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Career Opportunities at SERVPRO

7/20/2021 (Permalink)

Interested in SERVPRO of Montgomery County? Apply today! Image of cell phone. Interested in SERVPRO of Montgomery County? Apply today!

With an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, and as a proud member of the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce, SERVPRO of Montgomery County is one of the best employers in town. With awards like SERVPRO Franchise of The Year (3 years running), multiple nominations for Best of Clarksville, and tons of community involvement we are truly the best of the best. Come find out what it takes to be a part of our team! 

Our mission is to be a proud, laser-focused team holding each other accountable while creating positive opportunities for our people and becoming the most efficiently run organization in the markets we serve. We value honesty, reliability, relationships, trustworthiness, and authenticity! Our team develops and provides solutions; we are go-getters and carry a “bring it” attitude to our work environment. We listen and value each other’s thoughts and ideas and strive to bring them to life. We are built on hard work, transparency, good business, and integrity. We believe “You can’t go wrong doing the right thing.” 

Bill Repsel, our Regional Administrator, shared his testimony on what it's like working for SERVPRO. He said "Every day is a new day. It is an opportunity to serve others in our community in a time of need. We have an incredible team of people with great talent that strives to make a difference each and every day." 

SERVPRO of Montgomery County is proud of the work we do and is always looking for like-minded people interested in a rewarding career. Please submit your resume to, stop by our office at 1880 Ashland City Rd. from 8:00 am-5:00 pm Monday-Friday or click here to check out our current job openings.

Recognize Signs Of Mold

7/12/2021 (Permalink)

If you suspect mold in your property, contact SERVPRO of Montgomery County. If you suspect mold in your property, contact SERVPRO of Montgomery County.

In as little as 48 hours, mold can become a problem in your home or business when there’s a water intrusion, like a roof leak or a leaking water line. If you have a mold problem in your home or business, your primary focus should be safety. Make sure you avoid affected areas and turn off the HVAC system and fans. Contact SERVPRO of Montgomery County for mold remediation services. Remember, significant mold growth can occur in as little as 48-72 hours. You might notice a strong, musty odor; this may indicate mold hidden by drywall or under carpeting; mold isn’t always visible, but the odor can help identify it. Mold may present a greater risk to children, the elderly, and anyone with respiratory problems. If you suspect mold growth in your home or business, give SERVPRO of Montgomery County a call at (931) 645-1285.

Who to Call For Water and Fire Damage Emergencies

7/9/2021 (Permalink)

We're the right restoration company for you in Clarksville, TN. We're the right restoration company for you in Clarksville, TN.

Homeowners and business owners have many choices when they have a fire or water damage emergency. The choices can be overwhelming and sometimes confusing on who to call. Should you call a local company or take the recommendation of a friend or insurance agent, the choice comes down to ultimately who you feel confident in and comfortable having in your home. At SERVPRO of Montgomery County, we try to be the best restoration company in the area with excellent communication, trust, and being there when called upon. If you have questions about us or our services, please don't hesitate to call. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Having a company that can coordinate the whole process from start to finish makes your life easier and gets you back in your home or business faster. "Like it never even happened."

If you would like more information on hiring a team experienced in water damage restoration, call SERVPRO of Montgomery County today (931) 645-1285.

What to Look For in a Restoration Company.

7/9/2021 (Permalink)

We can make it "Like it never even happened." We can make it "Like it never even happened."

When choosing a restoration company in Clarksville, here are some features to look for. Choosing the right company for your property's restoration needs can make a difference. 

1. The Ability to Deal with Multiple Damage Types

Many professional restoration services like SERVPRO of Montgomery County offer the ability to work with multiple damage types. This is because one kind of damage can lead to another. For example, fire put out by water can result in mold if the water is left too long. Most restoration companies can help fix smoke and fire damage, water damage, storm damage and can include mold remediation for this exact reason.

2. A Quick Response Time

Being faster to any size disaster means arriving with the right materials and equipment required to do the job. Locally owned franchises such as SERVPRO® have locations across the country, allowing them to be where they need to be when disaster strikes. Because they are a franchise, they also have access to corporate equipment and materials, which gives them the ability to handle large-scale jobs.

3. They Offer a Variety of Services

A restoration company such as SERVPRO of Montgomery County also offers various services designed to help your agent process the insurance claim. These include an electronics inventory service and an online database that provides access to information such as photographs and progress reports for the damaged areas, estimates, filed paperwork, and many other details needed for a properly filed claim.

Whether you're choosing a restoration company because they're faster to any size disaster, or they can deal with multiple damage types, you may want to look at the other services they provide. Many companies can help you clean your damaged items and the structure and have services they can offer, which can make keeping track of the details needed by your insurance provider easier.

Having a company that can coordinate the whole process from start to finish makes your life easier and gets you back in your home or business faster. "Like it never even happened."

