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What Threats Exist with Different Flood Scenarios in My Lafayette Hotel?

7/28/2020 (Permalink)

Person with suitcase entering sunny hotel room Flooding can devastate hotels. SERVPRO is equipped to quickly remediate the damage.

Depending on the Type of Flooding Occurring, the Impact on your Building and Guests Could be Considerably Different

Flooding can be one of the fastest moving and destructive disasters to impact your Lafayette hotel. It is imperative to address the loss effects these situations create immediately to protect the structure and the guests and patrons of your accommodation. The risks that staff and customers face vary from the loss incident; many of these variances depend on the flooding's origin. In most situations, there are three common flood conditions:

  • Roof Damages
  • Natural Flooding
  • Flash Flooding

What Threats Exist with Water Penetration from the Roof? 

There are multiple avenues for flood damage in Lafayette structures and commercial properties. However, with the expectancy for severe weather throughout the year, roof breaches can be a direct inlet for flood losses. Hail, winds, torrential rain, and other conditions can all have destructive effects on a roof, allowing water penetration through these vulnerable points. These conditions worsen until our contractors can seal up these breaches, repair the roof, and begin extraction and drying. These can affect rooms on the uppermost floors first.

Is Natural Flooding a Substantial Concern? 

Natural flooding can occur when waters rise around the structure, allowing it to penetrate the main floor. While this inevitably impacts areas like the lobby and check-in, it can also spread to affect rooms and common areas on the first floor. We must begin both extraction and controlled demolition practices where contaminant exposure might have occurred.

What Can Flash Flooding Do to Your Hotel? 

Like natural flooding, flash floods can impact the structure's main level, but more powerfully and fiercely. These emergencies spread quickly through the hotel, making it vital to implement extraction, cleaning, and repairs as soon as our technicians arrive.

Your hotel could experience flooding, but our SERVPRO of Lafayette team is ready and able to help. Call us today at (765) 420-0077.

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How Do I Lower My Kitchen Appliance Fire Risk?

7/23/2020 (Permalink)

Fire damaged kitchen. Charred furniture; smoke on walls and cabinets Kitchen fires are common. No matter the size, SERVPRO can remediate the damage and restore your home.

Certified Technicians Eliminate Fire and Odor Damage in Your Lafayette Kitchen

Whether the incident occurs in Lafayette or elsewhere, kitchen fires can impact your home by affecting indoor air quality, creating acidic soot deposits, and introducing foul odors from cooking.

If your Lafayette home has suffered fire and odor damage, SERVPRO technicians can respond quickly to your call to begin the cleanup process. These restoration professionals adhere to the standards established by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) to ensure that homes are clean and safe once more after a disaster.

Lowering Kitchen Fire Damage Risk

  • Install the smoke detector near the kitchen.Your smoke detector can go off when there is too much smoke or steam from day-to-day cooking. However, in a kitchen fire, smoke spreads quickly enough that your alarm can activate in a timely fashion.
  • Unplug appliances when not in use.Devices turned off still draw electricity when plugged in. It takes faulty wiring, an overheated thermostat, or a damaged cable to spark a fire in your kitchen.
  • Keep the stove clean.One of the most common ways a kitchen fire can start is igniting food particles on or in your stovetop. The cleaner your kitchen, the fewer fire risks there are.

SERVPRO’s Odor Control Tools

SERVPRO professionals use a variety of odor control tools to combat kitchen fire-related smells, including:

  • Trays of scented granules placed near vents spread pleasant odors through the home
  • Thermal foggers designed to penetrate surfaces with deodorizing solutions the same way that smoke does during a fire
  • Manual cleaning with alkaline cleaners, enzyme digesters, and EPA-registered antimicrobials addresses many of the odors caused by charring, microbes, and protein residues

SERVPRO of Lafayette has the tools and knowledge to make your home seem, “Like it never even happened.” You can call (765) 420-0077 at any time day or night for professional disaster cleanup.

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What Areas of My Lafayette Home Need Cleaning After Water Losses?

7/20/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO restoration equipment being used on water damaged floor Did your home experience a water loss event? We’ve got you covered!

Many surfaces and items can show physical damage after a disaster, but our SERVPRO team can offer practical solutions for drying and cleaning. 

Cleaning is one of the vital elements that our professionals provide Lafayette homes after any loss event. With water losses, the damage can spread very quickly to areas beyond where the problem originated. As challenging as this can become for restoration purposes, your home's cleaning and recovery are also made more difficult by these migrating conditions. But the sooner our technicians arrive at a damaged address, the less widespread and devastating loss effects can become. 

