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Cleaning Services in Ocean Breeze, FL

10/2/2019 (Permalink)

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Cleaning Services in Ocean Breeze, FL is now passible!

SERVPRO of Martin County professionals provide a deeper clean than your basic house cleaning service, with our residential cleaning services enjoy the comfort of a constant maintenance cleaning of your home, and create a safe, clean and comfortable living environment for you and your family.

What to expect when you request Residential Cleaning Services in Ocean Breeze FL?

The moment you contact SERVPRO of Martin County for your cleaning residential issues you can expect:

Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning: A professionally cleaned carpet and furniture may make all the difference in brightening up a room and freshening up your home. The SERVPRO carpet and upholstery cleaning service will not only get out the dirt you see, but will also remove the unwanted dust you don’t.

Air Duct Cleaning: Regular duct cleaning can increase your home’s heating and cooling efficiency and improve the quality of the air you and your family breathe. If your HVAC has been operating for some time without attention, we include this service in your Cleaning Services in Ocean Breeze FL,

Sewage and Bio hazard Clean Up: Our professional are ready to assist in the clean-up of sewage and other bio hazard materials and provide deep cleaning services for your home. SERVPRO of Martin County is trained to safely remove bio hazards and dispose of them properly in accordance with OSHA and health regulations.

Odor Removal: According to what type of odor and the related problems and source of the odors, we will dictate what techniques odor removal and deodorization professionals will employ. Our technicians have access to several odor removal products capable of penetrating surfaces to neutralize an unpleasant odor thoroughly.

You know SERVPRO as a leader in Fire and Water Cleanup and Restoration, but our professional residential Cleaning Services in Ocean Breeze, FL will ease the burden of the constant maintenance cleaning of your home, but will also create a comfortable living environment for you and your loved ones.

Need Cleaning Services in Ocean Breeze, FL Call Us Today – (772) 334-8762

Fire and Smoke Restoration plan

9/13/2019 (Permalink)

Bonfire out of control Fire and Smoke Restoration

You don’t need to wait for holidays to have a Fire and Smoke Restoration plan ahead. Even though accidents involved Fire and Smoke are more likely to be during the holiday season, it’s very important to be aware off, and manage a Fire and Smoke Restoration plan to be able to overcome any issues.

 Did you know…. There are products of such scenes usually classified as bio - hazardous materials, and they require special handling that ordinary people are generally not knowledgeable in? When having questions such as, having a Fire and Smoke Restoration plan ahead will help you to understand many issues related to a fire scenes and most importantly how to react and address Fire and Smoke restoration issues.

 At SERVPRO of Martin County we focus on restoring versus replacing because restoring the affected areas of your property is significantly less costly than demolishing and replacing those areas. This “restore first” mentality also allows us to get your home or business back to pre-fire condition quicker and with less disruption.

 To avoid the stress of having to deal with all the restoration work by yourself, call the professionals at SERVPRO of Martin County. The process of restoration begins when you call us. Our representative will ask questions regarding the fire damage event that will help us respond immediately with the appropriate equipment and resources. 

When we arrive to the restoration space first of all we run Inspection and Fire Damage Assessment to identify the area, follow by Immediate Board-Up and Roof-Tarp Service, second we apply Water Removal and Drying (if water damage is present), afterwards we remove smoke and soot from all surfaces, and finally we run Cleaning and Sanitizing process followed by Restoration.

When you contact SERVPRO of Martin County you can rest assured, knowing that we will take the best possible care of the situation, following all safety and sanitation guidelines. You know SERVPRO of Martin County as a leader in Fire and Smoke Restoration, but our expertise can also make any scenario "Like it never even happened."

Have questions about Fire and Smoke Restoration? Call SERVPRO of Martin County today – (772) 334-8762

Florida hurricane preparedness tips

6/19/2019 (Permalink)

Florida hurricane preparedness tips

Hurricanes hit hard in Florida. Especially in the East Coast, hurricane damage can be severe. Having a hurricane preparedness plan will help to keep you and your loved one's safe and reduce the damage to your property.

