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Weatherproofing Your Home: A Comprehensive Guide to Water Damage Preparedness

2/27/2024 (Permalink)

Today, let's dive deep into the world of weatherproofing your home against water damage. From the cozy streets of Woodcrest to the bustling neighborhoods of Riverside nearby, every home deserves to be protected from the elements. So, grab a cup of coffee, settle in, and let's chat about how you can get your home ready for whatever Mother Nature throws your way.

Checking Up on Your Roof and Gutters

First things first—let's talk roofs and gutters. Your roof is like a superhero, shielding your home from rain, wind, and whatever else the sky throws at it. But even superheroes need a little maintenance now and then. So, grab a ladder and take a stroll along your roofline. Look for any shingles that may be missing or damaged, and make sure to check for spots where water might leak in. Keep your eye out for shingles that are curling or buckling are a sign of weathering and may need to be replaced to maintain the integrity of your roof. Lastly, check your roof for moss or algae growth. Moss or algae growth indicates excess moisture and may lead to shingle deterioration. Clean your roof regularly to prevent this buildup.

If you spot anything amiss, don't wait—get it fixed up right away to prevent water damage down the line.

Next up, let's talk gutters. These unsung heroes work tirelessly to whisk rainwater away from your home's foundation, but they can't do their job if they're clogged with leaves and debris.

Preparing your gutters for the rainy season is a vital task that often gets overlooked until it's too late. But fear not! With a little know-how and some elbow grease, you can ensure your gutters are ready to handle whatever Mother Nature throws their way. So, grab a pair of gloves and a sturdy ladder, and get to work clearing out those gutters. Trust me, your home will thank you.

Let's break it down step by step:

  1. Clear Away Significant Debris

First things first, it's time to roll up your sleeves and clear out any major debris clogging up your gutters. Fallen leaves, twigs, and other debris can accumulate over time, causing blockages and preventing water from flowing freely. To tackle this task safely, secure a bucket to your ladder and manually remove the debris. Alternatively, lay down a tarp below to catch the debris as you work your way along the gutter.

  1. Hose Down Your Gutters

Once you've cleared away the significant debris, it's time to give your gutters a good rinse with a garden hose. This will help flush out any remaining smaller items of debris and ensure that water can flow smoothly through the system. Keep an eye on the stream of water as you hose down your gutters—any leaks or blockages will become apparent during this process.

  1. Address Any Leaks or Clogs

If you notice that water isn't flowing freely through the downspout, it's a sign that there may be a clog or blockage that needs to be addressed. Try using a plumber's snake to dislodge any stubborn debris, or remove the downspout from the underground pipe to access and clear the blockage more easily.

  1. Make Sure There's No Standing Water

After hosing down your gutters, take a moment to check for any areas where water may be pooling or moving slowly. This could indicate that your gutters aren't sloped properly towards the downspout, which can lead to water damage if left unchecked. Adjust the positioning of hangers or spikes to create a more substantial slope and encourage proper water drainage.

  1. Secure Hangers or Spikes

Over time, the hangers or spikes that secure your gutters to the roof can become loose, compromising the stability of the system. Inspect these components and tighten or replace them as needed to ensure a snug fit against the wall of your home. Loose hangers or spikes can allow water to run down the side of your house, potentially causing water damage to your walls and foundation.

  1. Examine Seams and End Caps

Finally, inspect the seams and end caps of your gutters for signs of wear and tear or deterioration. Leaks or holes in these areas can lead to water damage and should be addressed promptly. Strip away any old sealant and apply a new layer to repair minor leaks, or consider replacing damaged sections of gutter for more extensive repairs.

By following these steps and performing regular maintenance on your gutters, you can help prevent water damage to your home and ensure that your gutters remain in top condition year-round.

If working properly, gutters will effectively move direct runoff away from your home. However, if your gutters become damaged or clogged, this can lead to severe issues, such as structural damage.

By keeping an eye out for these warning signs and addressing them promptly, you can help extend the life of your roof and prevent water damage to your home. If you notice any issues, it's best to consult with a professional roofer for further inspection and repairs.

