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  • Customer Service.

Reality Check on Customer Service

Author Kate Zabriskie said, “The customer’s perception is your reality.” Although networking may help you get new customers, good customer service helps you keep them. It’s important to remember that certain companies have built their brand on their customer service policies. Companies like Chick-fil-A, Amazon and American Express are known for excellent customer service; they’ve […]

  • Networking.

Networking Advice: “Hello, My Name Is…”

Networking is one of the most effective ways to make new connections, build your business and create lasting relationships in your career. They say that the most profitable lead generation and new clients come from people you know! So consider networking to be of the utmost importance in your marketing strategy, even if you’re just […]

  • The water damage drying process.

The Water Drying Process

With the recent cold weather throughout the US, there have been some frozen pipes that have burst and ServiceMaster is called to mitigate the home. In order to return affected areas to their pre-loss condition, a professional must begin a four-step drying process as soon as possible. Our technicians understand the complexities of water damage and […]

  • WRADNO

Local Businesses Support Ft. Benning Wounded Warrior Association

The first annual Warrior Recognition and Appreciation Day (WRAD) will take place on February 11th, 2015 at Barley J Hunting Preserve, benefiting the Ft. Benning Wounded Warrior Association.  Three local businesses –  ServiceMaster Recovery Management of the Southeast, Masterbuilt and River City Contracting – are Gold-level Sponsors for the event.  The Ft. Benning Wounded Warrior […]

  • Goal setting.

Skip the Resolutions, Focus on Systems

It’s the beginning of a New Year, and everyone is setting New Year’s resolutions. But past experience has taught us that setting resolutions isn’t effective. But setting goals can be if you create systems to support them. Systems are the practices or processes you put in place to help you achieve your goals. For example, […]

  • Cleaning up after guests.

Guests are Gone, but the Mess Remains

One of the best aspects of the holidays is spending time with family and friends. But no one enjoys cleaning up the mess that remains after guests leave. Here are three tips from Good Housekeeping to help you clean up fast so you can relax in the new year.

  1. Tackle the table.
    Cleaning off […]

  • Temperature map.

It’s Going to Get Cold!

An arctic air mass brought down by a dip in the jet stream will send much of the US east of the Continental Divide below freezing over the next couple of days. This dip in the jet stream has already brought on sub-zero temperatures and increased DR volume, near mini-cat level, in the West, particularly […]

  • Frozen pipes.

Do’s and Don’ts of Frozen Pipes

As we roll into the new year, we want to make sure that you’re prepared for the winter months ahead. Regardless of what part of the country you live in, chances are you will experience some sort of winter weather. With this season comes freezing temperatures and increased amounts of precipitation, the result of which can […]

  • Giving back.

Giving Back

The holiday season is a great time to give back to your community. Whether you donate money or time, giving back is beneficial–and not just for the recipients. Research has shown that the old adage, “it’s better to give than to receive” is true after all. ServiceMaster Restoration Services sees great value in working with […]

  • Holiday safety tips from Matt Paxton.

Safe Holiday Advice

You want to spend Christmas with family and friends making memories, not dealing with a fire damage disaster. Take a look at this video where Matt Paxton goes over simple safety tips to help you through the holidays and be cautious of common fire hazards. Always remember that just because it’s winter doesn’t mean […]