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Pennsville Township joins the SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile

2/22/2018 (Permalink)

After working with Pennsville Township SERVPRO offered the Emergency Ready Profile to Township Committee. The Township Committee thought it was a great opportunity and agreed to join the ERP Program!

SERVPRO of Salem County will work with the Emergency Management Coordinator to walk through the building photographing water and gas shut off valves, take pictures of all important building material, created a detailed sketch of the building, as well as made all contingency plans already put in place all accessible in one place for the Township. 

In the event of an emergency time is money. Being able to stop a broken pipe due to knowning where the shut off valve is via the phone app can help mitigate any property damage. If a fire breaks out having all of your account numbers for each provider accessible to just click is much easier than trying to figure out passwords that were stored on your computer.

The team at SERVPRO of Salem County is helping Pennsville Township be "Ready for whatever happens."

If you are interested in becoming a Ready Business email SERVPRO of Salem County at ERP@SERVPROsalemcounty.com  

An hour of your time to put the final steps on your contingency plan is worth it when Fire or Water Damage happens. 

SERVPRO Recognizes National Preparedness Month with a Reminder to Home and Business Owners: “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.”

9/11/2017 (Permalink)

September is National Preparedness Month (http://www.ready.gov/September), an annual event sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to raise awareness about the importance of preparing—in advance—for the unexpected. In support of this initiative, Craig Nunan, owner of SERVPRO® of Salem County, encourages Salem property owners to take the following two steps now to protect their family, home, and business in the aftermath of a disaster.

  1. Review and update your emergency preparedness plan, including business and life continuity plans. If you don’t yet have a plan, use the tools provided by FEMA to get started. (https://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan)
  1. Collect and store time-critical information, like the location of shutoff valves, fire suppression system controls, and emergency contact numbers electronically, where it is immediately available to assist first responders.

“Evacuation plans and emergency supply kits help you survive a disaster, but a comprehensive emergency preparedness plan helps you recover from a disaster,” said Nunan. “The most effective response to any emergency is a fast response. That’s why having critical system and contact information at your fingertips is so important. A quick and effective response helps minimize repairs and downtime, helping both businesses and families get back on track in less time, with less stress.”

SERVPRO offers tools for both commercial and residential property owners to help them minimize damage and recover quickly from emergencies. The SERVPRO READY app stores essential contact and property information electronically where it can be accessed with a mobile device in seconds if disaster strikes. Both home and business owners can download the free app at https://ready.SERVPRO.com/home/mobileapp. Local business owners can take an additional preparedness step by designating SERVPRO of Salem County as their disaster mitigation and restoration provider. SERVPRO professionals will conduct a no-cost assessment of the facility and assist the owner in completing a comprehensive Emergency READY Profile® (ERP) and storing that profile in the READY app.

“Rapid response from a disaster cleanup and restoration specialist can help the property owner evaluate options, start the insurance process, and take the right steps from the beginning to bring their property back to normal,” said Nunan. “Even in the confusion and panic that often surround a disaster, a property owner or manager using the SERVPRO READY app can reach out for expert help right from the scene, using a cell phone.”

SERVPRO® of Salem County specializes in disaster restoration, cleanup and repair services, helping to remediate damage, making it “Like it never even happened,” for both commercial and residential customers. For more information on SERVPRO® of Salem County, please contact Craig Nunan at (856) 339-0500 or craig@SERVPROsalemcounty.com . For more information on SERVPRO® and the SERVPRO® Emergency READY Program, please visit www.ready.SERVPRO.com or email erp@SERVPROsalemcounty.com

About SERVPRO®

Founded in 1967, the SERVPRO® Franchise System is a leader and provider of fire and water cleanup and restoration services and mold mitigation and remediation. SERVPRO’s professional services network of more than 1,700 individually owned and operated Franchises responds to property damage emergencies ranging from small individual disasters to multi-million dollar large-loss events. Providing coverage in the United States and Canada, the SERVPRO® System has established relationships with major insurance companies and commercial clients, as well as individual homeowners.

SERVPRO seeking a Marketing Intern

5/16/2017 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Salem County is seeking a Marketing Intern for the Spring/Summer (2017). This position is a great opportunity for an individual who is currently enrolled in a degree program and are looking to gain experience in Sales and Marketing for a local premier restoration company of commercial and residential properties.

Responsibilities

  • Learning the SERVPRO Way
  • Managing a sales route per week visiting clients with and without a manager
  • Assist in retaining new customers to expand the SERVPRO reach

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate students studying business administration, communications, economics, or finance; Marketing classes are preferred
  • Experience with Excel, PowerPoint, Word
  • Ability to work either part time for the time frame for either course credit or general experience
  • Ideal candidate would be outgoing, creative, organized, a team player and have great communication skills
  • Must have reliable transportation to the office. 
  • Must have a clean driving record
  • Must have a drivers license 

Interested applicants should email Joe Lovell at Joe@SERVPROSalemCounty.com with resume. 

 

This is an unpaid internship. Commission is possible and will be discussed. This internship could turn into a permanent position. 

SERVPRO of Salem County to Hold CE Class

7/7/2014 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Salem County is happy to announce that we will be holding an Insurance CE Class on Tuesday, September 30th.

Topic and Time is to be announced.

For More information and to RSVP please contact Joe Lovell at Joe@SERVPROSalemCounty.com 

SERVPRO of Salem County is DryBook™ Certified

5/9/2014 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of The Salem County is proud to announce that it is a certified DryBook™ professional. 

What is DryBook™?  DryBook™ is a tool that takes a moisture reading base and calculates the appropriate drying treatment to be used.  DryBook™ provides clearer and more accurate information on the drying process.  This helps the Insurance Company process claims faster and it also helps to accurately and effectively automate the drying process.

What Else?  DryBook™ is a very effective tool for ensuring that your space has been dried effectively by measuring humidity and temperature readings.  DryBook™ has automated this process and it takes the guess work out of meeting your drying goal.

Why is this important? Depending on the cause of the water or moisture situation, the treatment to be used will vary.  DryBook™ is effective in applying the most proven and accurate method for your moisture or water damage situation.

Most importantly, DryBook™ helps companies in the disaster restoration industry comply with IICRC, the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration’s guidelines.  SERVPRO of Salem County is an IICRC Certified Firm.  When you require a disaster restoration professional for a water damage situation, be sure to ask them if they are DryBook™ certified.  It ensures an accurate and effective Disaster Recovery.