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Does Your Business Have an Emergency Readiness Plan?

3/20/2018 (Permalink)

When your commercial building is hit with a devastating fire or water damage, you need immediate action to get back in business right away. Let SERVPRO of Hamilton County help you to create an Emergency Readiness Profile for your business. This concise document provides an emergency action checklist of what to do in the event of a fire or water damage that will keep your employees safe and help reduce business interruption. Knowing what to expect and how to respond in case of an emergency greatly reduces the potential damage to your property and speeds up the process of mitigation. An experienced restoration specialist will spend time getting to know your unique business and will provide the profile at no charge to you. Included in the profile is a detailed list of shut-off valve locations for sprinklers, alarms, and other critical utilities as well as priority contact information for who to call in case of emergency. A detailed overview of your property is included, complete with digital pictures for insurance purposes. We will provide you with a concise list of who to call and what to do so you can get back to business as usual. Does your business have a preparedness plan in place? Let SERVPRO of Hamilton County partner with your business to give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing what to do when the unthinkable happens. 

SERVPRO Will Get You Back in Business

2/27/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Hamilton County is locally owned and we understand that when your business has been hit with a water damage or fire, you need help fast. When you call us, our trained professionals will be on site quickly to assess the damage and begin the process of getting your business up and running. Our goal is to clean and restore your structure and contents quickly and efficiently so you can get back to doing what your business does best. As small business owners, we understand that every hour you spend cleaning up after a fire or water damage means lost revenue and productivity. If your business or commercial property has been impacted by water, fire, or smoke damage, call SERVPRO of Hamilton County anytime day or night at 317-773-0422. We can make your business "Like it never even happened."

Commercial Services

2/27/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Hamilton County offers a variety of services for your business or commercial property. We specialize in cleanup and restoration after fire, smoke and water damage. We have the expertise and manpower to take care of your loss, no matter the size. Our services include specialized electronics restoration and document drying. If you suspect you have a mold infestation, our certified professionals will quickly assess the problem and work to manage the situation efficiently to keep your business running and your employees healthy. Other services for your commercial property include carpet cleaning and deodorization to keep your workspace looking its very best. Call us today at 317-773-0422 to find out how SERVPRO of Hamilton County can help your business or commercial property function at its highest level.

Even Small Fires Can Cause Big Problems

2/23/2018 (Permalink)

A house fire, no matter how small, can have devastating and lingering consequences to your home. Even a fire that was limited in size to a small area of the structure can cause smoke damage to the entire home. Smoke will travel to cooler areas of the building and leave your belongings covered in soot and an unpleasant smoky odor that can be difficult to remove. Trying to clean your home yourself after a fire can be challenging, even for homeowners who normally take care of cleaning and maintenance issues. The professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County have the training, equipment, and expertise to thoroughly clean and deodorize your home after a house fire. Call us night or day at 317-773-0422 and let us make your home "Like it never even happened."

If You Have Mold You Need SERVPRO

2/23/2018 (Permalink)

There are several reasons why your home could have a mold infestation. After a water damage, mold can begin to grow and spread in as little as 48 hours. Sometimes mold growth is the result of a slow leak in a bathroom or a damp area of the basement. If you find or suspect mold in your home, it is important to take care of it immediately. SERVPRO of Hamilton County will respond quickly to your call. A quicker response lessens the damage and keeps costs down. Our trained professionals receive extensive and continual training and utilize the best technologies and equipment to get the job done quickly and efficiently. Mold growth can damage your property and compromise the health of your family. Call SERVPRO of Hamilton County at 317-773-0422 if you suspect mold in your home.

Keep Your Family Safe This Holiday Season

11/28/2017 (Permalink)

The holidays are here and that means time with family and friends. Unfortunately, this is one of the most dangerous times of the year for household fires. More than twice as many open flame fires are reported on Christmas Day and New Year's Day than on average days throughout the year. There are several ways that you can keep your family safe this holiday season:

Kitchen fires are the most common type of home fire during the holidays. Never leave cooking food unattended and always keep a fire extinguisher handy. Keep flammable items such as plastic bags and towels away from the stove and oven and always supervise children in the kitchen.

