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ServiceMaster by Reed can take care of any water, fire, smoke or odor damage of any size.
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At ServiceMaster by Reed, we pride ourselves on going beyond standard cleaning and restoration services to address any special circumstances that impact your home and your family. No matter the challenge, we are ready to help you 24/7, every day of the year. Whether you want hoarding cleanup or have recently experienced a biohazardous or traumatic event that needs decontamination and cleaning, you can turn to our professional teams to handle them all. ServiceMaster by Reed is the company you can rely on for exceptional cleaning results and customer service that is second to none. Our Professional Cleaning Services Biohazard Cleaning Hazmat Cleaning Hoarding Cleanup Odor Removal Trauma Cleaning   We can provide customized cleaning services for but not limited to: Banks and financial institutions Event venues Government buildings Healthcare facilities Hotels and restaurants Industrial facilities Office buildings Religious centers Recreation and shopping spaces Schools and universities And more! Professional Cleaning Services You Can Rely On Whatever your need, we are always there to answer your questions, ease any confusion, and provide a clear step-by-step understanding throughout the cleaning and restoration process.
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In as little as 24 to 48 hours, mold can start developing.

If left unchecked for long periods of time, water damage could rot wooden building materials, compromising structural integrity which may eventually lead to collapse.

Unattended mold growth could also cause allergies and aggravate existing respiratory conditions.

The best way to counter water damage, however, is still to prevent it from happening.

ServiceMaster by Reed has compiled these tips to help prevent water damage in your home.Water Damage Prevention TipsCheck plumbing for leaks.

Leaks on visible pipes can easily be detected, but to monitor breaks down the pipeline, a homeowner can invest on a good water leak detector to locate a hidden leak as soon as possible.

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On average, lightning has caused over 2,000 injuries in the past 50 years, and nearly one-third of these injuries occur indoors.

OutdoorsIf you are caught outside during a thunderstorm, seek shelter immediately as it is one of the most dangerous places to be.

If you cannot locate a nearby shelter, avoid getting struck by:Avoiding bodies of water like creeks, lakes and pondsAvoiding tall trees, open fields, or objects that may attract lightningStaying away from elevated spots, such as hilltops, mountain ridges or peaks.

Follow these tips to lower your risk.Shut doors and keep windows up.

Drive at a safe speed and avoid any debris.Be on the alert for downed power lines.

Drive carefully, reroute when necessary, and see to it that you do not run over a downed power line and put you or your car at risk of damage.

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A fire can go from a spark to engulfing flames in no time, so every second counts.

Educating yourself now on different types of fires and how to put them out means protecting your family in the future if something does occur.As a note, while the following scenarios give tips for extinguishing a fire yourself, if the problem is serious or spreads quickly, call your fire department immediately or dial 911.

Inhaling this super-hot air will scorch your lungs and melt clothes to your skin.Fire is DARK!

Fire starts bright, but quickly produces black smoke and complete darkness.Fire is DEADLY!

If the steps above do not take effect and the fire appears to be out of control or in danger of spreading, call 911 for help.GAS FIREFires caused by natural gas, kerosene, propane or gasoline are categorized as Class B fires.

This prevents oxygen from fanning the flames and helps avoid flames from reach other areas of your kitchen.Turn off the oven.

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While most mold species are harmless, exposure to some of them could lead to allergies and respiratory problems.

When you find mold in your property, have it removed right away by professional mold remediators, such as ServiceMaster by Reed.It is important to learn about mold and to recognize the different mold types that commonly grow indoors.

ServiceMaster by Reed has compiled them for you.What is Mold?According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mold is a fungus that can be found indoors and outdoors, thriving in damp, humid and warm environments.

The most common types of mold found indoors are:AlternariaAlternaria is an outdoor mold commonly thriving on vegetation but can also grow indoors.This type of mold enters the home through doors and windows and grows on moist surfaces.Alternaria is an allergen and can trigger asthma.