If you ever find yourself facing a water damage emergency, don't hesitate to reach out to SERVPRO (branch) for professional assistance. With our emergency flood services and water restoration expertise, they'll have your home back to its preloss condition in no time.

Additional Areas to Inspect for Potential Water Damage

Other than your roof and gutters, here are a few other locations you should give a quick check on.

Attic: Check your attic for signs of leaks or water stains on the ceiling. Even small stains can indicate a larger issue with your roof.

Roof Deck: A sagging roof deck could be a sign of structural damage or excessive weight on your roof. This should be addressed immediately to prevent further damage.

Flashing: Flashing is the metal material around your chimney that’s meant to prevent leaks. Flashing around chimneys, vents, and skylights can become damaged over time, allowing water to seep into your home. Make sure the flashing is intact and properly sealed.

Vents: Check the sealant around vents, chimneys, and other roof penetrations for cracks or damage. Replace any worn sealant to prevent water infiltration.

Sealing Up Those Leaks

Now, let's turn our attention to windows and doors. These are the gatekeepers of your home, but if they've got gaps or cracks, water can sneak right on in. Take a stroll around your place and inspect for any drafts or leaks. Pay close attention to the areas around windows and doors, as well as any spots where pipes or cables enter your home. If you find any leaks, grab some weatherstripping or caulking and seal 'em up tight.

Giving Your Basement and Foundation Some Love

Ah, the basement—the unsung hero of every home. Whether it's a cozy hangout spot or just a place to store extra belongings, your basement deserves some love too. But it's also one of the most vulnerable areas when it comes to water damage.

Basements are notorious for flooding during heavy rains. Take the time to inspect yours for any signs of water damage, such as dampness, mold, or water stains. Addressing these issues early can prevent costly repairs down the road.

So, before the rainy season hits, take a peek down there for any signs of moisture or mold. Look for water stains on the walls or floor, as well as any funky smells that might indicate a problem. And while you're at it, give your foundation a once-over too. Cracks or damage could mean trouble when the rain starts pouring down.

Why Check Your Basement for Water Damage:

Foundation Integrity: Your basement is the foundation of your home, and water damage can compromise its structural integrity. Checking for signs of water intrusion can help you catch issues early and prevent costly foundation repairs.

Health Concerns: Moisture in your basement can lead to mold and mildew growth, which can pose serious health risks to you and your family. Regular inspections can help you identify and address moisture problems before they become a health hazard.

Property Damage: Water damage in the basement can ruin belongings stored in this space, such as furniture, electronics, and personal items. By detecting water damage early, you can protect your valuables and prevent unnecessary loss.

Preventing Flooding: Basement flooding can result from heavy rainfall, plumbing leaks, or sewer backups. Regular inspections and preventive maintenance can help mitigate the risk of flooding and minimize water damage to your home.

How to Prevent Water Damage in Your Basement:

Ensure Proper Drainage: Make sure your gutters and downspouts are clear of debris and directing water away from your home's foundation. Consider installing extensions on your downspouts to carry water further from the house.

Seal Cracks and Gaps: Inspect your basement walls and floors for cracks and gaps where water could seep in. Seal any openings with waterproof sealant to prevent water intrusion.

Install a Sump Pump: A sump pump can help remove water from your basement in the event of flooding or excessive moisture. Make sure your sump pump is in good working condition and consider installing a backup battery or generator to ensure it functions during power outages.

Improve Ventilation: Proper ventilation can help reduce moisture levels in your basement and prevent mold growth. Install exhaust fans or dehumidifiers to keep humidity levels in check.

Grade Your Yard: Ensure that the ground around your home slopes away from the foundation to prevent water from pooling near the basement walls. Consider regrading your yard if necessary to improve drainage.

Inspect Plumbing Regularly: Check for leaks or signs of moisture around pipes, fixtures, and appliances in your basement. Repair any leaks promptly to prevent water damage.

Consider Waterproofing: If your basement is prone to water intrusion, consider investing in professional waterproofing measures, such as exterior drainage systems or interior sealants.

