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SERVPRO of Warren County is an IICRC firm. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) creates the standards for the restoration industry and provides training and certification to restoration companies. IICRC Certified Firms have the right to display the IICRC Certified Logo.
• Present accurate information to consumers and conduct business with honesty and integrity.
• Require a technician on all jobs who has been formally trained and passed all required tests.
• Require a continuing education program to keep technicians up-to-date on the latest changes in the industry.
• Maintain liability insurance to protect all parties in the event of an accident.
• Maintain a written complaint policy and agree to Better Business Bureau or similar arbitration to resolve disputes, and accept the conclusions and recommendations of arbitration.
A biohazard spill often involves some type of bodily fluid. In private homes, this usually means a blood spill. There are certain risks when it comes to restoring a home after an incident with blood happens, and they need to seriously considered before cleanup efforts begin.
Residents should not attempt to clean up a blood spill in their home. Even without the emotional component, there is the risk of disease and other pathogens in even a small amount of blood. SERVPRO of Warren County understands both elements and how to deal with them when developing a restoration plan.
Cleaning and removing blood and blood stains require chemical cleaners designed to neutralize the pathogens in them. Infectious diseases found in blood spills and splatters include Hepatitis A, B, and C, as well as HIV and many others. To ensure we do this properly, our technicians utilize anti-bacterial cleaners we keep on-hand.
The anti-bacterial cleaners are necessary since blood does not respond to conventional cleaners like dirt or soot. Conventional agents do not always clean blood completely and even when they do, there is often, a stain remaining at the spill point. Leaving a visible mark is not something we accept; if we cannot remove the entire mark, our technicians can repaint the affected area or remove the stained structural property.
Restoring your home after any disaster is difficult. Cleaning up a blood spill is one of the more difficult tasks we face, but SERVPRO of Warren County is here to help. We want to return your home to its original state so that you can move forward when the time is right for you. Call us today at. Call (513)932-3649 to schedule an inspection and get started.
SERVPRO of Warren County understands the utilizing the proper equipment makes a measurable difference in reducing claims loss expense. When it comes to a water damage, time matters. SERVPRO of Warren County will answer your call with fast action, exceptional equipment, and trained, uniformed professionals. The right tools for the job is vital to timely mitigation.
Our goal is to make it “Like it never even happened” so give us a call with any questions or if you have a damage we are a 24/7 365 business.
When SERVPRO of Warren County gets a call for a job we have our trucks prepared with proper equipment. When going to any job whether it is a fire loss, water damage, mold remediation, or bio hazard we have air scrubbers ready. Air scrubbers are designed for capturing smoke, fumes, mold spores, dust and other particulate, returning air back to the environment. These units allow you to clean and control the air in a work area with dust exhaust. We keep our air movers on hand to increase circulation. Proper air circulation will provide the fastest drying time for any structure, this is essential to minimizing the damage caused. It you have a loss call SERVPRO Of Warren County, we are properly trained in the latest water mitigation techniques, on top of our highly trained professional's so that we can minimize the damage to your home or business.
SERVPRO of Warren County is ready to help you 24 hours a day. Call (513)932-3649
SERVPRO of Warren County provides commercial cleaning and restoration services and they are trusted by many local businesses for building maintenance services. Some of the many commercial services that SERVPRO offers are:
SERVPRO of Warren County is licensed and trained to handle all of your commercial cleaning and restoration needs and the team is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We are an emergency services business and always one phone call away to help with any damage you may have.
Our team is always ready to assist with any of commercial services and will do it in a polite way so we do not disturb your customers or employees, should your business be open and operating while we are performing services.
Sprinkler systems can be a common source of water damage in commercial facilities. While their benefits far outweigh their cons, both properly and improperly working sprinkler systems can contribute to a flooded facility. A building that’s on fire could also trigger the buildings sprinkler system next door.
When your facility is affected, it is important to call a commercial drying specialist such as SERVPRO of Warren County. At SERVPRO of Warren County, we understand that every hour closed leads to an hour lost of productivity and potential revenue. Commercial damage restoration produces unique challenges so it is very important to choose trained professional’s with a proven track record.
At SERVPRO of Warren County, we will respond immediately to your damage regardless of size or scope. When your facility is affected, no job is too big or too small.
If you think the air you breathe indoors is cleaner than what’s outside, think again. The EPA estimates indoor air can be two to five times more polluted than outdoor air. All that bad air translates into everything from frequent colds and sore throats to headaches, asthma, allergies and chronic fatigue, which in turn causes employee downtime.
When dust and debris and other contaminants build up in your heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system, they can trigger allergies and other health problems. But they also reduce energy efficiency, which increases your energy costs. Now you have two compelling reasons to make sure the air ducts and HVAC system in your workplace are running efficiently.
If your HVAC has been operating for some time without attention, it could be circulating one or more of the following:
Dirt and debris
SERVPRO of Warren County Professionals routinely inspect the heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit (HVAC). Keeping them clean can extend the life of the equipment. This can in turn save you money and give you cleaner air to breathe.
Having the right know how to address water damage in commercial buildings is a trade mark of SERVPRO technicians. We also have the drying equipment to tackle any size water damage. We work closely with Property Mangers, Insurance Adjusters, and Consultants to handle jobs in a timely and professional manner.
Here are some facts about water damage and our services.
Drying: The process of removing moisture from materials.
Dehumidification: The process of removing moisture from the air.
Water removal services on their own are usually not enough to remove all the moisture from your business facility after a water damage event. Water can hide behind walls, under flooring, or in your HVAC system and vents. At SERVPRO of Warren County we provide expert drying and dehumidification services using a combination of the latest Revolution dehumidifiers and high velocity air movers to remove moisture from the air. With so much at stake, we will make sure your business gets back to normal fast.
SERVPRO of Warren County is a 24/7 emergency service business call us at (513)932-3649
Posting basic rules for waste disposal near toilets can reduce the frequency of clogs and flooded toilets in a property. Recommend occupants and guests dispose of all feminine hygiene and paper products other than toilet paper in trash cans or containers and place these receptacles in convenient locations.
2. Provide Alternative Disposal Containers
It is a good idea to supply every stall in a women's bathroom with some type of bin to offer a convenient disposal alternative to flushing. By making the disposal of products that should not be flushed easier and more discreet, you can prevent clogs and backups before they start.
3. Order Thinner Toilet Paper
Single-ply paper is less likely to cause a clogged toilet than thicker toilet paper. Even if a building occupant or guest flushes a large wad of thinner paper, it is less likely to cause an overflow than two-ply or cushioned paper or wipes. You may also want to consider a toilet paper dispenser that restricts the amount of paper that can be rolled out at a time.
These three steps can reduce the likelihood, or at least the frequency, with which toilets flood a commercial property. If your property does suffer water or sewage damage as a result of a clogged toilet or toilet overflow, contact a plumber to eliminate the clog and SERVPRO of Warren Counties expertise and equipment to repair these types of water damage.