In a survey of lead and allergens in housing, Alternaria has been found in more than 90% of house dust samples.AspergillusAspergillus grows in warm, moist places and poses a health hazard for the immunocompromised.While Aspergillus produces spores that are harmless to most people, those with compromised immune systems or respiratory conditions are at risk of developing Aspergillosis.

This type of mold can grow on surfaces such as walls, wood and water-damaged carpets.

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Florida, being located near the coast, is no stranger to flooding events.

In a matter of moments, a flood can destroy basements, floors and, in severe situations, even entire homes.

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) reports that in the United States, floods top the list of natural disasters.

Flood Insurance Claim TipsReview your coverage in your homeowners or renters insurance policy.

If the original document was lost or damaged by the flood, your insurance provider can supply a copy.

We will perform water removal, structural drying and other procedures as needed.

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The Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to bring seven to 10 hurricanes this year.

Dangers still lurk even after the initial flooding event stops.

Floodwaters bring electrical hazards, chemical contamination and other dangerous substances which pose serious risks to human health.

Refrain from entering your property until an inspector determines that the building is structurally sound.After the structure has been declared safe to enter, it's time to take steps to examine the damage and start the recovery and restoration process.Restoring Your Business After a FloodContact your insurance providerCall your insurance provider right away to start the claims process for major damages.

It's better to contact your agent early since the filing process can be long and frustrating.Document the damage through taking photographs or videos.

Wear proper protective equipmentAs mentioned, floodwaters can bring harmful debris such as broken glass and metal fragments.

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When it comes to professional disaster mitigation and recovery in Coral Springs, Florida and the surrounding areas, ServiceMaster by Reed is the company to call.

For over 20 years, we have dedicated ourselves to the superior restoration, repair and cleanup of residential and commercial properties after water, fire, and mold damage events.

ServiceMaster by Reed’s reputation of being Coral Springs, Florida’s most trusted damage restoration company is made possible through our years of experience and dedicated team of professionals.ServiceMaster by Reed restoration and cleaning specialists undergo continuous training and are regularly exposed to the latest industry practices in disaster mitigation.

We are one of ServiceMaster Restore’s national network of 1,900 franchises, offering the combined scale and experience of a national company with the personalized guidance and service of a locally owned and operated company.Call ServiceMaster by Reed at 954-799-4420 or message us online to schedule an appointment today.Why Choose ServiceMaster by ReedAvailability - ServiceMaster Techs are Available 24/7, 365 Days a yearEstimates - Free estimates for all Insurance claimsDirect Insurance Billing - We bill insurance directly, so you don’t have to.Trustworthy - 100% Guaranteed Work With Years Of Industry ExperienceComplete Restoration and Specialty Cleaning ServicesWe Service Both Residential and Commercial Properties in Coral Springs, FloridaWaterWater RemovalSewage RemovalWater MitigationThermal ImagingStructural DryingFlood DamageMoldMold RemediationMold RemovalMold InspectionFireFire RestorationContents CleaningSmoke Damage RemovalFire Damage RepairCleaningBiohazard CleaningHazmat CleaningTrauma CleaningOdor RemovalReconstructionRemodeling ServicesRoof RepairRoof TarpingAC RepairPlumbing RepairDon't Know What to Do Next?

We Do.Our Emergency Response Team is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call ServiceMaster by Reed at 954-799-4420 or connect with us online to schedule an appointment.

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Flash floods can move large boulders, rip out trees, destroy bridges and cause rapid flooding in low-lying areas.

The experts at ServiceMaster by Reed of Dania Beach, FL want to help you learn how to prepare for a flash flood and what to do when a flash flood happens.Preparing for a Flash FloodFlash Flood Preparation and Safety TipsKnowing if your home is in a flood zone or flood hazard area.

Prepare your home for a flash flood by:Bringing indoors or securing all outdoor furnitureMoving important items out the lowest areas of the home to avoid water damageUnplugging electrical appliancesIf authorities recommend, turning off the home's main electricity and gasHaving a flood emergency kit readyPrepare flood emergency kit.

It should include a First Aid kit, weather emergency radio, any medications family members or pets may need, bottled water, non-perishable food, flashlight, batteries, multi-purpose tool, duct tape, and important papers including a phone list with numbers for your insurance agent, and family members.

