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How Fire Damage Can Disturb Your Somerset County Office Building

1/25/2023 (Permalink)

Fire can cause devastation in any environment, but especially to commercial establishments like office buildings. The effects of smoke and fire damage can vary depending on the size of the fire, the type of damage, and how quickly it is handled. For your own peace of mind, please read on and learn about how fire damage can disturb your Somerset County office building.

Your Employees
If a fire broke out during business hours while your staff is in the building, their safety is your number one priority. Smoke is made up of toxic materials. It can cause skin and eye irritation, leading to rashes or more severe eye issues in the future. The toxicity can also cause issues to your respiratory system, aggravating the lungs, and more.

Business Operation
If a fire breaks out in your office building, the productivity slows detrimentally. It causes the employees to have to leave their desks and leave the building, halting a day (or more) of work. Not only does this affect your employees, but your business as a whole. This will then lead to financial losses.

Financial Losses
Larger corporations that have multiple branches or headquarters suffer less of a risk if a fire breaks out in one of the locations. However, if you own a smaller-than-corporate business, your revenue, productivity, data, and technology is at risk.

Loss of Data
Today, we depend on computers and the internet to get us to where we need to be. We store data in our computers that contain hard drives, operating systems, databases, and more that could be lost if the fire destroys our technology. It’s always a good idea to have your important information backed up somewhere that you can access from any computer and not only save everything on one.

How to Prevent Fire Damage in Office Buildings
The first step in protecting your business from fire damage is to have great insurance coverage. Insurance carriers differ widely when it comes to their dependability and some are frustrating to deal with. You’ll need to show evidence of the damage and the goods that were destroyed.

The second step is to operate in buildings which have natural resistance to fire and have at least one working fire extinguisher on site at all times. Annually inspect wiring or other sources that could cause a fire and store critical company documents and files in a safe that is fireproof. Using laptops rather than desktop computers allow staff on site to rapidly unplug and carry them outdoors during an emergency.

About SERVPRO Team Harvey
SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan is proudly owned by Lance and Jennifer Harvey - a husband and wife duo that owns three other SERVPRO locations, including SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan, SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City, and SERVPRO of Aberdeen/Holmdel.

We understand the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.”

6 Causes for Winter Water Damage in Your Somerset County Home

1/12/2023 (Permalink)

Water damage can happen at any time during the year and when it happens, it causes a mess and many headaches. However, now that we’re in the winter season, there are 6 main causes for winter water damage that you should be aware of.

Frozen Pipes
SERVPRO can help you with all types of winter water damage. Winter can bring about frozen pipes, rising temperatures, and heavy snowfall, which can all pose risks to your home.

For example, when pipes are exposed to freezing temperatures, they can split and cause costly damage to your property. When your pipes are frozen, it causes the water molecules to expand, and if they expand too much, the pipe will burst.

How can you prevent this from happening?
To prevent your pipes from bursting, you can keep your cabinet doors open overnight to allow the heat from your home to wrap around the pipes, keep a very slow trickle of water flowing, and most importantly, keep an eye on the weather. If you’re not aware of the temperature drops overnight, chances are you won’t be able to get prepared.

Air Conditioning Units
When not properly maintained or insulated against the elements, air conditioning units can also burst during frigid temperatures. If you like to keep your air conditioning units in the windows all year long, please insulate them accordingly to avoid this from happening.

What are the best ways to avoid this?
Insulate your units by adding flexible foam insulation material around the entire air conditioner and use tape to prevent air leaks. There are also many different products out there that’ll help you cover the units safely.

Water Heaters
If you live in an area where the temperature can drop down to 25 degrees or colder in the winter, your water heaters are forced to work harder than normal. Also, if your water heater isn’t properly maintained or if it’s on the old side, there’s more of a chance for leakage.

Snow
The obvious cause is melting snow. If snow accumulates to a large amount, your home is at risk of flooding, mold growth, and roof issues. Be sure to remove the snow before it has a chance to get too high, causing it to sit for days while it melts.

Clogged Gutters
Before a winter storm hits, it’s a good idea to go up and check your gutters. You want to make sure there aren’t any leaves or debris buildup. If they are clear, you have a better chance of them not overflowing. However, if your area suffers from a large winter storm causing a large amount of snow and ice, your gutters can freeze and cause spillage down the foundation of your home as it melts. After the storm, we advise you to clean them out before this happens.

