When your property is damaged, turn to the company you can trust. With over 50 years of collective expertise, SERVPRO professionals are highly trained and experienced in mitigation and restoration. We’ve developed the most extensive performance guidelines in the industry.
SERVPRO franchise owners must agree to 21 guidelines in order to receive insurance client referrals from 1-800-SERVPRO. These include insurance requirements and employee background checks. Each requirement is continually maintained to ensure clients are connected with the best possible service providers.
At SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro, regular training and certification requirements keep our staff up to date on industry standards, ensuring we deliver the quality you expect. We are professionally certified through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). The IICRC is responsible for setting standards for the cleaning and restoration industry. Franchise professionals and insurance clients are encouraged to continue their education in classes at SERVPRO’S IICRC-approved training facility.
Consistent training is the best way to ensure our customers receive the service they deserve. That’s why our technicians keep their skills sharp through regular completion of e-learning training programs. Certification is awarded after successful course completion and an examination. Modules include: Crew Training, Fire Restoration, Water Restoration, Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning.
SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro is committed to upholding the industry standards that have made SERVPRO a household name nationally. That’s why we emphasize strict adherence to IICRC standards, as well as cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities.
Let us help you get back to business
As our communities re-open, we’re all moving back toward a new kind of normal. The expectations of visitors, customers, and employees who come into our establishments have evolved, and staying safe and well is a top concern. The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, and we’ve developed a program to help your business meet the new higher standard of clean that is now expected.
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program we’re offering to businesses and commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning program goes well beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. By choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you, your employees, your customers, and your community can rest assured that you’ve selected a higher cleaning standard – you are Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.
SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro specializes in storm and flood damage restoration. Our crews are highly trained and we use specialized equipment to restore your property to its pre-storm condition.
Since we are locally owned and operated, we are able to respond quicker with the right resources, which is extremely important. A fast response lessens the damage, limits further damage, and reduces the restoration cost.
Resources to Handle Floods and Storms
When storms hit Madison County, we can scale our resources to handle a large storm or flooding disaster. We can access equipment and personnel from a network of 1,750 Franchises across the country and elite Disaster Recovery Team that are strategically located throughout the United States.
Have Storm or Flood Damage? Call Us Today 513-422-9200
Windstorms can cause damage to your home. The storms can last for a few minutes or they may last for a few hours and even several days when they come from large weather systems. Wind speeds during a windstorm typically exceed 35 miles per hour. When cold fronts pass over mountains, cold air accelerates even more as it moves downslope. Blizzards can occur when the windstorms pass over snow covered ground.
The causes of longer periods of windstorms are large differences in atmospheric pressure across a region and the jet stream winds overhead. Windstorms can also create dust storms and sandstorms in dry areas. Tornadoes and cyclones also produce wind damage however they are usually classified separately because the wind speeds are much higher.
The most common damage caused by windstorms are:
- Roof damage
- Fallen trees
- Down power lines
It is important to keep your insurance up to date, just in case you need to make a claim, be sure to take photos of the damage that the windstorm causes to your home. It may or may not be covered. Insurance does not cover gradual damage, so it is important to upkeep your property. After a windstorm it is suggested to check the roof for loose shingles or spots of missing asphalt as the wind tends to cause damage to the edges of the roof first, causing a chain reaction. If the roof is old or you suspect it’s got issues you should have it checked as it could cause the roof to leak or rot due to water exposure.
Fall coming to a end
As the Fall season gets going we are seeing the night time temperatures dropping below freezing.
SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro cares and wants to remind you that you need to prepare your home for the colder temperatures even as you are changes your wardrobe to stay warm.
Wrap up your pipes to keep them warm, especially those that are close to outside walls. Wrap up your outdoor spigots, too, while you are at it.
Your local hardware stores can assist you with the best products to handle situations in your community.
Clean out your fireplace and chimney even as you clean out your closets and get them ready for the cold weather activities.
SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro cares that you will be safe when you have those nice warm cozy fires.
Call a local chimney sweep service. They are ready to come out and get your ready for making safe fires.
We are here if you need us, 24/7/365, but our first desire is that you are warm and dry and safe all winter.