For additional info, the Red Cross provides a complete list of emergency kit items.What to do in a Flash Flood Never walk or drive through floodwaters.

Six inches of water can knock a person down and only two feet of water can sweep away any vehicle during a flash flood.

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In addition to costly property losses, there's also the danger of permanent business closure.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reports that about 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen after a disaster strikes.

To increase the chances of your small business surviving unexpected events, ServiceMaster by Reed has compiled some tips to help business owners prepare and make recovery fast after severe disaster damage.

If your place of business often experiences earthquakes, floods, fires, storms or other types of disasters, it would be for your best benefit to secure coverage for these events.Review your existing policy.

Check if your dollar amounts are high enough to get your business running again after catastrophic losses.Update your policy.

If you need additional coverage, have it added long before a disaster happens.Create a Disaster Preparedness PlanA comprehensive natural disaster preparedness plan will help you better mitigate losses, make you and your employees feel confident, and get your business back up quickly after a disaster strikes.

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A water-damaged commercial facility can support mold growth in as little as 24 to 48 hours, placing your equipment, furniture and building at risk.

In addition, exposure to moldy environments is detrimental to human health, especially to people with existing respiratory conditions or a compromised immune system, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Mold growth in your commercial facility can have serious implications.

With proper cleaning and disinfection, nonporous items such as glass, metal and plastic can be salvaged.Upholstered furniture and wood.

How to Prevent Mold After a FloodTotally eliminating all mold spores from your facility may not be possible, but there are several steps you can take to limit mold development.Water removal and complete drying of all areasThe sooner you extract water from your facility, the better.

This is because mold spores disperse and develop quickly.To remove excess water and clean materials like exposed wood framing and studs, use a wet-dry shop vacuum.Keep a healthy ventilation by opening doors and windows if the outside air isn't very humid.

Disposal of mold-infested itemsMaterials that have been completely submerged in water must be discarded.Porous materials like books and papers, drapery and upholstery may be salvageable.

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At ServiceMaster by Reed, we pride ourselves on going beyond standard cleaning and restoration services to address any special circumstances that impact your home and your family. No matter the challenge, we are ready to help you 24/7, every day of the year. Whether you want hoarding cleanup or have recently experienced a biohazardous or traumatic event that needs decontamination and cleaning, you can turn to our professional teams to handle them all. ServiceMaster by Reed is the company you can rely on for exceptional cleaning results and customer service that is second to none. Our Professional Cleaning Services Biohazard Cleaning Hazmat Cleaning Hoarding Cleanup Odor Removal Trauma Cleaning   We can provide customized cleaning services for but not limited to: Banks and financial institutions Event venues Government buildings Healthcare facilities Hotels and restaurants Industrial facilities Office buildings Religious centers Recreation and shopping spaces Schools and universities And more! Professional Cleaning Services You Can Rely On Whatever your need, we are always there to answer your questions, ease any confusion, and provide a clear step-by-step understanding throughout the cleaning and restoration process.
ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-09-28
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The Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to bring seven to 10 hurricanes this year.

Dangers still lurk even after the initial flooding event stops.

Floodwaters bring electrical hazards, chemical contamination and other dangerous substances which pose serious risks to human health.

Refrain from entering your property until an inspector determines that the building is structurally sound.After the structure has been declared safe to enter, it's time to take steps to examine the damage and start the recovery and restoration process.Restoring Your Business After a FloodContact your insurance providerCall your insurance provider right away to start the claims process for major damages.

It's better to contact your agent early since the filing process can be long and frustrating.Document the damage through taking photographs or videos.

Wear proper protective equipmentAs mentioned, floodwaters can bring harmful debris such as broken glass and metal fragments.

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In as little as 24 to 48 hours, mold can start developing.

If left unchecked for long periods of time, water damage could rot wooden building materials, compromising structural integrity which may eventually lead to collapse.

Unattended mold growth could also cause allergies and aggravate existing respiratory conditions.

The best way to counter water damage, however, is still to prevent it from happening.

