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What SERVPRO Does Better than Other Restoration Companies

11/18/2019 (Permalink)

A row of air movers are lined up on a shelf at a SERVPRO garage. We have more than enough resources for any size job.

Two years after SERVPRO opened they had sold their first franchise. With that, they began their fast growth into the large company they are today. There’s a good reason why that growth was so fast. SERVPRO knows what they’re doing. In fact, they’ve created their own training programs for each employee to complete in order to verify the quality that is received for each and every job. When these specially trained professionals arrive at your doorstep, they do not come empty handed. State of the art restoration company is a part of the value of hiring SERVPRO. Upon the assessment, Moisture Detection equipment will be able to measure the quantity of water hidden in the damaged area. This can not only help identify a source, but also give the team areas to focus on, rather than tearing apart the entire area unless need be. After the assessment, the team will bring Water Extraction equipment, Drying equipment, Odor Removal and Deodorization equipment, as well as all the Sanitization needed to remove any bacteria remaining from the water damage. SERVPRO’s investment in high quality technology provided all the evidence you need to choose them for any damage you experience in your home, store, or building. The priority during the restoration process is not just quality, but speed. A speedy process is easier when using the newest technology. Dependent upon the area of the space affected, the appropriate quantity of equipment will arrive at the site promptly, saving you time and money. Water damage is an overwhelming situation to deal with, which no company understands better than SERVPRO.

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