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2022 Winter Weather Can Bring Frozen Pipes!
Now that January is in full swing for 2022 we can see by the thermometer that the tempuratures are falling dramatically. Water damage calls from frozen pipes really pick up in the St. Louis region when the mercury drops! When pipes freeze over, they expand and burst to a major water damage in your place of business.
Here are some great tips to help prevent frozen pipes:
Let your faucets to drip when the weather has extremely cold tempuratures. Letting a very small amount of water flow through pipes at all times during extreme cold weather spells can do a lot to prevent pipes from freezing. A steady drip is all that is needed to keep the pipes free from ice accumulation.
Many pipes do not have proper insulation or may be adjacent to an exterior wall that can cause them to freeze in cold weather. Pipe sleeves and heating tape can be applied to insulate these pipes. It is also a good precautionary measure to caulk around gaps where cold drafts can affect pipe temperatures.
Shut off any outside water sources that you don't need, especially if you are expecting particularly low temperatures. When a building is left unattended, make sure the thermostat is set no lower than 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
Open cabinet doors under sinks and in storage areas to allow heat from the room to circulate around uninsulated pipes in cold rooms.
Dealing with frozen pipes
Hairdryer – This is one of the safest and most effective ways to thaw a pipe. Open the faucet and then heat the pipe by working back toward the area where the blockage has occurred.
Space heater – A small heater can work much faster than a hairdryer. Simply direct the heater toward the frozen area of the pipe but use caution when utilzing a space heater. Don't leave it unattended.
Make sure you and your employees know where the shut-off valve is located. If you are dealing with frozen pipes or water damage from frozen pipes in your commercial building call TEAM WOLFE at (314) 260-7177 as soon as possible to minimize secondary damage.
Does Your Place of Business Need Its Carpets Cleaned?
Freshly Cleaned Carpet!
How Does Your St. Louis Commercial Carpets look?
Are you sending a bad message to your St. Louis customers by having unsightly commercial carpets at you place of business?
The average lifespan of commercial carpeting ranges anywhere from three years to ten years based on the quality of material. Replacing carpeting can be a costly indeavor and is a significant investment, so if you’re a business owner with carpeting you want your customers to be impressed when they walk into your business which is hard to do when your carpet has been neglected. As a business owner you're probably interested in seeing that carpet last closer to ten years too so rather than having to replace it it may be advantagous to have SERVPRO routinely clean your carpets to make them last.
Because carpet is a soft surface that can trap dirt, debri, dander and bacteria, carpet maintenance is about more than just appearances, it’s also about the health of your employees and customers.
According to the International Sanitary Supply Association, one square yard of commercial carpet can accumulate up to a pound of dirt in just one week’s time, and up to twice that much during inclement weather. Dirt isn’t the only thing lurking between those carpet fibers. Dead skin cells, dust mites, bacteria, and pollen grains are also frequent offenders, and if your business is pet-friendly, pet hair and urine will also be a common culprit. Any and all of these particles can become airborne when disturbed, and agitate individuals with asthma or allergies.
Why does you business really need professional cleaning? Isn’t vacuuming sufficient?” While studies do show that frequent vacuuming can significantly lower allergens in carpet generally speaking, a standard vacuum just isn’t able to get deeply embedded dirt and particles. In fact, most carpet warranties require you to have a professional carpet cleaning every twelve to eighteen months. That’s where SERVPRO of St. Louis Central comes in.
TEAM WOLFE offers a wide range of carpet cleaning methods with the use of specialized cleaners and processes to help your St. Louis commercial carpet last longer and protect the health of your customers and employees. For more info on our carpet cleaning services, give our office a call at 314-260-7177.
SERVPRO can help combat COVID at you business
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned
With COVID spiking again and all of its variants, the positive numbers are skyrocketing again in the St. Louis region causing concern and worry of shutdowns and business interruptions. Many St. Louis business owners and community leaders throughout our surrounding region are concerned about the impact this trend could have on their businesses. As leaders in the cleanup and restoration industry, SERVPRO of St. Louis Central and SERVPRO of Bridgeton/Florissant is here to help clean and sanitize your buildings with our proprietary Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned services providing a safer environment for both your employees and customers in the St. Louis region. To help combat these issues, SERVPRO offers a variety of different cleaning options to best suit your needs. Along with these options, we will also work with you to schedule a cleaning time that fits into your schedule because we care about your business interruptions.
