A fire is one of the most devastating accidents that can happen to your home. Fires produce byproducts that can damage your property while also exposing the home’s occupants to long-term health risks. One of the most common consequences of a fire is smoke odor. Continue reading
If you are looking for a job with growth and security, where you will receive in-depth training and be a valued team member, then ServiceMaster is the place for you! We are growing and currently hiring for a range of positions within our company. Continue reading
Are you Prepared for the Next Disaster?
When we think of emergency preparedness, it can become overwhelming with all the different little emergencies that arise in daily life, as well as larger disasters. Life seems to move so fast, and can wash you away in a blink of the eye. However, it is better to prepare for the situations before it happens, when you can think straight. Working in a disaster restoration company, I have helped people deal with the smaller emergencies as well as the larger disasters such as flood, fire, trauma, etc. This is a time when you face many decisions about what is important in your life. Whether it be your family, health, or sentimental possessions, you should have some strategies in place to prepare for emergencies before they arise. Continue reading
The devastation caused by water damage is vast. Can you take proactive measures to protect your property? The damage restoration experts at ServiceMaster offer prevention tips so you can safeguard your home today. Continue reading
Now is the time of year when homeowners get serious about clearing out the clutter. With spring cleaning underway, it’s time to dust off those items you haven’t used all year and have a yard sale with your neighbors. Continue reading
Are you dealing with sewage backup in your home? Sewage is dangerous in that it contains contaminants and viruses that pose health hazards. Read on to learn what causes sewage backups and how to prevent them.
April showers may bring May flowers but they can also bring a whole lot of havoc to your property. How can you prepare? We’ll give you tips and strategies to protect your home and property from severe weather this spring. Continue reading
When a sewer system is overwhelmed with large amounts of water or foreign items, sewer backup can occur, causing substantial damage to the buildings it services. Typically, the effects of this problem are seen in the form of a backup of water and sewage in the basement of a structure. In addition to being extremely difficult and messy to clean up, sewer damage poses risks such as contaminated drinking water and contamination and loss of many porous materials. If you experience a sewer backup, take immediate action in order to salvage affected surfaces, reduce the spread of illness, and restore safety to the area. Continue reading