If you would like more information on hiring a team experienced in multiple types of restoration, call SERVPRO of Montgomery County today (931) 645-1285.

How Can SERVPRO of Montgomery County Help With Biohazard Concerns

7/8/2021 (Permalink)

We can help. Call (931) 645-1285 today! We can help. Call (931) 645-1285 today!

SERVPRO of Montgomery County does more than fire and water restoration. Our professionals can help you with biohazard, vandalism,and crime scene cleanup.

Bloodborne pathogens can be scary. Bodily fluids, tissues, and other risky substances can be removed and disposed of properly by our trained biohazard technicians.

Crime scene residue can be overwhelming. Once law enforcement is finished with the area, let our professional technicians come in and deal with the fingerprint powder, evidence-gathering chemicals, and residues from tear gas or pepper spray.  

Arson and vandalism can leave home or business owners feeling vulnerable, violated, and unsafe. Let SERVPRO of Montgomery County take care of the aftermath. Our team can remove spray paint, clean up broken glass and clean up after a fire.

We are “Here to Help” in any situation you might encounter. We pride ourselves on being a bright spot in a bad situation. Should you ever need our services, you can call our office anytime. (931) 645-1285.

SERVPRO Tackles Local Fire Why SERVPRO

7/8/2021 (Permalink)

Have fire damage? Call SERVPRO of Montgomery County today. Have fire damage? Call SERVPRO of Montgomery County today.

Two days ago, a local family in Clarksville, TN, suffered a terrible fire. Luckily, the fire was contained to the second story. However, there was a lot of damage to the house. Our SERVPRO team believes the fire began due to electrical problems. Electrical fires are responsible for an estimated 51,000 fires each year, nearly 500 deaths, more than 1,4000 injuries, and around 1.3 billion dollars in damages. Electrical distribution systems are the third leading cause of home structural fires. In this case, this family got very lucky. 

SERVPRO of Montgomery County assessed the damage after the firefighters had left. We’ll walk through the house and take tons of pictures for our records. SERVPRO then removes all items in the damaged area. Any items that are salvageable, we’ll save. Lastly, our team will do repairs for all damaged areas. Our SERVPRO team only has the most qualified technicians to help get the job done. For additional information, call our office at (931) 645-1285.

Tips on Professional Water Damage Remediation

7/8/2021 (Permalink)

If you suspect water damage in your property, contact SERVPRO of Montgomery County. Image of water damage icon. If you suspect water damage in your property, contact SERVPRO of Montgomery County.

Plumbing defaults, floods, and sewerage systems defaults can cause much water damage to any commercial building or residential premises in Clarksville, Tennessee. Water damage affects the structure of a house and the contents of that building. Whether the damage is from a pipe break, supply line break, or flooding, it's recommended to work with water restoration professionals who help restore the building to its normal condition. In flood damage mitigation, several things are accounted for because the process can be complex.

Water Damage Mitigation Approach

Initial Inspection

The primary consideration is assessing the entire pipe break or supply line break systems and understanding the work requirements. Therefore, the water cleanup experts must conduct a comprehensive inspection process regarding the water in the home or business premises. The inspection process helps the restoration company understand the cost caused by the flood damages, the time frame of the mitigation process, and the materials and machines required.

During an inspection, the professionals evaluate the cause of the pipe break or supply line break and try to stop excess water from entering the building. Some components inspected by a restoration company include the pipes supplying water on business premises, the water source, and supply lines. If the flood damages contain some sewerage components in the supply line break, the professionals will proceed with the necessary precautions.

Water Removal

After SERVPRO of Montgomery County has inspected the entire project, we'll proceed to the water cleanup process. We'll evacuate the water in business or residential areas, including moisture removal. With good technology and efficient water extraction machines, thousands of water in a home can quickly remove the affected premises.

The Drying Process

After water extraction, SERVPRO uses dehumidifiers and air movers to ensure that space is dried. During the drying process, windows are opened to allow air circulation. Restoration companies must monitor the affected areas and make adjustments to their water cleanup equipment if necessary during the drying process.

The primary objective is to provide the most effective services, save the client money, time, and restore the building to its normal conditions within the agreed period.

Actual Remodeling

Remodeling is the final step in any water damage removal process. The process entails re-tilling the house, painting, reconstruction of the walls and the floor, or even renovating the roof. Every remodeling process in each premise is done differently. This mostly depends on the extensiveness of the damage and the desires of the homeowner. 

The remodeling process reflects the kind of design a homeowner shall have after the entire damage renovation process. The homeowner should define and declare the designs they want to be restored to their flooded homes before the actual work is done. This helps in ensuring that the remodeling fits the desires and anticipations of the homeowner. It also helps the expert know the materials in restoring the flooded home, pipe breaks, and necessary supply line breaks.

