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The Level of Clean Your Customers Now Expect | SERVPRO® of Pueblo
If you’re business has sanitation and cleaning needs, reach out to the SERVPRO of Pueblo team.
Hope is on the horizon! After a year and a half of chaos, we’re now seeing positive signs of recovery. Areas that were previously COVID-19 hotspots are now experiencing major turnarounds.
As more and more customers return to in-person shopping and other activities, they will bring with them new expectations. We’re all now more aware of how fragile our health can be—and we will expect businesses to demonstrate that our wellness and safety are important.
How can you show your customers that you prioritize their health? Start with a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.
How Does Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned Work?
We created SERVPRO’s enhanced cleaning program for multiple reasons. One was to take the stress and pressure of advanced cleaning and sanitation off your plate.
There’s an added benefit of trusting our experts to clean your business. We stay “in the know” about what’s needed to keep things disinfected and sanitized. SERVPRO uses advanced biohazard techniques and technologies that go well beyond your traditional cleaning and janitorial services.
Let’s take a look at the three C’s of a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned:
Consult. Step one is for a SERVPRO specialist to visit with you and learn about the unique needs of your business. This includes factors related to the size of your business, the work you do and who spends time in the facility. Since SERVPRO of Pueblo is locally owned and operated, we know many of the particulars about area-specific needs and guidelines.
Clean. Once your unique needs have been established, our SERVPRO technicians show up on site with proprietary, hospital-grade cleaning solutions you won’t find anywhere else. These solutions meet (or exceed) the CDC standards, and help protect those working at and visiting your business from not only COVID-19 but also conditions such as the common cold and the flu.
Certify. Once our technicians have completed your cleaning, you can proudly display the Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned shield on your business window. This emblem shows customers that you have care about their well-being. You’ll also get digital emblems and other signifiers to place on your website and social media, letting customers know you maintain a high level of clean before they ever enter your doors.
If you’re ready to get serious about sanitation and have your business Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, get in touch today to get the best team in cleanup and restoration on your side.
Remove odors and keep your home fresh!
Ask yourself these questions:
1. Do you smoke in your home?
2. Do your kitchen, bathroom, and laundry room have adequate ventilation and exhaust fans?
3. Is you gas fireplace and/or gas stove checked yearly for emissions?
If the answers are yes to any of these questions - As experts in deodorization, SERVPRO Franchise Professionals are trained to identify and eliminate offensive odors. These odors can come from a number of sources both inside and outside a structure.
SERVPRO teaches IICRC technical classes in the proper removal of odors. Masking and other short cuts don't work when your odor problem is serious or persistent.
Your local SERVPRO Franchise Professional has the training and equipment to identify and eliminate these offensive odors. By identifying the cause of the odor and determining the conditions in which it contacts any surfaces, the odor can often be removed over time without a trace.
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The holiday season is a time to get together with family and friends. Whether you celebrate at home with a few loved ones or host a large holiday gathering, there are a few precautions to consider to help ensure your holiday stays happy and safe.
No matter your reason for celebrating this holiday season, your local SERVPRO of Pueblo want you to enjoy the season safely. This update focuses on the potential dangers of the holiday season.
The (CDC) Centers for Disease control and Prevention recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses. Flu vaccinations are recommended for everyone six months or older. It is especially important for people at high risk of flu complications like young children, pregnant women, people with chronic health conditions and anyone 65 years or older. If you have any questions about getting a flu vaccine, consult your health care provider.
Protect Your Property This Winter
Cold weather can have a huge impact on your home or business if you are not properly prepared. Whether it is heavy rain, freezing temperatures, damaging winds, sleet oir snow, all can casue serious property damage. While you can't control the weather, you can take steps to be prepared, and help take the sting out of winter weather.
To help prevent costly damages due to weather, consider taking the following precautions before winter weather hits.
Check your property for downed tree limbs and branches. Weather, such as wind, heavy rain, ice and snow, can cause branches to fall, which could cause damage to the property and potentially cause personal injuries.
Roofs, water pipes and gutters should all be inspected to ensure they are in proper order. Gutter downspouts should be directed away from your building. Clear gutters or debris that may have gathered during the fall. Leaves and other obstructions can lead to a damming effect, causing roof damage and interior water problems.
Inspect property, especially walkways and parking lots, for proper drainage to alleviate flood hazard potential.
Inspect all handrails, stairwells and entryways to address and correct potential slippery or hazardous areas. Install mats or non-slip surfaces and post caution signs where water could be present.
Protect your water pipes from freezing by simply allowing water to drip when temperatures dip below freezing. If pipes are under a cabinet, leave the cabinet doors open allowing warm air to circulate around the pipes. If your property has outdoor faucets, consider shutting the water off at the main valve in the basement or crawl space. Once the valve is off, open the outdoor faucet to ensure it drains, preventing any remaining water from freezing in the pipe.
Ask your SERVPRO OF PUEBLO franchise professionals about completing an Emergency READY Profile (ERP) for your home or business. The ERP is a no cost assessment to your facility, and provides you with a plan to get back in business fast following a disaster.