With over 1,800 franchises in the U.S. and Canada, SERVPRO® truly does stretch from sea to shining sea. Out of those franchises, over 400 are large loss response teams – these teams are able to handle $100,000 or more in damage, so you can rest assured that your building is in good hands. Our Large Loss Response teams have extra equipment, staff members, and training that allow them to mobilize all over the United States whenever disaster strikes. These team work together during hurricanes, tornadoes, polar vortexes, floods, and much more to ensure that everything looks “Like it never even happened.”
Additionally, there are more than 10 Extreme Response Teams within SERVPRO® who are ready to head out at a moment’s notice. These teams are often made up of multiple Large Loss Response Teams, and they are the highest tier of disaster response at SERVPRO®. These elite teams can handle losses of $500,000 or more and are strategically placed around America so that they can act quickly when they are called into action.
With so many SERVPRO® franchises, Large Loss Response Teams, and Extreme Response Teams around America, it is easy to see why we are a leader in the restoration industry. No matter where you are in the U.S., we will be there in a flash to help get your life back to normal. Simply give our office a call at 817-595-0004, and a team will be dispatched to your location! For more information on the services we offer, email info@SERVPRO10457.com.
Many Different Services
SERVPRO® of Hurst Euless-Bedford offers a wide range of services to cover all of your needs when it comes to restoration. Check out the list below to see some of the problems we can take care of!
- Water Damage: When it comes to water damage, a quick response it critical to preventing further damage. Our experts use state-of-the-art equipment to ensure that your property has been completely dried to IICRC standards.
- Fire Damage: After a fire occurs in your home or office, you will have to deal with smoke and soot damage as well as water damage. Our technicians can handle even the largest fire loss so that you can have peace of mind during this stressful time.
- Mold Remediation: Nobody wants mold inside their house, and for those with allergies, microbial growth can cause serious problems if it is left unchecked. Our team of professionals is specially trained and certified to get rid of mold and make sure it doesn’t come back.
- Biohazard Clean Up: Biohazardous substances such as blood or bile can be extremely dangerous and should always be disposed of properly. We can safely treat any affected areas and dispose of contaminated materials according to OSHA, EPA, and state and local standards.
- Deodorization: From sewage, to mold, to pet stains, nobody likes living or working in a stinky area. We can locate the source of the odor and eliminate it rather than just cover it up.
- Contents Claim & Document Drying: We offer pack out and storage services to keep your belongings safe until reconstruction has been completed. We are also able to restore paper documents through the deposition process.
- Catastrophic Events: Our elite Large Loss Division can handle any size jobs. These teams are strategically located around the U.S. so that we can be on site as quickly as possible after a hurricane, tornado, or other catastrophic event.
No Job Is Too Large!
From small leaks to massive flooding, our team can handle any size job! SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford is a certified Large Loss Response Team which means that we can tackle even the largest jobs. In addition to typical jobs such as burst pipes or overflowing toilets, we are also able to help with storm response. Our team went to Houston in 2017 to help with clean up after Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast. We have plenty of equipment – including cars, trucks, generators, and more – to help us get the job done as quickly as possible without sacrificing quality. In addition to water damage, we can also take on fire damage, mold remediation, biohazard clean up, or practically any type of cleaning you can think of! Our certified technicians are ready to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
If your home or office suffers from a large loss, call us today at 817-595-0004 so we can make it “Like it never even happened.”
We pride ourselves on providing quality service, but don’t take our word for it – just look at our reviews! We are the highest rates SERVPRO® franchise in the DFW area, and for good reason! Our customers are thrilled with our speedy response times, helpful staff, and excellent results. Happy customers repeatedly mention our professionalism and timeliness. From burst pipes to floods, we have handled it all with ease. SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford, has 39 reviews. That is a lot of happy customers.
When disaster strikes you need to be sure that you have the best restoration company on-site right away. If you need a restoration company, call us today at 817-595-0004 and you can see what all the talk is about.
IICRC Certified Firm!
IICRC stands for Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration certification, and this company is the most trusted independent name in the restoration industry. They have developed industry-accepted terminology, training, and standards in order to make the restoration industry function as it should. SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford is an IICRC certified firm which means that we have received special training and taken exams that prove that we are some of the industry’s most dedicated and skilled professionals.
We follow the IICRC Code of Ethics, and we always make sure that every job meets their standards when it has been completed. When you are trying to protect your home or office building from further damage, it is critical to make sure every step is done the right way. Call us today at 817-595-0004 so that you can be sure the job has been done correctly.
We've Got A Top Notch Crew!
SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford has a top-notch crew! Our staff is at the heart of everything we do, and we couldn’t be prouder them as they work to help others in their time of need. Dakota, Jessica, and Phillip are 3 of the finest, so we wanted to take a moment to highlight what makes them so great.
Dakota Kirkpatrick, one of our production managers, has been with us for years, and is one of the hardest working guys we know. He always makes sure to take care of our customers, and even located someone’s missing wedding ring once! When he isn’t at work, Dakota loves to see concerts, play disc golf with his friends, or hang out with his family.
Jessica Cleveland is our office manager, so she helps make sure that we are organized and ready to go every single day. She has 16 years of experience in the restoration industry and is IICRC WRT, and T&M certified. She always keeps the staff smiling with her wonderful sense of humor. In her spare time, Jessica loves to watch movies and spend time with her adorable son.