ServiceMaster by Reed has compiled these tips to help prevent water damage in your home.Water Damage Prevention TipsCheck plumbing for leaks.

Leaks on visible pipes can easily be detected, but to monitor breaks down the pipeline, a homeowner can invest on a good water leak detector to locate a hidden leak as soon as possible.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-07-29
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When it comes to professional disaster mitigation and recovery in Coral Springs, Florida and the surrounding areas, ServiceMaster by Reed is the company to call.

For over 20 years, we have dedicated ourselves to the superior restoration, repair and cleanup of residential and commercial properties after water, fire, and mold damage events.

ServiceMaster by Reed’s reputation of being Coral Springs, Florida’s most trusted damage restoration company is made possible through our years of experience and dedicated team of professionals.ServiceMaster by Reed restoration and cleaning specialists undergo continuous training and are regularly exposed to the latest industry practices in disaster mitigation.

We are one of ServiceMaster Restore’s national network of 1,900 franchises, offering the combined scale and experience of a national company with the personalized guidance and service of a locally owned and operated company.Call ServiceMaster by Reed at 954-799-4420 or message us online to schedule an appointment today.Why Choose ServiceMaster by ReedAvailability - ServiceMaster Techs are Available 24/7, 365 Days a yearEstimates - Free estimates for all Insurance claimsDirect Insurance Billing - We bill insurance directly, so you don’t have to.Trustworthy - 100% Guaranteed Work With Years Of Industry ExperienceComplete Restoration and Specialty Cleaning ServicesWe Service Both Residential and Commercial Properties in Coral Springs, FloridaWaterWater RemovalSewage RemovalWater MitigationThermal ImagingStructural DryingFlood DamageMoldMold RemediationMold RemovalMold InspectionFireFire RestorationContents CleaningSmoke Damage RemovalFire Damage RepairCleaningBiohazard CleaningHazmat CleaningTrauma CleaningOdor RemovalReconstructionRemodeling ServicesRoof RepairRoof TarpingAC RepairPlumbing RepairDon't Know What to Do Next?

We Do.Our Emergency Response Team is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call ServiceMaster by Reed at 954-799-4420 or connect with us online to schedule an appointment.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-07-23
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On average, lightning has caused over 2,000 injuries in the past 50 years, and nearly one-third of these injuries occur indoors.

OutdoorsIf you are caught outside during a thunderstorm, seek shelter immediately as it is one of the most dangerous places to be.

If you cannot locate a nearby shelter, avoid getting struck by:Avoiding bodies of water like creeks, lakes and pondsAvoiding tall trees, open fields, or objects that may attract lightningStaying away from elevated spots, such as hilltops, mountain ridges or peaks.

Follow these tips to lower your risk.Shut doors and keep windows up.

Drive at a safe speed and avoid any debris.Be on the alert for downed power lines.

Drive carefully, reroute when necessary, and see to it that you do not run over a downed power line and put you or your car at risk of damage.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-06-25
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Flash floods can move large boulders, rip out trees, destroy bridges and cause rapid flooding in low-lying areas.

The experts at ServiceMaster by Reed of Dania Beach, FL want to help you learn how to prepare for a flash flood and what to do when a flash flood happens.Preparing for a Flash FloodFlash Flood Preparation and Safety TipsKnowing if your home is in a flood zone or flood hazard area.

Prepare your home for a flash flood by:Bringing indoors or securing all outdoor furnitureMoving important items out the lowest areas of the home to avoid water damageUnplugging electrical appliancesIf authorities recommend, turning off the home's main electricity and gasHaving a flood emergency kit readyPrepare flood emergency kit.

It should include a First Aid kit, weather emergency radio, any medications family members or pets may need, bottled water, non-perishable food, flashlight, batteries, multi-purpose tool, duct tape, and important papers including a phone list with numbers for your insurance agent, and family members.

For additional info, the Red Cross provides a complete list of emergency kit items.What to do in a Flash Flood Never walk or drive through floodwaters.

Six inches of water can knock a person down and only two feet of water can sweep away any vehicle during a flash flood.