We take great pride in providing the highest possible level of customer service to our clients, and we will strive to help your business keep the doors open and business flowing during these unprecedented times. To learn more about Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned Services, or schedule service, please give us a call at (314) 260-7177 today!
There is many steps to a Commercial Water Damage
There are many steps to properly dry out a commercial water damage.
Here is just a brief overview of the process:
We begin with a detailed inspection of the property, including a damage assessment. At this stage, our professionals are trying to determine the scope of the damage so that we can develop an appropriate plan of action.
After the inspection and damage assessment step, the water extraction process begins. This step removes the majority of the water. We use powerful pumps and truck-mounted vacuum units to quickly remove hundreds or thousands of gallons of water from your property.
Once the excess water has been removed, the floors and walls may appear dry, but a quick inspection will reveal they are wet to the touch. Nearly all building materials, like wood, drywall, and flooring materials, are porous and therefore retain water. This retained water can cause the materials to break down, warp, or cause mold damage.
Monitoring after the initial mitigation and building stabilization of the job site on a daily basis is important. After 24 hours, equipment is manipulated to ensure optimal drying is occurring. This is why we will return to your property regularly to test water damaged materials for moisture and monitor the drying process. We will adjust the water damage restoration equipment and begin removing equipment as soon as areas have reached the proper drying of materials. This will help save you money on unnecessary rentals as well as assure that materials are not over dried causing secondary damage. Every step of the water damage restoration process is monitored and documented thoroughly, and you will have access to these water damage reports at any point during the process.
This is just a brief overview of some of the steps what we do to dry out a building. If you want to learn more about this process click: Water Damage Process
SERVPRO Professional Carpeting Cleaning
Professional Carpet Cleaning
The COVID-19 Pandemic has all of us spending more time at home, and with more people home more often, have you noticed your carpets looking dirty or dingy? As a general rule, folks should have their carpets deep cleaned every 12-18 months.
At SERVPRO of St. Louis Central and SERVPRO of Bridgeton/Florissant, our highly trained technicians use IICRC (Institution of Inspection and Restoration Certification) standards for carpet care as a guide and we will help you make best decisions to care for your carpet. This includes:
- Showing you what cleaning option would be best for your level of soiling.
- Giving you an upfront estimate of the cost involved for the carpet cleaning.
- Explaining the benefits of soil protection and the advantages of a clean carpet for good indoor air quality
What are the different types of carpet cleaning?
1. Bonnet Cleaning Cleaning/maintenance method for light soiling.
- Carpet is lightly sprayed with SERVPRO's proprietary cleaning solution.
- A rotary extractor with a “bonnet” pad is used to pull soil from the carpet.
2. Hot Water Extraction Cleaning for light to moderate soiling.
- Truck mount or portable extraction unit applies cleaning solution with hot water while extracting heavy soils.
3. Deluxe Precondition and Rinse Cleaning for moderate to heavy soiling; pre-treat and rinse.
- Soil emulsifier sprayed on carpet, setting for 10 to 15 minutes.
- Thorough rinse and extraction of soils.
4. Showcase Premier Cleaning Cleaning for moderate to heavy soiling.
- Two-step process:
- Shampoo applied with rotary equipment.
- Thorough rinse and extract of soils.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a professional Carpet Cleaning by the cleanup specialists at SERVPRO of St. Louis Central and SERVPRO of Bridgeton/Florissant, call us at: (314) 260-7177
SERVPRO has the equipment & resources to restore your commercial property!
When it comes to the restoration field, there have been extraordinary advances made in technology & the techniques used in our industry. These advancements allow SERVPRO of St. Louis Central & SERVPRO of Bridgeton/Florissant Professionals to restore your St. Louis commercial property or retail business back to its preloss condition quickly, reliably, and more effectively.
Here are some of the unique tools we have to restore your property:
- An infrared camera may be used to identify hidden water locations for the thorough removal of moisture that is hidden from the naked eye.
