SERVPRO Chooses You
SERVPRO team members strive every day to become better individuals by putting you first.
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is dedicated to serving in more ways than fire and water restoration. Going out into the neighborhood and becoming involved within the community is of top priority for SERVPRO team members. They strive every day to become better individuals by putting you first.
To continue their involvement within Henry and Randolph Counties, here are just a few of the activities and organizations their team members have participated in:
- Optimist Club - A club where projects are organized to raise money for the youth in the community.
- Youth sports leagues - Whether it is Babe Ruth baseball or football, multiple SERVPRO members are coaches for local teams.
- God’s Grain Bin - An opportunity to distribute food to people in need.
- Henry County YMCA - Team members of SERVPRO clean and sanitize the local YMCA facilities.
With SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties, they are here to help you. Walking alongside you improves their team, and they are here to serve their community! For more information about SERVPRO and their services, call (765) 575-8654.
Water Cleanup Is Complicated
Maintaining modern equipment is one of the most important factors for a good cleanup & restoration company.
The team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties knows that maintaining modern equipment is one of the most important factors for a good cleanup & restoration company. Because of their dedication to staying up-to-date, they are able to remedy a negative situation with every service performed. SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is always sure to determine the right service needed for their clients.
The first, and one of the most important steps, in the water clean up process is being able to identify where water damage has occurred along with the source of the issue. This can be a complicated process due to moisture being absorbed so easily within a home. However, the team at SERVPRO has the correct training to know and understand what moisture detection devices to use. Infrared cameras can also be used to show moisture damage even when it may be hidden or not easily detected by the untrained eye.
After identifying the water damage, the next step is the extraction process. This step will remove the majority of the water. With powerful pumps and truck-mounted vacuums SERVPRO has the ability to remove hundreds or even thousands of gallons of water from your property.
Staying up-to-date with the best industry practices allows SERVPRO to provide the great service you deserve.
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties wants to help you with any water disaster situation. With their 24/7 services they can be there for you at any time. If you find yourself in need, give them a call at 765-575-8654!
Free Water Checks Available for Suspected Water Damage
Water damage to your home can present itself in a variety of ways.
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is proud to employ a team of highly trained water damage specialists. Water damage to your home can present itself in a variety of ways. Sometimes the damage is more obvious. Other times, you may suspect there is a problem, but not be able to confirm completely on your own. This is why SERVPRO offers completely free water checks.
Just as with other emergency situations, addressing water damage immediately is of the utmost importance. Even when caused by a hidden source, if the problem is not resolved quickly it can lead to additional problems, such as mold. These cases can be more difficult or expensive to rectify and want to be avoided if at all possible.
If you find yourself in a situation where you believe you may have a water problem or water damage in your home, the team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties wants to help. With an emergency line, 24-hour services, and a highly trained eye, they will be able to assist you immediately and confirm whether there is damage or not.
If there is in fact damage, they can assess the situation and begin creating a plan to resolve the situation right away. If there is no damage, you will be left with peace of mind knowing your home is in good shape, and you haven’t spent any money unnecessarily.
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is made up of a highly trained team of water damage specialists. If you suspect possible water damage in your home, give them a call at 765-575-8654 for a free water check today.
A Company Dedicated to Listening
As a company dedicated to serving their clients, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is always eager to listen to their customers.
As a company dedicated to serving their clients, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is always eager to listen to their customers. Whether you want to share about a job well done, or would like to make a suggestion about how they can improve, customer reviews are taken to heart, valued, and appreciated.
Below are just a few of the recent reviews the team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties have received.
“Absolutely professional staff, from the wonderful person who answers the phone, to the estimators, skilled tradesman doing the repairs and the management. Would highly recommend to anyone in need of their services.” – D.F.
“Holli Poe did an absolutely fantastic job. She exceeded all of my expectations! Because of Holli Poe I will definitely recommend her and SERVPRO to other people.”
“Best service around! Highly recommended, very friendly and amazing staff and owner that will get to you quickly!” –L.S.
“SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties are a top-notch restoration company. We value being able to work for and with them as a subcontractor. Their entire staff is always courteous, professional and provide excellent customer service.” – E.P.
If you were a recent customer and would like to leave a review or suggestion, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties would love to hear from you!
Restoration Vs. Replacement
The methods that SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties use will make your fire restoration process easier and more cost-effective.
Many people have a plan for how to prevent a house fire and how to get your family out of the house safely in the event of a fire. However, not many people think about or have a plan for what to do past that. After a fire occurs in your home the clean up process can be quite overwhelming. SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties has the tools needed to guide you through the process and make it a little less overwhelming. For example, not everything in your house may be a total loss. By determining what items can be restored versus being replaced, treasured household pieces can be saved while reducing overall cost.
SERVPRO is highly trained in the restoration industry. The following are just a few of the services they offer:
Water Removal and Drying - The process of removing water begins almost immediately and takes care of the majority of the water. SERVPRO then uses dehumidifiers and air movers to remove the remaining water and complete the drying process.
Removal of Smoke and Soot - Using specialized equipment and techniques, smoke and soot is removed from ceilings, walls, and other surfaces.
Cleaning and Sanitizing- Using a variety of cleaning techniques to restore your belongings to pre-fire condition, SERVPRO will clean, sanitize, and disinfect all of the restorable items and structures that were damaged by the fire. They are also trained to remove odors using industrial air scrubbers and fogging equipment.
The methods that SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties use will make your fire restoration process easier and more cost-effective. Should you need help after a fire, utilize their 24-hour emergency services and call 765-575-8654.
Solid, Reliable, and Trustworthy
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties understands how crucial it is to ensure the services they provide are solid, reliable, and trustworthy.
As a local small business, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties understands the importance of developing strong relationships with other area companies. They also understand how crucial it is to ensure the services you provide are solid, reliable, and trustworthy. For most small business owners, their business is their livelihood, and no one understands that more than someone in the same position. This is why the team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties always puts their best foot forward in order to maintain secure, trusting relationships with everyone they serve.
Whether your business has experienced a water, fire, or mold emergency, SERVPRO will show up for you and walk you through the process of restoring your business back to where it belongs. Their goal is always to relieve you of any stress you may be feeling due to the situation. They achieve this through honest communication, valuable knowledge, and reputable work.
One client was excited to share about their experience with SERVPRO:
“I took over management of a commercial building that was to be sold. Going through sales process, it was discovered that the building had a severe mold problem. SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph County was contacted to give us a quote and ultimately perform the mold remediation. Throughout the whole process, John and his crew did phenomenal work. John was so easy to work with and communicate with throughout the whole process. SERVPRO has been so accommodating to different situations that arose during the work. I would highly recommend John and his team to anyone.”
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties understands how important your small business is to you. If you find yourself in a situation where you are in need of disaster remediation, choose the business you can trust. Call 765-575-8654, and they can make the disaster “Like it never even happened.”
April Showers Bring May Flowers
“April showers bring May flowers” but dealing with rainfall in the moment can be quite inconvenient.
People often say, “April showers bring May flowers,” and based on that theory our gardens will be more beautiful than ever in just a few weeks. The heavy amount of rainfall this season provides may eventually lead to flowers and sunshine, but dealing with rainfall in the moment can be quite inconvenient.
That is why the team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is committed to making sure you understand how an abundance of rain can have an impact on your home. As we go throughout this wet season, be sure to prepare yourself and your home for any of the following problems caused by heavy rain or standing water:
- Sump Pump Backup- Sump pumps are used in homes to transfer accumulating water from a basement to the outside. In situations where there is a heavy amount of rain, a sump pump may struggle with keeping up, leading to a potential backup and flooding.
- Septic System Failure- Septic systems are underground water chambers used to treat wastewater. They are common in rural areas such as ours. Heavy rainfalls and accumulating water can oversaturate your land and cause your septic system to flood.