Because many tasks make up water cleanup for Lafayette homes, our skilled technicians are involved in every phase of recovery in your house from the initial emergency services when our team first arrives to placing the final touches on a finished product. Dozens of materials and contents can become damaged with even a small water loss incident - and this situation amplifies the more substantial the emergency. Certain materials and areas of the house are more susceptible to damage from migrating water than others, and these include: 

  • Flooring Surfaces - Carpeting and hardwood floors are among the most sensitive materials to absorption and water damage. There are specific approaches to recovering saturated flooring, and these vary depending on the type of material affected. 
  • Wall Systems - Drywall, wood framing, and insulation are all susceptible to water saturation as well. Because these are common structural elements throughout many homes, our professionals trusted methods of restoring or replacing these materials promptly.
  • Contents - Your personal belongings are also in harm's way when migrating water loss effects move through the house. We have multiple strategies for addressing these possessions' restoration and recovery to limit your loss during an already traumatic experience.

How Can Flooring Get Cleaned After a Water Loss? 

Flooring is one of the universally affected materials in homes regardless of the severity of water loss incidents in Lafayette. Because pooling water gathers at the surface of flooring materials first, wood and carpeting absorb standing water to the point of overexposure. This absorption affects the surface layer, but it can also migrate quickly to the underlayment, subflooring, and padding. There are multiple strategies for removing water from these materials, and if that process is successful, these areas of your home still need a thorough cleaning. Carpeting especially can benefit from revitalization to improve the color vibrancy, look, and feel of the fibers. Some of the practices used to accomplish this include: 

  • Deluxe Preconditioning & Cleaning 
  • Hot Water Extraction 
  • Deodorizing Products 

Do Wall Surfaces Need to Get Cleaned as Well? 

Wall systems can absorb water quickly, especially considering that much of your plumbing network is hidden behind drywall and runs along with the framework. Breaches in this plumbing could have disastrous effects for the entirety of this wall structural cavity. While systems like the Injecti-Dry unit can evaporate moisture trapped in these open spaces, the deterioration of drywall and residues left behind from prolonged water exposure must be cleaned and removed. Often, the best approach to complete these efforts are vacuums and cleaning solvents for damaged surfaces not getting removed through controlled demolition. 

How Do Contents in My Home Get Restored? 

Many of your personal belongings can end up in the path of migrating water loss effects. While it is possible to take immediate action when water losses first begin to remove these items from affected areas, there are several instances where this preliminary action is impossible. Restoring and recovering the contents within your home often falls into three potential categories for our responding cleaning technicians. These include: 

  • In-House Relocation – Certain circumstances when relocating your belongings can be sufficient to prevent destructive water damage. We choose areas isolated from the path of moving water, such as a garage or second story, to store your possessions until restoration completes safely.
  • In-House Recovery Solutions – Cleaning and restoring your belongings on-site is desirable to the alternative but limits the range of corrective actions that we can take with your house's items.
  • Pack-Out Procedure – When damage has become too severe for on-site recovery solutions, we can relocate these items to our nearby SERVPRO facility for focused cleaning, deodorization, and a safe storage climate-controlled warehouse. 

Water cleanup can encompass many actions that our technicians must take when we first arrive at your home. Our SERVPRO of Lafayette team can help to provide the most efficient path to make this loss "Like it never even happened." Call us today at (765) 420-0077.

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What is Controlled Demolition After a Water Loss?

6/23/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO techs dressed as super-heroes standing in front of SERVPRO van Our team is ready to tackle your water loss emergencies.

When Structural Elements Become Damaged by Migrating Water Loss Effects in Your Lafayette Home, Controlled Demolition can be a Method of Gaining Control of the Situation

After a water loss incident, your Lafayette home could show signs of several damages. As challenging as some of these conditions might be to overcome initially, our SERVPRO team has multiple strategies to help. Mitigation solutions often involve some degree of controlled demolition to regulate the spread and severity of water loss migration. This early action can help to reduce more widespread tear-out and reconstruction at later points.

Multiple actions fall under the heading of water cleanup for Lafayette homes. Controlled demolition can help to reduce the overall amount of cleaning and recovery necessary for a property by discarding materials too damaged to preserve. With a team of in-house contractors capable of overseeing the removal of these materials and the complete build back of the removed elements, we can make the total recovery effort for your home more efficient and cost-effective.

