Undetected water damage
A simple water leak that goes unattended may progress to an out of control problem that could result in tens of thousands of dollars of damage to your home or business.
SERVPRO of Warren County professionals have the training, expertise and equipment to mitigate any water damage situation. If you let water issues go on for too long particularly inside of walls, secondary damages can become a problem if mold has begun to form colonies.
Call SERVPRO of Warren County to dry and disinfect your home or business after a water damage.
Mold can be a health hazard and the SERVPRO teams are highly trained in the removal.
SERVPRO of Warren County has various ways of removing odors created by a variety of different sources.
Allow SERVPRO of Warren County to help with your water situation day or night, 24/7 365 days a year.
Water emergencies don’t wait for regular business hours and neither do we.
Water can quickly spread throughout a property and gets absorbed into walls, floors, and furniture and can of course cause stress. When SERVPRO arrives on site, we quickly start the water extraction process almost immediately. Our fast response helps minimize the damage and the restoration costs. Our advanced drying methods allow us to respond quickly to water damage and cleanup needs.
Common causes of water damage include flooding caused by weather, plumbing leaks, sink, bathtub, or toilet overflow, and sewage backup. But, did you know more water damages are caused by broken pipes, plumbing, or appliance malfunctions than from weather related issues.
SERVPRO of Warren County provides emergency cleaning and restoration services 24 hours a day.
Fire and smoke damage
When fires occurs, in both residential homes and business, it’s not just the cleaning up of the structural areas that we need to be concerned with.
Our crews have to be so careful with the homeowner’s personal belongings because the insurance companies need very specific documentation in order to appropriately compensate the insured so they they have money to replace all of the damaged items. The fallen debris must be sifted through prior to bagging for disposal so that any contents, which may be very small items, can be separated for further valuation.
SERVPRO of Warren County’s team members need to be very aware of properly bagging and separating customers content, so taking our time in small spaces with lots of contents is a very important part of the clean-up process after a smoke damage after a fire.
Cleaning smoke stains off walls and ceilings can be a difficult task. Even if the fire was small like a cooking fire, the smoke can quickly discolor your ceilings and walls. Since smoke rises, the smoke usually damages your ceilings first as the smoke spreads across the ceiling leaving smoke residue. While smoke can usually be cleaned easily off metal and smooth surfaces like counters and ovens, ceilings and walls are not so easy to clean, specially if you have very high ceilings.
While we all hope we never have to suffer through the experience of a house fire, it is important to know what to do if one should happen. Obviously, the first thing you should do is ensure the fire has been extinguished completely.
This can be done by someone in the home if the fire is small and can be put out easily and safely. Or by the fire department if the fire is too big and dangerous to safely extinguish by the homeowner. It’s important to note that it’s always best to call the fire department right as soon as a fire is spotted and to get everyone out of the home quickly and safely.
SERVPRO of Warren County is available 24/7 365 for any emergency you may have, (513) 932-3649
Our phones are answered 24 hours a day 365 days a year. It doesn't matter if it's 2 am or 2 pm we get pertinent info available such square footage affected, type of flooring, cause of loss, etc. They then dispatch the crew as quickly as possible with the equipment needed. By answering the phone ourselves and not using an answering service, we save the customer valuable time which can in turn save valuable items in the home or office. Plus, when you have a water or fire emergency talking to real person on the phone, who understands your concern and urgency, can be a comfort. SERVPRO of Warren County is here to help 24/7 365 days a year. Call us day or night at (513) 932-3649.
Water damage in your home or business
Aside from a fire, water damage is possibly the fastest acting damage to your home. Flooding, rain, leaking (busted) pipes, or broken appliances are all possible sources. A whole in your home's foundation that allows humid, moisture-filled air can also cause water damage. Moisture in large amounts leads to condensation, causing water pooling and damage.
Once water is present it is likely to quickly take action against any porous materials, depending on the kind of water and length it is sitting. Even material that are not quite as porous but still allow for sitting water, will feel the affects. Mold, rotting, or destroyed material are all potential consequences of water intruding into your home if you don’t take action.
SERVPRO of Warren County is available 24/7 for any damages, you can call our office at (513) 932-3649.
Pack out after a tornado
Have you been affected by damage recently due to high winds or a tornado? If so, then you know how important it is to attempt to save the contents in your home from being ruined during a clean up process. Even if your contents have not yet been damaged, you may still want to protect them during the clean up. Protecting and restoring your personal items after a disaster is done through the pack out process. This is when your restoration company removes and takes your damaged contents (or contents that need to be protected or cleaned), to our location. The new location will allow your contents to be kept safe in our warehouse and to be restored if needed.
SERVPRO of Warren County is here 24/7 to help with any disaster. Whether it’s rain damage, high wind damage, fire damage, or even tornado damage.
Tornado storm damage
Severe storms and tornadoes hit the Dayton and surrounding areas in Ohio Monday night, leaving many in the area without power, access to drinkable water or safe shelter or vehicles.
Dayton and nearby communities are still searching for potential victims after intense storms came through. Suspected tornadoes also left behind destruction in the Indiana town of Pendleton, about 100 miles west of Dayton. Dayton is currently under a boil-water advisory (with no electric).
Several areas of Dayton were hit hard, along with nearby areas of Troy, Beavercreek, Xenia and West Milton. In addition to trees and power lines, the tornadoes peeled roofs off of houses, brought down businesses' walls and collapsed ceilings as well as car ports.
SERVPRO of Warren County is here 24/7 for any damage that has occurred after a storm. You can call our office at 513-932-3649.
Emergency readiness plan
Is your store, office or restaurant prepared for a burst pipe, sewage back-up, fire damage, flood or storm damage?
With SERVPRO Emergency Readiness Plan a trained representative will come out to your building, evaluate how and where to shut off any utilities, exits and entrances by putting water shutoff tags on them. They will then sit with you and create a plan based on your preferences on how to handle any situation that may occur so that you don’t lose precious time by shutting down.
Once your plan is complete, you can receive all of the information in the form of an app on your phone, if an event occurs you will be ready, and so will we.
If you would like to take advantage of this free service for your business, call SERVPRO of Warren County today at 513-932-3649.
This is the time of season when a lot of flooded basements will occur with all the rain. On top of all the rain we have already had with how saturated the ground already is, will cause minor flooding depending how heavy rains gets. Whether is hydra static pressure, sump pump failure, or water coming in through windows to the basement, SERVPRO of Warren County have the training and equipment. We are available 24/7 365 days a year to help with any kind of water damage. Whether it’s a busted pipe, supply line, sump pump failure, dishwasher, etc.... We have performed any kind of water damage. Every water damage is unique in its own way and is rarely the same as the previous water damage.