Disasters Don’t Call Ahead. SERVPRO of Denver West is Available for You.
Liann Kruger, a member of the management team at SERVPRO® of Denver West, is responsible for emergency calls; he works on Christmas Eve, early mornings, and late nights; he’s glad to see that his work with SERVPRO of Denver West makes damage “Like it never even happened,” for people whose lives could have been turned upside down by the disaster.
SERVPRO of Denver West
We wish that horoscopes and other kinds of predictions would be far more specific than they currently are. What we’ve seen in the newspapers is to be useful, you know what we mean, things like “you’ll run into some difficulties, but an old friend will make you feel better.” That turns out to be you breaking a toe, but your geriatric dog makes you feel loved. We’re looking for something like, “You’ll get so absorbed in reading the news that you forget to check on the pizza and end up with a fire in the kitchen and smoke damage throughout the house, so please pay attention.” That way, we could either wait to reheat the pizza until later, set a timer or just not check the news. Instead, we end up doing what everyone does, which is call SERVPRO of Denver West to scrape the charred remains of extra-cheese off the ceiling, find the smoke and soot damage throughout the house and clean and remediate the damage, remove the odors, and help restore everything to its preloss-condition.
Call 303-576-6868; emergency services are always available, so call as soon as you can. If firefighters needed to go to your house, call as soon as they say it’s okay to go back in the home. If not, call as soon as your heart rate is near enough to normal that you can pick up your phone.
If you are the kind of person who worries whether something qualifies as an emergency:
Flames recently roaring through the building Yes
Smoke damage Yes
Soot damage Yes
Water dripping, sloshing, or forming ponds Yes
Mold or other microbial growth Yes
Bad smell Yes
In doubt? Yes
What to Know
SERVPRO of Denver West has the resources and the training to respond to any size emergency. Speed matters: when you call, a team member will spend time talking with you about the nature of the emergency. No one is trying to delay coming out to your home; the purpose is learning what we need to bring to be prepared to start work upon arrival.