What Materials Require Controlled Demolition? 

There are many materials affected by moving water in your house after a loss incident. Some are more sensitive than others to absorption and overexposure. Understanding which elements in your home can become the most harshly affected can help you to recognize this damage as it begins. It is often vital to secure professional restoration as soon as possible after a disaster occurs. With a 24/7 response to water emergencies in homes and businesses in our area, our SERVPRO team has become a trusted name for mitigation, restoration, and full-scale build back when necessary. Some of the most directly impacted structural elements after a water loss include:

  • Drywall
  • Carpeting
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Cabinets
  • Wood Framing
  • Ceiling Tile

No matter how severe water loss incidents might initially appear, our SERVPRO of Lafayette team can help with a fast and experienced response. Give us a call anytime at (765) 420-0077.

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Are My Floors Doomed After a Flood?

6/17/2020 (Permalink)

Hardwood flooring in hallway After water damaged this floor, we were able to make it, “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO Can Help Save Your Floors After a Flood in Your Lafayette Home

Flooding in Lafayette can damage much of your home. Your belongings, documents, and priceless memories can all suffer after a weather event invites water into your house. Deciding where to focus your energy after the incident can be overwhelming but calling a professional cleanup service lends expertise to your decision making.

Our neighbors in Lafayette suffering due to flood damage can call our SERVPRO team for expert advice. Are My Floors Doomed After a Flood? Because of our training and experience, we are ready to assess your home's levels of damage caused by outside water seeping into it. Our team reviews that damage to your structure and building elements just as it looks at your flooring, cabinets, and furniture. Even your documents can be part of the restoration process, all to disrupt your life as little as possible.

How do I know what I need to remove from my home after a flood?

When you rely on a professional service like SERVPRO, you gain insight into our expert opinion. We advise you on items we need to remove to protect your family and health as we measure moisture levels and use industry-grade tools to determine where water is hiding. Porous surfaces, including upholstery and carpets, are not salvageable, and we remove them to prevent the proliferation of bacteria in your home. In terms of flooring, we apply industry techniques to achieve the best results, which may include some of the following:

  • Adding air movers to restore relative humidity
  • Removing flooring finish if it is acting as a barrier to evaporation
  • Using polyethylene to create a drying chamber for hard-to-dry sections

Our SERVPRO of Lafayette is an invaluable resource when emergencies happen. Our team is devoted to mitigating your loss, and we are reachable 24/7 by calling us at (765) 420-0077. When you reach us, you can be sure that we are committed to leaving your home, "Like it never even happened."

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Do I Need Professional Cleanup Help to Remedy this Storm Damage?

6/4/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO drying equipment setup on a concrete floor Spring and summer storms are here. Should floodwaters invade your home, call SERVPRO!

After Your Home Suffers Flood Damage, SERVPRO Arrives at Your Lafayette Home to Get to Work Fast!

Even if you try to protect your home from storm damage and flooding, there is no telling what Mother Nature has in store. With only a couple inches of water, there can be enough damage that the interior of your Lafayette home can face thousands in repair costs. However, calling in a team to promptly mitigate the situation and start restoration helps you to limit the loss and the costs involved for repair and replacement. We want you to know that SERVPRO is always available in the Lafayette area with 24/7 emergency restoration services!

How Does Your Team Handle a Flood Loss Call?

Once a storm leaves you with flooding in your home, you need to call us immediately to assess the flood damage in Lafayette. Floodwater falls in with category three water, which means that there is often a high potential for bacteria and contaminated debris that may lead to health hazards for you and your family.

When you call us for emergency flood restoration, we follow steps to mitigate microbial growth:

  • Quickly remove standing water using powerful pump extractors capable of pulling up thousands of gallons of debris-filled liquid.
  • Take away any contaminated materials, including carpeting or drywall.

What Happens After Contaminated Water and Materials Get Removed?

After our restoration professionals address these two elemental steps, we then have EPA-registered cleaning agents that allow us to control harmful bacteria found in the water and microbial growth. We know that using the right disinfectants helps to slow growth wherever our team suspects that contamination exists. You can count on our skilled IICRC-certified technicians to:

  • Remain mindful of all the product labeling on disinfectants, only applying them as specified and mixing the solution carefully.
  • Ensuring that cleaning agents contact all surface areas to disinfect thoroughly. These surfaces include building materials like walls, subflooring, and more.

