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Rising Water

9/6/2019 (Permalink)

Rising water in St Clair County has caused major flooding to many homes. Harsh winters, heavy ice from up North and severe climate changes have created record level water heights.

SERVPRO of Marine City /Romeo has had several calls from customers in Algonac Michigan with flooded homes. Water can cause structural damage and should be dealt with quickly. SERVPRO of Marine City / Romeo is available 24 hours 7 days a week. Our trained technicians will work swiftly to restore your property. They use specialized test equipment to find hidden water and advanced drying techniques to monitor and dry your property properly. Our job is to preserve and protect, stop any more damage from happening and restore damaged property to prior condition.

SERVPRO of Marine City/ Romeo is here to help and make your property and contents, "Like it never even happened."

Smoke and soot damage

9/6/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Marine City / Romeo Truck at a fire job SERVPRO of Marine City / Romeo

After the fire is out and all the rescue workers are gone. Getting your property back to preloss condition as fast as you can will be your next concern.

SERVPRO of Marine City/ Romeo is here to help. We respond within one hour of your call and start the mitigation services approximately four hour’s after notification of the loss. Our services help to ensure your belongings and property are restored to preloss condition when possible.

SERVPRO of Marine City / Romeo responded to a customer in Richmond, Michigan removed contents and started the cleaning process from smoke damage in the customer’s barn. Our technicians cleaned and painted his walls and floors. The contents with soot and smoke damage were cleaned and restored using our state-of-the-art techniques.  The owner appreciated our swift response to his loss and was grateful we could restore his building and contents.

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Does your business have an Emergency Plan

9/6/2019 (Permalink)

Cell phone with ready plan app on it SERVPRO Ready Plan Mobile App gives business owners help at your fingertips.

Does your business have an emergency plan? Do your employees know what to do or who to call in the event you are not there? Disasters can strike at any time and interrupt your business and cost you money. Even the smallest event such as a power outage can cripple your day to day operations. SERVPRO can set up a plan for your business for FREE. A no cost Ready Plan App is available to business owners which will allow you and your employees access to help you get the assistance you need quicker and more efficiently. 

The Ready Plan is an emergency preparedness tool for business owners allowing for the creation of an Emergency Ready Profile (ERP) containing critical facility information to help speed up response time.

Contact SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo at (586) 336-7373 to schedule.

Be Prepared

8/30/2019 (Permalink)

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(586) 336 7373

We’re not capable of controlling the weather but we can be prepared. Michigan weather has caused much flooding in the St. Clair County Area. Be prepared for high winds and high water. The Lake Levels haven’t shown any signs of receding. The following are examples of how you can prepare yourself and your family for any disaster.

  1. Sand Bags
  2. Sump Pumps in working order (maybe even a back-up sump pump
  3. Generator
  4. Flash lights
  5. Batteries for flash lights, phones, etc.
  6. Can food
  7. Blocks on hand to set furniture off the floor
  8. SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo – Emergency Phone Number
  9. Have Insurance Agents phone number, policy number, on hand.
  10. Do you have flood Insurance – know what it covers and what it doesn’t

Water in a East China, Michigan, St. Clair County

8/28/2019 (Permalink)

Water in Basement Water in Basement

Sump Pump failure caused this basement to become a soggy mess.  This photo shows the cardboard boxes soaked. 

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo responded to a call from the home owner and immediately responded to their home.  they proceeded to pump out water, remove damaged items, decontaminate area.

The home owners were impressed with quick response and the professional way the team restored their basement to clean livable setting.

Water Damage in New Baltimore, Mich.

8/28/2019 (Permalink)

Hand written Thank you letter from one of recent customers after we cleaned up her home from a water loss. Recent customer expressed her appreciation for the work we did for her by sending us a much appreciated Thank You letter.

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo  (586) 336 7373

Received a wonderful letter from a customer that needed water removed from kitchen and living room due to a broken line in the refrigerator.

Letters like this help the moral of everyone at SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo.  This is one of the reasons we do our best for our customers.  We have pride in what we do and enjoy doing a good job and receiving notes of appreciation.

                    "The SERVPRO Way"

Being part of your Community

8/27/2019 (Permalink)

Two girls posing in front of the Marine City Area Chambers pumpkin carving contest. Supporting local community events.

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo   (586) 336 7373

Organizations working together and getting involved in their communities helps promote their business and also helps build a trust with other businesses and individuals within their area.  

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo finds this a remarkable way to utilize the marketing resources available.  This relationship helps to gain the trust within the community and reiterates the fact our family and employees are heroes to those in need and we will do our best in anyway to help people and protect our name and the SERVPRO logo.  

You can gain business, new friendships, and bring pride to your Franchise.  

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo enjoys being members to area Chambers of Commerce and other associations that help their communities.

Fire - General grilling tips

8/27/2019 (Permalink)

A Reminder From:  SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo

(586)336 7373

 Safety Tips:  BBQ- Propane and charcoal BBQ grills.  (by: NFPA)

1. The grill should be placed well away form the home, deck railings and out from under eaves and overhanging branches.

2. Keep children and pets away from the grill area.

3. Keep your grill clean by removing grease or fat buildup from the grills and in trays below the grill

4.  Never leave your grill unattended (by: NFPA)

Stop! Bad Idea!  When burning the grease off your barbecue indoors (even in a large building) then leaving it unattended just for a few minutes can cause a terrible fire.  You may think you'll be right back.  Oops, we all can forget.

Frozen Plumbing

8/27/2019 (Permalink)

Wet carpet in the front office of a local golf course damaged by frozen plumbing. Frozen Plumbing - St. Clair County

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo  (586) 336 7373

Commercial Buildings & Residential Buildings

Pipes are risk in unheated areas such as basements, crawl space,attics, garages.  Pipes running through cabinets or exterior walls can freeze.

When the temperature starts dropping outside take measures inside to keep your pipes warm and water running.

There are experts that recommend conserving water and heat, but sometimes conserving energy can cost you great amount of damage and expense.

Keep garage doors closed

Open kitchen and bathroom cabinet doors.

Let the cold water drip from a faucet.

Keep the thermostat set no lower than 55 F when going on vacation.

Insulate attics, basements, crawl spaces.  Prevent drafts, seal cracks and openings around doors, windows and sill plates.

Algonac Storm Damage St. Clair County

8/27/2019 (Permalink)

Sand bags lined up on a wet dock of a St Clair County home. River level is at same height as the dock. High Water, Flooding, St. Clair County

SERVPRO of Marine City/Romeo  (586) 336 7373

FLOODING:  Saint Clair County and Macomb

County Storms and high Water. 

Article from:

“Michigan Fire Claim, Inc.”

Will My Insurance Cover

Water Damage

A standard policy usually covers only water damages where the

cause was “sudden and accidental”, for example forgetting to

turn a faucet off, a burst pipe, or a blocked toilet. A standard

insurance policy will not cover damages from floods or an Act of God.

So if your flooded basement is caused storms, or overflowing rivers, that

is a flood, and not covered Certain insurance carriers have extended

coverage for water back-up. You should always check with your

agent to see if you have ample coverage in case of water damage.