SERVPRO First Responder Bowl
Once again, SERVPRO is proud to be the title sponsor for the college bowl game dedicated to our nation's first responders. This year's game will be a matchup between the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers and the Western Michigan Broncos. The game will take place on Monday, December 30th at Gerald J. Ford Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Kickoff is set for 11:30 a.m. CT.
We at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson are proud to be part of an event that honors our police officers, firefighters, EMS workers, correctional officers, search and rescue, dispatchers, security guards, federal agents, border patrol agents and military personnel who are the first to arrive and provide assistance at the scene of an emergency. We welcome the opportunity to recognize these everyday heroes who sacrifice their own well being to be of service to our communities.
Enjoy the holidays with your family and join us at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson as we honor these brave individuals.
Christmas Tree Safety
Keep Your Family Safe This Holiday Season
For many families the decorating of the Christmas tree signals the official start of the holiday season. Unfortunately, Christmas trees start approximately 210 house fires each year in the United States. There are a few basic safety tips that can keep your family safe this season while you enjoy your festive holiday decorations:
*Carefully select your tree - look for fresh, green needles that do not fall off when touched.
*Place your tree carefully: stay at least three feet away from any heat source including fireplaces, radiators, heat vents or lights. Keep candles away from your tree.
*Examine your lights before decorating your tree. Throw away any strands with broken cords or loose bulb connections. Be sure your lights have been checked for safety in a recognized testing laboratory and only use lights designated for indoor use on your tree.
*Water your tree daily.
*Remove your tree promptly after Christmas or as soon as it is noticeably dry. Be sure to dispose of your tree properly- a dried out tree is a fire hazard if left in your home or garage. Find our if your community has a recycling program for trees.
Enjoy the holiday season with your family and friends. If your home or business suffers a fire or smoke damage, call the restoration professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson. We are available anytime day or night at 317-773-0422.
Our People Are What Makes Our Service The Best In The Business
When your home or business has been damaged by fire, smoke or water, there are many companies out there you can call on but only one who can provide the exceptional service of SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson. We will not only restore your property using the most up to date techniques and equipment, but our employees will make the experience as painless as possible. We take great pride in not only the technical expertise that our employees possess but in the dedication to providing exceptional customer service at every step of the process.
"I would love to give a HUGE shout out to Debbie and her daughter August. Fire loss is devastating but these two special people have been right here by my side and took a huge burden off my shoulders. These ladies are old souls, very personable and go above and beyond. Debbie is always a phone call away. So grateful for her warm heart and sweet smile! She's the best!"
- customer recommendation
We know that the aftermath of a disaster can be overwhelming to a homeowner or business owner. From the biggest fire to the smallest water leak, it is important to our customers that we get to work fast and provide a quality experience. Our technicians will walk you through the restoration process, communicate with your insurance company, and be there night or day to answer questions and alleviate your concerns.
"Dave handled everything quickly and efficiently and didn't try to rip me off. He cared about taking care of my problem and was available for questions and followup."
- customer recommendation
When you need restoration services, call the experts at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson anytime day or night at 317-773-0422.
How Ice Dams Cause Water Damage To Your Home
Freezing temperatures are on the way for Central Indiana and homeowners need to be on the watch for ice dams.
Many of us enjoy the beauty of icicles hanging over the eaves of our home during the winter months. Unfortunately, this can be a sign of an imminent problem for your home. Ice dams are thick ridges of ice that build up along eaves or the lower levels of rooflines. They are created when snow melts on an upper, warmer part of the roof and the meltwater runs down to the colder eaves then freezes. This ice accumulates and forms a blockage. This blockage (or dam) causes the melted water from the roof to back up behind it, flowing under shingles and eventually into the home itself. The result can be serious damage to the exterior of your home, pulling down shingles and gutters. It can also be the cause of wet insulation, walls and warped flooring inside.
The best way to prevent ice dams from occurring is to ensure the air in the attic doesn't get too warm, thus preventing the melting that leads to the build up of ice. Increase insulation to be sure no warm, moist air is able to move from your home's living spaces into the attic area. Maintaining colder temperatures in your attic area is the best way to prevent future ice dams. Properly ventilate your roof so that any warm air that does escape the living space into the attic is carried away.
Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, ice dams can occur during the winter months and the subsequent water damage to our homes can be devastating. If your home or business has flooding this winter, call the restoration professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North, and of Anderson at 317-773-0422. We are available anytime day or night to make your home "Like it never even happened."
We Are Thankful For Our Customers This Holiday Season
With the holidays just around the corner, we at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson would like to take a moment to thank our customers for entrusting us with their restoration needs. We take our job of making your home or business "Like it never even happened." after fire, smoke or water damage very seriously. We know when disaster strikes, our customers need help fast. Our goal is to restore your home or business to its preloss state quickly and with quality workmanship. We are grateful for homeowners and business owners who have put their trust in us - it is a privilege to serve you!
If your home or business is in need of restoration services, call us anytime day or night at 317-773-0422.
If Your Home or Business is Damaged by a Storm, Call SERVPRO
When your home or business sustains damage from a storm, you need help quickly and you need a company with the experience and expertise to get the job done right. When you call the restoration specialists at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson, our team will be on-site quickly to assess the damage and create a plan to get you back into your home or business quickly. Our fast response helps to minimize further damage and reduce costs. With a network of over 1700 franchises, we have the manpower and resources to handle any size situation. Damage caused by sudden storms can be devastating and overwhelming. We will work with your insurance company and walk you through the process of returning your property to its preloss state. Services that we provide include: mold remediation, carpet cleaning, odor removal and roof tarping/boardup. If your home or business has been damaged by a storm, call SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson anytime day or night at 317-773-0422.
