First Impressions are Important!
First impressions are hard to overcome if they are negative ones. You want the first impression of your business site to be positive. That's hard to do if it's dirty.
Keeping your business clean to make that great first impression is important. You want to keep your clients coming back and we want to help you.
There's so much that SERVPRO can help you with.
I'm sure you think of SERVPRO when a disaster hits but we can do some things you may not have thought about.
SERVPRO offers a variety of cleaning services from Air Ducts /HVAC to biohazard and everything in between.
We can clean carpet, upholstery, drapes, and blinds.
We can bring that old tile back to life and make your floors sparkle again.
We can also get rid of lingering odors and perform a deodorization of the facility.
As always, we are here to help.
Let us help you keep your place shining and making great first impressions for years to come.
Be a Leader
How quickly your business is able to return to normal operations after a tornado, fire, or even a flood is, more often than not, dependent on emergency planning. After damage or a loss, 50% of businesses may never reopen or recover.
It can be easy to think that emergencies are unlikely to hurt your business, because they aren't necessarily a common occurrence. That said, it can be even easier to simply take the time to prepare for anything.
Even though every situation is unique, your business can still be prepared for just about anything with the simple steps below. Your commitment to emergency planning can and will help your employees, customers, industry, community, and even the country. Additionally, emergency planning protects your business investment by giving the facility and company a better chance of survival after various emergencies.
Know what kinds of emergencies are most likely to affect your business and devise a plan to deal with them
Develop a Business Continuity Plan:
Plan for what staff, procedures, and equipment are undeniably necessary to keep operating. Make a backup plan for everything! Put together a procedure for what to do if your facility isn't accessible or if there are utilities disruptions.
Make Your Emergency Plan:
Evacuation procedures, shelter-in-place plans, communications procedures for before, during and after an incident. Make them. Practice and review them at least once a year.
Review Your Insurance Coverage
Promote Family and Individual Preparedness:
Emergency preparedness is a chain reaction. Preparing your business for an emergency will encourage your employees to prepare their families, their families will encourage their friends, friends will encourage other community members, and so on and so forth.
Be a leader.
Safety in Uncertain Times
COVID-19 has really changed the way we run things. A small amount of you have hardly been affected by this pandemic while others have suffered greatly trying to make ends meet. Small business owners throughout the country have had difficulty drawing in customers as the virus continues to spread across the nation.
As a business owner, the last thing you need right now is for your customers to feel unsafe in your facility. If somebody feels as though they are in danger entering your space, they may never step foot in there until the pandemic is over. For many of us, that is far too long of a time period to sit around and wait!
Our new Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned program is a cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitization of your space from top to bottom. This cleaning is done by our highly trained professionals with state of the art industrial grade cleaning gear! We want to help slow the spread of this virus and allow you and your customers to feel safe entering your facility.
As we continue to reopen Maryland, let’s make our businesses feel safe and secure for all to enter and enjoy! Give us a call and ask about our Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned program!