few other things to consider. Some water damage, depending on the source, can be polluted and dangerous to be in or around. It is not recommended to explore the damage personally, especially if it’s a large quantity of water and in a location like the basement. In addition, the moment the water damage happens it is getting worse and worse every minute. That is why there is a sense of urgency that comes with water damage. More than the water, the dangers of water damage come with water the water causes. This includes mold growth, structural damage, destruction of personal items. The sooner the area of damage can be dried and restored, the better off the home is. The same way you wouldn’t avoid going to the doctor if a sudden pain erupted in your body, your home needs similar urgency to keep its integrity and continue to serve you and your family in a safe way.

In case of a water damage emergency, consider SERVPRO of Warren County. They can assist you with your insurance, and be there that day, and use the most powerful possible equipment to return your home to normal in no time.

Here for the community

1/16/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Warren County is your local Water, Fire, Mold Remediation company that delivers you corporate service with local flair.

Did you know that SERVPRO is a local small business? Yes that is right while we have a strong brand behind us supporting our efforts we are a local business. We live in and around the community that we serve. We suffer the same environmental disasters that you do. Our houses have roof leaks in heavy rains. The yards and basements flood when the water tables are too high or the storm drains are overloaded.

This pulse on the community separates us from those that live outside of the area or do not understand the challenges of the area. Our team sits on the same streets day in and day out that you travel everyday. 

Emergency services

12/23/2019 (Permalink)

We are fierce competitors always striving to improve our game. This is how we approach every job, with a dedication to hard work and an understanding that we should always be learning and improving from our experiences. We have been on the front-lines of some of the countries biggest natural disasters where we managed every stage of the recovery and reconstruction process. 

Our aggressive work ethic has helped us to earn the trust and respect of many well-recognized subcontractors.

We boast an impressive inventory of restoration equipment allowing us to be prepared to manage and mitigate multiple disasters of any size.

We are proud of our team and will continue to build upon the hard work that has brought us this far already.

Call SERVPRO of Warren County 24-7-365 with any fire, water, or mold damages,  (513) 932-3649

Storm damage

12/20/2019 (Permalink)

24 Hour Emergency Water Damage Service

SERVPRO of Warren County is available 24 hours a day for water emergencies, large or small. When you are dealing with water damage, immediate action is crucial. A delay of just a few hours can greatly increase the severity of the water damage.

We Answer the Phone Ready to Help

Call SERVPRO of Warren County Today - (513)932-3649

We understand that when you call us, you may be feeling confused, stressed, and vulnerable. You need an expert to guide you through this crisis. SERVPRO of Warren County has the specific water damage training and experience to help you through this tough time. We specialize in water damage restoration—in fact, it's the cornerstone of our business.

Water/Fire damage in a commercial building

12/19/2019 (Permalink)

When you need it done right and done fast, call SERVPRO of Warren County for all your commercial cleaning needs. Did you know that when you hire SERVPRO of Warren County for maintenance cleaning, you get around the clock restoration services built with you in mind? Quality cleaning and quick response, that's the SERVPRO way.

Can't figure out how to get the job done? Call SERVPRO of Warren County for all your emergency restoration needs. When you experience a fire, water, or mold damage in your facility, you need fast response and the expertise to get the job done right, ensuring your business can get back into operation as quickly as possible. Through it all, you expect the most reliable information and the very best service.

Large loss capabilities, no fire or water damage is too big for SERVPRO of Warren County.

Fire in your home/business

12/11/2019 (Permalink)

A fire can break out in an instant. No matter how new or old your home is, there is always the risk of this nightmare becoming a reality. Many homeowners are completely unprepared for a blazing disaster, even though they know that fire damage can ruin valuable possessions and precious memories. Worse still, it can take lives.

So, how do you start rebuilding your life and home after such a disaster? The first thing not to do is enter your home without permission from the fire department – it can be extremely dangerous, even if the damage is minimal. Structures might be compromised, and fires sometimes re-ignite. The first thing to do is call your insurance company and a fire damage restoration company like us. 

We will work with your insurance company and you to get you back to your life as quickly as possible. Offering reconstruction services at SERVPRO of Warren County means you can make one phone call and set your mind at ease that you will be taken care of every step of the way.

SERVPRO

10/17/2019 (Permalink)

Here at SERVPRO of Warren County we strive to do our very best to help anyone in need. We pride ourselves on our customer service. All the staff here work hard and diligently to be available for anything that may come up 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Our office staff are great with customer service, and know everything there is to know about SERVPRO. We provide the best help to customers. 

Having been around for 30 years now SERVPRO of Warren County is one of the original franchises. Our owners have been here from the start and are looked up to as an example of what a restoration business should look like. With the experience comes the knowledge of how to help those in need. If you are ever in need of assistance, we are available 24/7 and we are here to help.

Mold

10/17/2019 (Permalink)

Climate is a perfect environment for mold.  Over growth of indoor mold can occur for many reasons, the most typical setting we find an over growth of mold is in homes that have been unoccupied for a length of time.  The main reason for this is because of the lack of air movement in the home. When a home or business owner’s leave their property it is usually left lock up, window closed tight, and AC turned off. With our humid and moderate temperatures here in Hawaii a home without air movement can be a mold haven, a perfect place for it to grow undisturbed.

 Mold is present in almost every environment, indoor and outdoor. It isn't of much concern until the spore count ie, how much mold is present, reaches an unhealthy level. This is when health issues can arise. Mold is not only a health concern but it can also cause rot to occur on the surface it is growing on. This can weaken framing or cabinetry and decay sheet rock and flooring.

 If you find your home is in need of help due to an over growth of mold don't hesitate to call on SERVPRO of Warren County we are always here to help.