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Mold Growth in the Winter

2/24/2020 (Permalink)

Mold on a window covered in condensation SERVPRO of Upper Darby has the training and expertise to remediate the mold in your home or business.

The lack of moisture in the cold air leads people to believe they don’t have to worry about mold growth during the winter. There are several factors that lead to increased concerns about mold during the winter months.

Water Damage

A leaking pipes or roof can create a constant source of moisture in your home. If you find a leak, get it repaired immediately. Mold may compound the problem if the moisture problem is not addressed immediately.

Turning Up the Heat

During the winter months our homes are sealed up tight to keep the warm air in. The warm air is unable to leave your home, the trapped moisture and condensation from the increased humidity creates a perfect atmosphere for mold growth. Differences in relative humidity throughout the house can also increase the chances of mold growth.

Using Humidifiers

Due to the dry air during the winter, there is a high use of humidifiers. Having moisture in the air can be helpful but if you aren’t careful, the over using of a humidifier can cause mold growth. To avoid any issues use them in moderation.

Lack of Ventilation

Indoor air is typically drier overall during the winter months but certain areas of the home may experience intensified levels of humidity due to a lack of ventilation. Kitchens and bathrooms are particularly susceptible to this issue. Something as little as steam from the shower, sink or stove can create a big problem. During cold weather, windows are closed tightly and condensation collects on indoor surfaces such as cold walls or windows and frames. This moisture creates an ideal conditions for mold growth in winter.

Identifying the Source of the Mold

Moisture conditions indoors can lead to the growth of mold and mildew. The best way to control mold growth is to control moisture. It’s crucial to identify the source of the moisture and remedy the problem at the source. For instance, if you discover mold under your sink due to a leaking pipe repair the pipe or shut the water off to the sink. You may not notice mold growth in certain area, this does not mean that mold isn’t present or that it won’t grow if you don’t take action.

Humidity & Condensation

Reduce Humidity

Keep indoor humidity low. If possible, keep indoor humidity below 60 percent (ideally between 30 and 50 percent) relative humidity. Relative humidity can be measured with a moisture or humidity meter, a small, inexpensive ($10-$50) instrument available at many hardware stores.

Actions that will help to reduce humidity:

  • Vent appliances that produce moisture, such as clothes dryers, stoves, and kerosene heaters to the outside where possible. (Combustion appliances such as stoves and kerosene heaters produce water vapor and will increase the humidity unless vented to the outside.)
  • Run the bathroom fan or open the window when showering. Use exhaust fans or open windows whenever cooking, running the dishwasher or dishwashing, etc.
  • Use air de-humidifiers when needed.

Reduce Condensation

If you see condensation or moisture collecting on windows, walls or pipes act quickly to dry the wet surface and reduce the moisture/water source. Condensation can be a sign of high humidity.

Actions that will help prevent condensation:

  • Reduce the humidity.
  • Increase ventilation or air movement by opening doors and/or windows, when practical. Use fans as needed.
  • Increase air temperature.
  • Cover cold surfaces, such as cold water pipes, with insulation.

Have a Mold Problem?

Call SERVPRO of Upper Darby – (610) 352-0700

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby

Our advanced equipment helps to detect and stop the source of water feeding the mold. As water and mold damage specialists, we have the experience, the expertise, and the advanced training that enables us to get your property restored quickly and thoroughly.

SERVPRO’s Professional Cleaning Products: Gum Remover

2/21/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO's Professional Gum Remover cleaner The SERVPRO Professional Cleaning Products (SPCP) Division manufactures and distributes professional cleaning products to all franchises.

Gum Remover is a Freon-based freezing agent combined with an environmentally compatible special blend of highly volatile products that uses the cooling effect of the gas to embrittle gum, putty, candle wax, and other gummy substances so that they might be more easily removed. It contains no Chlorofluorocarbons and is safe for use on most textiles. Gum Remover also works well for removing melted crayons.

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The professional Cleaning technicians at SERVPRO of Upper Darby will remove as much surface material as possible with a bone scraper or dull knife. The Gum Remover is then sprayed on the remaining material and a small hammer is used to softly tap the area. The excess material is vacuumed up and the process is repeated if necessary. Any remaining residue, test will be removed by using a volatile solvent. 

For More Information on SERVPRO’s Professional Cleaning Products - Call SERVPRO of Upper Darby at (610) 352-0700

What Is a Biohazard?

2/18/2020 (Permalink)

Biohazard Symbol on a yellow background Need Biohazard Cleanup Services? Call Us Today – (610) 352-0700

Biological Hazards and How SERVPRO of Upper Darby Can Help

Biological hazards, also known as biohazards, refer to biological substances that pose a threat to the health of living organisms – primarily that of humans.  This can include samples of microorganism, virus or toxin (from a biological source) that can affect human health.  It can also include substances harmful to other animals.