- Sensitive moisture meters/detectors, hygrometers, and other meters measure the extent of moisture saturation.
- Submersible and gas-powered pumps for continuous pumping of high-level water from events like floods.
- Truck-mounted and portable extraction units perform efficient water removal.
- High-speed air movers cause moisture to evaporate at a faster pace.
- Industrial grade dehumidifiers pull the water vapor from the air.
- Trailer mounted generators and desiccants (Large Commercial Air Dryer) provide power and large scale drying capabilities.
- Air scrubbers filter the air.
- The use of Thermal foggers and deodorization agents make your business smell fantastic!
You can count on SERVPRO of St. Louis Central & SERVPRO of Bridgeton/Florissant to serve you at the highest level so you can put your commercial business back in order and get you back to doing what you do best--serving your customers!
Give us a call at (314) 260-7177.
Complimentary Emergency Ready Profile
SERVPRO Emergency Ready Mobile App
As many as 50% of businesses close down following a disaster, according to the latest research. Of the businesses that survive, the overwhelming majority of them had a preparedness plan in place. Pre-planning can serve as an insurance policy aimed at peace of mind. And knowing you are "Ready for whatever happens" speaks trust to your clients and employees that in the event your business is affected by a disaster, they don’t necessarily have to be.
Did you know that SERVPRO of St. Louis Central offers complementary SERVPRO Emergency READY Profiles for your business? A Emergency Ready Profile can help you minimize business interruptions by having an immediate plan of action in the event a catastrophe strikes your business. Knowing what to do and what to expect in advance is the key to timely mitigation and can help minimize how water and fire damage can affect your business.
- A no cost assessment of your facility. This means there is no need to allocate funds, giving you a great value at no cost.
- A concise Profile Document that contains only the critical information needed in the event of an emergency. It will only take a little time to complete and will not take you away from current projects. But it will save a lot of time if ever needed.
- A guide to help you get back into your building following a disaster. This can help minimize the amount of time your business is inactive by having an immediate plan of action.
- Establishes SERVPRO of St. Louis Central as your disaster mitigation and restoration provider. You have a provider that is recognized as an industry leader and close by.
- Identification of the line of command for authorizing work to begin. This saves time so we can begin the work of mitigating the damage which can save you time and money.
- Provides facility details such as shut-off valve locations, priority areas and priority contact information. Having a quick reference of what to do, how to do it and who to call provides solutions in advance of an emergency so that during the emergency you are "Ready for whatever happens."
This Is A FREE Service To Your Company courtesy of TEAM WOLFE!
Our Commercial Large Loss Division
53' Commercial Mobile Command Center Trailer.
Our Commercial Large Loss Team
When disaster strikes St. Louis, the clock starts ticking. That's why you can count on SERVPRO of St. Louis Central's commercial large loss division for rapid deployment with to any situation, no matter how difficult or complex the loss is. In the aftermath of a disaster, you’ll want an emergency response service that you can rely on to get the job done quickly and professionally to avoid any undesired business interruptions. That’s where SERVPRO comes in.
We offer rapid large loss emergency response solutions to safely secure your business, and to help prevent any secondary damage. These services are all carried out by SERVPRO's disaster recovery team, bringing over 20+ years of experience and specialized knowledge. Our service includes:
• Commercial Water Damage Restoration
• Commercial Fire Damage Restoration
• Commercial Mold Remediation
• Commercial Storm and Major Events
Knowing where to call for assistance after you’ve been struck by disaster helps make the recovery process as quick and simple as possible when facing the aftermath of a catastrophic event. That’s why SERVPRO's emergency disaster response team is easy to contact — whenever you need us.
SERVPRO operates a 24-hour hotline, 365 days a year. The hotline goes directly to our company-owned and operated trained personnel who will record the information about your loss and notify our team members, who will contact you immediately. Once the information is confirmed, SERVPRO will dispatch resources to your business within four hours, depending on distance, other external factors, and if it is safe to do so.
Call SERVPRO of Effingham, Mattoon, Charleston at (217) 536-6655 when you need the industry's best in cleanup and restoration!
Why Would You Want Commercial Insurance?
