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How Can I Remove Floodwaters From My New Providence Home?

8/5/2020 (Permalink)

flood damaged home If you have experienced flooding and need help right away, then call SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791-9177.

SERVPRO Has The Equipment And Training To Dry Your New Providence Home

Without prompt extraction, floodwaters can inflict further structural damage on your New Providence home. Fortunately, SERVPRO is available 24/7 and can quickly begin the water removal process.

How Does SERVPRO Remove Floodwaters?

The first step in flood damage mitigation in New Providence is the removal of floodwaters. Our teams can utilize the following equipment to efficiently remove floodwater from your home:

    •    Truck-mounted extractors that can remove hundreds of gallons of water.
    •    Portable Extractors that give us more access to your home.
    •    Submersible Pumps for when there are more than two inches of flooding in your home.

I'm Worried That Flooding Affected My Home's Structure. Can SERVPRO Help?

Once SERVPRO teams have cleared out the water from your home, we can begin the detecting and monitoring process. To track the spread of moisture within your house, our technicians can utilize:

    •    Moisture sensors to detect how far the floodwaters penetrated soft surfaces.
    •    Moisture meters to monitor the actual moisture content of the materials inside your home. We can also use penetrating moisture meters to determine if there is structural water damage within your home.
    •    Thermo-hygrometers to measure temperatures and humidity levels within your home.

Using these tools, our teams can pinpoint moisture hotspots and can deploy drying equipment to mitigate structural water damage in your home.

Does SERVPRO Dry Insulation?

Moisture can affect a moisture's antimicrobial properties and fire resistance, so you must dry or replace damaged insulation as soon as possible. SERVPRO can assess the type of insulation and the extent of the damage to determine if replacing the insulation is necessary. Typically, most insulation must be replaced unless it is fiberglass insulation.

If you have experienced flooding and need help right away, then call SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791-9177. We will get you on track to feeling, “Like it never even happened.”

Will the Type of Water Damage Increase the Loss?

7/26/2020 (Permalink)

green gear drying flood-cut walls SERVPRO uses advanced equipment and controlled demolition to restore flood-damaged New Providence properties

SERVPRO Has the Skilled Water Restoration Technicians Necessary to Limit Loss to Your New Providence Property

Once you have water damage in your New Providence home, property drying is just part of the reason to call a highly-trained restoration team. Not all losses are the same when looking at water infiltration. Various kinds of water can bring on different results. SERVPRO features technicians trained via the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to handle any water situation you may face.

What are the Unique Categories of Water Damage?

When handling your need for water restoration in New Providence, our team breaks down water damage into several categories. Due to the variations in water types, trained restoration technicians have the skill necessary to adjust accordingly. This makes water damage restoration preferred over DIY methods alone. These unique classes are categorized based on contamination levels from different water source:

Clean Water – Category 1

By itself, category one water does not pose a significant health threat to humans or pets. This is water stemming from sanitary, clean sources. However, even though the water is clean directly from the source, this type of water damage is not without risk. Without proper extraction and drying measures, there is the potential for mold and mildew growth. Additionally, any clean water event can transform into a Category 2 even when it is left to degrade for too long. Various sources of clean water will include:

  • Showerheads
  • Faucets
  • Waterlines
  • Drinking fountains or bubblers

Gray Water – Category 2

With gray water, there is the potential for health risks for humans and pets. However, the threat is generally not overly significant or life-threatening. When Category 2 water sources are involved with your water damage, various biological, physical, or chemical contaminants are within. These elements are known for causing discomfort or potential illness should the water be consumed or with prolonged exposure. Various sources of gray water include:

  • Stagnant or uncleaned Category 1 water
  • Failed sump pumps
  • Seepage
  • Toilet water without the presence of fecal matter
  • Washing machine or dishwasher discharge

Black Water – Category 3

Industry guidelines for black water describe it as being extremely unsanitary. Category 3 water contaminants are harmful and can lead to moderate to severe illness with exposure or ingestion. This is why this water contamination level must only be handled by highly-trained technicians that use property sanitation and safety techniques. Various sources of black water include:

  • Stagnant or uncleaned Category 2 water
  • Toilet water that contains fecal matter
  • Seawater
  • Sewage
  • Groundwater containing chemicals, pesticides, and organic matter

Our team works to distinguish the type of water present within your home when we arrive at the job site. We take this information and formulate a plan to handle the water damage to minimize the risks to human health. It is vital that homeowners always remain aware of both Category 2 and Category 3 water due to the possible health concerns. Regardless of the water source, our skilled water restoration technicians (WRT) here at SERVPRO can start the cleanup and drying process to help minimize the impact on your health and your property.