By being proactive about checking your basement for water damage and implementing preventive measures, you can protect your home from the devastating effects of water intrusion. If you discover any signs of water damage or are unsure about the condition of your basement, consider consulting with a professional water damage restoration company like SERVPRO for further assessment and assistance. Trust us, giving your home an extra layer of protection against water damage, and trust me, it's worth it in the long run.

The Importance of Maintenance

At the end of the day, the key to weatherproofing your home against water damage is maintenance. By staying proactive and addressing any issues before they become major problems, you can protect your home and your wallet from costly repairs down the line. So, take a stroll around your place every now and then, check up on your roof, gutters, windows, and doors, and give your basement and foundation some love too. Your home will thank you for it when the rainy season hits.

Getting Backup from the Pros

Even with all your best efforts, sometimes Mother Nature throws a curveball, and you end up with water where it shouldn't be. In such cases, it's essential to act quickly to minimize the damage. That's where SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews comes in clutch. We’re professionals in water damage restoration, serving Woodcrest, Riverside, and beyond.

When you're facing a water damage emergency, we’re the ones you want on speed dial. With our rapid response team, 24/7/365 emergency flood services, and top-notch equipment, we’ll swoop in and get things sorted in no time.

Whether you're dealing with a burst pipe, a flooded basement, or storm damage, SERVPRO has the skills and experience to handle it all. Don't let water damage ruin your day—call SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews, and we'll have handle the water restoration process with ease.

So, if you find yourself knee-deep in water, don't panic—just give us a call at (951) 398-3240.

Wrapping It Up

Well, friends, that's a wrap on our chat about weatherproofing your home against water damage. From inspecting your roof and gutters to sealing up those pesky leaks, there's plenty you can do to keep your home safe and dry all year round. And if you ever find yourself in need of a little extra help, don't hesitate to call in the pros at SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews. We’ll have your back, rain or shine. So, here's to a cozy, dry home for years to come!

Faster to your Riverside Water Damage

1/2/2024 (Permalink)

Flooding and water emergencies don’t wait for regular business hours and neither do we. SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews provides emergency cleaning and restoration services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week—including all holidays.

Faster To Any Size Disaster

Flooding and water damage is very invasive. Water quickly spreads throughout your home and gets absorbed into floors, walls, furniture, and more.  SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews arrives quickly and starts the water extraction process almost immediately. This immediate response helps to minimize the damage and the cleaning and restoration costs.

Need Emergency Service? Call Us 24/7 – 951-398-3240

Water Damage Timeline

Within Minutes

  • Water quickly spreads throughout your property, saturating everything in its path.
  • Water is absorbed into walls, floors, upholstery, and belongings.
  • Furniture finishes may bleed, causing permanent staining on carpets.
  • Photographs, books, and other paper goods start to swell and warp.

Hours 1 - 24:

  • Drywall begins to swell and break down.
  • Metal surfaces begin to tarnish.
  • Furniture begins to swell and crack.
  • Dyes and inks from cloth and paper goods spread and stain.
  • A musty odor appears.

48 Hours to 1 Week:

  • Mold and mildew may grow and spread.
  • Doors, windows, and studs swell and warp.
  • Metal begins to rust and corrode.
  • Furniture warps and shows signs of mold.
  • Paint begins to blister.
  • Wood flooring swells and warps.
  • Serious biohazard contamination is possible.

More Than 1 Week:

  • Restoration time and cost increase dramatically; replacing contaminated materials and structural rebuilding may be extensive.
  • Structural safety, mold growth, and biohazard contaminants pose serious risks to occupants.

About SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews

SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage event. Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO’s corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property.

SERVPRO's Infectious Disease Precautions

1/2/2024 (Permalink)

It is important to us that our customers know the steps SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews is taking to reduce the risk of team member exposure to the virus.  These precautionary steps we have taken as a company include:

  • All tools and equipment coming into your property have been cleaned and disinfected.
  • All workers wear personal protective equipment to protect themselves while performing work.
  • We’ve all been provided with training to safely work in contaminated environments.
  • We’ve all been provided with training to identify coronavirus symptoms and carefully monitor ourselves and our co-workers.
  • We have stringent safety and health policies and procedures; and we continually strive to follow and improve our safe work practices.

