Does you employer have a fire safety plan in place? If you are the employer; do your employees know what to do in the case of a fire? Chances are, your fire escape/safety plans haven’t been discussed recently, and there’s no time like now to make sure everyone’s on the same page. Obviously it’s smart to have a plan in place, but sometimes it’s required by law. Are you compliant?
Meet this week’s Master of Disaster from the remediation and water crew, Luis!
Meet this week’s Master of Disaster from the Water Crew, Rob!
When your home or business floods, it’s important to start the drying process as soon as possible to prevent any further damage. ServiceMaster of Tacoma is on-call 24/7/365 to perform emergency services, so you don’t have to wait to mitigate.
Our technicians use the latest and greatest methods and technology in anti-microbial application, drying/air movement, dehumidifying and monitoring, cleaning, sanitizing and odor removal.
Our coordinators work with insurance companies daily, so you benefit from our claims process expertise.
Meet this week’s Master of Disaster, Amy!
There is more to mold remediation than removing the visible mold. If you suspect you have some sort of growth but it isn’t visible, you should get your home tested before hiring a mold removal specialist such as ServiceMaster Restore.
If there is already mold growing on your walls, there is probably more growing behind them. Don’t wait to mitigate!
Trying to take care of it yourself might not take care of the whole problem. It could actually make matters worse by releasing mold spores into the air and causing additional risk.
You can count on ServiceMaster of Tacoma to meet your mold removal needs, even in tight areas like crawlspaces or attics. Our certified technicians have the resources and experience to deal with mold problems of all sizes.
Don’t know what to do next? We do.
Meet this week’s Master of Disaster, all the way from South Carolina, Haden!
A manufactured home is constructed in a controlled environment, primarily inside of a manufacturing facility, and therefore not exposed to outside elements like rain, snow, sun, etc. There are two subcategories of manufactured homes: mobile and modular. A mobile home is built, and remains, on a frame with wheels for transporting. A modular home is built on a frame and then transported to a location and placed on a permanent foundation. When it comes to insurance policies, a mobile home policy is written specifically as a mobile home policy, and a modular home can be written as either a standard homeowner policy or a mobile home policy.
When assessing water damage at a manufactured home, first note the age and condition of the home, and how this could affect the dry-down techniques and the restoration vs. Replacement factor. Be sure to communicate this with the adjuster.
Don’t wait to mitigate! You have a better chance of saving money, maintaining customer satisfaction, and an improved loss ratio.
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Meet this week’s Master of Disaster, Taylor R.!
Meet this week’s Master of Disaster, Project Manager Jeff!