We do it right the first time!
SERVPRO of Peoria provides professional board up service to both commercial and residential properties.
The damaged property must be boarded up correctly to prevent secondary damage from weather, moisture, intrusions possibly making a bad situation even worse.
More often than not people see homes that have had a recent damage that makes them temporarily unlivable as a sign of opportunity to either loot the home or live in it illegally before it can be restored or repaired. This is why you need a professional company like SERVPRO of Peoria to go in and secure your most valuable asset in the event of a damage that forces you out for a while.
Eliminate the dangers and burden of doing a "self" board up by calling us today.
Content Cleaning Solutions
We'll get it right the 1st time!
At SERVPRO of Peoria we are able to care for your content cleaning needs should disaster strike. 95% of contents from fluff and fold laundry to large furniture and appliances are cleaned on site at our facility. Your content can be stored in our secure warehouse during the restoration process.
THE ESPORTA WASH SYSTEM;
- Restores up to 85% of the soft contents that have been traditionally non-restorable!
- Eliminates expensive dry cleaning costs and damage
- Is 20% - 35% of the cost of replacement
THE ELECTRONIC CLEANING & SPARYING CABINET & DRYING CHAMBER is for desktop computers, laptops, tablets, monitors, DVD players, televisions, etc.
OZONE TREATMENT ROOM produces and oxidizing agent that creates the same sweet smelling air associated with a rain storm for clothing, upholstered furniture, carpets, draperies, and toys damaged by smoke and soot or any unwanted odors.
ULTRASONIC CLEANERS are used to clean many different types of objects, including cutlery, glassware, flatware, jewelry, lenses and other optical parts, watches, tools, coins, instruments, industrial parts and many other items damaged by disaster.
12 Tips for Holiday Home Safety
12 Tips for Holiday Home Safety
As you're sprucing up your home this season, keep an eye out for these common holiday trip-ups, fire hazards, and other safety snafus.
1. Merry and Bright: Carefully inspect holiday light strings each year and discard any with frayed cords, cracked lamp holders, or loose connections. When replacing bulbs, unplug the light string and be sure to match voltage and wattage to the original bulb.
2. Lights Out: Always turn off holiday lights when you leave the house unattended or when going to bed.
3. Fresh Is Best: Try to purchase a freshly cut tree, as they are more resistant to ignition. Keep your Christmas tree watered and away from open candles.
4. Timing Is Everything: Use an outdoor timer certified by CSA International to switch lights on and off. Lights should be turned on after 7 p.m. to avoid the electricity rush hour.
5. Check for the Certification Mark: When purchasing light strings, extension cords, spotlights, electrical decorations, gas appliances, or carbon monoxide alarms, look for the certification mark of an accredited certification organization such as CSA International, UL, or ELT to ensure that the products comply with applicable standards for safety and performance.
6. One and Done: Never connect more than one extension cord together; instead use a single cord that is long enough to reach the outlet without stretching, but not so long that it can get easily tangled.
7. The Great Outdoors: When hanging outdoor lights, keep electrical connectors off the ground and away from metal rain gutters. Use insulated tape or plastic clips instead of metal nails or tacks to hold them in place.
8. Climbing Up: Using a ladder when you put up lights? Choose the correct ladder for the job and double check for a certification mark to ensure your portable ladder complies with applicable standards.
9. Keep the Gas Behind Glass: Do not use your gas fireplace if the glass panel is removed, cracked, or broken, and only allow a qualified service person to replace fireplace parts.
10. Sound the Alarm: Test your smoke alarms monthly to make sure they work, and be sure to install smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms on every level of your home -- especially near sleeping areas.
11. Filter-Friendly Furnace: To help prevent CO hazards in your home, have a qualified heating contractor perform a yearly maintenance check of your furnace and venting system, and clean or replace your furnace filter frequently during the heating seasons.
12. Clean the Clutter: Do not store combustible materials such as gasoline, propane, paper, chemicals, paint, rags, and cleaning products near your gas furnace. Gasoline or propane cylinders should be stored outside the home.
Source: CSA International
What To Do Until Help Arrives
Emergency Tip For Your Home
WATER DAMAGE FROM CONTAMINATED WATER
Avoid all contact with sewage and items contaminated by sewage.
Wash your hands thoroughly after contact with contaminated items.
Spread contaminated water by walking unnecessarily on damaged or wet areas.
Turn on the HVAC system if there is a possibility of spreading contaminated air.
Use household fans to dry the structure and spread contaminants.
Use products for personal hygiene and cleanliness if exposed to the contaminated areas.