- Mold- Anytime there is a buildup of water or moisture in a home or building, there is a high likelihood mold will develop. Once it starts growing in an area, it can multiply quickly causing a toxic problem for homeowners.
The team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties are experts in water damage repair and restoration. If you find yourself in need of help after suffering from any of the above issues, they are here for you.
SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties takes pride in being faster to any size disaster to make it “Like it never even happened.” Give SERVPRO a call at 765-575-8654!
Keep Mold at Bay and Employees Safe
Mold has the possibility to sneak in without being immediately detected and can grow at a fast pace.
While we all keep the safety of our homes and family at the forefront of our minds at all times, many of us that own or operate businesses know that the office is like our second home; our employees like our second family. Making sure that those that choose to show up for us each and every day have a safe environment to come to should not be taken lightly.
Whether your office is located within an older building, or a brand new space, mold has the possibility to sneak in without being immediately detected and can grow at a fast pace. The team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties wants you to have the tools needed to ensure mold growth doesn’t happen at your place of business, and how to resolve the problem quickly if you do find it.
The most important thing you can do to prevent mold growth in your office is to control moisture levels. Mold loves humidity and will grow in a humid environment. Fresh air can be a huge help when it comes to regulating moisture.
Secondly, ensuring there is no standing water or leaks anywhere within your building will help ward off any growth.
Lastly, making sure your office is cleaned and disinfected on a routine basis, can make it much more difficult for spores to multiply.
If you do happen to discover mold that has been growing within your place of business, SERVPRO of Henry & Randolph Counties has a professionally trained team for mold remediation. They are able to provide the quick service needed to ensure your business is not losing out on time or money while the mess is being resolved.
Contact SERVPRO of Henry & Randolph Counties at 765-575-8654 for your mold remediation-related needs. They can make the disaster “Like it never even happened.”
Big or Small – They Can Help with All
Experiencing a house fire can be one of the most traumatic events one can go through.
Experiencing a house fire can be one of the most traumatic events one can go through. In the most devastating cases, house fires can cause complete destruction to homes, or even families. However, in some scenarios, the damage can be limited to a small amount of soot, water or smoke damage. Whatever the damage, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties can help.
If you have water damage, you may need to have the water removed completely to ensure there is no chance for mold growth. You may also need to have carpets, furniture or clothing cleaned.
If you have smoke damage, you may need to have smoke or soot removed from all surfaces, which requires a specific cleaning procedure.
If your home suffers extreme damage, you will want someone to assess the situation and walk you through the restoration process. SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties always maintains a restore vs. replace mentality in order to provide the most cost-effective service to their clients. If it can be saved, or fixed, they will make sure that happens for you.
If you or someone you know has been a victim of fire damage, whether the damage is big or small, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties can help with it all. Don’t go through this process alone, or with a company you can’t trust. Contact us today at (765) 575-8654.
Here to help in your time of need
Disaster doesn’t consider what time of the day it is before it strikes.
Spring storm season has arrived and is already rearing its ugly head by wreaking havoc in communities across the Midwest.
Spring storms can present themselves in a variety of frightening ways. Whether it is significant hail, heavy rains, or extreme wind, the outcome of these sometimes-catastrophic weather events is not always pretty, and clean up afterwards can be daunting. It’s important to know that during these times you are not alone and help is right around the corner.
This is why the team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties is equipped to provide quick cleanup and aid during your time of need.
With the use of scientific drying techniques and a vast experience in the restoration industry, they have the capability to improve the condition of your home or property quickly and without hassle.
In addition to having the knowledge needed to provide quick clean up, SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties has a 24/7 emergency service line. They know and understand that disaster doesn’t consider what time of the day it is before it strikes.
If you find that you’ve experienced storm damage at your home, and you are need assistance, reach out to the team at SERVPRO of Henry and Randolph Counties. They are ready and willing to help, and can make the disaster “Like it never even happened.”