What Can Skilled Restoration Help With?

There are many causes for water damage, each of which we are prepared to address when called for restoration services. Some of the issues that we cover include:

  • Frozen pipes
  • Leaking pipes
  • Burst pipes
  • Basement flooding
  • Storm damage
  • Moisture left after a fire loss event
  • Appliance failure, and more

With our water restoration expertise and our step-by-step approach to cleanup and drying, we can restore your interior to get back to preloss conditions faster than DIY methods alone. Just a quick phone call will deploy our Green Fleet to your property within four hours or less to begin the assessment process. The benefits of calling our team includes:

  • Immediate response times
  • Detailed water damage evaluation
  • Specialized procedures for cleaning and drying
  • Moisture monitoring and reporting
  • Controlled demolition
  • Full deodorization and sanitization
  • Follow-up visits to ensure relative humidity is at the appropriate level

You should know that the most common insurance claim from homeowners will be water damage related. Many homeowners will experience some moisture damage to their property within their lifetime of ownership. SERVPRO is Faster to Any Size Disaster, and our technicians are ready to handle your water damage needs. We have technicians standing by to get to work 24/7 for emergency service to limit the loss and return to life as usual.

Do you want to know more about how we can help with your water restoration needs? Call SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791-9177, and we can send out a team. Once our crew chief puts a plan into action, the results will make it “Like it never even happened.”

How Quickly Can I Reopen My Business After a Water Spill?

7/23/2020 (Permalink)

"Welcome" SERVPRO professionals are trained to handle all types of water damage. We will have your business back open for operation in no time.

Hire SERVPRO for Fast Water Removal Service in New Providence.

What Can SERVPRO Do to Reopen My Motel Operation?

When overhead pipes are involved, a break that goes undetected overnight can shut down an entire block of rooms until the water removal in a New Providence motel is completed. Fortunately, SERVPRO is ready to support any size operation with a 24/7 response team. 

Can the Response Team Save My Carpets During Removal?

In most cases, yes. Few commercial carpets have a pad underneath, so there is no need to lift and remove the carpet to dispose of the pad, which deteriorates quickly after it gets wet. Our team can immediately begin using water extractors to draw out all traces of the spill from the carpets. We can use Rovers, self-propelled ridden by a technician extractors, to squeeze out the water from the short-napped fibers. In addition to removal, the commercial devices team members use also have a heating element that helps them begin drying each carpet quicker than with a standard water-vac.  

After removing the standing water, each room still needs drying out. If this is not done professionally, remaining traces of moisture can lead to a lingering, musty odor, and the possibility of mold growing overhead, in bathrooms, and under sinks. Team members open all doors and windows weather permitting, install box fans to draw out the damp air, and use air movers to direct warm airflow across the floors to dry them. By leading the airflow, they can also place the warm air directly into the overhead space to dry them thoroughly.

What about the damaged pipe and ceiling? 

As the response team removes the water, other SERVPRO specialists can repair or replace many types of plumbing failures, as well as demolish and replace any ruined ceiling tiles and other types of paneling, to include drywall. If there is a problem needing specialized material, the team leader always recommends a licensed plumber.  

To learn more about what SERVPRO of Western Union County can do for your business, call us today at (908) 791-9177. 

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My New Providence Living Room Appears Dry, Why Does It Have a Musty Water Odor?

7/19/2020 (Permalink)

water spreading on the floor of a living room Water damage to any residence is not fun and can take time to clean up alone. Contact SERVPRO to get help remediating water damage.

SERVPRO Technicians Locate and Remove all the Water From Your New Providence Home, so There are No Issues Afterward

Two main types of water loss happen in your home. The water you can see and the water you cannot. The latter is what leads to:  

  • Foul odors
  • Damage to building materials  
  • Potential for mold growth

What Can a Water Damage Restoration Company Do That I Can't? 

When SERVPRO handles water damage restoration within New Providence homes, they use their advanced moisture detection equipment to rapidly determine if there is seepage under flooring, wicking within sheetrock, or in other non-exposed areas where water migrates.

Once the accurate scale of the loss area gets mapped out, the techs remove the water using their extraction equipment. One key element of the removal phase is when the maximum amount of moisture gets lifted, it works to lessen the time needed for drying the loss area and lends a hand towards a more favorable outcome from this type of damage.