Things to Consider

In case you experience floods in your home or business premises, it's essential to start the water cleanup process early. Removing items from the flooded home, such as the furniture, fittings, electrical fixtures, and other belongings, are necessary even before calling the experts. Things that absorb water and cause more flood damages result in additional losses. Contact SERVPRO of Montgomery County to start the mitigation process of your flooded home in Montgomery County.

Common Water Issues for Businesses

7/6/2021 (Permalink)

If your commercial property experiences water damage, call SERVPRO of Montgomery County! If your commercial property experiences water damage, call SERVPRO of Montgomery County!

For a commercial property owner in Montgomery County, unexpected water problems can be a big issue. Fortunately, water damage professionals can help you assess, clean, and repair damages from any flooding or leaks you may have. Here are a few of the most common water problems a business may face, from leaking pipes to foundation cracks.

1. Pipe Breaks

A pipe break can occur in several ways. Over time, the pipe can age and loosen in its fittings, or extensive use can lead to pinhole leaks. Extreme heat or cold can also affect a pipe’s integrity. A blocked pipe can lead to pressure buildup and eventually burst.

2. Plumbing Backup

Blocked plumbing can even lead to a toilet backup or sink overflow. When a pipe is blocked, water can take the shortest path out regardless of its intended flow path. Blockages can occur from many things, including the buildup of water minerals over time inside a pipe or someone pouring a solidifying material, such as plaster or grease, down a drain.

3. Weather

Extreme weather conditions can also lead to leaking pipes. Cold temperatures can cause the water in pipes to freeze and expand. The expansion puts pressure on the pipe and can create a crack or even cause it to burst. If you know cold weather is coming, you can check with a local professional about what preventive measures to take.

4. Foundation Cracks

Foundation cracks can also become a problem leading to water damage. Water can seep through any cracks and pool, leading to further issues such as mold. Any cracks should be investigated and assessed as soon as possible to determine the best course of action.

Water damage can happen to a commercial property. Fortunately, a professional can fix the damage caused by leaking pipes, foundation cracks, a backed-up toilet, or weather, and help you repair your property. Call SERVPRO of Montgomery County today!

Commercial Mold Removal

7/6/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Montgomery County is ready to serve you. Call today! SERVPRO of Montgomery County is ready to serve you. Call today!

A recent call from a local property owner to check out a restaurant he purchased to renovate resulted in a large mold job for SERVPRO of Montgomery County. Upon entering this abandoned space, it became clear immediately this was a mold remediation job for the experts! So we went to work! With mold covering the walls, the bar area, baseboards, and crown “mold”ing (pun intended), our crew had to suit up with PPE, including respirators and Tyvek suits, to be sure they were protected! Mold remediation is a very tedious job for a home, but it is even more so when it is a commercial property like a restaurant. Containment must be set up to not contaminated unaffected areas. All items with mold exposure had to be disposed of properly. At the end of the demo and clean up, an industrial hygienist was brought in to ensure that the commercial property was checked out!

Mold remediation in a commercial property is a tedious yet rewarding job, especially when we get to see a building brought back to life!

Professional Remediation Vs. DIY for Your Clarksville Home

7/6/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Montgomery County can make your disaster "Like it never even happened." SERVPRO of Montgomery County can make your disaster "Like it never even happened."

Many Clarksville homeowners would argue that the methods of repairing and restoring damage to their homes are as effective as the professionals could produce. While there might be instances this could be as effective or more money-saving, mold remediation is not one of these situations. There's some things that every homeowner should know about the differences between DIY mold removal and professional remediation work for their property.

One of the first concerns about mold damage that any Clarksville homeowner should have is the extent of the damage that they are currently facing. Even a small colony can spread quickly and cause potential effects to both the property's structural integrity and those that get exposed to the colony. This safety concern is one of the defining factors that should deter homeowners from DIY removal. Without the appropriate personal protective equipment and training, removal efforts could cause acute health effects.

DIY approaches encourage homeowners to use a harsh detergent like bleach and scrub over present colonies to remove them, but this can prove problematic for multiple reasons. The first of these concerns is that bleach can react adversely with certain mold types and become more volatile. This is less effective because this approach only takes off surface mold and does not remove the entire hyphae like the equipment our SERVPRO Franchise professionals use can.

Another concern is the spread of the organism. Homeowners do not have the available equipment to contain a spreading mold colony as our SERVPRO Franchise professionals do. With air scrubbers, hydroxyl generators, and physical plastic sheeting barriers, we can effectively prevent the organism's spread to new areas of the home. At the same time, remediation and mold removal efforts get underway.

As tempting as it might sound to save money and take care of mold growth on your own, many homeowners find that the situation only ends up continually getting worse despite their efforts. Give our SERVPRO of Montgomery County remediation specialists a call at (931) 645-1285 to make mold damage "Like it never even happened."