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Residential Cleaning Services!

11/28/2023 (Permalink)

Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning

The SERVPRO carpet and upholstery cleaning service will not only get out the dirt you see, but will also remove the unwanted dust you don’t. Professionally cleaned carpet and furniture may make all the difference in brightening up a room and freshening up your home.

Air Duct Cleaning

We all have tasks around the house that don’t make it to the top of our priority list. Properly maintaining your home’s air ducts should not be one of them. Regular duct cleaning can increase your home’s heating and cooling efficiency and improve the quality of the air you and your family breathe.

Odor Removal

Your basic cleaning service is not going to have the expertise to effectively deodorize your home. Take advantage of SERVPRO’s residential cleaning services to remove unwanted odors.

Sewage and Biohazard Clean Up

SERVPRO experts are ready to assist in the clean up of sewage and other biohazard materials and provide deep cleaning services for your home.


All you need to know about Biohazard Cleaning!

11/28/2023 (Permalink)

If your property needs hazmat, trauma, or crime scene cleanup and restoration, SERVPRO is the name you can trust.  

Once the police investigation at your property is complete, our cleanup, repair, and restoration services begin with an assessment of the damage to determine the proper equipment and level of cleaning needed.  

We carefully determine the degree of biological and chemical contamination in order to comply with all government, environmental, and health regulations. Because trauma often involves potentially hazardous pollutants, we work diligently to provide comprehensive biohazard and crime scene cleanup services, helping to ensure everyone living or working at your property can do so in a restored space. You can trust SERVPRO to handle your biohazard cleanup, repair, and restoration needs with the utmost respect and professionalism.  


Frozen Pipes: Christmas and Winter Edition!

11/22/2023 (Permalink)

When water freezes, it expands and because it is confined within pipework (copper or plastic), this puts pressure on the pipes causing cracks, especially at weak points in the system. Then when the water defrosts, it can cause major leaks in properties.

  1. Be aware of this and look for the signs of frozen pipes – this can include a slowing or stopping of the flow to taps or other fittings in your property.
  2. Try not to let temperatures get too cold in your property – and, if you are away over cold periods, consider leaving your central heating on (even at a lower temperature
  3. Check out this Source for more tips:

How can you detect mold in your home?

11/22/2023 (Permalink)

You can usually see or smell a mold problem. Mold can appear as slightly fuzzy, discolored, or slimy patches that increase in size as they grow. Most molds produce musty odors that are the first indication of a problem. Mold can grow anywhere there is adequate moisture or a water problem.

Our SERVPRO professionals can help treat your home with mold! 


Be careful with candles: Christmas Edition!

11/14/2023 (Permalink)

The top three days for home fires started by candles are Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. To avoid a disaster, keep candles at least a foot away from anything flammable. Make sure candles are in stable holders that can’t be easily knocked down, and never leave burning candles unattended.


Decorate safely: Christmas Edition!

11/14/2023 (Permalink)

? Keep potentially poisonous plants – mistletoe, holly berries, Jerusalem cherry and amaryllis – away from children
? If using an artificial tree, check that it is labeled “fire resistant”
? If using a live tree, cut off about 2 inches of the trunk to expose fresh wood for better water absorption, remember to water it, and remove it from your home when it is dry
? Place your tree at least 3 feet away from fireplaces, radiators and other heat sources, making certain not to block doorways
? Avoid placing breakable ornaments or ones with small, detachable parts on lower tree branches where small children can reach them
? Only use indoor lights indoors and outdoor lights outdoors, and choose the right ladder for the task when hanging lights
? Replace light sets that have broken or cracked sockets, frayed or bare wires, or loose connections
? Follow the package directions on the number of light sets that can be plugged into one socket
? Never nail, tack or stress wiring when hanging lights and keep plugs off the ground away from puddles and snow
? Turn off all lights and decorations when you go to bed or leave the house


Keep yourself safe against home electrical fires.

7/26/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Madison, Lawrenceburg and Versailles has seen a rise in house fires causes by an electrical malfunction in recent months.  Understanding common causes and warning signs is very important. Make sure all electrical wiring installed correctly, do not overload the circuits and don't use defective or improper plugs.  Make sure that you perform scheduled maintenance.  Try to recognize the warning signs of possible electrical problems, such as, flickering or dimming lights, switches or outlets that are hot to the touch, look for discolored cords, outlets and switch plate covers. 

  Some other helpful tips for avoiding an electrical fire are to ensure that all electrical modifications are performed by a licensed professional.  Inspect and repair outlets and switches, replace malfunctioning or outdated fuses and circuit breakers.  Don't run cords underneath carpeting and discard any frayed or broken cords and never splice two cords together.  

  Electrical fires are among the most dangerous forms of combustion due to how quickly they can spread and grow out of control. By following the information above, you can help reduce the chances of an electrical fire occurring in your home.


The initial steps in dealing with a water damage.

7/26/2021 (Permalink)

Here at SERVPRO we're no strangers to water damage, but you may not know what to do, or better what SERVPRO of Madison, Lawrenceburg and Versailles can do FOR you.  