Why Call The Professionals at SERVPRO After A Fire At Your Home?
When your home has been damaged by fire or smoke damage, your first impulse may be to start cleaning to get things back to normal immediately. Although we understand the desire to restore order as quickly as possible, calling the restoration professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson right away can save you time, money and headaches. The following is an overview of the process that we take with each fire to make your home "Like it never even happened".
After even a small fire, the structure will need to be thoroughly cleaned. This includes ceilings, walls, woodwork, carpeting and other types of flooring. Our restoration specialists will pretest each area to determine the extent of the damage and utilize specialized products and techniques for each individual surface. Depending on the amount and type of soot, it may be possible to keep costs down and avoid having to paint and refinish some walls and woodwork.
The contents of your home in the affected areas will be cleaned and deodorized. This includes furniture, draperies, upholstery, and area rugs. All other items in your home including wooden furniture, kitchen items, clothing and bedding will also be cleaned. We have experts on staff who are specialists in cleaning and restoring your artwork, electronics and precious family photographs. Lastly, the contents of your home will be thoroughly inventoried so you can rest assured that your belongings are being safely maintained.
Finally, your home will be thoroughly deodorized to eliminate any lingering odors left by the fire or smoke damage. Our treatments do not simply cover the smells but eliminate them at their source.
Even a small fire can have devastating and lasting consequences on your home. Don't go it alone. Call the trusted professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson to get the job done right quickly and efficiently. We can be reached 24 hours a day 7 days a week at 317-773-0422.
Are You Ready For Winter Storms in Noblesville?
Weather in Central Indiana is known for its unpredictability. It can be balmy and 60 degrees one day and snowy and cold the next. Although it may be hard to control Mother Nature, there are some simple steps we can take to protect our homes and our families when winter storms hit.
*Prepare for power outages: heavy snow and freezing rain are common during winter storms and often lead to power outages. Invest in a battery powered or hand-crank radio so you can stay aware of changing local conditions. A generator is a good idea to power your home until power can be restored. Keep flashlights on every level of your home and don't forget extra batteries!
*Keep three days worth of non-perishable food and water on hand in case you are housebound. Don't forget a manual can opener and food and water for your pets as well!
*Create an emergency preparation kit for your family. Store important family documents such as birth certificates, social security cards, financial records and insurance papers in a waterproof container. Designate an emergency contact for family members to stay connected, preferably someone not impacted by your local weather.
*Maintain your furnace regularly. Keep a supply of firewood, fire starters and heating fuel on hand and make sure your chimney is cleaned of debris from last season.
*Maintain and repair snow removal equipment before you need it!
*Check your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors monthly and replace batteries when necessary.
*Be a good neighbor and check on those who live nearby who may need special assistance during severe weather: the elderly, those living with small children or individuals with special needs or circumstances who may need extra help.
Follow these tips to stay safe this winter. If your home or business is damaged by severe weather this winter call the restoration specialists at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson at 317-773-0422. We can make it "Like it never even happened".
October is Fire Safety Month: Workplace Fire Prevention
October is Fire Safety Month! Ensure your place of business is prepared in the event of a fire emergency by following these simple guidelines.
*Reduce workplace clutter! Unnecessary buildup of paper and supplies can become fuel in the event of a fire. Utilize storage facilities for files that you don't use frequently and remove waste and recycling frequently. Keeping clutter to a minimum will also allow easier access to exits and emergency equipment in case a fire does occur.
*Test sprinklers annually and smoke detectors monthly. Never stack or store items in a way that blocks sprinklers.
*Be sure each employee area has clear exit diagrams and a well lit floor plan. Discuss your company's evacuation plan with your employees.
*Make sure there are an adequate number of working fire extinguishers and be sure all of your employees know how to use them.
*Take care of electrical or wiring problems immediately. Don't overload circuits or extension cords and have a qualified electrician replace frayed or damaged wiring ASAP.
Following these simple tips can make your workplace a safer place in the event of an emergency. If your home or business does experience a fire event, call the professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North, and of Anderson at 317-773-0422. We will be onsite quickly to assess the damage and make your workplace "Like it never even happened".
Commercial Services Spotlight: Healthcare Facilities
Restoring any commercial building after a fire or water damage requires skills and manpower, but the restoration of healthcare facilities requires the particular training and expertise that SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North and of Anderson can provide. Healthcare facilities require a specialized approach for such issues as medical waste disposal, HIPPA compliance, and infection and environmental control issues. We have experience restoring healthcare facilities of all sizes, from the largest hospitals and residential senior living properties to the smallest labs and doctors' offices.
Types of Facilities:
- Assisted Living Centers
- Outpatient Surgical Centers
- Electronics and Machine Restoration
- Hospice Facilities
- Senior Living Facilities
- Medical Office Buildings
We understand that your priority is the well being and comfort of the patients in your care. Our professionals are trained to be mindful of safety, privacy, legal and environmental concerns while working within your budget and time constraints.
Our Experience Includes:
- Biohazard Remediation
- Total Project Management
- Facilities Cleaning and Restoration
- Flooding and Water Damage Cleanup
- Air Ducts and HVAC Cleaning
- Smoke and Soot Cleanup
- Odor Removal
- Mold Removal
- Document and Records Recovery
When disaster strikes, trust the professionals at SERVPRO of Hamilton County, of Indianapolis North, and of Anderson to restore your healthcare facility, give you peace of mind, and make it "Like it never even happened".