Archived Commercial Blog Posts
Repairing a Commercial Toilet That Won't Stop Flushing
A perpetually flushing toilet in your commercial building is a real nuisance. Nobody wants to deal with toilet overflow. If it's not addressed, this issue can cause water or mold damage, requiring you to consult a water damage restoration professional in Bolivar, Washington, or Sunflower County to assess any damage and keep your building sanitary and safe.
If you can’t stop a toilet from flushing, it's time to check the gasket in the flushometer. Fortunately, this task is easy to do. When the gasket becomes dirty or damaged, it will leak, and your toilet won’t stop flushing, causing toilet overflow. Here are four simple steps to deal with a faulty gasket.
1. Gather Your Tools
Before you start working on the plumbing issue, make sure you have the following tools:
- Flathead screwdriver
- Soft, absorbent cloth
- Fine piece of wire
2. Turn Off the Water To Curb a Toilet Flood
Facing the toilet, you’ll see a slotted circle or a circular cover located on the short arm opposite the flush lever. If there is a cover, pry it off. Insert the screwdriver into the slot and turn to shut off the water.
3. Remove the Gasket
Use your wrench to loosen the gasket cover, which is the large, flat-sided circle at the very top of the unit. Avoid scratching the chrome by using your cloth between the wrench and the gasket cover. Loosen it just a bit, then turn it by hand. Use your cloth to soak up any water that leaked out.
4. Clean or Replace the Gasket
Clean any buildup or debris from the gasket and use your fine wire to clear the little weep hole. Be careful not to enlarge the hole. If the gasket is damaged, replace it with a new one. Put the gasket in place, replace the cover and tighten. Don't forget to turn the water back on when you're finished.
Don't tolerate a constantly flushing toilet. Clean or replace your flushometer gasket to avoid toilet overflow.
Category 3 Water Damage
There are three different levels of damage when it comes to water damage. Category 3 damage is by far the worst. Experts have a way to categorize the different levels of water damage that can occur from floodwater. Category 3 isn’t something you want to ignore or even be around. Here are some traits of this type of water:
- Is contaminated with toxic or pathogenic agents
- Occurs due to backup sewers
- Carries feces, pesticides, or heavy metals
Water from this category is often called black water because of the materials found in it. This situation may not be because of a flaw in your building. Blackwater can come in due to sewage problems from the main city line. There are also cases where a toilet overflow could cause category 3 concerns.
If you notice black water at any time in your office, make sure you evacuate immediately. Identify where the water is located and how much area is affected. You should contact emergency services and your insurance company as well. Don’t go near the water, and don’t try to clean it up yourself. Instead, get in touch with a reputable commercial water damage restoration specialist. A professional crew will extract all the water with high-powered wet vacuums. Once all the water is gone, the team will dry the floor, walls, ceiling, and any other items. A technician will then, sanitize the space to ensure mold doesn’t grow and that there is no presence of harmful materials.
Category 3 water is nothing to take lightly. Follow these guidelines and let a seasoned professional take control. If you experience a water damage at your property, call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland at (662)846-1700.
Tips for Protecting Your Commercial Business from Vandalism
What is Vandalism and Who is at Risk?
The legal definition of vandalism varies from state to state, but the term generally means the intentional damage, defacement, or destruction of someone’s property without the owner’s permission. It is a criminal act and is prohibited by state laws, which may qualify as a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the financial damage that is involved. Additionally, there are some states that refer to vandalism as malicious mischief or criminal mischief.
As far as who may be affected by vandalism, the answer is all business properties, especially vacant buildings. Unfortunately, experiencing vandalism can impact a business in numerous of ways. The most obvious is that it creates damage to the property, which will take time and money to repair.
Tips for Preventing Vandalism
While it is impossible to prevent all acts of vandalism, you can prepare your property so that it discourages vandals.
- Maintain good lighting. The property should remain well lit, especially at night.
- Install and properly maintain cameras. If a crime does occur, police can use your surveillance to identify and catch the perpetrators.
- Keep property tidy. An unorganized area tends to attract vandals.
- Plant shrubbery or fencing. Not only do fencing and shrubbery offer cosmetic appeal to any property, but they also function as the first line of defense against potential intruders.