First, keep in mind that hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean goes from June 1 to November 30. While hurricanes are most active in September, they could still happen at any time of the season. They also can affect areas more than 100 miles inland, so even if you’re in an inland city you still need to be prepared.

Hurricane preparedness is composed of different stages. In each of them, there are different steps that should be taken.

Basic preparedness: even before there is a hurricane alert, there are some things you should know and do.

  • Assess your area’s risk of hurricanes, storm surges, flooding and winds.
  • Keep a list of emergency contacts, such as your city/county/state’s government, emergency services and local hospitals.
  • Sign up for your community’s warning system.
  • Become familiar with evacuation zones and routes.
  • Get to know the closest shelter location, such as a FEMA safe room or an ICC 500 storm shelter.
  • Review insurance policies.
  • If you have pets, make a plan for them, too.

When a hurricane is 36 or more hours away from arriving:

  • Prepare an emergency kit with food and water enough for at least three days, a flashlight, medication, batteries, cash and first aid supplies. If you have pets, keep an emergency kit for them as well.
  • Review your evacuation route and shelters with your family in order for everyone to be ready.
  • Create a communications plan with your family; preferably use text messages or social media as phone lines may be down or too busy.
  • Keep your car in good condition and with the gas tank full, and store it with emergency supplies and a change of clothes.

When a hurricane is 18 to 36 hours away from arriving:

  • Bookmark your city’s or county’s website for quick access to storm updates and emergency instructions.
  • Address outdoor objects that could become projectiles in the wind: bring inside loose, lightweight objects and anchor heavy objects that would be unsafe to bring inside.
  • Trim or remove trees that are close enough to fall on your property.
  • Cover all your home’s windows. If you haven’t installed hurricane shutters, cover them with 5/8” exterior grade or marine plywood.

When a hurricane is 6 to 18 hours away from arriving:

  • Turn on your TV or radio to a news station and/or check your city’s or county’s website every 30 minutes for updates and emergency instructions.
  • Charge your cellphone so it will have a full battery when the hurricane arrives.

When a hurricane is 6 or fewer hours away from arriving:

  • If you’re in an area recommended for evacuation, go to your local shelter. If you’re not, plan to stay at home or wherever you are at the moment. In any case, let your family and friends know where you will be.
  • If you are at risk for flash flooding, watch for warning signs such as heavy rain.
  • Close storm shutters and stay away from windows.
  • Turn your fridge to the lowest temperature and open only when strictly necessary. This is in order to keep your food cold in case the power goes out.

During the hurricane:

  • If you’re told to evacuate, do so immediately.
  • If you’re not able to go to a FEMA safe house or ICC 500 storm shelter, take refuge in a small and windowless room or hallway in the lowest floor of the building that is not subject to flooding.
  • If you’re trapped in a flooding building, go to the highest level. Do not climb into a closed attic.
  • Only use generators outdoors and away from windows.
  • Do not walk, swim or drive through flood waters. Turn around and go away.

After the hurricane has passed, you still need to be careful. Keep on surveilling communication channels, such as TV, radio and the city’s website, for information and special instructions. Also, be careful during cleanup, do not touch electrical equipment and avoid wading in flood water.

To ensure better results in restoring your property back to normal, contact an emergency cleanup service such as SERVPRO of Martin County. We will assess the damage and repair it to leave everything "Like it never even happened."

Fire Emergency Procedures and tips

6/13/2019 (Permalink)

Fire Emergency Procedures and tips

Fire emergency is always overwhelming, nobody except firefighters or specialist in fire emergencies are really prepared to address inflame fire spreading quickly over certain area or inhale smoking residues for a long period of time.

When fire or smoke damage affect your home or business SERVPRO of Martin County have a general procedure before, during and after the fire emergency happens. Even though every situation is different the general process to address Fire emergency remain the same.