Badly Insulated Pipes
If your water line is exposed to outside temperatures, the pipes must be properly insulated. Have your pipes checked out prior to the winter season. If you don’t have time, you can purchase pipe insulation made of foam or fiberglass to protect them from freezing.

About SERVPRO Team Harvey
SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan is proudly owned by Lance and Jennifer Harvey - a husband and wife duo that owns three other SERVPRO locations, including SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan, SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City, and SERVPRO of Aberdeen/Holmdel.

We understand the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.”

Identifying Black Mold in Your Raritan Home

12/21/2022 (Permalink)

You may have heard about the dangers of “black mold” or “toxic mold.”

Information around this can be alarming and confusing, so it’s best to get the facts to better understand what type of mold you may be dealing with and how to get rid of it.

Stackybotrys chartarum, or “black mold”, is known to produce allergens and irritants, but it is not the only type of mold to do so. It is important to treat any mold with caution, stay out of affected areas, and don’t touch or disturb the mold (kind of like Gremlins).

So, how can you tell if you have black mold in your Raritan home?

Many types of mold can cause reactions, so regardless of the color, contacting a mold remediation company such as SERVPRO is essential. In many instances, multiple types of mold may exist in the same house or structure. If you suspect you may have a mold problem, contact SERVPRO of West Somerset County immediately.

Things to know about mold:

When water intrudes into your home, mold growth can start in as little as 48 hours. Here are some mold facts that may help:

  • Mold is present almost everywhere, indoors and outdoors.
  • Mold spores are microscopic, float along the air, and may enter your home through windows, doors, AC/heating systems, or even hitch a ride indoors on your clothing or a pet.
  • Mold spores thrive on moisture and can quickly grow into colonies when exposed to water. These colonies may produce allergens and irritants.
  • Before mold remediation can begin, any sources of water or moisture must be addressed. Otherwise, the mold may return.
  • Mold often produces a strong, musty odor and that odor can lead you to possible mold problem areas.
  • Even higher-than-normal indoor humidity can support mold growth. Keep indoor humidity below 45%

SERVPRO cares about your safety and the safety of your home. If you suspect any mold in your home, please contact us ASAP.

Reach out with any and all of your questions and inquiries: (732) 805-9944

About SERVPRO Team Harvey
SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan is proudly owned by Lance and Jennifer Harvey - a husband and wife duo that owns three other SERVPRO locations, including SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan, SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City, and SERVPRO of Aberdeen/Holmdel.

We understand the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.”

How Often Does Your Branchburg Commercial Business’ Carpets Need to be Cleaned?

12/15/2022 (Permalink)

When it comes to your business, first impressions are everything and cleanliness is next to godliness.

Customers and clients want to enter into a building that looks clean and pristine, and clean carpets in the entryway, lobby, etc. - are a crucial element to instilling customer confidence.

But how often do your Branchburg commercial business’ carpets need to be cleaned? Every business is unique.

Here are some specific examples of carpet cleaning schedules:

  • Churches - at least once a year, have a thorough cleaning and protecting done. Depending on the size, multiple cleanings can be done on entrances during the year.
  • Schools - every 3-6 months.
  • Office buildings - every 6 months to annually, office buildings should clean their carpets. You must also consider what kind of dirt is being tracked in by employees and customers, as well as the number of employees and customers coming in on a daily basis.
  • Retail stores - every 3-6 months.
  • Nursing homes/medical facilities - Regarding the sanitation and cleaning of healthcare facilities, there are numerous regulations. It has never been more important, considering the increased awareness of airborne contaminants today, for healthcare facilities to increase their deep carpet cleaning schedules.
  • Bars/restaurants - at least quarterly, carpets should be cleaned and protected in bars and restaurants. Among other things, kitchen grease that gets tracked through ad spills make this an essential duty.

Let SERVPRO of West Somerset County clean your commercial carpeting and more. At SERVPRO, we can also help with upholstery cleaning, should you feel you can benefit from that. When it comes to commercial cleaning, in fact, we cover all the bases. WE service military and government buildings, industrial and manufacturing locations, high-rise residential buildings, big box/large retail stores, hotels/motels, restaurants, and much more.