- Invest in break-resistant glass. Utilizing a break-resistant glass will make the act of breaking in more difficult for vandals to break in.
- Don’t ignore it! If you do experience vandalism, don’t put it off. Vandalism encourages more vandalism.
- Contact authorities. Report vandalism to your local department as soon as possible. If it is not reported, nothing will be done. The department may increase the number of patrols in your area if it is known.
- Share information. Check in with the neighboring businesses to see if they have experienced any sort of vandalism. Sharing information helps reveal the criminals’ patterns that could potentially aide in stopping the vandals.
- Join a business watch group. Like neighborhood watch groups, there are resources available to either start a group or join one. It is a good way to reduce crime by keeping an eye on each other’s property.
Has your place of business been affected by vandalism? SERVPRO® of Greenville/Cleveland can assist with any damages that have occurred.
Commercial Insurance Basics
Property coverage is an essential item in every business budget. Most commercial insurance policies cover damage to your structure in Bolivar, Washington, or Sunflower County, as well as any equipment, furniture or other items that are marred or destroyed in a fire. The answers to the following questions can help you decide which policy to purchase.
What Does a Commercial Insurance Policy Cover?
A basic policy is designed to pay for sudden, accidental occurrences that cause harm to your property. It prevents you from having to pay the cost of fire damage mitigation services out of pocket, and it doesn't just cover the building itself. Other features of your property may be included in the policy:
- Office equipment
- External structures
- Important documents
- Manufacturing machines
What Factors Affect Cost?
Most commercial insurance coverage provides comparable protection, but if there are factors that put your business at a higher risk of fire, your policy will likely cost more. For example, a restaurant owner is probably going to pay more for insurance than someone who runs an office building. Newer buildings with better safety features such as fire-resistant building materials and a state-of-the-art fire suppression system can often get better insurance rates. When you meet with your insurance agent, be sure to ask about the factors that affect the cost of your policy.
Does It Matter Whether You Own or Rent?
If you own property, you need insurance to cover all the items listed above in the event of a fire. If you are renting from someone else, though, you still need to protect yourself. Your landlord's policy will probably only cover the items he or she owns. You still need coverage for the items inside, such as computers, phones and files.
A commercial insurance policy can save you a lot of money in the event of a fire. Make sure you have the right coverage for your business.
Wind Damage Tips
It's Spring here in Mississippi. The weather is changing constantly. It can be difficult to predict. Warm temperatures, cold temperatures. Sunshine, then rain. Frosty mornings, comfy afternoons. However, one element that seems to be consistent is the wind. While wind can be a nuisance and add a chill to the air, it can also be potentially devastating to your commercial property. Here are a few things to consider when protecting your property from strong winds:
- Trim trees or shrubs close to your property or business
- Remove debris from the yard (outdoor furniture, etc.)
- Keep rain gutters clear and clean
- Cover windows with plywood if severe winds or storms are approaching
- Ensure materials such as roofing, fencing, and chimneys are properly maintained
Stay up to date with current weather forecasts and be sure to prepare for heavy winds prior to, rather than during the event. If any wind damage occurs to your commercial property, call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland today at (662)846-1700.
Bio-Hazard Clean Up
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland provides 24-hour emergency services and is dedicated to being faster to any-sized disaster in Washington, Bolivar, and Sunflower counties. We are committed to responding immediately to your Bio-Hazard emergency and have the expertise to handle your advanced cleaning needs. Bio-Hazard cleanings are a different animal. You have to be extremely detailed and safety orientated. Our team works around the clock relentlessly to make sure we properly, safely and efficiently mitigate any and all effected content and structure so that returning to your home or business is a breeze!
- 24-Hour Emergency Service
- Faster to Any-Sized Disaster
- Highly Trained Restoration Technicians
- A Trusted Leader in the Restoration Industry
- Locally Owned and Operated
- Advanced Restoration and Cleaning Equipment
If your business needs our help, call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland today at (662)846-1700.