When water contains sewage or has aged beyond 48 hours before cleanup started, the removal and disposal become more severe as it requires handling as a biohazard. When this situation arises, SERVPRO techs:   

  • Wear head to toe protective gear  
  • Test the water to determine the presence of any harmful elements
  • Dispose of the water per state and federal regs
  • Use professional-grade antimicrobial and antibacterial cleaning agents 

The instantly recognizable musty odor that water can leave behind in a house gets neutralized through the use of the advanced equipment SERVPRO techs bring on-site. When the techs complete the restoration services, there are no reminders of the previous water loss.

When your home needs water damage restoration, call SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791-9177. The certified technicians have comprehensive training to bring your home back to its preloss condition.


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What Are My Cleanup Options After a Flood?

6/24/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO drying equipment in water damaged room; flood cuts on walls Summer storms are common and bring flooding. Sometimes we make flood cuts to ensure drying.

Expert Restoration for Flood Damage is Best to Ensure Your Berkeley Heights Home Gets Back to Pre-Loss Condition 

Any storm can make you feel uneasy, especially when water begins to infiltrate your home's interior. When you experience heavy rainfall, wind, and flooding in your Berkeley Heights home, you can rest assured that SERVPRO is available 24/7. We act fast not only to lessen the secondary damage but also to make sure that your interior is back to preloss condition "Like it never even happened." 

Why Is Skilled Restoration Best? 

As soon as you notice your home has suffered from flood damage in Berkeley Heights, you should call for expert restoration. Before our SERVPRO crew arrives, make sure that you are careful around any standing water, as there could be dangers from electrocution or lacerations. 

The sooner that the restoration efforts begin, the better your chances of halting secondary damage like: 

  • Wood rot
  • Mold and mildew growth
  • Subfloor damage
  • Delamination of flooring
  • Foul odors, and more 

The minute that we receive a call from a customer to come out for emergency flood cleanup and restoration, we spring into action. We deploy a crew to your home, with most arrival times commencing in as little as four hours or less, so that we can get to work. Our Green Fleet comes equipped with advanced restoration equipment, and we use proven techniques to restore your home. All of our IICRC-certified technicians are well-versed with things like expert water removal, eliminating the dangers of microbial threats, and halting the onset of foul odors. 

Are There DIY Efforts with Which I Can Assist? 

It is natural for a homeowner to want to clean up some of the water invading their home. However, consumer-grade equipment often fails to provide results anywhere near our industrial-strength tools and equipment. Furthermore, you run the risk of causing even more damage without realizing it when you try to handle floodwater with DIY methods. It is not uncommon for our crews to arrive to find out that the initial loss was made worse by self-cleaning efforts, such as: 

  • Contamination that spreads into other areas of the home
  • Water migration outside of the flood-loss zone
  • Exposure to potentially hazardous materials
  • Unnecessary secondary damage to building materials and belongings 

Why Do Contaminants Spread So Easily? 

Any flood loss can present with varying degrees of contamination. When floodwater, also known as blackwater, enters the home, it brings a range of contaminants. These contaminants may include: 

  • Dirt, silt, various debris
  • Chemicals
  • Fuel
  • Biohazards
  • Fecal matter, and more 

Contaminants such as these will often travel and spread quickly through foot traffic. DIY cleaning methods using high-pressure water may also aerosolize the pollutants, making them airborne and providing a path to other interior areas. When you call us at SERVPRO to help with your flood emergency, you can count on us to take several necessary precautions: 

  • Our crew wears personal protective equipment (PPE), which includes foot coverings
  • We put plastic sheeting into place to create contamination barriers and air scrubbers for an environment with negative pressure
  • Buffers need placing in areas where there is only partial flooding present 

With flooding from a violent storm in Berkeley Heights, we also take the time to ensure your property is safe. We will secure your home by: 

  • Ensuring the safety of your home and our crew by putting braces in place if your structure is damaged
  • Boarding up or taping of any damage, including broken windows
  • Shutting off the electricity and other utilities near the flood-loss zone may pose a potential hazard from shock or fire 

How Can My Structure Be Damaged During a Storm and Flood? 

