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EPA's suggestions for choosing your Duct Cleaning service provider- Acushnet, MA 02743
Information provided by the EPA.gov website
Do not hire duct cleaners who make sweeping claims about the health benefits of duct cleaning — such claims are unsubstantiated. Do not hire duct cleaners who recommend duct cleaning as a routine part of your heating and cooling system maintenance. You should also be wary of duct cleaners who claim to be certified by EPA. Note: EPA neither establishes duct cleaning standards nor certifies, endorses, or approves duct cleaning companies.
Check references to be sure other customers were satisfied and did not experience any problems with their heating and cooling system after cleaning.
Contact your county or city office of consumer affairs or local Better Business Bureau to determine if complaints have been lodged against any of the companies you are considering.
Interview potential service providers to ensure:
- they are experienced in duct cleaning and have worked on systems like yours;
- they will use procedures to protect you, your pets and your home from contamination; and
- they comply with NADCA's air duct cleaning standards and, if your ducts are constructed of fiber glass duct board or insulated internally with fiber glass duct liner, with the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association's (NAIMA)recommendations.
Ask the service provider whether they hold any relevant state licenses. As of 1996, the following states require air duct cleaners to hold special licenses: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Georgia, Michigan and Texas. Other states may require them as well.
If the service provider charges by the hour, request an estimate of the number of hours or days the job will take, and find out whether there will be interruptions in the work. Make sure the duct cleaner you choose will provide a written agreement outlining the total cost and scope of the job before work begins.
At SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro we are confident we will meet & exceed your expectations! Please contact us directly (508)946-2397 to schedule your duct cleaning!
Post-Construction Cleanup: Done Right the First Time! Middleboro, MA 02346
Tip: To be sure your building will be ready in time, inquire about post-construction cleanup early into the construction.
Aside from dusty sills and floors, newly constructed or renovated commercial buildings can cause a great deal or dust and debris to penetrate even the smallest crevices and corners of the building. Depending on the construction material used for walls, ceilings, flooring, etc. sawdust and other construction debris will eventually settle onto those surfaces. Most construction companies will do a quick cleaning of the area, sweeping, wiping window sills, but that is the extent of it as that is not what they specialize in or were hired to do. Building owners are left with a newly constructed business however often times need to hire a company to come in and prep the structure before moving in furniture and belongings.
SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro specializes in deep sanitation cleanup. Hospitals, hotels, restaurants and similar businesses who are required to uphold a level of cleanliness and sanitation have an added pressure to insure the company that they hire to perform the cleaning is going to be thorough the first time! Any red flags to health inspectors can cause endless visits and disruption in business.
At SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro was take pride it not only meeting but exceeding our customers’ expectations. Click here to learn more!
Call SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro today for your free estimate! (508)946-2397
Have no fear... SERVPRO is here!
No one plans to have emergency fire and water situations
No one plans to have emergency fire and water situations, and as such they can catch us off guard and disrupt our daily lives. Fire and water emergencies in our places of business are no different. It can be very difficult to conduct your day to day business operations when your office is floating in a foot of water.
Have no fear... SERVPRO is here!
Most recently we had a busy chiropractic office with a leak in the roof that caused a number of their exam rooms to be affected. We worked around their busy schedule to get the damages taken care of, so that they could get back to helping patients.
That’s what we’re all about here at SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro, getting you back to work and making your emergency situation like it never even happened.
Leaving the Country- Could be harder than you think!
There seems to be a number of people saying they'll be putting your home up for sale and that they're moving to Canada in response to results of the presidential race?
Unfortunately, there is something that can cause your run for the border to turn into more of a crawl. Going through the sales process is actually how many people find out they have mold in their homes. If your home inspection comes back with possible mold colonization, remember that we’re here to help.
We' hope you change your mind and stay where you are but either way, here are a few tips to keep in mind when dealing with a mold problem in your home.
What to Do:
- Stay out of the affected areas
- Turn of your HVAC system and fans
- Contact SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro for mold remediation services
What Not to Do:
- Do not touch or disturb the mold
- Do not blow air across any surfaces with visible or suspected mold growth
- Do not spray bleach or other disinfectants on the mold
SERVPRO Marion/Middleboro has the training, equipment and expertise to handle your mold growth problem. Please call us today at 508-946-2397 and we will not only help you with your mold issue but we'll try to help you see that staying put is the best course of action. Besides do you really want to start saying "Eh" after everything you say? I think not!
Building and Reconstruction Services
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When your home or business has been damaged by fire, water, or storm damage, the immediate concern should be temporary protective measures such as placing roof tarps to prevent additional damage, and boarding up to secure the building and remove water and debris.
After protecting and securing the structure, professionals at SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro can begin the restoration process. Your home or business may need reconstruction work to get your property back to its pre-loss condition.
The professionals at SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro can simplify the restoration process by handling both the initial damage mitigation and rebuilding the affected areas. Having one qualified company for the entire process can save time and keeps costs low.
SERVPRO of Marion/Middleboro can provide this continuity by supervising a full range of restoration services that will bring a building back to full functionality. Contact us at 508-946-2397 to see how we can help you today!
- Board Up
- Carpet Repair and Installation
- Document Drying
- Dry Cleaning
- Drywall Installation
- Drywall Removal
- Electronics Restoration
- Fine Art Restoration
- Furniture Restoration
- General Contracting
- HVAC Services
- Move Out
- Portable Power
- Roof Tarp
Mondays Motivation- "You don't build a business. You build people and then people build the business." Having high quality technichicans, top notch crew chiefs and managers as well as stellar office & marketing staff is what makes us so successful. Without their drive and focus on customer service we wouldn't be where we are today. If you don't believe us, feel free to click on our Testimonials tab to see what others are saying about us! We're here 24/7 at 508-999-2380.
With over 1,700 Franchises in the U.S. and Canada, SERVPRO is a trusted leader in the restoration industry and is dedicated to providing quality service. Our highly trained technicians respond quickly, whether you need water damage restoration or simply need your upholstery cleaned. You can depend on SERVPRO for all of your needs, whether it be water damage restoration, fire damage restoration, mold remediation, storm damage restoration, cleaning services, the list goes on…