Water damage doesn’t have to dampen the holiday spirits. SERVPRO of Mount Clemens, New Baltimore can buff them up.
Water damage can start small, as a leak, or as heavy rain on a damaged roof. If your home is damaged by water, our trained teams at SERVPRO® of Mount Clemens, New Baltimore are ready to help restore it to its preloss condition.
SERVPRO of Mount Clemens, New Baltimore: Emergency Service is Always Available
During a disaster, minutes can seem like hours. We won’t make you wait for regular business hours. Even on Christmas, or at 3:00 in the morning, or during a Michigan/Wisconsin game, we will answer the phone. More than that, we’ll come to your house, assess the damage, and start work.
You’ve seen our slogan: Faster to any size disaster. That’s not just a spray of words; that’s a promise. SERVPRO of Mount Clemens, New Baltimore will:
- Arrive as quickly as we can assemble the right team
- Never rush at the expense of quality – if we make an error, and then need to o do something twice, we haven’t saved anyone time or money
- Never treat any job as too small
- Never see any job as too large
Water, Water, Everywhere
What seems like a little bit of rain drumming on a roof looks like a lake of water when it drips inside. Similarly, the amount of water in a typical dishwasher appears to be enough to fill an Olympic-size swimming pool when a connection bursts open, spewing water into the kitchen and beyond.
Technicians at SERVPRO of Mount Clemens, New Baltimore will remediate the damage. We will also help restore the home and its belongings to preloss conditions.
- We have special equipment to remove tens of thousands of gallons of water
- Powerful dehumidifiers and dryers
- Equipment to remove, not mask, odors
- Certificates in
- structural drying
- upholstery cleaning & remediation
- wood & other furniture cleaning & remediation
- textile cleaning & remediation
- carpet cleaning
- microbial growth mitigation (including mold, bacterial, viruses)
- We are licensed builders in the State of Michigan
- Other services: just ask!
Holidays You Might Not Yet Know About
December 20th is National Sangria Day.
Sangria probably originated in Spain or Portugal, but Greece and England also claim credit. Traditional ingredients include red wine and chopped local fruits such as peaches, berries, and apples. Some recipes add brandy and/or sparkling water.
White sangria (sangria blanca) is a linguistic puzzle as “sangria” means “bloodletting”, but we’re quite forgiving when it comes to food. White sangria is based on dry white wines.
A nonalcoholic version, ponche de sangria (sangria punch) uses club soda or ginger ale instead of wine.
SERVPRO of Mount Clemens, New Baltimore
When disaster strikes, call the professionals.
We will remediate the water damage and help restore your home and its belongings.