How Your Business Can Prepare for Emergencies
Risk management is a huge part of being a business owner. Risk management can cover many things, from inventory control to employee safety. Many aspects of running a business need risk management strategies that you may not even think of. When it comes to the risk management of the physical structure of your business, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is Here to help!
At SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland, we have a wonderful program we offer free of charge to our commercial customers. The program is known as the Emergency Ready Profile, or ERP for short. In the simplest of terms, the ERP is an assessment of the structure of your business. We will tour through your facility and find areas of importance to know of when an emergency strikes. Say your office complex has a burst pipe and you need to know where the water main shutoff is in a hurry to stop more water from coming out. With an ERP performed at your business, you will have that information at the tip of your fingers.
After compiling the necessary information from your business, our team will send over a completed hard copy profile as well as an invitation to download the ERP app, which allows you to have all the necessary emergency information available to you on your phone.
What Your Business Can Expect from Storm Damage
If your business has experienced water damage after a flood or a storm in Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington County, it can be overwhelming to know how to begin the recovery process.
- Remove Standing Water
The most important first step is to remove the standing water from the building. The longer standing water remains, the more damage it does to your property. To avoid needing to tear out every last bit of dry wall and flooring, use a water pump to remove water.
- Inspect for Safety
Once the water is gone, the entire building will need to be carefully inspected for safety. A storm restoration team will have the necessary tools to inspect the areas behind walls to see where water has infiltrated.
- Salvage or Scrap
After a thorough safety check has been done, decisions need to be made about the materials in your business. Some furniture and hardwoods can be salvaged, while it is often necessary to scrap drywall and ceiling tiles. Work with professionals who can help you know what all can be salvaged before you start to tear out everything. Salvaging can save you a lot of money in repairs.
- Dry Thoroughly
Now that you're down to bare bones, everything needs to be dried out completely in order to prevent mold growth and structural damage. Untended mold that grows in those areas can cause more damage down the road once you believe that the restoration process is over.
- Restore and Restart
Finally, your property can be restored to its former glory and you can focus on getting back to work.
Don't allow a restoration to overwhelm you. Before you tear out everything, work with professional restorers to help you navigate the process.
Call the Professionals at SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland Today!
As a restoration company, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland’s aim is to be the trusted resource among clients. We ensure that we follow industry standard protocols. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland’s staff members go through IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration) training to be best prepared for all the services we offer. They are also certified with OSHA and Lead awareness. We maintain a large inventory of equipment for commercial and residential work. Air movers, dehumidification equipment, air scrubbers, specialty drying equipment all help complete the work in a timely manner. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland’s team members utilize technology and client documentation to make sure that everything is recorded properly. Our software documents and records all the essential information is needed to make sure that these pieces are easily accessible.
Emergency Ready Plans for Your Business
What is an ERP (Emergency Ready Plan)?
Whether you own a home or a business, it’s important to be ready for a potential disaster. But it’s particularly important when you own a business.
An ERP is a document that contains the critical information you need in the event of an emergency or disaster. This document can even be loaded as an app on your phone, providing ready access for key employees any day, any time; because disasters don’t just happen during business hours. An Emergency Ready Plan will:
- Provide a detailed map of your facility showing where to find important things like water shut-off valves, fire extinguishers and other priority areas. This will allow any employee to get to these areas quickly and efficiently. Prompt response is key in any disaster to help lessen damage. If there is a water main break, the quicker you get to the shut off valve, and stop the flow of water, the less damage there will be. If there is a fire, the quicker you get to a fire extinguisher the better.
- Put all essential phone numbers in one place. All of the essential phone numbers for things like: SERVPRO, the sprinkler system emergency contact, the building owner emergency number, local fire department will now be at any employees finger tips.
- Help employees identify the chain of command and who within the organization has the authority to authorize emergency clean up services to begin. In order for any restoration company to begin work, proper authorization forms must be signed. Any delay in recognizing and reaching the person who has the authority to authorize the work, will result in costly delays to mitigating the damage.
- Be free of charge to your business. Our friendly sales staff would love to do an ERP free of charge for your business. It won’t take much time, and it could save your business.
Call 662-846-1700 to set up your plan.