From our experience, here we recommend easy steps to follow before, during and after Fire emergency occurs.

What to do when a fire emergency happens and waiting for help to arrive?

We acknowledge your worries and anxiety of the moment, however we would like you to take few min to ask yourself if it’s safe to stay in the property, check out the area up and down and make sure you are in a safe point. Try out to be aware of electronic devices, as they might drop, putting in risk your safety.

How to procedure during a fire emergency?

Remember that some material and textures can conduct heat more easily, so stay away from them. Avoid also movement in the home or property to prevent smoke particles from being drive into carpets, curtains, upholstery and some others inflame fabrics.

It’s important that you and your family remains in a safe area as we recommend before and try out to keep your hands clean all the time, so it won’t conduct or make the worst materials such as walls, upholstery, and woodwork.

What to do after a fire emergency?

Added to the above mentioned we recommend: If electricity is off, empty freezer and refrigerator and prop doors open, place clean towels or old linens on rugs, upholstery and carpet traffic areas. Wash houseplants on both sides of leaves and change HVAC filter

Finally, don’t effort to clean any walls or painted surfaces or shampoo carpet or upholstery without contacting SERVPRO!

Our staff is highly trained in fire damage emergency. When fire or smoke damage affect your home or business, follow us here: Fire Emergency Procedures and tips: or contact SERVPRO specialist for all you fire emergency questions. Smoke or Fire Damage? Call SERVPRO of Martin County (772) 334-8762

Trained storm damage specialist

6/6/2019 (Permalink)

Trained storm damage specialist

Whenever a storm damage your home or business it is important that you understand every disaster is different and requires a different solution, however the process to addresses this issue such as the cleaning and restoration remains the same.

The storm may come with heavy rains, tornadoes, severe weather and all of them can cause water floods and it requires immediate attention with a specific plan of action at your home or office.

Always keep handy our number 772- 334-8762 so you can contact our specialists, they are highly trained professionals in clean up and restoration process, equipment and techniques to overcome the storm damage fast and properly. For instance, we offer advance water inspection extraction and drying equipment operated by our trained specialists in storm and water damage.

A storm can happen at any moment, day or time of the year, this is why you can count with the immediate response from our highly qualified technicians, they are available the 24 hours, seven days a week.

We are leaders in the storm and water damage restoration industry, our specialists have advance training and expertise with a great hands-on experience they will use all of this experience and knowledge to dry and restore your house or office to pre-storm condition. They are highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO's Corporate Training Facility to regular IICRC industry certification. This assure our staff is equipped with the necessary knowledge to properly restore your property after a storm  damage it. Our training programs includes:

  • IICRC training
  • Employee certification training
  • Initial franchise training
  • E-learning
  • Continuing Education Classes

These programs cover all topics and knowledge necessary to addresses your restoration emergency including storm and major events.

Call us to action the 24 hours, the seven days a week: 772-334-8762

Water Damage Cleanup & Repair Services

6/5/2019 (Permalink)

Water Damage Cleanup & Repair Services

How much do you know about Water Damage?

Did you know …?

Water damage is #1 catastrophic event in the United States, but 95% of water damage can be prevented. Also mold can grow within 20-24 hours of exposure of water. There is more than 20,000 Water restoration companies (In Florida we have more than 1000), and 37% of homeowners claims losses from water damage.

Those are few of the data about Water Damage consequences. But the question here will be, are you really prepared for Water damage such as flooring, walls scratching, leaky ceiling, wet carpets etc. If you answer is yes, well done! If not, do not panic! As experts leaders in Water Damage Cleanup & Repair‎ Services we are the solution.

Why SERVPRO of Martin County? 

In addition to cleaning your property’s structure, we will clean your furniture, upholstery, clothing, and other restorable belongings damaged by the water. Most flooding and water damage also require professional odor removal and deodorization since wet materials have a very distinct odor.

After a water damage, event requires specialized equipment and products. Our technicians will clean the affected area with professional grade of cleaning and sanitizing agents for your comfort and safety.

