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  • RIMS Convention

SRM Attends 2015 RIMS Convention

ServiceMaster Recovery Management was honored to be represented at the RIMS convention last week in New Orleans. Managing Director, Steve Morgan and National Account Manager, Vins Harrell were in attendance.

RIMS is a global not-for-profit organization representing more than 3,500 industrial, service, nonprofit, charitable and government entities throughout the world. Founded in 1950, RIMS brings […]

  • Packout and inventory cleaning services.

We Take Special Care of Your Possessions

Having a fire or water disaster can turn everything upside down, leaving your policyholder unsure of how to get a handle on things. Bring in experts who know how to carefully handle, clean and store possessions.

At ServiceMaster Restore®, when it’s necessary to remove policyholders’ contents, we have a proven process for inventorying, packing and […]

  • Protect your business from flooding.

Protect Your Company From Rising Waters

According to the National Weather Service, nearly $4 billion of property damage occurred in 2010 due to flooding. And up to 40% of small businesses affected by a natural or human-caused disaster never reopen.

To prepare your facility for spring showers, the Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends raising electrical system components, anchoring fuel tanks, installing […]

  • Respond 365

ServiceMaster Restore Enhances Business Solutions

New Disaster Restoration Operating System Provides Real-Time Tracking and Enhanced Mobility

Today ServiceMaster Restore introduced a new, industry-leading platform for its national insurance claims administration and job management called Respond 365. When a disaster occurs in a home or business, response times, process and visibility are critical for us, our insurance industry partners, […]

  • WRAD Hunt

SRM Participates in the First Annual WRAD Hunt

ServiceMaster Recovery Management was proud to be part of the first annual Warrior Recognition and Appreciation Day yesterday. Together, with other gold and silver sponsors, we were able to present a check to the Ft. Benning Wounded Warriors for $11,000! We look forward to next year’s event. It was an honor to participate in a […]

  • Prevent spreading the flu.

Spread the Love, Not the Flu

The flu will definitely put a damper on your Valentine’s Day plans, so follow this advice from the CDC to protect yourself and others.

  • Get the flu vaccine.
  • Avoid others who are sick and wash your hands often with soap and water.
  • If you do get sick, limit contact with others and take flu antiviral […]
  • Lightning storm safety tips.

February 5, 2015: Lightning Safety Day

We are on day 4 of Severe Weather Preparedness Week. Day 1 was Family preparedness day and NOAA Weather radio day, Day 2 was Thunderstorm Safety day, Day 3 was Tornado Safety Day and today, Day 4 is Lightning Safety day. Here is some information to help you protect yourself and your families during a […]

  • Preventing mold when it's cold.

Preventing Mold in the Home During Cold Weather Months

For homeowners and business owners, foreseeing major disasters like fires, storms, or earthquakes is easy enough. In fact, many even combat such disasters by taking preventative measures in the forms of insurance, emergency kits, generators, etc. One disaster most homeowners do not foresee, however, is mold. Not only is mold harmful to […]

  • Be a force of nature!

Severe Weather Preparedness Week February 2-6

From tornadoes to lightning to floods, the southeast is susceptible to a variety of natural disasters. Severe weather is dangerous and can strike with very little warning, which is why it’s important to get ready in advance. Severe Weather Preparedness Week runs from February 2 – 6, and it’s a great time to make sure […]

  • Fireplace safety for the cold season.

How to Prep Your Fireplace for the Cold Season

With temperatures dropping, and winter underway, now’s a great time to prepare your wood burning or gas fireplace for the fall. Most of the simple inspections and cleaning can be done by the average home owner, however, if you have any doubt at all, contact your local fireplace installer or chimney sweep. We’ll cover both […]