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Emergency Ready Profile

10/11/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Warren County offers a no cost Emergency Ready Profile for your business. This will help minimize business interruption by having a plan of action. Being prepared is key for getting through any type of disaster, big or small. Having a plan in effect prior to a disaster saves time and money. The SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile is designed to provide quick reference of important building and contact information. This plan is available to you any where any time with a easy to operate mobile application. Identifying  the line of command for authorizing work allows the mitigation process to begin helping  you to get your business operating as quickly as possible.  With many years of experience SERVPRO Of Warren County is available seven days a week and 24 hours a day.

Commercial insurance

10/11/2019 (Permalink)

Water is a lot more damaging than most people give it credit for, and even a minor leak can turn into a costly and time-consuming property issue. When it affects a business, water can destroy important documents, expensive equipment and office furniture, not to mention the building itself. For this reason, business owners should invest in a sound business policy that covers perils such as water damage.

What To Look for in Your Commercial Insurance Policy

Most commercial insurance policies for water loss cover damages caused by burst or broken pipes and gradual leaks. Unfortunately, many policies contain exclusions, which you want to be aware of so that you can ensure you are covered for the appropriate risks. Some exclusions to look out for include the following:

  • Concurrent causation
  • Floods
  • Backup of sewer and drains
  • Water damage from storms

Unfortunately, many business insurance policies require business owners to carry a ride-on, that a lot don’t think about adding

ERP

10/11/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Warren County is a 24/7 emergency service provider. When fire, water, or mold damage affects your home or business, our crews respond promptly to restore your property to preloss condition. But what can you do to prepare for property damage?

SERVPRO of Warren County is committed to providing our community with resources to prepare for disaster. One way we help facilitate preparedness is through our Emergency Ready Profile, or an ERP. Whether you own a home, a business, or both – our ERP preparedness folder gathers important information, resources, and photos that are tailored to you and your property, which can be crucial when responding to a restoration emergency.

No one plans on a disaster, but you can plan to be “Ready for whatever happens.” Our ERP service is at no cost to you, and includes a walkthrough of your property with one of our restoration professionals. When as many as 50% of businesses close down following a disaster, are you prepared to beat those odds? Let SERVPRO of Warren County help.

Storm damage cleanup

10/10/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Warren County has been cleaning water damages in the local area market for years. From toilet overflows, pipe bursts, dishwasher leaks, basement floods, and much more, SERVPRO of Warren County has been providing Warren County with quality cleanup and restoration work 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. That's over 332,880 hours of being on call to help our clientele.

SERVPRO understands that even the smallest of water problems can be a major catastrophe for the average homeowner. Whether it be damaged property, mold growth, health concerns or other problems, SERVPRO has all the right tools to make it "Like It Never Even Happened”

With years of combined experience with our technicians, SERVPRO will promptly arrive at your business or residence, assess the damage, provide a solution, and begin work to ensure that secondary damages do not occur. From extracting water, dehumidification, decontamination, mold remediation, full repairs and construction, SERVPRO is here to help day or night.

Disasters

10/9/2019 (Permalink)

As a homeowner, business owner, insurer or property manager, you are a leader in your community and have the opportunity to set an example for your employees, customers and community to follow.

Join your community in preparing for emergencies and disasters of all types, and leading efforts to encourage the community as a whole to become more prepared. “Disasters happen” and not only devastate individuals and neighborhoods, but entire communities, including businesses of all sizes.

As an employer in your community, having a business continuity plan can help protect your company, its employees and its infrastructure, and maximizes your chances of recovery after an emergency or disaster. You can do this by taking three simple steps:

  • Plan to stay in business
  • Encourage your employees to become ready
  • Protect your investment

We must work together as a team to ensure that our families, businesses, places of worship and neighborhoods are ready.