The physical integrity of your home could be at risk and supporting structures such as a garage or shed. During the force of heavy, wind, rain, and flooding, there could be issues such as: 

  • Metal or wood framing that can bed or begin to shear off
  • Doors, windows and siding that may warp or break entirely
  • Depending on the water levels and pressure, your foundation could be at risk for a wash-out 

After your structure is secure, our crews get to work using high-powered extraction equipment. With truck-mounted extractors, submersible pumps, and various other tools, we pull out all of the standing water within the loss zone. It is then essential to take the time to use specialized moisture detection tools to locate any hidden pockets where water may have migrated. We then put into place a range of drying machines to facilitate the next phase, including: 

  • Industrial-strength fans
  • Centrifugal air movers
  • Desiccant dehumidifiers 

All of these drying tools help reduce relative humidity and ensure your interior is dry for the final restoration phase. No matter the level of flood damage you are facing, our team is no match at SERVPRO of Western Union County. Call us 24/7 at (908) 791-9177, and we can send out a crew to get to work as soon as possible! 

If a Pipe Breaks in My New Providence House, Do I Really Need a Water Cleanup Crew?

6/18/2020 (Permalink)

Close-up Of Flooded Floor In The Living Room From Water Leak SERVPRO of Western Union County’s emergency services line, (908) 791-9177, is answered 24/7.

Water Damage often Requires Professional Restoration in New Providence

Many homeowners assume clean water poses little risk when a pipe breaks, apart from the initial drenching, but there are a few problems that the release of possibly hundreds of gallons of water can create. Your residence in New Providence needs a professional water cleanup and mitigation crew. Dirty water from a broken drain or toilet can cause additional problems, of course, but unmitigated clean water can quickly become equally filthy.

How Does the Training SERVPRO Technicians Receive Improve the Water Cleanup Services Provided?

SERVPRO’s thoroughly trained water damage specialists know:
    •    The most efficient procedures to extract the water, so it stops spreading (decreasing necessary drying time),
    •    Which common household items harmfully contaminate water (and how to counteract them),
    •    Highly effective methods for eliminating microbial populations in saturated locations,
    •    How to determine the amount of water absorbed by affected materials (which affects drying time), as well as
    •    What to do when unexpected situations arise (including existing mold, lead paint, and the presence of asbestos).

What Else can a Water Cleanup Specialist do that Most Property Owners Can’t?

Our water cleanup specialists in New Providence use a device that easily pinpoints any areas holding onto water after absorbing spreading water. We create a printout of the visual readout on our infrared camera’s screen before we begin any work to compare to later visual readings. We do this to eliminate hidden water.

When water accumulates inside the layers making up your flooring, permanent damage can take place. SERVPRO’s building and reconstruction professionals do much to increase your restoration options. This includes flooring repair and reinstallations of wooden, tile, linoleum, and carpet.

SERVPRO of Western Union County’s emergency services line, (908) 791-9177, is answered 24/7. Residents in the area around Berkeley Heights, NJ, Netherwood, NJ, and Union, NJ can rely on us for water cleanup, as well as mitigation and restoration, no matter how minor or extensive.

How Do I Get Rid of the Smell After a Fire in New Providence?

6/14/2020 (Permalink)

Dark burnt wooden house corridor after fire Odors can linger for a long time after a fire. Contact SERVPRO for effective fire damage remediation services.

SERVPRO Provides Deodorization After A Fire in New Providence

A fire causes severe problems, and the foul odors that occur can make a home unlivable. Deodorization is an integral part of fire restoration cleanup in New Providence. Restoring your home is our goal, and this means getting rid of bad smells.

What steps do you take to treat odors from a fire?

Any home that has suffered fire damage in New Providence will have lingering odors. Our fire and smoke restoration technicians (FSRT) take several steps to clean your home. This includes getting to the source of nasty smells and clearing the house of noxious odors. If the odors remain, they can cause the following issues:

  • Compromised air quality 
  • Increased health problems 
  • Ruin items in the home 
  • Make the home uninhabitable 

The Sweet Smell of a Clean Home

The smells in a home after fire damage results from a mix of natural and chemical odors. Our Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) trained technicians know what to look for and how to treat it. It starts with the basics:

  • Removing the source of the odor – this is the first and most crucial step. It could be charred wood, burnt building materials, or burnt carpet. Our IICRC techs provide safe disposal of any discarded materials.
  • Surface Cleaning – smells can be a result of smoke and soot residue deposited on surfaces. All surfaces are cleaned and sanitized with the proper equipment and cleaner. Chemical containment, vapor odor control, and thermal foggers may be used.
  • Sealing – When more steps are needed, or removal is too expensive or not feasible, sealing off the odor may be necessary. Examples of sealing would be to seal off unused ductwork or paint walls.