How we run Contents Restoration for water damages?

First of all we follow our path which is “restore” versus “replace” being loyal to that mindset, we can help you save money while preserving precious keepsakes that can’t be replaced. We applied: Dry cleaning, wet cleaning, spray and wipe, foam cleaning, abrasive cleaning, and Immersion Cleaning.

We then dry the structure with powerful dehumidifiers. Finally, our technicians will clean the affected area with professional grade of cleaning and sanitizing agents for your comfort and safety.

Learn more about Contents Restoration at: Step 5: Cleaning and Sanitizing,

SERVPRO of Martin County can properly restore your home after a water damage. Our advanced equipment help us to remove the water, even hidden moisture, quickly and efficiently.

Have Water or Flood Damage? Call SERVPRO of Martin County today: (772) 334-8762

Fire Emergency? What to do until help arrives?

5/31/2019 (Permalink)

Fire Emergency? What to do until help arrives?

What to do until help arrives!

Did you know …?

Every Fire Damage Emergency might be different but regularly the process to overcome the issue stay the same. At SERVPRO of Martin County we hope that your family and your business do not experience those difficult situations, however when this type of emergency arise, we have you covered with our Fire Damage Restoration Process. 

No matter how worried you are about your house or business, to be in the safe place it is very important to ask yourself if it is not dangerous to stay in the property. If you do, be alert of electronic devices, they might drop putting your safety in risk. As you might know some supplies are better conductors of heat and can start the fire again, so pay special attention to those materials.

Second, try to avoid the movement in the place to prevent the smoke particles from being drive into upholstery and carpets as well touch the less possible and keep your hands clean so you do not transfer the oil and dirt from your hands, making it worst materials such as upholstery, walls, and woodwork. To protect the carpet from more damage we recommend putting some old linens or clean towels on carpet traffic areas.

Avoid consuming any food that have been in the place during the fire and keep the power off do not try to operate any electrical device at the place. And make sure that the electricity is completed off to avoid short circuits. We also recommend emptying your freezer and refrigerator, and keep doors open, do not consume any food that have been in the place during the fire, do not try to operate any electrical device at the place.

We also recommended when Fire Emergency and wondering what to do until help arrives! To wait for SERVPRO of Martin County so we do the cleaning, do not effort to clean walls, carpets or painted surfaces. Do not try to clean any electrical appliances that have been close to fire, water or heat.

SERVPRO of Martin County will be at the place as soon as possible. We attend emergencies of restoration the 24/7 no matter how big they are. In case of fire emergency the damages will be not just for fire, there will be water and smoke damage too.

Have Questions About Fire Emergency? And what to do until help arrives!  Call SERVPRO of Martin County Today – (772) 334-8762 or visit our Blog online for more information:

Why SERVPRO? Highly Trained Restoration Specialists

5/31/2019 (Permalink)

Why SERVPRO? Highly Trained Restoration Specialists

You can be sure that SERVPRO of Martin County is going to provide your home an excellent restoration service. We work hard every day to give you the best support possible to make it easier to go through the situation of having a fire at your home or business.

At SERVPRO we count with highly trained personal to assist you in every step of the restoration process.

After the fire, we need to do a balance of the damage caused by these, the smoke and the water used to the firefighting efforts. It is important to know what to do at the first specialized cleaning process, which must be fast to do the restoration faster and cheaper.

Our staff is highly trained in all this matters thanks to our training and certification programs. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO´s Corporate facility to regular IICRC industry certifications.

Our training program includes:

IICRC Training and Certification

The institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) certifies and sets the standards for cleaning and restoration industries.

Our professionals study IICRC standards and best practices at several courses.

Employee Certification Training

This is a voluntary self-paced program designed for SERVPRO Franchise employees. It´s modules includes

  • Crew training
  • Fire restoration
  • water restoration
  • carpet upholstery cleaning

Initial Franchise Training

It is a hand-on course at the SERVPRO´s corporate training facility, is the foundation of the SERVPRO training program. Is destined to new owners and covers several restoration topics.