Phillip Pelley is our Sales Manager and never shies away from any difficult tasks! A graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University, Phillip is always ready to lend a hand whenever anyone needs help. You can often find him on the road as he works to help people and businesses get the best SERVPRO® experience possible. In his spare time, Phillip loves to catch a University of Texas football game or go golfing.
The Difference Between a Tornado Watch and a Tornado Warning
North Texas lies in the southern part of an area known as Tornado Alley. Here, the conditions are just right to spawn huge storms and funnel clouds, so those of us who live here are no stranger to big storms and high winds. You may turn on the TV during a particularly bad storm and hear that there is a tornado warning or a tornado watch, but what is the difference between the two?
A tornado watch means that the conditions are right to form a twister in your area. If you are in a place that is under a tornado watch be prepared to quickly move to cover, and keep an eye on the emergency broadcasts in your area. Watches will typically occur over a broader area than warnings; they may even span multiple counties during particularly large storms.
A tornado warning means that a funnel has been spotted! It may have been picked up on a weather radar, or someone may have seen it themselves. Either way, you should immediately seek cover! Move away from windows, and get to low ground (The first floor of your house, or a basement if available). If you live in a mobile home, or if you are outdoors when the watch comes in, find a sturdy building and get inside. If you are unable to do that, find low ground and lie face down, protecting your head with your hands.
Tornadoes are disastrous, and they leave a mess in their wake. If your property suffers from storm damage, call SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford to make it “Like it never even happened.” 817.595.0004.
How to Protect Your Property from Stormwater
Stormwater runoff is rain that has not been soaked into the ground, so it flows over the ground until it finds somewhere to go. Ideally, the water would find a stream or river to flow into, but this is not always the case. Sometimes the water will flow straight into your house. Water damage is never fun, and trying to get rid of water as well as clean up the rest of the mess a storm has left behind can be a real hassle. The best way to handle stormwater runoff is to make sure it doesn’t happen to begin with. If you are up for a bit of landscaping, you can optimize your yard to keep stormwater away from your building.
- Swales: Simply put, a swale is just a type of trench meant to carry water and redirect it away from something important. If you decide to install swales in your yard, make sure they are redirecting somewhere that the water will not cause damage such as a stream or pond.
- Rain Gardens: These gardens are designed with plants that are able to take up excess water to keep it from flowing freely. They also help filter the water so that the water that does reach ponds and rivers tends to be cleaner than water that has just flowed over driveways and roads.
- Draining Driveways: Driveways are one of the largest contributors to stormwater runoff. Installing drainage areas on the sides of the pavement or using gravel can help minimize the amount of water that becomes runoff.
Sometimes there is so much runoff that no matter what you do, your house may suffer from some water damage. If that is the case, call us at 817.595.0004 to see how we can help return your home to normal!
The 2018 Hurricane Season
Hurricane season in the Atlantic brings whipping winds, driving rains, floods, and power outages; in fact, NASA has named them the most violent storms on earth. “Hurricane Season” is the time of year when conditions become perfect for these swirling storms to form more easily. This season usually lasts from early June to around November. Shifts in pressure and temperature lead some pretty big storms to form, but though some of them may disappear before reaching land, some storms grow to be massive and wreak havoc along the east coast of the US. These tropical monsters are rated in categories from 1-5 with 5 being the biggest, baddest storms. Hurricane Irma in 2017 was a category 5 storm.
These storms are scary to think about, and 2018 has already seen a few storms this summer, but you don’t need to worry too much. The national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a statement saying that the 2018 hurricane season is expected to have below normal activity. They are estimating between 9 and 13 named storms with 4 to 7 of those storms becoming hurricanes, and only 2 of the hurricanes to be classified as major storms. A below average season would be a welcome respite from the 2017 season which handed us Hurricanes Harvey and Irma who both did major damage to the United States and left hundreds of communities in shambles.
Even with a more positive outlook for this year’s hurricane season, it never hurts to be prepared! If you live in a coastal area, or an area with a history of big storms, keep an eye on the local news to make sure that there are no storms forming that could affect you. Be able to determine whether it is safe for you to hunker down, and have enough supplies to do so. Sometimes, you will need to evacuate, so plan your evacuation route ahead of time - just in case.
SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford is ready for any type of disaster. If you have storm damage, call us at 817.595.0004.
6 Weeks Worth of Mold Damage
Mold covered the walls of this apartment.
This apartment was left unattended for 6 weeks when the resident went out of town. While they were gone, a leak occurred in the walls of the building, and they returned to this huge mess! Different types of mold were spreading across the walls and onto the ceiling in multiple rooms, and the various molds were competing to cover the most space. You can see the different colors and layers of mold growing on the walls in the photo. When molds compete like this, it can lead to dangerous toxins being released into the air.
Mold can spread extremely quickly when the conditions are right, and situations like this can easily get out of hand if the growth is left untreated. Stories like this are all too common - someone goes on vacation and disaster strikes while they are gone. If you are going to be away for an extended period of time, have someone check up on your home to make sure everything is still working like it should be.
If you suspect you have a mold problem, call SERVPRO® of Hurst-Euless-Bedford immediately at 817.595.0004 before you end up with mold growth like this!