A person holding an insurance declaration page.
If you own or run a business in St. Louis County, it’s extremely important to have a commercial insurance policy to protect your assets from a potential catastrophic fire or other catastrophe. This type of insurance may prove invaluable in many ways after an emergency. Here are a few reasons you may want to consider having commercial insurance.
1. Commercial Insurance May Cover Restoration Costs
In most cases, a fire or water restoration process at your business can include a number of costs for both the structural repairs, fire damage cleanup, the contents cleaning, document restoration, and any additional services that might be restored. That can be a lot of different services you may not have initially realized will be necessary to restore your business to it's original condition before the damage occurred. Commercial insurance takes these types of repairs into account and may include them under your policy.
2. Commercial Insurance May Recommend a Restoration Service Provider like SERVPRO
Another important aspect of commercial insurance is the fact that in many cases the carrier may have a preferred cleanup and restoration service provider they work with or contract. These providers are usually industry certified restoration professionals who may have a number of tools that allow them to communicate and work with your insurance provider. This means you won’t have to waste time looking for a trusted company, as your insurance agent or adjuster may already have their number on file.
3. Commercial Insurance May Cover Secondary Damages and Business Interruption
If your policy includes secondary damage coverage you may find that the cost of some unexpected repairs may be covered. Secondary damages are damages that occur as a result of the initial problem. For example, the need for a smoke cleanup, or water damage repairs could occur along with or after an initial fire damage.
Maintaining a commercial insurance policy for your St. Louis business can be a good idea for a number of reasons. A commercial policy may be able to cover a number of costs associated with cleanup and repairs, including the services from a restoration provider. Your insurance provider may even recommend a specific team for you to work with like SERVPRO. Additionally, depending on your policy, secondary damages may also be covered which can help with unexpected damages, not to mention monies for lost revenue due to business interruption.
How to Minimize a Natural Disaster in the Workplace
SERVPRO of St. Louis Central can help get this mess back to "like it never even happened."
Mother nature is unpredictable. From tornadoes to flooding and hail damage, disasters can seriously impact your business. Not only can they damage the property and equipment, but they can prevent employees from getting to work. Make sure to invest in business insurance and take precautions to lower your risk of natural disaster damage. Check out these tips to reduce your risk of disaster damage and to help your business stay afloat during an emergency situation
- Backup your company files and store them in a safe, off-site location. Losing your files would be detrimental to your business. Many companies offer off site server options to store confidential information securely.
- Anchor down large heavy equipment and cabinets. In the event of a disaster, they could topple over causing injury to those nearby.
- Use fire-resistant building materials. Whether you’re replacing the roof or changing out the property’s landscape, be sure to make them as fire-resistant as possible.
- Keep a fire extinguisher on every floor where it can be easily accessed during an emergency. In the event of a fire, they can stop it from becoming more dangerous.
- Reinforce doors and windows to protect against strong forces. From wind to hail, windows and doors need to withstand the impact.
- Have an emergency kit on hand. Complete with a first aid, non-perishable food, water, and flashlight. An emergency preparedness kit can make a huge difference in keeping the office staff safe.
- Implement an emergency plan and make sure employees know how to respond in the event of an emergency. That way you’ll keep everyone safe.
As always, if you or any business you know is affected by storm damage, call your local experts at SERVPRO of St. Louis Central for help!
We Can Handle Any Size Commercial Loss
SERVPRO of St. Louis Central is your local expert in large loss restoration!
Those who have heard of SERVPRO, know that we can help with any size residential disaster. We pride ourselves on our ability as a company to provide the best services possible.
Fun fact: SERVPRO of St. Louis Central can also handle large commercial buildings such as warehouses, retail stores, and schools. Let’s begin by discussing what is considered commercial loss. The main component is size. The average residential home is 2,392 square feet and commercial losses are typically much larger. For instance, a warehouse can be in the hundreds of thousands of square feet. To help better understand the differences in commercial losses, SERVPRO breaks them down into three levels;
Level 1 is a relatively small loss involving 15,000 square feet or less. Most level one cases are small retail locations, small churches, daycare facilities, or stand-alone offices.
