Cold Weather

With bitter cold temperatures expected to blast the Midwest the next couple of days, freezing pipes are a certainty. Here are suggestions to help prevent your pipes from bursting: ● First, locate which areas in your home are most vulnerable to freezing; i.e. basements, crawlspaces, unheated rooms and outside walls. ● Eliminate sources of cold …

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Fire Prevention Week

Help protect your family, home and business by understanding the facts about fire prevention from the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) and you can read more on their website www.nfpa.org Home fires In 2011, U.S. fire departments responded to 370,000 home structure fires. These fires caused 13,910 civilian injuries, 2,520 civilian deaths, $6.9 billion in …

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866-Recover Account

Part of any strong business plan is preparing for emergencies and natural disasters. Do you have a plan? Do you and your employees know who to call? 866 RECOVER – a no-cost program offered by ServiceMaster Recovery Services – is the answer. 866 RECOVER provides a single-source for emergency pre-planning, disaster restoration and reconstruction services. …

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Frigid Temperatures

Bitter cold temperatures are in the forecast for the next several days. Make sure you keep your heat on at least 60 degrees to prevent your pipes from freezing. Frozen water in pipes can result in a burst pipe. If your pipes would burst and you incur any damage, we are here to assist you 24/7/365. …

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ServiceMaster 200 at NASCAR

ServiceMaster Recovery Services and ServiceMaster Restore will be the title sponsor for the NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Phoenix, Arizona that is scheduled for November 9, 2013. This is the first race entitlement for ServiceMaster who is also the sponsor of yellow-flag periods for cleaning and restoring the track at the races. Involved in the …

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Housekeeping Tips

Housekeeping Tips: Dilute ammonia with three parts water in an empty bottle and use it to clean windows, appliances and countertops. At full strength, it can remove wax build-up from the kitchen floor. An excellent way to scour copper and brass is by using ½ cup vinegar mixed with one tablespoon salt. Full- strength pine …

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