Power outage after a storm

10/9/2019 (Permalink)

Power Outages

Extended power outages may impact the whole community and the economy. A power outage is when the electrical power goes out unexpectedly. A power outage may affect several things:

  • Disrupt communications, water, and transportation.

  • Close retail businesses, grocery stores, gas stations, ATMs, banks, and other services.

  • Cause food spoilage and water contamination.

  • Prevent use of medical devices.

PROTECT YOURSELF DURING A POWER OUTAGE:

  • Keep freezers and refrigerators closed.

  • Only use generators outdoors and away from windows.

  • Do not use a gas stove to heat your home.

  • Disconnect appliances and electronics to avoid damage from electrical surges.

  • Have alternate plans for refrigerating medicines or using power-dependent medical devices.

  • If safe, go to an alternate location for heat or cooling.

Call SERVPRO of Warren County 24/7 365 including holidays (513)932-3649.

Why call a professional?

10/8/2019 (Permalink)

No one wants to call a professional for water damage restoration, but when it is needed, do not delay!  Moisture in the home is the enemy of any homeowner.  Moisture can lead to bacteria and fungi growth in any home.  It is important to call SERVPRO of Warren County right away.  We have the technology necessary to clean and properly dry and water damage.  This includes air movers, dehumidifiers, moisture meters, drying mats, and a number of safe elements at our disposal. 

SERVPRO of Warren County is an IICRC certified franchise.  Our technicians go through extensive on-the-job training and classroom training.  This specific training communicates to our restoration technicians how to properly restore your home back to preloss condition. Our technicians are well versed in water damage, fire damage, and mold remediation. 

Fire damage restoration

10/8/2019 (Permalink)

When SERVPRO of Warren County arrives at a homeowner’s home to help with fire damage, the first thing we must do is determine what kind of fire damage we are dealing with. It could be that it is smoke or soot damage, damage caused by the fire department, structural damage, or all of the above. Rest assure, that when you call us you are getting highly trained professionals ready to help. We have fire and smoke restoration technicians, odor control technicians, upholstery and fabric cleaning technicians to help and get you back to your normal life.

We offer a variety of services after a fire

  • Fire and smoke cleaning
  • Pack outs
  • Content Cleaning
  • Deodorization
  • Demo
  • Additional Storage
  • Emergency Board-Ups

If you need SERVPRO of Warren County professionals to clean and restore your property after a fire emergency, call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week- (513)932-3649

Ready to dry

10/8/2019 (Permalink)

When customers in our area suffer a water damage, SERVPRO of Warren County is ready to help dry out their property, and get it back to its pre-damaged condition.

Within our franchise alone, we have enough equipment to take on any job. This inventory allows us to take on any commercial or residential loss in the area.

Our trucks are meticulously stocked with any and all necessary equipment to restore your home or business in a timely manner, and we are at your disposal 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

If our equipment is not enough to restore your property, we have a network of 1700 franchises ready to mobilize and help us make it "Like it never even happened."

Call SERVPRO of Warren County whenever you experience a water loss, and we'd love to serve you in restoring your property.

Fire process

10/7/2019 (Permalink)

Understanding the Fire Damage Restoration Process

After a fire tragedy such as an electrical fire or a utility room fire, there is a lot of confusion among the afflicted parties, and it is hard to figure out what to expect. In such a situation, only a professional commercial fire damage expert can ensure that the occupants of the building get back to their normal lives as soon as possible. More importantly, it is crucial for every afflicted party to begin the process. Most people take too long to begin the fire restoration after the fire truck has left the premises only for soot damage to take a toll on the building and its contents after firefighters have completed the fire suppression process.

Emergency Fire Damage Contacts

Any company understands that the longer it takes to begin the fire restoration process, the harder it becomes to remove soot damage as well as smoke damage. Most commercial building managers only have the emergency contacts for a firetruck. Commercial fire damage experts and companies have emergency contacts, and they operate 24/7. They are prompt in their response, and it is vital that property owners and managers save their contacts.