Level 2 is a mid-sized loss ranging from 15,000 to 60,000 square feet. The types of buildings that fall under level 2 are mid-sized churches and schools, small shopping centers, mid-size manufacturing facilities, and multi-family properties.
Level 3 is a large loss involving 60,000 square feet and up. Examples of a level 3 loss are large churches, hospitals, schools and universities, large warehouses, and large manufacturing facilities.
It takes a special kind of restoration company to handle a loss of level 2 or higher. Luckily for you, SERVPRO of St. Louis Central is a Disaster Recovery Team. This means we have the training, personnel, and equipment to handle any level of loss.
At the snap of a finger, we can dispatch our semi-trailers and personnel to the job site to start the mitigation process. We have multiple equipment trailers that always stay stocked and ready to deploy, as well as a mobile office command center that we park at the job site. Over the years,
SERVPRO of St. Louis Central has worked on and completed numerous large commercial losses. You can trust that we are the local experts to help with your commercial loss.
CALL TODAY: 314-260-7177
Four Phases of Disaster Restoration
A business owner tries to minimize damage from a leak caused by a storm. The bucket he is using is way too small for the job.
Oh no, you’ve had a disaster happen at your place of business! You’re probably asking yourself, “who do I need to call, and what do I do now?” You should call SERVPRO of ST. Louis Central!
Our highly trained team of professionals has the expertise to stabilize the situation and get your business back up and running as soon as possible. During any restoration project that SERVPRO is called in on, there is a detailed, four-phase process that we follow. This ensures the project is completed in a timely manner and all parties involved are up to date as to how the project is coming along.
The four phases of the process are:
- Project initiation
- Project plan
- Project execution
- Project close out
During the first phase of the process, our team arrives on site and walks the property with the owner to properly assess the damage. We consult with the property owner on the best course of action going forward and will also lend a hand with initial services such as board-ups (in the case of fire damage) or setting up a mobile office to make sure your business can maintain operational status during this tough time.
In the second phase, we build an estimate, create a game plan, and acquire the proper permits. Then, after approval, we begin the restoration process which bleeds into the third phase.
The third phase is all about working on the job and properly communicating with the customer throughout the entire restoration process.
Lastly, during phase four, the job has been finished, inspected and we send out billing.
There are many more details that are just too much to go into with one blog post.
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Levels of Commercial Damage
No matter the level we will help you!
There are three levels of commercial damage that are considered:
Level 1 is a small commercial loss typically involving 15,000 square feet or less of affected floor space. If the facility was entirely affected, examples of a small commercial loss may include, but are not limited to, a stand-alone retail establishment, a small church, a daycare facility, a small shopping center, a small warehouse or manufacturing facility, or a stand-alone administrative building. A Level 1 loss can also be a small portion of a much larger structure.
Level 2 is a midsize commercial loss typically involving 15,000 to 60,000 square feet of affected floor space. The building or buildings involved are usually multi-level or greatly divided spaces. If the facility was entirely affected, examples of a Level 2 loss may include, but are not limited to, a small multi-family property, a midsize church or school, a small shopping center, a multi-tenant administration facility, or a midsize warehouse or manufacturing facility. A Level 2 loss can also be just a portion of a much larger structure.
Level 3 is a large commercial loss typically involving more than 60,000 square feet of affected floor space. The building or buildings involved will likely be large multi-level structures. If the facility was entirely affected, examples of a Level 3 loss can include, but are not limited to, a large church, hospital, school, or university; a large multi-family property; a mid- to high-rise retail or administration facility; a large industrial, manufacturing, or warehouse facility; or a large strip-style shopping center or shopping mall. This is the level at which it would be appropriate to refer to the project as a “large loss.”
Water Damage in St. Louis Central
We are here 24/7 365 days a year!
Flooding and water damage can strike your St. Louis Central commercial property at any time. Water damage can sideline your business, regardless if the damage occurs from a major storm event or a broken water line.
At SERVPRO of St. Louis Central we work quickly to assess each unique situation and isolate the damaged area. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. In many instances, normal operation can continue in a temporary space while we restore your facility.
Commercial Water Restoration Presents Unique Challenges
Our professionals are trained to be mindful of legal and environmental concerns and strive to fully restore while working within your budget line.