  • Fire restoration
  • Water restoration
  • Carpet and upholstery cleaning
  • Mold mitigation

E- Learnings

At SERVPRO of Martin County, our staff haves access to web-based training. This is a voluntary program designed to be an ongoing self-paced coaching for the franchise employees. It keeps them up to speed on industry standards and professional quality.

Continuing Education Classes

In order to improve knowledge of emergency mitigation, SERVPRO of Martin County offers both credit and noncredit courses for insurance agents, insurance adjusters, real estate professionals, and franchise staff. Courses include:

  • Water damage restoration
  • Fire damage restoration
  • Understanding mold in the restoration industry
  • Restorative drying for loss control
  • Mitigation awareness response seminar

Call SERVPRO of Martin County to action on the restoration of your house or business with our highly trained staff:


Why SERVPRO? Advance technology and techniques

5/31/2019 (Permalink)

Why SERVPRO? Advance technology and techniques

In case that you have a fire emergency at your home or business, SERVPRO of Martin County will be there to assist you through the restoration process, not only with highly trained professionals but also with the best equipment needed to quickly restore your property to pre-fire status.

During the last few decades the technology and techniques in the restoration industry have had an important advance, these advances allow SERVPRO of Martin County professionals to restore properties quickly reliable and effectively.

We count with equipment for moisture detection and measure. The scientific drying principals rely upon this equipment to detect measure and monitor the moisture labels on your property. Resent advances such as infrared cameras help us to detect water through the walls, floors and ceiling; and sensitive moisture detectors, hygrometers and other moisture meters measure the extent of moisture saturation.

The water needs to be extract so we have powerful extraction equipment that speeds the drying process by removing the bulk of water from your home or business. These are submersible pumps powered by gas for continues pumping of high-levels water. These portable extraction units perform efficient water removal.

After extract the bulk of the water our industrial strength air movers and dehumidifiers are needed to remove the remaining moisture proper drying helps to prevent swelling and warping of floors and furniture. The high speed air mover causes moisture to evaporate at a faster pace and the humidifiers pull the water vapor from the air.

The water, smoke and fire damages causes odors. We use machines to remove airborne contaminants and guaranty the air quality during the restoration process such as air scrubbers and thermal foggers with deodorization agents, to finalize the process SERVPRO of Martin County will use approved cleaning agents to clean and remove odors and contaminants, to disinfect and stop the grow of bacteria, fungi, mildew and other harmful microorganisms. Call to action. SERVPRO of Martin county: 772-334-8762.

Fire and Smoke Restoration

5/31/2019 (Permalink)

Fire and Smoke Restoration

Fire damage and smoke are particularly big issues that can happens to your business or commercial property. Fire emergencies can have multiple causes and the effort and job that its demand such as significant amount of water from firefighting efforts and fire suppression system are some of the big efforts it’s needed to address such situations.

What happen when a Fire and Smoke Restoration is needed it?

To overcome Fire and Smoke, and try out to restore the business or property back to pre-fire condition, it’s important to have the experts number ready, so your business will be prepare for bigger losses and you will minimize the lost revenue and productivity.

How SERVPRO of Martin County runs Fire and Smoke Restoration?

Whether your fire emergency occurs in an office building, store, motel or restaurant, we will respond quickly to mitigate the damage and manage the restoration project through to its completion. Commercial Restoration brings unique challenges, however SERVPRO can run any Fire and Smoke Restoration the best way!

SERVPRO of Martin County has the training, experience, and equipment to handle large commercial fire damage emergencies. Why? because we count with Fire and Smoke Restoration Technicians, Odor Control Technicians, Upholstery & Fabric Cleaning Technicians, Water Damage Restoration Technicians. They runs its services the best way and procedure in every project meticulously and professionally.

Commercial Fire Damage? Call SERVPRO of Martin County Today – (772) 334-8762