Step 1: Disconnect the power, unplug any electronics, and remove electronics, furniture and movable items immediately.

Step 2:Get rid of the water.  SERVPRO professionals will extract the water with our specialized equipment, not just your ordinary shop vac. 

Step 3:  Dry out the affected area.  SERVPRO professionals will place specialized drying equipment such as dehumidifiers, air movers, and desiccants and monitor it's progress daily until it reads completely dry. 

Step 4: Disinfect and Prevent Mold Growth.  SERVPRO professionals will treat the affected areas with Sporicidin an anti-microbial formulated  to stop the growth of any micro-organisms, including mold. 

Step 5:  Dispose of Damaged Items Responsibly.  SERVPRO professionals will assist you in sorting your damaged items.  Some things will be saved, however some will not.  SERVPRO professionals know how to responsibly handle items that may be recyclable to alleviate the pressure on local landfills instead of simply throwing it all in a dumpster. 

If you suffer a water damage we here at SERVPRO of Madison, Lawrenceburg and Versailles are on call 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help you make it "Like it never even happened." Call us at 812-574-5744

Big Storms rolling though the area!

7/21/2021 (Permalink)

Here at SERVPRO of Madison, Lawrenceburg and Versailles, we see the aftermath of storm damage and how devastating the damages can be.  We cannot stress enough the importance of PREPAREDNESS.   We have compiled here a list of things you can do with and for your family to help in the event of a storm disaster.  

Create you Home Emergency Plan

A household emergency plan is vital in ensuring you and your family knows what to do during and after a severe storm.  

Every member of your household should be involved in developing your Home Emergency Plan, discussing things such as:

  • How a severe storm could impact your home.
  • The location of exit points in the house
  • Where to go if you need to evacuate.
  • How to stay in contact if you're separated from each other.  
  • Requirements for those with medical conditions or special needs.
  • What to do with any pets
  • What to include in your Home Emergency Kit.
  • Whether your insurance is adequate and current. 

Create your Home Emergency Kit

An emergency kit contains essential itemsw that you and other members of your household may need during and after a storm.

Your emergency kit should be able to sustain you for at least three days in case essential services have been disrupted or you have been isolated by flood water. 

The following basic items should be included in your Home Emergency Kit.   

  • Your Home Emergency Plan, including emergency contact numbers.
  • Portable Radio (with batteries or wind-up)
  • Torch (with batteries or wind-up)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Sturdy gloves
  • Important documents and cash in waterproof bags.
  • Essential Medication
  • Special items for babies, the disabled, elderly or pets.
  • Drinking water and non-perishable food for three days. 

Prepare your home

 There are simple things you can do to minimize the impact of storms on your home and surrounding property, as shown in the following planning checklist:

  • Check your roof regularly to make sure it's in good condition.
  • Keep gutters, down-pipes and drains clear.  
  • Remove tree branches that are too close to your house.  
  • Fix and corrosion, loose fittings and rotting or termite-affected timber.
  • Secure loose items around your property.  

General Home Safety Preparations

  • Ensure your home, contents and car insurance is adequate and current. 
  • Identify the safest room in which to shelter during a storm.  
  • Learn how to safely turn off your power, water and gas.  
  • Keep water containers, a camping stove and fuel safely on hand.  

If you live in a flood-prone area

  • Store poisons and garden chemicals well above ground level. 
  • Identify indoor items you'll need to raise or empty if flood threatens.  
  • Relocate power points well above previous flood levels.  

If you live in a storm or cyclone-prone area

  • Get a professional builder to asses the structural integrity of your house.  
  • Fit shutters or metal screens to your windows for added protection.  

Tune into WARNINGS:  If a severe weather warning or storm alert has been issued for your area, it's important to gain as much information as possible to help you prepare and protect your family and home.  

We hope these tips are helpful and provide some examples of what it means to truly be STORM READY.  If your home suffers damage due to a storm please call SERVPRO of Madison, Lawrenceburg and Versailles anytime, 24\7.  We can help get your home back to pre-storm condition and make it "Like it never even happened." 

Stay ahead of the curve for the next storm event.

7/21/2021 (Permalink)

With technology today, we can usually predict when a large storm is going to hit. Here are some helpful tips to prepare you and your loved ones for a storm.

  1. Tune into your local weather radio station, TV channel, or app.

  1. Depending on the type of storm, you must evaluate your situation.

  • Your location matters. You need to find a safe place that offers shelter.

  1. Create an emergency plan.

  • Know where you are going (locate fast exit points or where to stay)

  • Memorize emergency phone numbers

  1. Prepare an emergency kit. Each kit should include:

  • Flashlights

  • Batteries

  • Non perishable foods

  • Water bottles

  • Blankets

  • First Aid Kit (essential medications)

  1. Prepare your home.

  • Make sure your insurance is adequate

  • Learn how to safely turn off your power, gas, and water

  • Remove tree branches or other dangers close to your home

  • Check your roof and gutters clear