Examples of biohazards include:

  • Human remains
  • Human or animal blood
  • Human or animal waste and body fluids
  • Deceased animals
  • Medical waste (used bandages, etc.)
  • Used intravenous needles/syringes
  • Rotting food

All of these substances can harbor bacteria (like E. coli) and viruses (like hepatitis and HIV) that can cause disease in humans and animals.  Biohazards may enter the body and cause damage if they are inhaled through breathing, ingested through swallowing or absorbed through breaks in the skin.

Common Biohazard Scenarios

Bloodborne Pathogens

We remove and dispose of bodily fluids, tissue and other potentially pathogenic substances resulting from accident, trauma, crime or death. Trained SERVPRO of Upper Darby Professionals clean, disinfect and deodorize the structure.

Sewage Backups

Sewage backups and dark water intrusions are more than nasty, smelly deposits – these damages also introduce harmful microorganisms into a structure. We remove the sewage, contaminants, and moisture, and help ensure the structure is properly cleaned, disinfected, and deodorized.

Illegal Drug Manufacturing Labs / Meth Labs

SERVPRO of Upper Darby realizes many of the chemicals used in the production of illegal drugs such as methamphetamine are volatile and can leave harmful residues throughout a structure.  We follow federal and state guidelines to properly clean all surfaces.

Biohazard Cleanup & Restoration

The decontamination of a home or business due to trauma, sewage backups, chemical spills, hoarding or other biohazards can be both dangerous and emotional.  Specialized training and experience is key when choosing a cleanup company to resolve these circumstances. SERVPRO of Upper Darby provides cleanup and recovery services for many biohazard situations. These include the following:

  • Sewage backups
  • Hoarding scenes
  • Animal waste/remains
  • Blood cleanup
  • Suicide/death accidents
  • Homicide cleanups
  • Crime scene residues
  • Accident cleanup
  • Meth lab cleanup
  • Chemical spills
  • Tear gas cleanup
  • Meth lab cleanup

Need Biohazard Cleanup Services? Call Us Today – (610) 352-0700

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby?

Exposure to biological and chemical contaminants can pose serious health consequences.  A failure to properly remove such substances can contribute to unhealthy and dangerous environments.  SERVPRO of Upper Darby is trained to safely remove biohazardous substances and dispose of them properly in accordance with OSHA and health regulations. 

Please refer to our Biohazard Emergency Tips - Until Help Arrives Guide and follow these tips to protect yourself and your property.

The SERVPRO Emergency READY Profile Advantage

2/17/2020 (Permalink)

SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile Logo The SERVPRO® Emergency READY Profile® (ERP) will help ensure you and your business are “Ready for whatever happens.”

Pre-Planning Can Serve as an Insurance Policy Aimed at Peace of Mind After a Disaster in Upper Darby, PA

As many as 50% of businesses close down following a disaster, according to the latest research. Of the businesses that survive, the overwhelming majority of them had a preparedness plan in place. Pre-planning can serve as an insurance policy aimed at peace of mind. And knowing you are "Ready for whatever happens" speaks trust to your clients and employees that in the event your business is affected by a disaster, they don’t necessarily have to be.

By developing a SERVPRO Emergency READY Profile for your business, you minimize business interruption by having an immediate plan of action. Knowing what to do and what to expect in advance is the key to timely mitigation and can help minimize how water and fire damage can affect your business.

Why the SERVPRO Emergency READY Profile Advantage?

A No Cost Assessment of Your Facility

This means there is no need to allocate funds, giving you a great value at no cost.

Establishes SERVPRO of Upper Darby as Your Disaster Mitigation and Restoration Provider

You have a provider that is recognized as an industry leader and close by.

A Guide to Help You Get Back Into Your Building Following a Disaster

This can help minimize the amount of time your business is inactive by having an immediate plan of action.

A Concise Profile Document That Contains Only the Critical Information Needed in the Event Of an Emergency

It will only take a little time to complete and will not take you away from current projects. But it will save a lot of time if ever needed.

Identification of the Line of Command for Authorizing Work to Begin

This saves time so we can begin the work of mitigating the damage which can save you time and money.

Provides Facility Details Such as Shut-Off Valve Locations, Priority Areas and Priority Contact Information

Having a quick reference of what to do, how to do it and who to call provides solutions in advance of an emergency so that during the emergency you are "Ready for whatever happens."

Ready to Get Started? Call SERVPRO of Upper Darby at (610) 352-0700

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby?

