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Flooding in Saline County
Thursday, April 18, 2019 was a very busy day for our SERVPRO crew. Rain in Saline County caused water damage and flooding throughout the area. Our team was called out to several home that had roof damage and rain was pouring inside homes. We also were called out to extract water from flood damaged homes.
Our team worked long hours and showed compassion and sincere concern for our customers because at SERVPRO we truly care and love what we do. We understand that these circumstances can be very tragic and we are here to help.
We have received many testimonials and comments about our outstanding crew members. So if you or your family suffer from a disaster, big or small, and you are looking for a company that genuinely cares, give us a call at 501-776-2222.
Emergency Ready Program
Is your business prepared for a disaster? Do all of your employees know where the water cut off switch is? Do they know where the fire extinguisher is? Or, do they know where the gas shut off is located?
According to the latest industry research, as many as 50 percent of businesses never recover from a disaster. Among the 50 percent that survive, are those that had a plan in place. Preparedness is the key to surviving a fire, flood, or water damage.
SERVPRO has developed a program to help commercial properties put a plan in place. That program is called the EMERGENCY READY PROGRAM. This program is compiled into a simple app that each and every employee can install to their smartphone. The app has information about priority areas and numbers as well as locations and photos of shut off valves. Did I mention that this is a FREE PROGRAM? Our SERVPRO team will come out and input all information for you and your business.
CALL US TODAY TO SCHEDULE YOUR APPOINTMENT 501-776-7777
Sewage Damage to your home or business
SERVPRO of Saline County's technicians are trained and experienced in all levels of water mitigation. But, that doesn't always mean clean water. That also means "category 3" water. "Category 3" is described as unclean water. This may include flood water and sometimes sewage water. Flood and sewage water should be handled and treated by a trained technician.
SERVPRO of Saline County has the equipment to extract the water and materials, apply a disinfectant and remove porous materials that have been affected. This includes but is not limited to, carpet and pad, sheet rock and baseboards, and hardwood or laminate flooring. We will then take appropriate measures to dry all other materials and monitor the progress daily. We will then treat and disinfect so you can rebuild and get back to normal.
So, when your home or business is affected by unsanitary water, give us a call at 501-776-2222
Kitchen Fire Caused by Grease
The aftermath of a grease fire.
House fires are much more common than people think. They can happen in many ways and always suddenly. One of the most common causes is a grease fire and this photo is where the fire began in this home. The fire began on the stove and the homeowner was able to put it out with a fire extinguisher. And although the home was not a total loss, the damage was still devastating.
We understand how much your home means to you and your family, so we are ready to help. Our team has the equipment and experience to help you get your home back to normal as quickly as possible.
So, if you suffer from a fire in your Benton or Bryant home, call SERVPRO of Saline County.
Like floors, our furniture experiences a lot of wear and tear daily. We eat on our couches and chairs, watch tv, take naps, and just relax. And if you have pets or children, the normal wear and tear can sometimes be intensified. So, it is no surprise that they may need a cleaning touch up every once in a while. SERVPRO of Saline County can help you with that. Our products and equipment are specially designed to remove stains, odor, and everyday filth. We also have experience in all kinds of fabrics. So, if your upholstery needs a refresher or just a touch up, give us a call! We can help make your furniture “Like it never even happened.”
SERVPRO of Saline County is here to help.
Our Fire Restoration Process
Cleaning smoke and soot from a ceiling.
House fires are more common than one would think. And when they do occur the home is not always a total loss. Most fires happen in the kitchen and if put out in time the rest of the house can be saved. But that doesn’t mean that the rest of the house was not affected. Fire creates smoke and soot which can travel quickly and get on contents and the rest of the structure. SERVPRO of Saline County knows how important your home and belongings are. We will carefully pack up all contents and bring them back to our warehouse where we clean each item. We then get started on the structure. We wipe all walls, ceilings and floors with our specially formulated cleaning solutions. Once we have the entire structure clean and soot free, we will deodorize your home. Finally, we return all your belongings, unpack the boxes, and place the items exactly where they were before the fire. So, if you experience a devastating fire, call SERVPRO of Saline County. We are here to help!
We don't do just fire and water damage, we clean too!
SERVPRO is known as a "Fire and Water-Cleanup and Restoration" service. Therefore, many hear that and think, okay that's all they do, fire and water. But, GUESS WHAT?! We are also a highly trained cleaning company, as well! SERVPRO has a huge array of cleaning supplies and deodorizers. We are prepared for large commercial cleanups, as well as small residential deep clean.
Below is a list of our cleaning services.
- Air Ducts and HVAC
- Carpet and Upholstery
- Ceiling, Floors, and Walls
- Drapes and Blinds
- Odor Removal
- Sewage and Toilet Overflow
- Trauma and Crime Scene
- Commercial Cleaning Services
If you have need a quote on any of our cleaning services, big or small, give SERVPRO of Saline County a call at 501-776-2222
Ready for Any Size Disaster
SERVPRO of Saline County is geared and ready to go with highly trained technicians. No matter the size of the disaster, we are ready.
We are prepared for commercial cleaning, water loss, or fire. We have experience in cleaning air ducts and HVAC units in buildings as large as 30,000 square feet. We have also handled a commercial kitchen cleaning and a water loss within a multi unit home.
We have experience within apartment complexes that include mold remediation, deodorization, water mitigation and dehumidification, and fire damage and remediation. We also do routine carpet cleanings as well as air duct and HVAC cleaning.
So, if you have a commercial property and want a quote on carpet cleaning or any of our other services, give us a call at 501-776-2222.
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The SERVPRO of Saline County Promaster
WOW, guys!! It's getting real! Our team has been working so hard at getting SERVPRO of Saline County up and running, and now it seems that our hard work is starting to pay off. Our marketing team has been hitting the pavement this week and are getting the word out, that we are here to help. SERVPRO of Saline County is definitely set up for success! We have the three E's; equipment, expertise, and experience to help you and your family when disaster strikes. SERVPRO of Saline County is trained and certified by the IICRC and know what needs to be done, whether it is a carpet cleaning, HVAC, or a severe water loss or fire.
So, if you or your family experience a disaster, big or small, call SERVPRO of Saline County at
Winter Weather Tips
Winter weather can wreak havoc on your home. Some of these damages can come from accumulation of snow on your roof or damage from ice. Here are a few solutions to help you protect your home from winter weather.
- Protect your pipes-As we all know water expands when it freezes. If there is water inside your pipes, when temperatures get too low, it can cause the water inside to expand and your pipes will burst or crack. Here are a few tips to prevent your pipes from bursting.
- Drain water from outdoor sprinklers and faucets.
- Disconnect outdoor hoses and use foam insulators to cover the faucets.
- If you have water pipes that run through unheated areas of your home, protect those pipes with insulation.
- Protect your roof from ice dams-Ice dams form from heat escaping through your roof and melts snow that has formed there. This melted snow then travels to the edge of your roof and refreezes. When the ice dam melts, the water doesn’t have anywhere to drain so it can cause a leak in your roof. There are simple easy steps to protect your roof and prevent ice dams from forming.
- Clean your gutters and downspouts. This allows water to continue to flow throughout the winter.
- Seal areas that may allow warm are to leak to your attic. Some of these areas may be, vent pipes, exhaust fans, chimneys, attic hatches, and light fixtures.
If you experience damage from winter weather, SERVPRO of Saline County is here to help. We are available 24/7 and our experienced team is ready when disaster strikes.