Our staff of Highly Trained Restoration Specialists are trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO's corporate training facility to regular IICRC industry certification, rest assured that our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.
Remember, when you have an emergency water event in St. Louis our Professionals offer fast, 24 hour emergency services, 365 days per year.
National Back To School Month
Hot temperatures outside and high humidity inside is a disaster waiting to happen for schools.
Call us today!
Ready or not, it's August and it is time for the school bells to be ringing again! It's time to dust off those backpacks, fill them up with supplies and plan for a new school year!
Excitement is an understatement, but sometimes there can be some dampers throughout the school year. A busted pipe or leaky HVAC can put a damper on the school year.
During those hot summer days, school are left untouched and HVAC systems are usually turned off to reduce the costs! Humidity can be another problem causing mold buildup too.
For precautionary measures throughout the summer months make sure all systems are left on, because the risk may outweigh the reward!
Get ready to learn, because school is here!
Understanding the P.A.S.S. Technique with Fire Extinguishers
A fire extinguisher is one of the most essential pieces of life-saving equipment in your commercial property. While your fire suppression system is excellent for your overall facility and alarms will ensure the safe evacuation of your employees or tenants, extinguishers provide a direct line of defense and allow for immediate response to manageable fires. However, there is a four-step process known as the P.A.S.S. technique.
The first step is to pull the pin from the extinguisher handle. The removal of this pin will allow the handle to be fully compressed, releasing the compressed air and chemical mixture to extinguish the flames.
A fire extinguisher will typically have a short, flexible, rubber hose attached to the nozzle and extending away from the handle. This will allow you to aim the compressed mixture at the fire. However, be sure to avoid contact with the discharge opening as the CO2 can damage your skin.
Squeezing the handle will release the extinguishing agent. Its mixture will come out quickly and somewhat powerfully, so be prepared and keep firm aim on the blaze.
You will want to use a sweeping motion, focusing the extinguishing mixture on the base of the fire. Continue this process until the fire is out. After the fire is out, watch the are and ensure that there are no remaining embers. It is possible for a fire to reignite, causing more fire damage.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the proper extinguisher technique, you can contact your local fire department or a fire remediation specialist in the St. Louis Central Area!
Prevent Heat Related Fires
It’s going to get cold again here soon…
Besides using the fireplace to stay warm some people use alternative sources such as portable space heaters, and wood burning stoves. Heating equipment is the cause for many residential fires annually, causing deaths, injury and property damage. Here are some tips to help you reduce the risk of a heating-related fire:
-Keep flammable items at least three feet away from heating equipment
-Have a qualified professional install stationary space heating equipment, water heaters, or central heating equipment according to the local codes and manufacturers instructions
-Remember to turn portable heaters off when leaving the room or going to bed
-Plug space heaters directly into outlets, never into an extension cord or power strip.
-Always use the right kind of fuel, specified by the manufacturer, for fuel burning space heaters
-Install and maintain carbon monoxide and smoke alarms inside your home and business.
-Test alarms monthly
-Have heating equipment and chimneys cleaned and inspected every year by a qualified professional
-Make sure fireplaces have a screen to help prevent sparks
-Make sure ashes are cool before putting them in a metal container.
For more information on safety tips call your local fire department.
SERVPRO Moves to New Location
January 31, 2019 (St. Louis, MO) - SERVPRO of St. Louis Central Director of Business Development, Mike Walker, announces the purchase of a 25,708 square foot warehouse facility located at 2118 59th Street in St. Louis, MO. SERVPRO of St. Louis Central provides cleanup, restoration and reconstruction services for residential and commercial customers in the St. Louis area, as well as responds to commercial large-loss and catastrophic storm disaster events. According to Walker, “The new, larger facility streamlines our operations and allows us to serve both residential and commercial clients from one location. The St. Louis community has embraced the fact that we not only offer clean-up and restoration services after water or fire damage, but we also offer in-house reconstruction services. This truly sets us apart from other restoration companies and has helped us more than double in size in the past year.”
Janitorial services versus commercial cleaning, what is the difference? Although both deal with cleaning and are relatable, they both have different things to offer.