SERVPRO’s goal is to leave your home, “Like it never even happened.” No one wants to live with a lingering reminder of fire damage. We can clear up those odors in a safe and professional manner.

Contact SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791 – 9177. We’re Faster To Any Size Disaster.


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Do I Have to Wait to Start Cleaning Up After a Fire in New Providence?

5/31/2020 (Permalink)

two firefighters putting out residential fire Make sure that your home is safe to re-enter after a fire and then contact SERVPRO for remediation services. We are here 24/7.

SERVPRO Arrives Quick When Called to Your New Providence Home to Tackle Your Fire Damage Restoration Needs

While it is sometimes tempting to start in on the cleanup in New Providence immediately, it is essential to wait until first responders deem your structure safe. SERVPRO wants you to know that we can be at your location quickly so that we can handle the assessment and planning to restore your home to the preloss condition. Our crew acts fast so that you can get back to your routine faster than DIY methods alone. Additionally, the professional service and advanced techniques that we bring to each project ensure your interior is just “Like it never even happened.”

The Fire is Extinguished, Now What?

You can call us at SERVPRO 24 hours a day, seven days a week, when you need help with fire damage in New Providence. Our emergency restoration crew arrives promptly and mindfully assesses your interior while taking note of damage, debris, and airborne threats. We have the technology that DIY cleanup efforts cannot touch, including tried-and-true planning that allows us to tackle each obstacle that comes our way. Early mitigation is essential to limit the onset of secondary damage while also inhibiting hazardous effects from odors and mold growth.

Why Do I Need to Call the Professionals?

SERVPRO features highly-trained IICRC-certified technicians that pay attention to detail when it comes to fire damage restoration. Soot and smoke residue, as well as moisture from extinguishing the fire, gets into small crevices and cracks that the untrained eye often overlooks. We remove all debris and damaged materials in New Providence so that the restoration and replacement may commence. We put together a detailed plan for restoration using our best technology and resources, including:

  •   Pack Out services, including meticulous logging of all belongings, for cleaning off-site at our facility
  •   Careful removal of soot and smoke residue from all surfaces using wet or dry cleaning methods helps to inhibit corrosion
  •   Trained technicians clean walls, ceilings, and other impacted surfaces
  •   Structural inspection to ensure total safety
  •   Controlled demolition, when necessary to remove damaged materials and replace with new

Can I Use Some DIY Methods for Cleaning After the Fire?

With charred debris, stubborn soot, and pesky soot particles, it is best to leave the cleanup to trained professionals. Do-it-yourself cleaning often hinders the process and may lead to unnecessary secondary damage. Professional intervention following a fire helps to address a variety of issues:

  •   Portions of a structure after a fire must be assessed to determine stability, such as ceilings, floors, and walls.
  •   Toxicity is a concern due to the fire and residue left after a fire loss. We come in with personal protective equipment (PPE) to ensure the safety of our crew while also limiting the spread of debris throughout your home.
  •   Water or chemicals used to extinguish the fire may be in abundance when we arrive for mitigation. We address this immediately using extraction techniques and advanced technology, thus speeding up the restoration. 
  •   Cleaning agents or methods used to clean soot and smoke residue varies depending on the materials burned in the fire. Our team is made up of technicians trained following the standards set forth by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to tackle any size or scope fire loss.
  •   EPA-registered cleaning products and disinfectants help ensure your interior is clean and safe for you and your family to enjoy once again.

What Restoration and Cleaning Methods are Used to Treat Fire Damage?

Our technicians know that each restoration project is unique, so we treat it as such. We craft a plan that best suits the needs of your home and the nature of the fire. During our assessment, both dry and wet cleaning methods are often put into various steps.

  •   Wet: This cleaning method is excellent on hard surfaces and materials not damaged easily by water. Our crew might use water mixed with specialized cleaning agents that help to strip away the soot and smoke, which leaves the surface below refreshed and clean. We also have ultrasonic machines that use an aqueous solution of water, softener, and mild detergent. Using high-frequency sound waves, the pressure creates thousands of bubbles that help to loosen stubborn grime safely.
  •   Dry: This cleaning method helps address materials otherwise easily damaged with wet cleaning methods. We take a look at your books, antiques, electronics, and porous items and use brushes, towels, or sponges to loosen the residue and soot until your items are clean.