Reach out with any and all of your questions and inquiries: (732) 805-9944

About SERVPRO Team Harvey
SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan is proudly owned by Lance and Jennifer Harvey - a husband and wife duo that owns three other SERVPRO locations, including SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan, SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City, and SERVPRO of Aberdeen/Holmdel.

We understand the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.”

Holiday Safety Tips to Prevent Fires in Your Somerset County Home

12/13/2022 (Permalink)

‘Tis the season for mistletoes, holiday music, and mall madness. However, ‘tis also the season for house fires and water damage.

Keep your holiday celebrations safe and worry-free with West Somerset County’s SERVPRO, providing you with holiday safety tips to prevent fires and frozen pipes for your Somerset County home.

Space Heaters
Whether you have a space heater from the 90s that is still kicking or a new, visually appealing fireplace heater, here are some tips to help you avoid a fire due to your heater.

  • Never turn on a heater you suspect is damaged.
  • Before use, inspect the heater, power cord, and plug for any defects.
  • Never leave the heater operating while unattended, or while you’re sleeping.
  • Keep materials such as beds, sofas, curtains, papers, and clothes at least 3 feet from the front, top, sides, and back of the heater.
  • Make sure the heater plug fits tightly into the outlet - if not, don’t use this outlet. Poor electrical connections are another leading cause of fires.
  • Ensure that the heater is placed on a stable, level surface and located where it will not be knocked over.

Christmas Trees
One of the deadliest types of fires that occurs during the holiday season involves live Christmas trees. Here are some tips to help you avoid Christmas tree fires.

  • Keep your tree properly watered
  • Check for electrical issues and broken bulbs when hanging lights on the tree.
  • Remove heat sources in close proximity to the tree.
  • Unplug your tree when you’re not home and overnight.

Fireplaces
There’s nothing like sitting in front of a fire, sipping cocoa, and watching a holiday movie. Keep fires from reaching outside the fireplace with these safety tips:

  • Clean up build-up and ash before lighting a new fire.
  • Schedule an annual chimney inspection before the season.
  • Use safe fire starters - this includes well-seasoned hardwood or CSIA-approved logs.
  • For kindling, stick to fired twigs or branches
  • Ensure all of the embers are completely burnt out before heading to bed.

Reach out with any and all of your questions and inquiries: (732) 805-9944

About SERVPRO Team Harvey
SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan is proudly owned by Lance and Jennifer Harvey - a husband and wife duo that owns three other SERVPRO locations, including SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan, SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City, and SERVPRO of Aberdeen/Holmdel.

We understand the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.”

How to Prepare Your Branchburg Home for Winter Storms

10/27/2022 (Permalink)

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Are you ready for winters storm damage?

Winter is coming, and along with it, the promise of cold winds, ice, and snow hang in the air. Winter storms and extreme cold can cause untold damage to your home and surrounding property, but pre-season prep can make all the difference. Let SERVPRO of West Somerset County give you some tips to prepare your home for winter storm damage

Clean Gutters

Clean out your gutters while preparing for a winter storm. If your gutters are housing piles of leaves, sticks, and other debris, there’s a bigger risk of them falling off of your home with the added snow and ice. Protecting your gutters is also protecting your home from mold, mildew, and other water damage

Extend Downspouts

Extending downspouts will prevent pools of water, ice, and any debris from sitting stagnant around the foundation of your home, causing severe water damage. 

Tree Removal

If you have old trees close to your home, you may want to consider getting them removed ahead of the winter season. One nor’easter is all it takes for the tree to fall into your home. Even if your trees are appropriately far from the house, be sure to trim any daunting branches too close for comfort before the wind does it for you.

Battery Powered Smoke/Carbon Detectors

Having battery powered smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are essential to staying safe if your power goes out. In the event that there’s a house fire during a winter storm, these detectors will work in alerting you, as opposed to the hardwired detectors which will no longer be powered.