Who wouldn’t want a tidy clean office, that has trashcans cleaned each night. The janitorial services provide regular cleaning maintenance so the office is always ready for anyone to come in. The typical services they offer is carpet vacuuming, floor dusting, removing trash and dusting anywhere else that is needed.
The commercial services take care of the bigger tasks that the janitorial probably wouldn’t do. Some services they offer are air duct cleaning, carpet cleaning, tile cleaning, upholstery cleaning and much more. When you need this type of service, ask yourself what needs to be accomplished, and understand the methods used and how they are planned into your schedule. Most of the time SERVPRO commercial cleaning services are dealing with homes or businesses that have had a fire, water damage or a severe storm that has hit.
SERVPRO of St. Louis Central would love to take on the job that is needed by any customer!
Call Us Today – (314) 260-7177
SERVPRO State Meeting
Columbia, MO meeting room.
Missouri Directorship held a state meeting in Columbia, MO. SERVPRO franchise members gathered for this all day event. They were there to learn about upcoming initiatives and how to improve on their customer relationships.
SERVPRO of St. Louis Central is growing and developing customer base by utilizing a systematic process to identify new prospects and to routinely contact and follow up with customers. They are always looking for new ways to build their relationships, so the state meeting was a great learning experience!
Here at SERVPRO we are happy to have employees that are anxious to learn new ways to help each customer individually. We believe each job we get assigned is personal.
We all learned so much to bring with us through our next jobs with customers.
Does Your Business Have Dirty Floors?
Most people don’t really realize the floors unless it is their own house that has dirty floors. Things such as dirt, debris and even dust that your shoes can track in affect the floors. Another thing to take into account is things that don’t properly get thrown away properly usually end up on the floor as well. You are probably thinking this sounds like a very tiny issue, but having a dirty floor can hurt your business.
Commercial floor cleaning service such as SERVPRO St. Louis Central can help avoid you from getting dirty floors. SERVPRO does more than just getting rid of the dirt; they also include sanitizing the floors to help keep all the germs away. You don’t want your employees to be having multiple sick days, so it is important to put the health of your employees first!
Cleaning floors often requires more than just vacuuming, sweeping or getting the mop out everyone once in awhile. SERVPRO has all the equipment, experience and the products your company needs.
Commercial Property Managers Trust SERVPRO of St. Louis Central
Property managers know SERVPRO of St. Louis Central is mobilized and ready to help 24/7.
There's never a convenient time for Fire or Water damage to strike your St. Louis commercial property. Every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity.
Commercial Property Managers know when the need arises for professional cleaning or emergency restoration services we have the training and expertise to respond promptly with highly trained technicians to get your property back to business.
Industrial Facilities, Hotel and Restaurants, Entertainment Venues, Government buildings and Commercial properties benefit from the quality work of SERVPRO of St. Louis Central. We work together to ensure the value of the property is restored back to its to pre-disaster condition.
Learn more about our commercial services: Commercial Property Restoration
- Commercial Water Damage Restoration
- Commercial Fire Damage Restoration
Restoring Your St. Louis Commercial Property After A Water Damage Event
Trust Extreme Team Wolfe with SERVPRO St. Louis Central to handle all of your commercial cleanup and restoration issues!
Flooding and water damage events at St. Louis commercial properties are often complex with numerous issues that require a knowledgeable and flexible response. Whether we’re dealing with a relatively small water cleanup scenario or a large scale event, we work quickly to assess each unique situation and isolate the damaged area. In many instances, normal operations can continue in a temporary space while we restore your facility.
Restoring Commercial Properties Presents Unique Challenges
Our professionals are trained to be mindful of legal and environmental concerns and strive to fully restore the damaged area while working within your budgetary constraints. We understand that every hour spent cleaning up is an hour of lost revenue and productivity. So when an emergency situation arises in your business, give us a call and we’ll be there fast with the help you need.
About SERVPRO of St. Louis Central
SERVPRO of St. Louis Central specializes in the cleanup and restoration of commercial and residential property after a water damage event. We are also the only certified Disaster Recovery Team in the St. Louis area.
Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO’s corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.