Why Does My Home Need an Initial Assessment?

We perform a walkthrough of your home so that we can determine the flood loss zone. This walkthrough allows our crew to formulate a plan of action that includes all the right methods, equipment, and cleaning agents to get the job done. The extraction process begins to pull up as much moisture as we can. Once we remove water, we take the time to start the drying phase.

During the next phase, we follow along with several necessary steps. Drying includes placement of industrial-strength drying equipment that dries the interior rapidly. Just a sampling of the drying equipment that SERVPRO uses in a flood damage restoration situation includes:

  • High-powered industrial-strength fans
  • Centrifugal air movers
  • Desiccant dehumidifiers

If it appears as though water infiltrated the walls or migrated behind baseboards, we have a range of structural drying equipment at our disposal, which allows our team to force air into and out of all wall cavities and other nooks and crannies that are hard to reach. Structural drying equipment easily overcomes air delivery systems' restrictions, helping us reach tight spaces where moisture often gets trapped. There are also several attachments that our technicians can use to redirect, filter, and manipulate the air to speed up drying times.

Can Carpeting be Saved After Flooding?

Floodwater in Lafayette poses a variety of problems due to contamination and potential health hazards. Our team thoroughly inspects and tests carpeting and the padding below to determine whether it is salvageable or if it must be removed and replaced. With many flood-loss events, carpeting and carpet padding need discarding before using special drying measures for the subfloor below. Full removal allows our team to dry the subfloor to inhibit the onset of fungal growth.

We Stop Odors Before They Start

With any water loss event, there is the potential of foul odors setting in. We treat each interior with care, ensuring that every surface gets dried by using professional moisture detection tools and sensors. We also have a range of deodorization tools that help with odor removal and control, such as:

  • Air scrubbers
  • Thermal foggers
  • Air filtration devices (AFT), and more

These tools are excellent for deodorization and improve the air quality throughout your home's interior. Air filtration devices work by layering filters to control air contaminants. The first layer helps grab particles and larger debris. The second layer consists of SERVPRO's Odor-Cleanz filter with a significant capture rate. The final tier includes a HEPA filter that removes 99.975 of particles and other contaminants from the air.

No matter what type of flood damage is in your home after a storm, you can count on our skilled technicians at SERVPRO of Lafayette to help with the restoration. Have a team deployed to your location as soon as possible to get started on cleanup by calling (765) 420-0077.

How Can I Get Rid of the Smokey Smell in my Lafayette Home?

5/29/2020 (Permalink)

Heavy smoke and soot damage on walls and ceiling Smoke and soot residue are difficult to clean. SERVPRO has the tools to restore your fire damaged home.

A Professional Service Can Help You Eliminate the Smell of Smoke After a Fire in Lafayette

Homeowners are vulnerable to fire damage despite their best efforts to keep safe. A cooking accident, a mischievous teenager, or sheer bad luck can be to blame for flames erupting in your home. Fire remnants sometimes feel more significant than the flames themselves, and you may be finding smoke and soot around your home for weeks.

In Lafayette, fire damage meets its match in our SERVPRO team. As soon as you call us and invite you to your home, we focus on assessing the impact, prioritizing cleanup steps, and drawing up an action plan to restore your home as soon as possible. We are constantly available to help you in this difficult time.

How do I clean the air after a fire?

The steps to remove soot and smoke residue are straightforward. At SERVPRO, we focus on understanding the path of the fire and smoke, as well as the nature of each surface we need to wipe clean. Soot from organic materials is a cloud of fine dust, while human-made objects tend to leave a stickier residue. Our team has in its arsenal cleaning solutions to eliminate the residue while preventing damage due to their abrasive nature.

The air around you is a different matter. Your house may look clean, but the foul smell seems to linger in the air despite aroma diffusers and other deodorizers at your local store. By calling our SERVPRO crew, you gain access to industry best-practices to counteract odors. Some options available to us include:

  • Odor pellets- these are simple to use and can overpower the smell of smoke in your home
  • Thermal foggers- they work by spraying a fine mist that bonds with odor molecules and eliminates them
  • Ozone generators- these also attack smell molecules and dissolve them

We do odor elimination in concert with the cleaning and disinfecting of your home. You can trust SERVPRO of Lafayette to guide you through the restoration process. Call us at (765) 420-0077 and we will leave your home, "Like it never even happened."

