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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Residental Vs Commercial

1/26/2022 (Permalink)

One of the greatest things about SERVPRO is our ability to be versatile in the industry. We offer both commercial and residential services and have the capabilities to handle any size of disaster at a moments notice. We focus on training our technicians to make sure we they perform at the highest standard in both the residential and commercial setting. There are many different certifications in the restoration industry and some are even commercial or residential specific.We also use state-of-the-art, top-of-the-line equipment.

There are many differences between commercial and residential restoration, including SERVPRO’s approach to the damage, and the customers priorities.  

Our commercial clients main priority is generally getting their business back up and running, to quickly eliminate company downtime. The cost may not be as big a factor as speed and efficiency. SERVPRO’s around the United States also lend each other help and equipment so even the largest losses can quickly handled with no issues. No commercial job is too big for SERVPRO.

Residential restoration can have different priorities, with residential customers often looking to see how we can save them both money and time. Along with the water mitigation or fire remediation, we perform pack-outs where we will carefully wrap your belonging, and inventory and photograph everything to send to your insurance. We will pack them carefully and store them in our temperature-controlled warehouse. Once you are ready to go back into your house, we will perform the pack-in and return your belongings to your home.

Whether you need our services for your home or business SERVPRO is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. From start to finish we will make it “Like it never even happened.

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