Chimney Cleaning

Cleaning your chimney is extremely important before the winter months, especially if you depend on it for heat. Ensure that it is thoroughly cleaned by a professional and ready for use before lighting your first fire. Keep in mind that snow and ice can block chimneys vents, and dryer exhausts - so be sure to keep these areas as clear as possible during and after a storm before usage. If they are clogged, there’s a larger chance of a house fire or fire damage.

Caulk Windows & Doors

If your windows and doors could use some re-caulking, now is the time to do it. This will help with any water damage and will keep your home warm and draft-free. If snow is piling up around your home, it could melt and seep through your doors and windows, causing mold, mildew, and other water damage.



Roof Inspection

Before the winter months, be sure to have your roof checked. Snow, ice, hail, and harsh winds are an inevitable part of winter weather. Get your roof inspected for missing shingles, cracks, leaks, etc. before heading into the winter season.

Let SERVPRO of West Somerset County Help Your Recover from Water and Storm Damage

At SERVPRO, we can help you recover from water damage resulting from a winter natural disaster. We’ll take care of plumbing leaks, flooding, roof leaks, sewer or toilet backups, fire damage, and much more. If water damage has already resulted in mold and mildew, we have services and skilled personnel that can be of assistance with mold remediation. We hope this blog helped you learn more about how to prepare your Branchburg home for winter storms.

Reach out with any and all of your questions and inquiries: (732) 805-9944

About SERVPRO Team Harvey

SERVPRO of West Somerset County is proudly owned by Lance and Jennifer Harvey - a husband and wife duo that owns three other SERVPRO locations, including SERVPRO of Holmdel/Aberdeen, SERVPRO of Hoboken/Union City, and SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan

We understand the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it “like it never even happened.” 

How To Handle Water And Storm Damage Calmly

9/13/2022 (Permalink)

Adverse weather can cause significant storm damage to even the most well designed properties, since the powerful winds can inflict debasement while heavy rainfall can cause considerable ground flooding. Below are some tips for calmly handling it. Before checking for specific property damage, ensure your own safety by being on the lookout for power lines which have fallen and standing water which might be electrically charged.

Inspect the Plumbing

Review the pipes indoors and outdoors. Shut off your water valves for the sinks and toilets, and if you notice that sewage has backed up into the shower or beneath the commode, this means the primary sewer line could be broken or clogged. Avoid using the toilet or sink as this will make the situation worse.

Review Your Electrical Systems and Appliances

Any appliances which have been exposed to liquid must be disconnected immediately and then serviced prior to being used again. Inspect the cables for frayed wiring and look out for sparks. If you notice structural damage or wires which have been exposed, contact an electrician and do not activate the power as you might electrocute yourself. While the majority of external breaker boxes are designed to be water tight they may nevertheless be exposed during a serious storm, so do not handle them if water is present. Avoid metallic fences or surfaces in the area as they might contain an electrical charge from nearby utility wires.

Check The Roof

You’ll want to check the roof for shingles which are missing, but be careful during your ascent and descent so you don’t fall down. If you notice that shingles are absent, you’ll want to contact a roofing contractor as soon as possible since missing shingles can lead to water leakage and roofers have the skills and equipment needed to repair them.

How to Handle Flooding

Standing water needs to be removed as soon as possible, as it poses a number of hazards. Unless you have the knowledge or tools needed to do it yourself, you’ll want to contact a restoration firm, but in the meantime you’ll need to employ a pump for draining it, use wet dried vacuums and get rid of any objects which are absorbent and contaminated. Dehumidifiers and air movers can be used for drying. Throw away any perishables which have been exposed to the flood water, including canned goods, cosmetics, medication and packaged food.

Vehicles

Cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other automobiles are readily damaged by flood water, along with falling debris or tree limbs. Any vehicle which has sustained such damage should be reported to your insurance company, and broken windows should be covered if it appears the vehicle can be salvaged. Make a list of any valuables inside that have been damaged or lost.

Only Hire Reputable Contractors

Unfortunately, there are unscrupulous people who will take advantage of those who have been affected by natural disasters or storms. To avoid such scams, be sure to only work with contractors that are well known or live locally, do not pay for work until the job is complete and watch for contractors that attempt to pressure you. Always get written estimates before the work begins.

Does Your Home Have Adequate Water Damage Protection?