Overall, we are taking the appropriate measures to ensure we don’t cross contaminate our customers, our co-workers, or our families.  We cannot make any guarantees that the virus could not enter your property, but we can tell you that we have taken every possible measure to protect customers and team members alike.

Whether it is a water loss, fire damage, or a cleaning request, please know that SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews is still here for the entire Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews community 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 951-398-3240

Certified: SERVPRO® Cleaned – a defensive cleaning program

1/2/2024 (Permalink)

Let us help you get back to business

As our communities re-open, we’re all moving back toward a new kind of normal. The expectations of visitors, customers, and employees who come into our establishments have evolved, and staying safe and well is a top concern. The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, and we’ve developed a program to help your business meet the new higher standard of clean that is now expected.

Certified: SERVPRO® Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program we’re offering to businesses and commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning program goes well beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. By choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you, your employees, your customers, and your community can rest assured that you’ve selected a higher cleaning standard – you are Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.

Extensive training and specialized products

As the #1 choice in cleanup and restoration*, we stand on more than 50 years of experience and expertise to help your business become Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.  Beyond fire & water, SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills – always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities. 

From formulating and creating our proprietary cleaning products, like SERVPROXIDE, at our headquarters in Gallatin, TN, to taking the utmost care while disinfecting, we will ensure you and your business are set up to inspire consumer confidence as the economy continues to reopen.

3 C’s – Consult, Clean, and Certify

When the stakes are this high, you want a partner who has developed an industry leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions, and remediation processes over decades. We’ve cleaned up some of the most challenging biohazards imaginable. Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned reflects our unique experiences and capabilities. The program is grounded with our unique 3 C’s: Consult, Clean, and Certify.

  • Consult – Every business is different, which is why you’ll be assigned a Cleaning Protocol Consultant who understands your business and will create a cleaning program to meet your specific needs. This program will be developed based on your business type, size of space, amount of high frequency touchpoints, foot traffic and congestion points.
  • Clean – Based on your specific business needs, your location will undergo a thorough, deep clean, using exclusive cleaning products, according to protocols set forth by the CDC. Our employees have years of experience, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform. Cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of hazardous materials.  In the event of a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 event, we will be there cleaning within 24 hours to ensure you get back to business as quickly as possible. 
  • Certify - Once your business location has been Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you will gain access to proprietary signage, digital emblems, and other collateral that communicates that you’ve selected a higher standard of clean available to help protect your employees and customers. And because we add the day, month, and year to that proprietary stamp of clean, your guests will know that not only did you choose Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, but that your location is being cleaned regularly at this standard.

Call today for a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation

We’re Here to Help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – until life is back to normal in the communities we all call home.

Call SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews today at  951-398-3240 for your Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation.

An Evergreen Debate: Real or Fake Christmas Tree

11/27/2023 (Permalink)

As we’re still feeling the effects of the Thanksgiving food coma, we begin to shift our attention to one of the next major holidays of the year, Christmas!

With Christmas underway, we look towards one of its most debatable topics.

Are we using a real or fake Christmas tree this year?

While both options have their merits, one critical consideration is often overlooked: fire safety.

It's essential to make an informed choice. We’ll explore the differences between the two regarding fire safety.

Real Christmas Tree Fire Safety Concerns

When purchasing a real tree, choose a freshly cut one. To check the freshness of the tree, perform a pull test. First, gently pull on a shoot (any above-ground portion of a tree directly bearing leaves) with your thumb and fingers; if the tree is fresh, you should not have any needles come off in your hand.

If you are not displaying your tree right away, keep it in a cool area to prevent as much drying as possible since brittle and dry trees ignite more easily.

You must water your Christmas tree and check its water level daily to keep it from drying out. Make sure your tree is inside a sturdy stand.