Back to Work
With the country easing back into a somewhat normal life, and as a growing number of businesses and workplaces welcoming back their employees, it’s more crucial than ever to have buildings and facilities thoroughly cleaned to keep everyone safe from the coronavirus and other health hazards.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, SERVPRO franchises throughout the U.S. -- including SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland -- are here to help keep your customers and employees safe, and also let everyone know you've chosen a higher standard of clean.
When you go with us, you’re choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned -- a defensive, proactive viral pathogen cleaning program backed by our more than 50 years of experience in cleanup and restoration. With an industry-leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions and remediation processes, we're helping businesses across the country open safely.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, these are currently known about Covid-19:
- It is spread from person to person and happens most frequently among close contacts (within about 6 feet).
- This type of transmission occurs via respiratory droplets.
- Current evidence suggests that novel coronavirus may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials.
- Cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention of Covid-19
Here at SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland, we have seen a spike of Covid-contaminated facilities that we’ve treated in recent months. Call 662-846-1700 today to schedule your Covid-19 cleaning.
Water Damages in Restaurants
Owning a restaurant can be a very rewarding experience, but also filled with many obstacles. With multiple sinks, toilets, and a dish washing machine, as well as natural weather occurrences, the potential for water damage within your business is high. Water or flood damage in your restaurant can cripple your business and make it unsafe for you to continue standard operations until specific safeguards are in place. Contamination threats, such as bacteria or mold, that can arise from standing water, could close your doors immediately. To protect your restaurant and keep business flowing after a water damage, call the professionals at SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland. We have water restoration experts capable of addressing standing water and implementing drying solutions, as well as cleaning technicians and biohazard specialists if needed to ensure the safety of your restaurant.
Timely response to a water damage is essential in minimizing the disruption of business. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland offers 24-hour emergency water damage response, allowing us to address saturation and exposed materials quickly, and identify which areas are most prone to mold and microbial threats. We have a full line of potent antimicrobial products that can help to eliminate mold spores present on surfaces and protect them from potential colonization.
Removing any standing water in a timely fashion is necessary to not only protect the building your business operates in, but also your investment in the furniture, fixtures, and equipment in the restaurant. From wooden legs of chairs and tables, to bases of booths, and carpets & upholstery, prolonged exposure to excessive moisture can warp and distort these structures to the point of requiring replacement. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland has industry leading drying and extraction equipment and to give your restaurant the immediate attention it needs.
Call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland today at (662) 846-1700 for your Clean Up and Restoration needs, We’re Here to Help!
5 Common Sewer Problems
Your building’s biggest drain is its sewer line. Major problems can occur as a result of a damaged or blocked sewer line. These issues can wreak havoc on a commercial building if they aren’t discovered and solved early on. Beware of the following potential problems.
1. Substances Building Up
Never put grease down a drain; it’ll solidify and build up in the pipes. Coffee grounds are also one of the worst substances for a drain.
2. Foreign Objects Getting Stuck
Sanitary sewer lines and bathroom drains — both residential and commercial — are designed to handle only human waste and toilet tissue. Nothing else should be put down the drains. Even paper towels and “flushable wipes” are harmful to septic systems.
3. Tree Roots Growing
In their search for moisture and nutrients, tree roots will invariably find your sewer system. They’ll even grow into the line by infiltrating cracks that develop in the pipes. This can cause serious problems such as pipe breaks, as well as leaking or blocked sewer lines. A toilet overflow is often the first sign of a sewer blockage.
4. Lines Failing
Freezing and thawing cycles in the ground, shifting soil, tree roots or the settling of a structure can cause pipe breaks, cracks or collapse. When damaged sewer lines leak, the water will saturate the ground surrounding the pipes, causing more damage to the line when it freezes. Piping that isn't made of PVC is at risk of deteriorating and can give way, obstructing flow through the pipe.
5. Pipes Sagging
Over time, parts of pipes will sag deeper into the ground. Water, waste, and sediment will then collect in this “bellied” area and get trapped, blocking the line from flowing properly.
Always be mindful of signs of a leaking or blocked sewer line at your building. If a problem occurs, water damage clean up experts will return your property to its preloss condition as quickly as possible. Prevention is key, so have your sewer line inspected every three to five years.
