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Flood Preparation Checklist

You haven’t escaped the rainy season yet. Spring showers can cause serious damage. Follow the tips below to help limit spring flood damage in your property.

Flood Resistant Materials

Use these materials in your property to limit flood damage:

  • Floors: Use ceramic tiles, concrete or pressure- treated lumber.
  • Walls: Use concrete, brick or stone.

Before Flood

  • Gather a […]
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Spring Showers

Temperatures are rising but storm damage is still active! You’re off the hook when you manage your storm damage right away.

Water Damage

Don’t let the spring rains leave you drenched. We’re experts at solving water damage fast with our 7 step process. Whether your basement is flooded or you’re seeing mystery stains on your ceiling, […]

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Love Your Peace of Mind

Home heating fires are all too common in February. There are many causes of fire damage. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 48% of home fires caused by heating equipment take place in December, January & February. Stay disaster free:

Chimneys:

  • Schedule a professional chimney sweep at least once per year.
  • Keep your […]
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Hello Winter

Winter has officially arrived. Watch out for home damage caused by the following winter culprits.

Storm Damage

Experiencing heavy rains or wind? From flooded basements to leaky roofs, our team of restoration experts is available 24/7. We’ll remove standing water and thoroughly dry affected areas.

Ice Dams

Snowmelt stuck behind a perimeter of ice on your roof can […]

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Happy Holidays from ServiceMaster

Happy Holidays from ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning. We’re committed to superior service every season.

Don’t let winter weather dampen your celebrations. If you experience water or fire damage this holiday season, we’re here to help.

We have specialists available around the clock to serve you when you need it most. Contact us 24/7 for emergency restoration […]

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How to Prevent Electrical Fires This Holiday Season

The holiday season is around the corner. Before you become too busy with decorating, cooking and attending holiday parties, consider your heightened fire risk. Your heating system will most likely be on full blast for the next few months. That alone can cause a disaster. When you throw in flammable decorations, strings of electric lights […]

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Flood Cleanup Must-Do’s

Natural disasters in Pensacola, FL can wreak havoc on your home. Floods are no exception. The first step to dealing with a flood is to be prepared. Ensuring the safety of you and your family is the top priority. Connecting to your community alert system, gathering supplies and performing home maintenance are all good ideas. […]

Tips to Limit your Losses During Hurricane Season

A hurricane can be scary and unpredictable. While a lot of what happens during a natural disaster is determined by mother nature, you can control how you prepare beforehand and deal with the damage afterwards. Here are a few safety and maintenance tips to help limit water, wind and fire damage to […]

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Hurricane Preparedness Week: Complete Your Written Hurricane Plan

Complete Your Written Hurricane Plan

The time to prepare for a hurricane is before the season begins, when you have the time and are not under pressure. If you wait until a hurricane is on your doorstep, the odds are that you will be under duress and will make the wrong decisions. Take the time now […]

  • 5 Things to Know About Where to Get Hurricane Information

Hurricane Preparedness Week: Identify Your Trusted Sources of Information for a Hurricane Event

Identify Your Trusted Sources of Information for a Hurricane Event

NOAA’s National Hurricane Center and Central Pacific Hurricane Center are your official sources for hurricane forecasts and the issuance of hurricane watches and warnings. Your local NOAA National Weather Service forecast office provides information regarding the expected impacts from the storm for your area. Emergency managers […]