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A fire can go from a spark to engulfing flames in no time, so every second counts.

Educating yourself now on different types of fires and how to put them out means protecting your family in the future if something does occur.As a note, while the following scenarios give tips for extinguishing a fire yourself, if the problem is serious or spreads quickly, call your fire department immediately or dial 911.

Inhaling this super-hot air will scorch your lungs and melt clothes to your skin.Fire is DARK!

Fire starts bright, but quickly produces black smoke and complete darkness.Fire is DEADLY!

If the steps above do not take effect and the fire appears to be out of control or in danger of spreading, call 911 for help.GAS FIREFires caused by natural gas, kerosene, propane or gasoline are categorized as Class B fires.

This prevents oxygen from fanning the flames and helps avoid flames from reach other areas of your kitchen.Turn off the oven.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-09-28
img

In addition to costly property losses, there's also the danger of permanent business closure.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reports that about 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen after a disaster strikes.

To increase the chances of your small business surviving unexpected events, ServiceMaster by Reed has compiled some tips to help business owners prepare and make recovery fast after severe disaster damage.

If your place of business often experiences earthquakes, floods, fires, storms or other types of disasters, it would be for your best benefit to secure coverage for these events.Review your existing policy.

Check if your dollar amounts are high enough to get your business running again after catastrophic losses.Update your policy.

If you need additional coverage, have it added long before a disaster happens.Create a Disaster Preparedness PlanA comprehensive natural disaster preparedness plan will help you better mitigate losses, make you and your employees feel confident, and get your business back up quickly after a disaster strikes.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-08-24
img

While most mold species are harmless, exposure to some of them could lead to allergies and respiratory problems.

When you find mold in your property, have it removed right away by professional mold remediators, such as ServiceMaster by Reed.It is important to learn about mold and to recognize the different mold types that commonly grow indoors.

ServiceMaster by Reed has compiled them for you.What is Mold?According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mold is a fungus that can be found indoors and outdoors, thriving in damp, humid and warm environments.

The most common types of mold found indoors are:AlternariaAlternaria is an outdoor mold commonly thriving on vegetation but can also grow indoors.This type of mold enters the home through doors and windows and grows on moist surfaces.Alternaria is an allergen and can trigger asthma.

In a survey of lead and allergens in housing, Alternaria has been found in more than 90% of house dust samples.AspergillusAspergillus grows in warm, moist places and poses a health hazard for the immunocompromised.While Aspergillus produces spores that are harmless to most people, those with compromised immune systems or respiratory conditions are at risk of developing Aspergillosis.

This type of mold can grow on surfaces such as walls, wood and water-damaged carpets.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-07-23
img

A water-damaged commercial facility can support mold growth in as little as 24 to 48 hours, placing your equipment, furniture and building at risk.

In addition, exposure to moldy environments is detrimental to human health, especially to people with existing respiratory conditions or a compromised immune system, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Mold growth in your commercial facility can have serious implications.

With proper cleaning and disinfection, nonporous items such as glass, metal and plastic can be salvaged.Upholstered furniture and wood.

How to Prevent Mold After a FloodTotally eliminating all mold spores from your facility may not be possible, but there are several steps you can take to limit mold development.Water removal and complete drying of all areasThe sooner you extract water from your facility, the better.

This is because mold spores disperse and develop quickly.To remove excess water and clean materials like exposed wood framing and studs, use a wet-dry shop vacuum.Keep a healthy ventilation by opening doors and windows if the outside air isn't very humid.

Disposal of mold-infested itemsMaterials that have been completely submerged in water must be discarded.Porous materials like books and papers, drapery and upholstery may be salvageable.

ServiceMaster by Reed 2021-06-25
img

Florida, being located near the coast, is no stranger to flooding events.

In a matter of moments, a flood can destroy basements, floors and, in severe situations, even entire homes.

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) reports that in the United States, floods top the list of natural disasters.

Flood Insurance Claim TipsReview your coverage in your homeowners or renters insurance policy.

If the original document was lost or damaged by the flood, your insurance provider can supply a copy.

We will perform water removal, structural drying and other procedures as needed.