Water Damage During the Night
Have you ever been sound asleep, and suddenly your phone rings. It's your nighttime maintenance technician notifying you that your building has flooded. And you exact thoughts are "Oh no, it's the middle of the night, who do I call?". The answer to that question is SERVPRO! We take the stress and headache away from you, making the process simple and stress free for you.
Our SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland team is here for you not only during normal business hours but also during the night and the early mornings. We have a 24-7 on-call technician ready to address your next disaster and dispatch the next crew out to you.
At SERVPRO we understand that those disasters that happen in the middle of the night, need to be addressed immediately. We don't wait until the morning because we understand that your building needs to operate normally once the clock strikes 8 am. It is our duty to get your building back to a workable state for your staff and/or tenants.
The 2 am disaster calls are our favorite to respond to! Don't wait until the morning to address a disaster. Waiting can cause secondary damage to your building, leaving the downtime on your building even longer.
Call our SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland team today if you experience an unexpected disaster at your property in the middle of the night. We are on standby 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, ready to help you! We are only a call away!
Back to School
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland recently picked up over twenty rugs from a local school to get them cleaned and ready for school to start back. Rugs can be picked up and delivered back to the school after we have cleaned them, or rugs can be dropped off at our local office in Cleveland, MS. Several schools in the area have used our rug cleaning service to get their rugs cleaned and ready for school to start. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland also offers services to schools and daycares such as COVID-19 Cleaning. If you are interested in getting rugs from your school or daycare cleaned, please call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland today at (662) 846-1700 to set up your appointment. At SERVPRO, we are always here to help.
Commercial Clean Up during Coronavirus 2020
SERVPRO is being called by numerous business owners and community leaders to perform necessary bioremediation services to clean, disinfect, and sanitize their facilities. Our cleanup procedures are in accordance with the CDC recommendations. The CDC recommends usage of a labeled hospital-grade disinfectant with claims against similar pathogens to the coronavirus. Multiple products in the SERVPRO product line meet this standard and carry the EPA-registered emerging pathogens claims.
We are here and ready to aid you in your time of need, providing these services so your facility can be cleaned and ready for business to resume. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is in this with you so feel free to email or call for more information. For further information about cleaning, please contact SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland at (662)846-1700.
Please continue to stay safe and maintain social distance as we all do our part to combat this and lessen the spread of this horrible virus.
SERVPRO is being called on by numerous businesses and community leaders to perform the necessary bioremediation services to clean, disinfect and sanitizer their properties. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland uses EPA approved products and follows the CDC guidelines for cleanup practices. If you are interested in inquiring about our services we’re here to help while life gets back to normal in the communities we call home.
The CDC recommends usage of a labeled hospital-grade disinfectant with claims against similar pathogens to the coronavirus. Multiple products in the SERVPRO product line meet this standard and carry the EPA-registered emerging pathogens claims. While there is currently no product tested against this particular strain of the coronavirus, we are following all guidelines as provided by the CDC.
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is uniquely prepared during this unprecedented time to clean and disinfect your home or business according to the protocols set forth by the CDC. We have years of experience in dealing with biological contaminants, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform on a daily basis.
Sunflower County Cleanings
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland will start a project involving cleaning of five daycares in Sunflower County. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland's crew is scheduled to start on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. A general cleaning of each of the five buildings will be done in Moorhead, Indianola, Ruleville, Sunflower, and Drew, MS. A total clean of the kitchen and bathrooms with Antimicrobial will be done. All window trim, all door trim, and all inside glass windows will be cleaned for this project. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland will also strip and wax floors. SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland offers these types of services in Bolivar, Sunflower, and Washington counties. Other services SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland offers is post construction cleaning, HVAC cleaning, carpet cleanings, and rug and upholstery cleanings. Please call us at (662)846-1700 today to schedule services or for an estimate for your residential or commercial general cleaning. At SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland, we are always here to help.
Sunflower County Commercial Water Damage
On Saturday, September 14, 2019, a local church in Indianola, Mississippi, experienced a water damage. The cause of loss was a pipe underneath the sink. The church called SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland for assistance in cleaning up their water damage. The technicians were dispatched to Indianola to extract water from the affected areas and to set air movers and Dehus to dry the many rooms affected. The crew chief went back daily to monitor the equipment and check on the drying status of the material readings. After three days of drying, the Indianola church's affected materials were dry.