When you call on SERVPRO of Western Union County to help with fire damage, you may rest assured in knowing that your home is in excellent hands. Call (908) 791-9177 to have a trained crew deployed to your location to start the assessment process. We can be reached 24/7 for emergency cleanup and restoration.

How Can Water Spots Get Removed From the Carpet in My Office?

5/22/2020 (Permalink)

Carpet being cleaned “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO has the equipment and decades of experience to restore carpet with water loss in New Providence commercial properties

When SERVPRO handles this type of loss, the techs approach each situation as unique and apply their knowledge to determine the restoration techniques for the best outcome.  Water spots on a carpet can be a sign of a larger issue at work in commercial properties. Common reasons are: 

  • Plumbing leaks 
  • Air conditioning unit malfunctions
  • Water heater failures
  • Vandalism

How Can the Act of Rewetting a Carpet Correct Commercial Water Damage Stains? 

Each case of commercial water damage in a New Providence property is unique, but the rules of the science used in the restoration services are finite. After the extraction of excess water and drying a property, unsightly water stains may remain on the carpet and upholstery. 

SERVPRO techs perform tests on the fibers to determine if they are prone to bleed dyes or subject to shrinkage. Once the makeup gets determined, the techs use various methods to remove the water spots, including resetting and using professional steam cleaners to turn any water within the carpet into a vapor. One of the biggest benefits of using this type of cleaner is that no residues get left behind in the fibers, and it leaves them sanitized. 

The techs have access to a large selection of EPA-Registered cleaning agents developed especially for fabrics and carpet fibers. These are ideal for spot applications to remove stains that can occur on carpets when other objects bleed onto wet carpet threads.

SERVPRO of Western Union County at (908) 791-9177 has the experience and equipment to take any type and size of commercial water damage and restore your property to its preloss condition. The certified techs are available 24/7 and arrive on-site a short time after the initial call with everything needed.


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Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned – a defensive cleaning program

5/20/2020 (Permalink)

Table tent signs describing the Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned program on top of a wooden table. Our defensive cleaning program gives your business a way forward by providing your employees and customers ongoing safety and assuredness.

Let us help you get back to business

As our communities re-open in New Providence, 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.

Extensive training and specialized products

As the #1 choice in cleanup and restoration*, we stand on more than 50 years of experience and expertise to help your business become Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.  Beyond fire & water, SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills – always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities. 

From formulating and creating our proprietary cleaning products, like SERVPROXIDE, at our headquarters in Gallatin, TN, to taking the utmost care while disinfecting, we will ensure you and your business are set up to inspire consumer confidence as the economy continues to reopen.

3 C’s – Consult, Clean, and Certify

When the stakes are this high, you want a partner who has developed an industry leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions, and remediation processes over decades. We’ve cleaned up some of the most challenging biohazards imaginable. Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned reflects our unique experiences and capabilities. The program is grounded with our unique 3 C’s: Consult, Clean, and Certify.

  • Consult – Every business is different, which is why you’ll be assigned a Cleaning Protocol Consultant who understands your business and will create a cleaning program to meet your specific needs. This program will be developed based on your business type, size of space, amount of high frequency touchpoints, foot traffic and congestion points.
  • Clean – Based on your specific business needs, your location will undergo a thorough, deep clean, using exclusive cleaning products, according to protocols set forth by the CDC. Our employees have years of experience, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform. Cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of hazardous materials.  In the event of a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 event, we will be there cleaning within 24 hours to ensure you get back to business as quickly as possible. 
  • Certify - Once your business location has been Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you will gain access to proprietary signage, digital emblems, and other collateral that communicates that you’ve selected a higher standard of clean available to help protect your employees and customers. And because we add the day, month, and year to that proprietary stamp of clean, your guests will know that not only did you choose Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, but that your location is being cleaned regularly at this standard.

Call today for a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation

We’re Here to Help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – until life is back to normal in the communities we all call home.

Call SERVPRO of Western Union County today at (908) 791-9177 for your Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation.

* #1 Choice in cleanup & restoration based Commercial Attitude & Usage Tracking study. Polling 816 commercial business decision makers on first choice for future needs related to cleanup & restoration work. Study conducted by C&R Research: October 2019

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned means professionally trained SERVPRO franchises perform the requested cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection services according to proprietary SERVPRO protocols and recognized industry and CDC standards with EPA approved cleaning products to deliver a SERVPRO certified cleaning experience.  Each SERVPRO franchise is independently owned and operated.