If not done, and a fire was to occur on your tree, a dried-out tree will burn entirely within seconds versus a well-hydrated tree that will still have a fire, but there will be more time to react.

Remember to keep your real tree safely away from heat sources, such as fireplaces, radiators, and heating vents. Doing so will help prevent the tree from drying out and becoming a fire hazard.

When decorating your tree, use UL-listed lights. Ensure to check them for damage or exposed wires. Turn off the lights when you're not at home or before going to bed.

Finally, when the holiday is over, discard your tree promptly. Just because the holiday is over does not mean the tree is no longer a fire hazard.

Fake Christmas Tree Fire Safety Concerns

Fake Christmas trees, typically made from materials such as PVC, metal, or polyethylene, are generally considered safer in terms of fire risk. These materials are less flammable and do not dry out over time, reducing the potential for ignition.

Just know that as time goes by, certain materials may need replacing as they get worn out.

While fake Christmas trees are inherently safer in terms of fire risk, it's essential to ensure you maintain proper fire safety measures when decorating and lighting them.

Here are a few tips to keep in mind when decorating your tree.

Use UL-Listed Lights: When decorating your fake tree, use lights that are UL-listed for safety. Check lights for damage, exposed wires, or fraying.

Safe Electrical Connections: Ensure all electrical connections are secure and avoid overloading circuits. Unplug the lights when you leave home or go to bed.

No Open Flames: Avoid using real candles on or near your fake tree to prevent the risk of ignition.

Proper Placement: Keep your fake tree away from heat sources, just as you would with a real tree. Doing so prevents any potential heat damage to the materials and ensures safety.

When choosing between a real or fake Christmas tree, it's important to weigh the fire safety considerations along with other factors.

Whichever you choose, celebrating safely and responsibly should be the top priority during this festive time of year.

Ensure that your decorations, lights, and electrical connections are in good condition, and follow safety guidelines to keep your home and loved ones protected.

Have a wonderful holiday!

P.S – If your home suffers fire damages over the holiday, know that SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews has 24/7/365 emergency fire restoration services for the aftermath. Our team is always ready and nearby to help! Keep our number on file at 951-398-3240

SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews on-site at Upland Plane Crash

11/15/2023 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews on-site at Upland Plane Crash Live KTLA news footage of neighboring house that the plane crashed into. SERVPRO out front ready to help!

Deadly Plane Crash into Upland home.

SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews was first team onsite to this devastating plane crash to clean up debris, board up and secure the affected properties and restoration on-site at a Deadly Upland Plane Crash in Inland Empire, California. Our hearts, thoughts and prayers go out to all the families affected. Whether it's a plane or car crash, SERVPRO is trained at bio hazard cleanup.

If you home or business is affected by a disaster, callSERVPRO ofWoodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews;we are faster to any size disaster! We are "Here to Help" and make it "Like it never even happened."

Call us today 24 hours a day 7 days a week 365 days a year at 951-398-3240

How to Prepare Your Home For A Storm

11/14/2023 (Permalink)

There are many areas of the United States that have experienced heavy winds and storms this season and the strong powerful winds can cause significant damage to a home.  Wind damage and water damage are the most common results of a heavy storm and it is important to contact a storm damage restoration professional as soon as the storm is over to help limit and repair the damage.  Wind damage can happen to your home directly from the strong wind or indirectly from the wind blowing debris into your house.  These wind damage facts will help you better understand the potential for wind damage and how to prevent it.

Wind Type Varies by Storm and Causes Different Degrees of Wind Damage

Thunderstorms are the most common source of wind and storm damage but winds from hurricanes or tornadoes are stronger and can cause more severe damage.  It is important to know when a storm is approaching your area and what type of storm it is, so you know the potential and level of damage to expect.  Thunderstorms are responsible for over half of all wind damage cases in the U.S., but the storm damage repair may be more costly for hurricane or tornado wind damage.