Candles start two out of five home decoration structure fires. Keep any flammable items, such as curtains and holiday decorations, at least three feet from burning candles. Never leave candles unattended and always blow out all candles before going to bed. Keep candles on a level surface and utilize LED flameless candles when possible.

If your family enjoys a real Christmas tree be sure to keep it adequately watered. Even well watered trees will dry out within about four weeks and dry needles are a fire hazard. Check light strands for fraying and discard damaged strands of lights. Always unplug your Christmas tree lights before leaving the house or going to bed.

Stay safe this holiday season. If your home suffers a fire or smoke damage, call SERVPRO of Hamilton County anytime day or night at 317-773-0422. Our restoration experts are ready to help!

Stay Safe in Severe Weather

11/6/2017 (Permalink)

Storms often come with no warning. Prepare your home and family ahead of time to minimize your risks in case severe weather strikes. Follow these guidelines to keep your loved ones safe and protect your home or business:

* Keep a flashlight in an easily accessible location on every floor of your house. Check the batteries frequently and replace as necessary. Flashlights are safer than candles.

*Develop a disaster plan for your home and place of business and practice evacuation routes or where to take cover in case of severe weather.

*Always keep a battery powered radio on hand and check the batteries frequently so you can hear weather alerts even if you lose power.

*Keep a first aid kit on hand and an emergency stash of food and water.

Taking simple precautions ahead of time and preparing for severe weather can mean the difference if you or your loved ones are caught in a storm. If severe weather strikes your home or business, call SERVPRO of Hamilton County at 317-773-0422 for immediate restoration services.

Storm Cleanup: What To Do First

9/19/2017 (Permalink)

If your home is damaged by storms, it can be devastating. We at SERVPRO of Indianapolis North understand that you need help fast to minimize the damage. Immediately following a storm that has left your home with a flooded basement or damaged flooring, there are steps that you can take right away. 

1. Take pictures! Photos of affected areas and belongings can be critical proof of damaged items and repairs that need to be made. 

2. Remove what water you can if it is safe to be in your damaged home or office. Check to be sure drains are not clogged to allow sump pumps to work properly.

3. Call the restoration specialists at Hamilton County at 317-773-0422. Our trained technicians can evaluate the extent of the damage to your structure and contents and evaluate for possible mold infestation. Utilizing the most up to date processes and equipment, Hamilton County can make your home or business "Like it never even happened."

Mold After Flooding

9/11/2017 (Permalink)

If your home has recently been flooded, there are steps you can take as a homeowner to fight fast-growing mold.

1. Wear protection: utilize a face mask, nonporous gloves and protective eyewear when cleaning up your home after a flood.

2. Improve ventilation: open windows and doors while in your home to increase air flow.

3. Clean up and dry out: wipe down wet items and surfaces with detergent and water and use fans to help speed up the drying process.

4. Discard soaked items that have been wet for more than 48 hours.

5. Call trained professionals to inspect your home, even if you don't have obvious signs of mold growth.

If you have experienced flooding in your home, follow these steps and rely on the trained professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County to inspect and take care of a suspected mold problem. 

When Disaster Strikes Your Commercial Property

8/21/2017 (Permalink)

There's never a convenient time for fire or Water damage to strike your Central Indiana commercial property. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. So when the need arises for professional cleaning or emergency restoration services we have the training and expertise to respond promptly with highly trained technicians to get your property back to business. We offer the following services for commercial properties of any size:

Commercial Restoration Services

  • Commercial Water Damage Restoration
  • Commercial Fire Damage Restoration
  • Commercial Mold Remediation
  • Commercial Storm and Major Events
  • Disaster Recovery Team

Contact SERVPRO of Hamilton County at 317-773-0422 anytime of the day or night. Our highly trained technicians are ready to make your property "Like it never even happened."