We Are Hiring for a Water Technician!
SERVPRO of Coos is hiring for a Water Damage Technician!
Do you love being an investigator and finding out what happened? Well we have the perfect job for you!
Join Our Disaster Recovery Team today!
SERVPRO is a water damage response team that receives calls in Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties when local residents or businesses have water damages from broken pipes to sewer back ups and we are looking for first responders to join our Disaster Recovery Team!
This would entail having a current drivers license and passing a background check.
When someone has a water damage they call us for help. This responder would be the individual who shows up in the equipped vehicle, assesses emergency clean up and relays information to office and home owner.
If this sounds like an exciting position to you, apply in person today!
1640 Maple Street, Suite B
North Bend, OR 97459
Floor Tenting: Alternate Drying Methods
This is the plastic tenting built to more efficiently control the humidity and direct the hot dry air.
SERVPRO of Coos Curry and Del Norte Counties has the special drying capabilities to salvage all types of floor coverings.
We were recently drying out solid hardwood and marble tile by a "tenting" method that allows us to better direct and control the heated air.
SERVPRO also used a sandwich of drying chambers to dry the layered materials from top and bottom drying chambers simultaneously. This means setting up a drying chamber in the crawlspace also! We are equipped with smaller units that fit into more confined spaces.
In efforts to salvage the materials, the flooring under the plastic tenting gets heated with the hot dry air.
Fire in Commercial building in Brookings, OR
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties was recently called out to help with a spontaneous combustion that occurred in Brookings, OR.
This was an unknown cause that started in the bathroom. The tenants reported an explosion in the bathroom in one of the units during their stay. There is a current investigation to further determine the cause. These types of events are completely unforeseen and there is no prevention.
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties was able to remove the permanently damaged materials, and clean the remaining areas for soot damage.
Give us a call for immediate assistance.
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties travels from North Bend to service all 3 counites day or night. Call us 24/7 @ 541-808-2600
Residential Fire Damage in Empire, OR
SERVPRO of Coos Curry & Del Norte Counties can help with any size disaster.
Recently, SERVPRO of Coos helped a family in need when their family home was damaged in the middle of the night. We were able to bring this home back to preloss condition in 5 weeks!
The home owner was extremely happy with us, she lived out of town during the time of the damage. We were able to facilitate the entire project with the insurance company so she was not burden any more during this challenging time for our nation.
If you have a fire damage and need material removal or soot removal for soot damage, we are here to help 24/7.
Call us at 541-808-2600 for more information on our process and specific services.
Local Awareness for Fire Damage in the Summer
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties would like to spread local awareness on BBQ's or smokers in or next to structures:
SERVPRO recently assisted with the fire damage caused by a smoker that was on the exterior wooden porch.
We would like to remind our community that these type of structures are not able to handle the heat often caused by a smoker or barbeque.
We urge you to move the barbeque out to an open area away from structures, tall grass, or out buildings when in use. Flames can often get much higher than one anticipates causing severe damages, so please have a water hose within reach, and check with local fire departments for permission.
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties
1640 Maple Street Suite B
North Bend, Oregon 97459
Campfires in Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties
Let's keep our forests green this summer!
After our recent lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all eager to get back outside and enjoy the sun. Here are some tips to help the fires stay to a minimum.
Good practices to keep our communities safe:
- Call and report all suspected unattended fires. If you wee a fire or smoke coming from an uninhabited area, call local authorities to report such.
- Put out fires completely when done. This can be done.
- Do not throw out cigarette butts (or any burning materials) from a moving vehicle.
- Check with local authorities before burning trash.
- Be very safe with fireworks this this 4th of July.
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties is here to help our community better prevent these type of disasters. Check our Facebook page for local updates as well.
Stay safe out here Coos County!
COVID-19 EPA approved products
SERVPRO COVID-19 PRODUCTS:
1) What is #100 SERVPROXIDE made of?
#100 SERVPROXIDE is a Hospital Grade EPA Registered water-based disinfectant. It contains the active ingredients of stabilized chlorine dioxide and quaternary ammonium chloride. It also contains a biodegradable, non-hazardous blend of surfactants to help solubilize the microbial proteins which allow the active ingredients to oxidize and remove the microbe more efficiently. #100 SERVPROXIDE carries the EPA’s lowest toxicity category and is NSF certified for direct food contact surface use. It has a wide spectrum of applications on both porous and hard non-porous surfaces. In addition, it has an extensive efficacy list which includes norovirus, rotavirus and adenovirus. Finally, it is a strong and robust disinfectant without the safety issues of other disinfectants.
3) Can you explain the EPA product list?
The EPA has put out a list named “List N: Disinfectants for Use Against SARS-CoV-2”. The most current list can be found here: https://www.epa.gov/pesticide-registration/list-n-disinfectants-use-against-sars-cov-2.
SARS-CoV-2 is the virus that has been identified and the cause for the disease named COVID-19.
4) What products do we have that are on the current EPA list?
SERVPRO currently has five products that are on the list: #100 SERVPROXIDE, #172 Benefect Decon-30, #127N Concrobium Disinfectant 2, #175 Vanquish, and #154F Sporicidin.
Call our office today for pricing on COVID-19 disinfecting @ 541-808-2600
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned
Window stickers are a visual recognition that this establishment has been certified cleaned as of a date, so consumers know you care.
Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned Program - A Higher Standard of Clean
SERVPRO is introducing a new Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned Program for commercial buildings to offer peace of mind to your customers.
Did you know that 89% of consumers said they are hesitant about returning to brick-and-mortar establishments according to a recent survey?
And of those, 40% say that cleanliness is a major factor for concern?
We all know they aren’t talking about dirt. They are talking the invisible germs and pathogens that we can’t see.
They are talking about coronavirus, and patrons and employees want to feel safe and secure when America does reopen for business.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed what it means to be clean.
SERVPRO is thrilled that we are part of the solution to get the country back, whether that is back to work, back to business, back to school, or back to community.
Window stickers are a visual recognition and offered at the time of service, and will be renewed at each cleaning visit.
For more information call us at 541-808-2600.
Sewer back up in Powers, OR
The city caused a sewerage back up in Powers, OR this summer.
They are currently working to get this issue resolved, however efforts are still in progress.
There were residential complications due to the back up, and several homes were affected in the Powers area.
SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties has helped with remediating after this event.
We are able remove the mess and/or odor. If you have or suspect water damage, or if you notice an odor inside your home give us a call today.
If you have been affected by the sewer back up in Powers, SERVPRO is ready to help. Call us at 541-808-2600 immediately. We will walk you through the process of returning your home to preloss condition.
2020 Increase in Local House Fires
Coos County House Fires
SERVPRO has seen an increase in residential fires this year, and we want to share some causes with our community to spread awareness:
Unattended Candles -
When candles are left unattended they can cause a fire multiple ways. We want to encourage our community to put out any candles in rooms that are not currently occupied.
Unattended Cooking -
When ranges or ovens are left unattended we are risking a potential fire to break out. Splashing oil, burned foods, or even unseen substances are extremely flammable. Any time you are cooking we recommend not leaving the kitchen unsupervised as these things can happen in a matter of seconds.
Unattended campfires -
Campfires or burn barrels should be 50+ ft away from any surrounding structures. Wind can carry flames causing damage to nearby structures. Please do not build fires near any structures.
If you would like more information please call us at 541-808-2600, we are happy to help at SERVPRO of Coos, Curry & Del Norte Counties.