Flood and water damage
Water, Flood and Pipe Leaks
When your home or commercial property has water damage from flooding or leaks, we have the expertise and equipment to properly restore your property. Our experience and scientific approach to water removal and water cleanup enable us to properly dry and restore your property.
Water or Flood Damage?
Call Today – (513) 422-9200
Every water damage event is a little different and requires a unique solution, but the general process stays the same.
Locally Owned Company with National Resources
We live and work in this community too; we might even be neighbors. As a locally owned and operated business, SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro is close by and ready to respond to your flood or water damage emergency. We are proud to be an active member of the community and want to do our part to make our community the best it can be.
If your business experiences fire damage, water damage or is suffering from mold give SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro a call. Our goal is to help get you and your employees back up a running as quickly as possible. By working directly with your insurance company we insure that all parties are on the same page regarding the scope of services and results.
It is important to begin the mitigation process quickly so that your property will not suffer from secondary types of damage like mold growth and weakened structural materials.
By respecting the process as agreed upon by your insurance company and us we can minimize the amount of time that your business is inoperative.
If you have any questions please give us a call.
When examining your home insurance policy, it is essential to note the difference between water and flood damage. Water damage is generally covered by your homeowners’ insurance policy and protects you in situations like a leak or burst pipe. Flood damage is defined as a general and temporary condition of partial or complete inundation of two or more acres and two or more properties of normally dry land. With flood damage, the water comes from a natural source, and two or more properties are involved.
Home insurance companies do not offer flood insurance, and policies must be obtained through the National Flood Insurance Program. This means that homeowners who are unprotected and experience flood damage have to pay for water damage restoration out of pocket, which can mean thousands of dollars in expenses.
Water damage mitigation does not have to be a painful process! Check your policy and ensure that you are protected in the event of a disaster. Call SERVPRO of Middletown/Springboro for your water or flood damage needs at 513-422-9200. We talk to your insurance company for you and make sure you are informed every step of the way.
Fire Damage Cleanup? Call 513-783-3005 to help make it "Like it never even happened."
When you suffer a home fire, the smoke and fire damage can be severe. The home should be inspected quickly and cleaning and recovery actions should be in place to avoid permanent damage.
When it's safe for you to return to your home, call your insurance company and ask for a cleanup and restoration company to help you with the fire and smoke damage to help restore your home.
Be sure to arrange for an inspection to make sure that the foundation and the structure of your home are safe.
When a fire has consumed your furniture and belongings, you have a wet, scorched mess left behind. Leather, fabric, and wood can trap smoke smells and usually can be restored. In addition, smoke and soot particles can get trapped inside of your air duct system.
SERVPRO of Middletown Springboro will remove the wet, burned, scorched mess and take your salvageable contents to clean in our warehouse. We also have the capability to help restore your fire and water damaged documents and photos. When this process is completed, then we can address the soot, water, and fire damage restoration to your home and to your air duct system.
Fire pit safety tips
Backyard Fire Pit Safety Tips:
- Whether you prefer a built-in or portable fire pit, choose one that is not too large for the area. The pit should be a minimum of 10 feet away from any structures or combustible materials as well as away from trees, fences, sheds, power lines, and telephone wires.
- Make sure that the seating area is large enough and properly placed for comfort and ventilation.
- Check wind direction before lighting a fire.
- Don’t use flammable fluids (gasoline, lighter fluid, etc.) to light or relight fires.
- To start the fire, use a lighter to ignite crumpled pieces of paper covered with small sticks. Then, add larger sticks and a log or two to keep it burning.
- Burn only dry material. Damp material will create excess smoke.
- Don’t wear flammable clothing (like nylon) or any loose-fitting clothing.
- Never leave the fire unattended, and keep pets and children far away from the fire as they will be attracted to it.
- Keep a fire extinguisher, garden hose, or bucket of water nearby.
- As the fire dies down, use a shovel and spread out the ashes to allow them to cool down. Then slowly pour water over those ashes and watch them closely to be sure that no burning embers remain or reignite. Put the cooled ashes in a specially designated ash storage metal can.