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  • 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 […]

  • Matt Paxton talks professional carpet cleaning.

Winter Carpet Care

Prepare your home or business for the additional traffic the holidays bring with professional carpet cleaning from ServiceMaster Clean. Check out the video below to see Matt Paxton from TV’s “Hoarders” break down the difference between professional and DIY carpet cleaning. And there IS a big difference! You can possibly permanently damage your carpet […]

  • Dog in the snow.

It’s Getting Cold Out!

The temperatures have dropped and the winter weather is working its way into the fall season. Below are a few more winter weather terms that would be beneficial to you know for the upcoming season. Always remember that remaining informed and prepared is the best way to get ready for severe weather or […]

  • Winter weather terms.

Do You Know Your Winter Weather Terms?

Winter weather may be here earlier than anticipated with the Pacific Typhoon that went through Alaska and a possible Polar Vortex forecast for the Central U.S. this week. To help us prepare for the cold weather ServiceMaster wants to educate you on certain winter weather terms. When you know the terms, it can make you […]

  • Office hoarding tips from Matt Paxton.

Give Your Office An End of the Year Clean Sweep

As you wrap up the calendar year, don’t forget to give your office a clean sweep. It’s easy for items to gather up in corners of the office that people don’t visit often. Having a clean office improves productivity and makes people feel better about their environment. If you haven’t had a chance to clean […]

  • Cold weather safety tips.

The Weather Outside is Frightful

Winter is right around the corner, and although beautiful, winter precipitation can knock out heat or power, sometimes for several days. Make sure you are prepared, no matter what this winter season may hold, by following these home tips.

  • Prevent ice dams by periodically inspecting the roof drainage system for proper flow, including […]
  • Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

ServiceMaster Restoration Services wants to wish you a safe and Happy Halloween! You’ve got the costumes and the candy, but is your home ready for trick-or-treating? Here are a few tips for making sure you and your home’s visitors have a safe and enjoyable Halloween.

  1. Clear sidewalks and walkways. It’s very important for your visitors to […]
  • 25th Annual GASFA Convention

SRM Attends the 25th Annual GASFA Convention and Tradeshow

ServiceMaster Recovery Management was proud to attend the 25th Annual GASFA Conference and Tradeshow in Savannah, GA this past week. The Georgia Association of School Facility Administrators (GASFA) was organized in 1989 to promote better understanding and cooperation between state and system-level facility administrators, to address their concerns, and promote and stimulate their professional growth, […]

  • Hurricane Sandy impacts map.

The Impact of Super Storm Sandy

Below is an infographic from LiveScience that explains the impact of Superstorm Sandy. Hurricane Sandy was the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season, as well as the second-costliest hurricane in United States history. In the U.S., Sandy killed 117 people from Oct. 28 through Nov. 30, 2012. In total, […]

  • Hurricane from space.

Superstorm Sandy – Two Years Later

Two years ago, Superstorm Sandy pummeled New York and New Jersey wreaking havoc on the entire east coast. Sandy was the largest Atlantic hurricane on record (by diameter), the second costliest storm in U.S. history, affecting 24 states, and was responsible for more than $95 billion in damage and hundreds of deaths.

Even before Sandy made landfall, […]