9/1/2022 (Permalink)

Here's a question for you homeowners: What is one of the costliest yet most common disasters you can experience? Annually, it costs homeowners billions of dollars! Answer: water damage. Your most important asset should be safeguarded against water damage.

How do you execute water damage protection? Insurance is one of the best ways to guard yourself financially. Various types of policies are used, however, for different types of water damage. We are going to look at several aspects of water damage protection and then alert you as to the best service to call when you suffer water damage.

Insurance and Water Damage

People get homeowner’s, commercial, and renter’s insurance to protect themselves and their finances against numerous possibilities – water damage being one of them. Renter’s and homeowner’s insurance provide coverage for wind driven rain, burst pipes, and damage from roof ice dams. A standard homeowner’s policy basically covers water damage that originates at the top of the premises and flows downward (i.e., burst sprinklers, rainfall, etc.).

Not all policies cover drain and sewer backups. To your renter’s and homeowner’s coverage, you may be able to purchase a backup rider to cover sewer issues.

More often than not, water that begins at the bottom of a premises and flows up is covered by a separate policy for flood insurance (i.e., an overflowing river). This can be purchased from private insurers or the NFIP (National Flood Insurance Program).

One of the best ways to prevent water damage is to maintain a home or building properly.

Water Seepage – Prevent It

Water seepage is a problem in the basements of many homes, apartment buildings, commercial buildings, etc. To prevent water damage, it must be stopped. Here are some ways to deal with water seepage in basements:

  • Install a backwater valve.
  • Make certain that water drains in a direction away from your home, apartment, facility, etc.
  • Reseal your basement.

Indoor Plumbing Systems – Maintain and Understand Them

You don't have to be a plumber to have at least a minimal understanding of plumbing systems. You should do all you can to maintain them so that water damage doesn't occur. Here are some suggestions:

  • Check all heating and plumbing pipes regularly.
  • Within your plumbing system, install a valve for emergency pressure release.
  • Know the location of your home’s main water shut off valve.
  • Shut the water supply to the washing machine off when you're away on vacation.
  • Inspect tubs and showers.
  • Inspect all appliance faucets and hoses.

Your Home’s Exterior – Make Repairs And Protect It

Certain seasons and climates can be hard on the exterior of your home. Repair and protect it in the following manners:

  • Install gutter guards.
  • Check irrigation systems and sprinklers.
  • Check your downspouts.
  • Inspect your roof.
  • Seal and caulk windows.

Your Possessions Must Be Protected

Here are some ways in which you can protect your possessions against water damage or deal with water damage when it occurs:

  • Keep your home inventory up to date.
  • In basements, keep your belongings stored off of the floor (skids work to an extent) and on shelving whenever possible.
  • If there is a risk of water destruction, don't store memorabilia or valuables in that area.
  • In waterproof bins, store bulk items and seasonal gear.

Let SERVPRO of West Somerset Help You Recover from Water Damage

At SERVPRO, we can help you recover from a flood resulting from a natural disaster, plumbing leaks and flooding, roof leaks, sewer or toilet backups, fire/water damage, and more. If water damage has already resulted in mold and mildew, we also have services that can be of assistance with mold remediation. Water damage and flooding don't have regular work hours – so we have available emergency service 24/7.

Feel free to contact us if you have any enquiries!

How To Handle Water And Storm Damage Calmly

5/8/2022 (Permalink)

Adverse weather can cause significant storm damage to even the most well designed properties, since the powerful winds can inflict debasement while heavy rainfall can cause considerable ground flooding. Below are some tips for calmly handling it. Before checking for specific property damage, ensure your own safety by being on the lookout for power lines which have fallen and standing water which might be electrically charged.

Inspect the Plumbing

Review the pipes indoors and outdoors. Shut off your water valves for the sinks and toilets, and if you notice that sewage has backed up into the shower or beneath the commode, this means the primary sewer line could be broken or clogged. Avoid using the toilet or sink as this will make the situation worse.

Review Your Electrical Systems and Appliances

Any appliances which have been exposed to liquid must be disconnected immediately and then serviced prior to being used again. Inspect the cables for frayed wiring and look out for sparks. If you notice structural damage or wires which have been exposed, contact an electrician and do not activate the power as you might electrocute yourself. While the majority of external breaker boxes are designed to be water tight they may nevertheless be exposed during a serious storm, so do not handle them if water is present. Avoid metallic fences or surfaces in the area as they might contain an electrical charge from nearby utility wires.

Check The Roof

You’ll want to check the roof for shingles which are missing, but be careful during your ascent and descent so you don’t fall down. If you notice that shingles are absent, you’ll want to contact a roofing contractor as soon as possible since missing shingles can lead to water leakage and roofers have the skills and equipment needed to repair them.

How to Handle Flooding

Standing water needs to be removed as soon as possible, as it poses a number of hazards. Unless you have the knowledge or tools needed to do it yourself, you’ll want to contact a restoration firm, but in the meantime you’ll need to employ a pump for draining it, use wet dried vacuums and get rid of any objects which are absorbent and contaminated. Dehumidifiers and air movers can be used for drying. Throw away any perishables which have been exposed to the flood water, including canned goods, cosmetics, medication and packaged food.

Vehicles

Cars, trucks, motorcycles, and other automobiles are readily damaged by flood water, along with falling debris or tree limbs. Any vehicle which has sustained such damage should be reported to your insurance company, and broken windows should be covered if it appears the vehicle can be salvaged. Make a list of any valuables inside that have been damaged or lost.

Only Hire Reputable Contractors

Unfortunately, there are unscrupulous people who will take advantage of those who have been affected by natural disasters or storms. To avoid such scams, be sure to only work with contractors that are well known or live locally, do not pay for work until the job is complete and watch for contractors that attempt to pressure you. Always get written estimates before the work begins.

Top Tips To Tackle Ceiling Cleaning Tasks

4/21/2022 (Permalink)

Do you remember when the last time you cleaned your ceilings was? They are often the most overlooked when it comes to the daily cleaning routine. As such, they are usually dirtier than other areas of your home. If you want to get cleaning with your ceilings, here are some tips to help you kickstart your ceiling cleaning project!

Work from Top to Bottom

You should always start the cleaning right at the ceiling and then work your way down towards the floor. That way, you’ll be able to pick up any debris or dust that has fallen loose from the ceilings.

Don’t Overextend Your Reach When Using A Ladder or Step Stool

Always make sure your ladder is properly secured; ensure you have someone around to act as a spotter, to help hold onto your ladder as you are cleaning at heights.

Clean With Daylight

Perform your cleaning during the day so that you’ll be able to properly see any dirt or dust accumulated on the ceiling. You don’t want to end up doing the same job twice if you haven’t cleaned it properly the first time.

Use The Right Tools for The Job

Since your reach could be limited, extend it by using a long duster or with a vacuum attachment. Use a clean microfiber cloth, mixed with a reliable cleaning solution to achieve the best results.

Take Care to Protect Your Furniture

Before cleaning, you should pull any furniture underneath a few feet away in case any dust or drops of water land on them. You can also cover them with a tarp or dry cloths.

Schedule Regular Cleaning of Your Ceiling in The Future

Whilst engaging in deep cleaning of your ceiling is useful to keep your house clean once in a while, you should try to clean it more frequently to keep your rooms feeling inviting and refreshing. To clean any of your light fixtures or ceiling fans, regularly clean the blades with a good reliable microfiber cloth or a duster. Remove any of the grime or dust on the light fixtures as well.

Unsightly cobwebs and dust can accumulate very quickly, especially in the corners of your ceiling. You can easily remove them by using a long extendable duster or a vacuum attachment.

If your ceiling has crown molding and trims, dust may build up in the small details and along the edges of the trims. You can wipe them using a clean cloth together with a trusted cleaning solution. If you can’t reach the finer, intricate details, you can use an unwanted toothbrush to clean them instead.

Get Reliable And Trustworthy Clean-up And Restoration Services at SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan/Financial District

We are an award-winning company with a team of highly experienced experts, equipped with the required advanced techniques to solve any of your problems. Do consider our ceiling, floor and wall cleaning services at SERVPRO of Lower Manhattan/Financial District if you face any difficulties or problems with cleaning your homes. We also perform air duct and HVAC cleaning as your heating or air conditioning systems can distribute the contaminants, that have accumulated in the ceilings or walls of your home, throughout your property.