Characteristics of the Wind Affect the Wind Damage

The wind has many characteristics that differ depending on the situation.  Some characteristics to take into account include speed, direction, and duration of the gusts and recognizing them can help you protect your home and property effectively from wind damage.  Recognizing the characteristics of the wind can also help you determine how much potential damage to expect.

Preventing Wind and Storm Damage

Most wind damage is caused by flying debris either from plants or other structures and objects that are not secured.  If a storm is approaching your area, make sure any potential debris around your home such as patio furniture, toys, garbage cans, and other objects are either secured or brought inside.  Your doors and windows should also be secured to help minimize the potential storm damage to the home.

Call SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Mathews Today! (951) 398-3240

How to Prepare Your Home For A Storm

11/13/2023 (Permalink)

Quick guide to preparing for a storm

  • Ensure your drains and gutters are clear of debris to prevent blockages.
  • If safe to do so, check your pipes and water tanks are insulated to prevent freezing and that the release point of overflow pipes is not obstructed. Ideally, you'll have a regular maintenance program in place.
  • Cut back trees and branches to minimize the risk of falling branches.
  • Secure loose fences.
  • Check that roof tiles and aerials are secure if you can do this safely. It may be worth seeking professional advice.
  • Make sure garden furniture and ladders are secured in case of high winds or locked away in the shed or even inside your house.
  • When you know a bad storm is on its way with warnings about gale-force winds and floods, make sure children, pets and your family and neighbors are safe. Make sure you're indoors when it hits and don’t try and repair damage during a storm.

Always be cautious when undertaking any task that you're not fully familiar with as you could injure yourself or those around you, seek professional help where required.

So, this winter, make sure you're storm ready. Secure loose objects such as ladders and garden furniture. Close and secure all windows and doors. Check on loved ones before a storm strikes, but once it arrives, stay indoors. Do not try to drive or move around outside near trees or buildings that could collapse.

SERVPRO of Woodcrest / El Cerrito / Lake Matthews offers inspections to make sure your home or business is storm ready. Call us at (951) 398-3240 for more information.

17th Annual Christmas Tree Lane at the Promenade Temecula

11/13/2023 (Permalink)

Information regarding location, time, pricing, and contact information for the Christmas Tree Lane event Flyer for the 17th Annual Christmas Tree Lane at the Promenade Temecula

It’s the 17th Annual Christmas Tree Lane at the Promenade Temecula hosted by Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley! Stop by to see the beautiful, amazing 20 custom-designed Christmas trees, each with its own theme. Each tree will be raffled off at a drawing ceremony taking place on December 17th, 2023 at 7 PM at the Promenade Temecula. The proceeds will go to helping families, veterans, and seniors that Habitat for Humanity serves.

The event’s theme is Candyland and the event is going to be sweet! With the display now open to view, come take a look at all the trees! Our SERVPRO® tree’s theme this year is the Grinch. We sponsored this tree as our way of giving back to the community. As we know, helping out the community whenever possible will always leave a positive impact on one’s life.

Raffle tickets are $1 each, $20 for 25 tickets, or $50 for 60 tickets. Those who buy 60 tickets for $50 will receive a $20 off coupon for Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley’s ReStore Design Center.

You can purchase the tickets in person at the Promenade Temecula located at 40820 Winchester Road, Temecula, CA, United States, 92591.

We look forward to embracing the spirit of giving back and helping the community! We hope to see you there at the drawing.

Visit Habitat for Humanity’s website to learn more about what they do and how you can become a volunteer and see what you can do for your community.

Is your business a part of our “Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned“ program?

11/12/2023 (Permalink)

Is your business a part of our “Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned“ program? SERVPRO of Woodcrest / Lake Mathews / El Cerrito offers a cleaning and disinfecting program to commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This is a level of clean that goes way beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. When businesses choose SERVPRO, employees, customers, and the community can rest assured that they’ve selected a “higher standard of clean” — Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned

For a quote call us at 951-398-3240 

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program that goes beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning, it’s a higher standard of clean. This is proactive viral pathogen cleaning that helps ensure the cleanliness of the restaurants, businesses and public spaces in the communities we all call home. Our SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills - always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities.