FROZEN PIPE DAMAGE

Frozen pipes are a leading source of property damage during severe winter weather. It can cause a devastating loss of time and money for your business. But rest assured, ServiceMaster Recovery Management can help and do so while minimizing business interruption.

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At SRM, we will contact you within an hour and be can on-site within two to four hours of your first call. We will use our extensive and proven frozen pipe damage process to return your business to pre-loss condition as quickly as possible. 

It is important to take care of a water damage problem immediately. The longer water damage goes unresolved, the more time the damage has to become worse.  

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FROZEN PIPE DAMAGE : WHY YOU MUST ACT ASAP

Preparing adequately for winter hazards will keep you alert and ready to pivot at a moment’s notice to avoid a loss in productivity. These tips can help reduce risk to your business and protect employees throughout the winter months.

Preparing adequately for winter hazards will keep you alert and ready to pivot at a moment’s notice to avoid a loss in productivity. These tips can help reduce risk to your business and protect employees throughout the winter months.

ALWAYS BE PREPARED

It is important to take care of a water damage problem immediately. The longer water damage goes unresolved, the more time the damage has to become worse.  

FROZEN PIPE DAMAGE: WHY YOU MUST ACT ASAP

FROZEN PIPE DAMAGE SERVICE REQUEST

For Immediate Help: Call 844.413.3130

24/7/365 Emergency Hotline:  844-413-3130


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Tips to Prepare Your Business for Winter

Download the following checklist to help manage the situation and minimize business interruption.

  • Immediate Response to Your Loss
  • 24/7/365 Emergency Response
  • Certified by the IICRC
  • Advanced Equipment and Resource Staging
  • Inspect and Assess Damage
  • Create Customized Restoration Plan for Your Business
  • Packout Business Contents
  • Remove Water
  • Dehumidification
  • Moisture Monitoring 
  • Reconstruction
  • Additional Services

24/7/365 Emergency Hotline:  844-413-3130


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ACTIVE CONDITIONS

WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TOMORROW INTO THIS WEEKEND
Updated Forecast - 2/18/2021

This weekend, we are expecting to see warmer temperatures that will allow daytime thaws across much of the US that has been impacted by historic low temperatures over the past 2 weeks. Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana power outages should continue to improve over the next few days as the weather warms up and precipitation moves out of the region. The latest medium-range outlooks calls for the plains and northern plains to have average to above average temperatures for late February. Today, Snow will continue across portions of southwest Texas, the Tennessee to Ohio Valleys and into the Northeast.

Snow will begin across southern Ontario to southeast New England by this afternoon, and the St. Lawrence River Valley through Atlantic Canada Friday. The heaviest additional snowfall of 6-10 inches falling at rates to 0.75"/hr will occur from the Poconos through the Berkshires and greater Boston area. Snow will taper off across the Tennessee to Ohio Valley through this evening, the Northeast Friday evening, and Atlantic Canada Saturday.

Freezing rain will continue today across portions of Texas and in the Mid-Atlantic. Freezing rain will move into more of southern New England later today. Additional ice accretions of 0.25-0.50 inch will occur across south-central Virginia and adjacent northern North Carolina. Freezing rain will come to an end across Texas tonight, the Mississippi and Tennessee Valley later today, and the Mid-Atlantic to the Northeast Friday morning. Scattered severe storms will occur in the Southeast this morning through the afternoon. Isolated tornadoes, wind gusts to 60 mph and local flash flooding will be the concerns with this activity.

Disruptions to logistical operations are expected, with road and interstate closures causing travel delays, and downed trees and power outages in areas of heavy icing. In addition, those areas that have experienced extended periods of below freezing temperatures will start to see water pipe breaks as temperatures warm up.  

Check your local forecast here.

If you are in need of our services please call the Emergency SRM Hotline: 844-215-7619.

If you need our services please call the Emergency SRM Hotline: 844-413-3130.

WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TOMORROW INTO THIS WEEKEND
Updated Forecast - 2/18/2021

This weekend, we are expecting to see warmer temperatures that will allow daytime thaws across much of the US that has been impacted by historic low temperatures over the past 2 weeks. Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana power outages should continue to improve over the next few days as the weather warms up and precipitation moves out of the region. The latest medium-range outlooks calls for the plains and northern plains to have average to above average temperatures for late February. Today, Snow will continue across portions of southwest Texas, the Tennessee to Ohio Valleys and into the Northeast.

Low-Temperature Forecast

Snow will begin across southern Ontario to southeast New England by this afternoon, and the St. Lawrence River Valley through Atlantic Canada Friday. The heaviest additional snowfall of 6-10 inches falling at rates to 0.75"/hr will occur from the Poconos through the Berkshires and greater Boston area. Snow will taper off across the Tennessee to Ohio Valley through this evening, the Northeast Friday evening, and Atlantic Canada Saturday.

Freezing rain will continue today across portions of Texas and in the Mid-Atlantic. Freezing rain will move into more of southern New England later today. Additional ice accretions of 0.25-0.50 inch will occur across south-central Virginia and adjacent northern North Carolina. Freezing rain will come to an end across Texas tonight, the Mississippi and Tennessee Valley later today, and the Mid-Atlantic to the Northeast Friday morning. Scattered severe storms will occur in the Southeast this morning through the afternoon. Isolated tornadoes, wind gusts to 60 mph and local flash flooding will be the concerns with this activity.

Disruptions to logistical operations are expected, with road and interstate closures causing travel delays, and downed trees and power outages in areas of heavy icing. In addition, those areas that have experienced extended periods of below freezing temperatures will start to see water pipe breaks as temperatures warm up.  
 

Check your local forecast here.
If you are in need of our services please call the Emergency SRM Hotline: 844-215-7619.

10 TIPS TO PREPARE YOUR BUSINESS FOR WINTER

1. Create a safety plan: 
This plan should inform everyone on the staff of what to do and where to turn for information in the event of an emergency. The plan should be reviewed once a year to check past problems and plan for new, unexpected occurrences.

2. Set Up Weather Alert Notifications: 

Setting up alerts can help you make decisions on whether or not to close or instruct staff to work from home.
 
3. Clear Areas Prone to Ice Dams: 

There are many solutions to ice dams, ranging from as simple as installing sheet metal strips to as complex as reconstructing a roof to add more insulation and ventilation. Make sure all gutters and downspouts are clear as much as possible to avoid a buildup.
 
4. Schedule preventative HVAC maintenance: 

A professional should always come out prior to the heavy winter months to empty drain traps, clean air vents, change filters, check hoses and look for any inconsistencies that may indicate a larger problem.

5. Create a Power Loss Plan: 

Back up all important documents and store them where they can be accessed from a cloud server. If your business is mission-critical, having a backup generator set to automatically kick start and run until the power is back on should be a priority. All employees should be aware of a centralized place where all safety supplies are available.

6. Protect the Plumbing: 

Let faucets drip slowly during non-work hours. Make sure the outside faucets are frost-free and monitor your water supply lines. If water supply lines are located in unheated areas, call a plumber to provide some form of protection that can help get you through the winter without worry. 
Note that if you do check your outside faucets and they are not are not frost-free, the best course of action is to turn off the outside faucet line and drain it.

7. Keep the Heat On: 

During the winter months, keeping the heat above 55 degrees. If employees are allowed to use individual space heaters, make sure they are used properly, and maintain a safe distance from anything flammable.
 
8. Train employees: 

Employees should be trained 
on the proper use of using a fire extinguisher. Make 
sure fire extinguishers are checked and replaced in a timely manner.

9. Reduce risk to employees and customers: 

Make sure you have the right equipment on hand to prevent slipping and injury. That means using rock salt or sand, snow shovels, and a rotating schedule to ensure the grounds are always safe to walk on.

10. Supplies: 

Make sure there are extra supplies on hand just in case employees are temporarily stranded at the office. Water, snacks, and extra blankets can go a long way in keeping everyone warm, safe and secure.

The health of your business is vitally important throughout the winter months when an unexpected storm can create a huge mess, operationally and financially. Using these tips to prepare your business for winter and stay proactive rather than reactive.