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How Does Mold Grow In My Lafayette Home, and Can SERVPRO Help?

5/22/2020 (Permalink)

A woman with her hands on her head looking at mold above her kitchen.   Finding the right solution to the mold growth in your home is not a problem that you should put off any longer than necessary.

Mold Damage In Your Home

When you first discover mold growing in your Dayton home, you might find yourself a little surprised and unsure of how it got there. More often than not, homeowners are less and less aware of the ease with which mold can grow and colonize in their houses, which makes it more of a common occurrence for it to happen. The more that you can understand how these situations occur, the better prepared you are to stop it from happening.

It might not seem like mold damages  in your Lafayette home can be that big of a deal, but mold can cause many problems for your home and your family inside. For starters, mold colonies eat and erode organic building materials, weakening the structural integrity of your home more and more as the colony spreads. Secondly, there are potential health effects linked to exposure to these colonies. This fact puts your family's health at a risk when exposure occurs.

Mold spores require one thing more than any other to grow and colonize within your house, and that is persistent moisture. While often the damp areas of your home are the basement or cellar, mold growth is never just isolated to these low traffic areas. Even if the spores begin to colonize there, they can travel via air ducts and openings throughout your home and colonize in these new places as well. That is why remediation from our SERVPRO technicians needs to happen as promptly as possible.

Warmth is another condition that the mold spores often require to colonize in your home, but this is not as warm as you might believe. For most residential varieties of fungus, the temperature only needs to be in the vicinity of 70 degrees. At this temperature, spores can seat and thrive on organic materials throughout the affected area.

Heeding Early Warnings of Lafayette Mold Damage Could Save Big Money

Compared to the effects of fire and water damage, most cases of mold damage in Lafayette are often difficult to identify and notice. Mold begins as a tiny, imperceptible problem in the home, but silently spreads and grows until someone takes notice of it. By the time mold has become visible, it is often too late to prevent significant damage to the home. Identifying warning signs and indicators of mold damage could end up saving you thousands in remediation and restoration costs, so be sure to look out for these common symptoms in the future.

Foul or Musty Odors

The most common method by which residents identify mold damage in their Lafayette homes is through smell. Many types of mold emit a pungent and typically foul or musty odor. If your home has begun to exhibit unusual and inexplicable smells, either in a single location or across the building, this may be a key warning sign of significant mold damage. Keep in mind that many mold infestations occur behind walls, beneath floors, and above ceilings, so it is not uncommon to smell mold without seeing it.

Dampness or Water Damage

Many cases of water damage SERVPRO deals with also involve some amount of mold remediation - and vice versa. Mold and water damage often go hand-in-hand, and if you have found unusual dampness or moisture in your home, this could be a key sign that mold has taken root somewhere nearby. If you cannot locate the source of the moisture yourself, give SERVPRO a call, as our inspectors carry special thermal imaging tools to help identify the origin of the problem.

Discoloration

Mold often first shows itself through light discoloration. Long before it forms evident and textured colonies, it may spread lightly across a surface without causing significant damage. Look for spots of discoloration around your home, and be wary of all unusual colors that are not simple stains.

Finding the right solution to the mold growth in your home is not a problem that you should put off any longer than necessary. The longer that mold grows unabated in your home, the farther it spreads and the more damage that it ultimately causes. Give our SERVPRO of Lafayette mold remediation technicians a call today at (765) 420-0077.

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If A Leak Is Causing Water Damage to My Lafayette Home, Can I Call SERVPRO Right Away?

5/22/2020 (Permalink)

Standing water with a few bubbles. SERVPRO of Lafayette offers emergency services in the case of a water loss at your home or business.

Water Damage Caused by A Water Main Leak in The Lafayette Community

As a resident of Indiana, you may have experienced a water main leak in your property. It can be distressing, but there are professionals in your area who can help.

A leak could be caused by pressure surges in the pipes, decaying and rusting pipes, a blockage or even the foundations of your property shifting. A potentially serious water damage event in your West Lafayette home can leave you feeling vulnerable, but our technicians treat your home with care and your family with respect.

A leaking pipe can cause water to build up under the floorboards of your property, damage wallpapering and lead to problems with your property's electrical systems so getting it inspected by qualified technicians is essential. You can call SERVPRO anytime an emergency strikes and be guaranteed of receiving our trademark service.

Our friendly technicians handle the process of inspection and assessment, the extraction of the water and the correct drying of your property before our expertise in restoration ensures your property is left looking as good as before the water loss. Drying your property with scientifically tested techniques prevents lingering humidity, as well as preventing outbreaks of mold. Our highly qualified specialists use air movers to evaporate the moisture into the airspace and dehumidifiers to remove the moisture from the air. This advanced two-part system guarantees that humidity levels do not remain high thus removing the risk of further deterioration to your property.

SERVPRO prides itself on the quality of the restoration work we provide. We know that every home plumbing disaster is unique and that it can be a very stressful, worrying and anxious time for you, but our community-based experts have the personal touch and will smoothly arrange the entire process for you. To finish, we will sanitize and clean your property for your comfort and convenience, which includes deodorization.

SERVPRO of Lafayette offers emergency services in the case of a water loss at your home or business. We are available 24/7 at (765) 420-0077.

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Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned – a defensive cleaning program

5/22/2020 (Permalink)

Table tent signs describing the Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned program on top of a wooden table. Our defensive cleaning program gives your business a way forward by providing your employees and customers ongoing safety and assuredness.

Let us help you get back to business

As our communities re-open in Lafayette, we’re all moving back toward a new kind of normal. The expectations of visitors, customers, and employees who come into our establishments have evolved, and staying safe and well is a top concern. The global COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean, and we’ve developed a program to help your business meet the new higher standard of clean that is now expected.

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned is a defensive cleaning program we’re offering to businesses and commercial locations to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. This proactive viral pathogen cleaning program goes well beyond janitorial or carpet cleaning. By choosing Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you, your employees, your customers, and your community can rest assured that you’ve selected a higher cleaning standard – you are Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.

Extensive training and specialized products

As the #1 choice in cleanup and restoration*, we stand on more than 50 years of experience and expertise to help your business become Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned.  Beyond fire & water, SERVPRO professionals are trained and experienced in biohazard decontamination and chemical spills – always adhering to the cleaning and decontamination standards set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local authorities. 

From formulating and creating our proprietary cleaning products, like SERVPROXIDE, at our headquarters in Gallatin, TN, to taking the utmost care while disinfecting, we will ensure you and your business are set up to inspire consumer confidence as the economy continues to reopen.

3 C’s – Consult, Clean, and Certify

When the stakes are this high, you want a partner who has developed an industry leading, proprietary training program, cleaning solutions, and remediation processes over decades. We’ve cleaned up some of the most challenging biohazards imaginable. Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned reflects our unique experiences and capabilities. The program is grounded with our unique 3 C’s: Consult, Clean, and Certify.

  • Consult – Every business is different, which is why you’ll be assigned a Cleaning Protocol Consultant who understands your business and will create a cleaning program to meet your specific needs. This program will be developed based on your business type, size of space, amount of high frequency touchpoints, foot traffic and congestion points.
  • Clean – Based on your specific business needs, your location will undergo a thorough, deep clean, using exclusive cleaning products, according to protocols set forth by the CDC. Our employees have years of experience, and we will go beyond the scope of work that regular janitorial staff perform. Cleanup procedures generally include cleaning of porous and non-porous surfaces, disinfecting of non-porous surfaces, cleaning and disinfecting of equipment, tools, and/or supplies used for cleanup process, and disposal of hazardous materials.  In the event of a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 event, we will be there cleaning within 24 hours to ensure you get back to business as quickly as possible. 
  • Certify - Once your business location has been Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned, you will gain access to proprietary signage, digital emblems, and other collateral that communicates that you’ve selected a higher standard of clean available to help protect your employees and customers. And because we add the day, month, and year to that proprietary stamp of clean, your guests will know that not only did you choose Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned,but that your location is being cleaned regularly at this standard.

Call today for a Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation

We’re Here to Help – 24 hours a day, seven days a week – until life is back to normal in the communities we all call home.

Call SERVPRO of Lafayette today at (765) 420-0077 for your Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned consultation.

* #1 Choice in cleanup & restoration based Commercial Attitude & Usage Tracking study. Polling 816 commercial business decision makers on first choice for future needs related to cleanup & restoration work. Study conducted by C&R Research: October 2019

Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned means professionally trained SERVPRO franchises perform the requested cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection services according to proprietary SERVPRO protocols and recognized industry and CDC standards with EPA approved cleaning products to deliver a SERVPRO certified cleaning experience.  Each SERVPRO franchise is independently owned and operated.