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Esporta Certified Operator

Esporta Certified Operator

The Esporta Certified Operator cleans twice as much as restoration dry cleaners. With our game-changing technology, you’ll never need to send soft contents to a dry cleaners again. Eliminate the competition from dry cleaners and make more money.

Esporta Certified Operators restore smoke, soot, and water impacted soft contents using the patented Esporta® Wash System.  Traditional restoration companies and restoration dry cleaners typically consider much of these items non-restorable and they end up in a landfill.

Soda Blasting Soot damage removal

Soda Blasting Soot damage removal

Customer had soot damage to fireplace.  SERVPRO was contracted to perform the cleaning process.  

Soda Blasting was required for fireplace soot removal. 

Containment, was set up with Negative Air Scrubber.  Customer was satisfied, along with Home inspector.  Both thought the Fireplace was replaced. 

Sewage flood biohazard

Sewage flood biohazard

The illnesses people get from the aforementioned organisms are called fecal-oral diseases. People get these diseases when they get feces or stool in their mouth, often from dirty hands. Fecal-oral diseases are spread in two ways:

  • Direct contact with flood water, sewage or a person sick with a fecal-oral disease.
  • Indirect contact with flood water and sewage by using objects like toys and furniture or eating food that has touched flood water or sewage.
Kitchen Fire

Kitchen Fire

  • Forty-Two percent of surveyed consumers say they have left the kitchen to talk or text on the phone, and 35 percent to use the computer to check email while food is cooking. If you tend to do a lot of cooking, invest in a second or third timer. They're an inexpensive way to stay safe while ensuring that your holiday dishes do not overcook.
  • Nearly half (45 percent) of consumers say they have left the room to watch television or listen to music. Multi-tasking during the busy holiday season is tempting. If you succumb, it's important not to leave the stove or oven unattended
  • Nearly one third (29 percent) of consumers reported that they have intentionally disabled smoke alarms while cooking.
Hot water heater failure

Hot water heater failure

One of the most important things is to know the age of your water heater. You can find the age of your water heater by looking at the manufacturer sticker on the upper portion of the water heater. It will have the brand name and many different numbers and small symbols. Try to find the serial number or manufacturer date.

This date will not be exactly when your water heater was installed, but it will tell you how old the tank is. The serial number will have a date code for example "F051052638". F is for the month - F is the sixth letter so it represents the sixth month, June. Next the first two digits of the serial number are 05, this represents the year, 2005. A water heater with the serial number F05052638 was made in June 2005. Each manufacturer has a similar "code date" for their product, some are easier than others to figure out, if you can not figure out the age of your water check the manufacturers website for the way to crack their "code".

Sump Pump Failure

Sump Pump Failure

A sump pump is much like a first aid kit, a fire extinguisher, or your home’s security system; there is rarely a time when you actually need to use it, but it can be an essential tool if a dire situation occurs. Sump pumps help mitigate and prevent such situations by quickly draining flood water from the basement of a home through an external discharge pipe. And like most emergency equipment, it is important to make sure that your sump pump is well maintained and free of mechanical problems. Otherwise, you may one day find yourself with a flooded basement and thousands of dollars in damages.