What to Expect
When you call, we will ask several questions regarding your water damage emergency. These questions will help us determine what equipment and resources to bring, including how many trained SERVPRO Professionals may be needed.
Our SERVPRO Representative will ask several questions:
- Your name and contact information
- Your insurance information (if applicable)
- The street address of the water-damaged home
- When did the flooding or water damage occur?
- What caused the water damage (if known)?
- Is there electricity available (on-site)?
For help restoring your home after a water loss, call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland at (662)846-1700. We’ll make it “Like it never even happened.”
Our Highly Trained Restoration Specialists can restore your Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington County Home
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland is an IICRC firm. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) creates the standards for the restoration industry and provides training and certification to restoration companies. IICRC Certified Firms have the right to display the IICRC Certified Logo.
IICRC Certified Firms must
Present accurate information to consumers and conduct business with honesty and integrity.
Require a technician on all jobs who has been formally trained and passed all required tests.
Require a continuing education program to keep technicians up-to-date on the latest changes in the industry.
Maintain liability insurance to protect all parties in the event of an accident.
Maintain a written complaint policy and agree to Better Business Bureau or similar arbitration to resolve disputes, and accept the conclusions and recommendations of arbitration.
The IICRC Develops The Standards For The Restoration Industry
The IICRC has been the driving force in establishing the main industry standards and reference guides for professional carpet cleaning, water damage restoration and mold remediation. These IICRC standards take years to develop and require the coordination of experts in the field: manufacturers, industry organizations, insurance professionals, training schools, contractors, and public health professionals.
Every five years, the standards are reviewed and updated. The water damage restoration field changes rapidly with advancements in technology and science, and therefore the standards must evolve to keep pace.
About SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration and we are an IICRC Certified Firm. We believe in continuous training: from initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO's corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.
Restoring Your Bolivar, Sunflower, or Washington County Commercial Property After A Water Damage Event
Flooding and water damage events at Bolivar, Sunflower, and Washington County commercial properties are often complex with numerous issues that require a knowledgeable and flexible response. Whether we are dealing with a relatively small water cleanup scenario or a large scale event, we work quickly to assess each unique situation and isolate the damaged area. In many instances, normal operations can continue in a temporary space while we restore your facility.
Restoring Commercial Properties Presents Unique Challenges
Our professionals are trained to be mindful of legal and environmental concerns and strive to fully restore the damaged area while working within your budgetary constraints. We understand that every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. So when an emergency situation arises in your business, give us a call and we will be there fast with the help you need.
About SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland specializes in the cleanup and restoration of commercial and residential property after a water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO's corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.
Happy Birthday to Megan Brumfield, SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland's Administrative Assistant!
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland helped celebrate Megan Brumfield's birthday on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Megan Brumfield lives in Cleveland, and she has been working for SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland since November of 2012. Megan has currently been working for us for a little over six years.
Megan Brumfield answers the phone and audits all jobs that come into SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland's office. Megan is IICRC WRT Certified.
Call Megan or any of our office staff today at (662)846-1700 to schedule your next carpet cleaning or duct cleaning and for any questions regarding Fire and Water Damage Restoration, Carpet Cleaning, HVAC Cleaning, and Post Construction Cleaning. At SERVPRO, we are always here to help!
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland's First Game
SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland's first ball game of the year was on Monday, April 15, 2019. Congratulations to SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland on their first game of the season. We are looking forward to a great season of baseball this year! Stay tuned for more pictures of upcoming games for SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland! Their next baseball game is Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Cleveland, MS.
At SERVPRO, we are always here to help! Please call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland regarding any questions you may have about Fire and Water Damage Restoration Clean up, Carpet Cleanings, Upholstery Cleanings, HVAC Cleanings, Mold Remediation, and Post Construction Cleaning. You can reach us at (662) 846-1700. Please call SERVPRO of Greenville/Cleveland today for a carpet cleaning estimate!