If fire or water damage sidelines your business, you need a professional restoration company to quickly restore your property. Every hour spent restoring your business is lost revenue and productivity. Commercial restoration presents unique challenges and we have the training, experience, and resources to handle any size disaster.

Protect Your Home From Water Damage

2/17/2020 (Permalink)

Kitchen with water flooding the floor SERVPRO of Upper Darby specializes in flooding and storm damage restoration

Flooding, plumbing leaks, andwater damage can happen at any time. Internal and external forces can harm valuable items, carpets, furnishings and structural components. Even in a well-maintained building, pipes can break, toilets can overflow, and water can seep behind walls and under floors. Waterlines for refrigerators often create concealed leaks that go unnoticed until mold and mildew have accumulated behind the appliance. The same is true for washing machine hoses that have cracked or become clogged. Water damage can also occur after a violent storm, a flood, or several days of steady rain. Basements and lower levels are especially prone to this type of damage.

Water Damage Statistics

Any type of leak can cause property damage and create safety and health concerns. It's easy to think that water damage or storm damage won't happen to you, but statistics say otherwise. Water damage is among the most common causes of property insurance claims. One in every 55 homes will have a water-related property damage claim this year.

Prevent Water Damage

By taking preventive measures, you can minimize the likelihood of water damage affecting your home. While you cannot stop a storm, you can follow these steps to help prevent water damage in your home.

Kitchens and Bathrooms
Kitchens and bathrooms are susceptible to water damage due to the amount of plumbing in these areas. Fix leaking or dripping pipes promptly, and be aware of elevated humidity levels that could indicate an underlying plumbing problem. Maintain caulk around showers and bathtubs. Water that passes through gaps can penetrate walls and subfloors. If this sealant has cracked or separated, have it repaired. You can probably complete that task yourself.

Inspect waterlines for appliances at least once per year. If hoses are brittle, cracked or crimped, replace them before they fail. Turn off the water supply for all appliances before traveling out of town. Pay special attention to hoses for washing machines, refrigerators, and ice makers. Since washing machines have inlet hoses and drains, they are especially prone to leaks.

Protecting Pipes
Protect plumbing from freezing by insulating pipes that travel along exterior walls or through unheated crawlspaces. On cold nights, open cupboard doors, and let faucets drip. Before winter, drain all watering hoses, and turn off valves for exterior faucets. If a pipe does freeze, don't thaw it too quickly. That's how pipes burst. To protect your plumbing, never set the thermostat below 55 degrees.

If you do experience water damage at your home or business, respond quickly and call the professionals at SERVPRO of Upper Darby - (610) 352-0700

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby?

We specialize in water damage restoration, the cornerstone of our business. We have extensive water damage restoration training, and our process emphasizes regular monitoring and documentation of the drying process from beginning to end.

What You Need to Know About 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)

2/13/2020 (Permalink)

ultrastructural morphology exhibited by coronaviruses 2019-nCoV: Image provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

What is 2019 Novel Coronavirus?

The 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a new virus that causes respiratory illness in people and can spread from person to person. This virus was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China.

Can People in the U.S. get 2019-nCoV?

The 2019-nCoV is spreading from person to person in China and limited spread among close contacts has been detected in some countries outside China, including the United States. At this time, however, this virus is NOT currently spreading in communities in the United States. Right now, the greatest risk of infection is for people in China or people who have traveled to China. Risk of infection is dependent on exposure. Close contacts of people who are infected are at greater risk of exposure, for example health care workers and close contacts of people who are infected with 2019- nCoV. CDC continues to closely monitor the situation.

Have There Been Cases of 2019-nCoV in the U.S.?

Yes. The first infection with 2019-nCoV in the United States was reported on January 21, 2020. The current count of cases of infection with 2019-nCoV in the United States is available on CDC’s webpage.

What Are the Symptoms of 2019-nCoV?

Patients with 2019-nCoV have reportedly had mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of

  • cough
  • fever
  • shortness of breath

Are There Severe Complications From This Virus?

Many patients have pneumonia in both lungs.

Is There a Treatment?

There is no specific antiviral treatment for 2019-nCoV. People with 2019-nCov can seek medical care to help relieve symptoms.

How Does 2019-nCoV Spread?

This virus probably originally emerged from an animal source but now seems to be spreading from person to person. It’s important to note that person-to-person spread can happen on a continuum. Some viruses are highly contagious (like measles), while other viruses are less so. At this time, it’s unclear how easily or sustainably this virus is spreading between people.

How Can I Help Protect Myself?

The best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed to this virus. There are simple everyday preventive actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses. These include:

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available.

How Can I Prevent Spreading Illness to Others?

  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Is There a Vaccine?

There is currently no vaccine to protect against 2019-nCoV. The best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed to this virus.

What Should I Do If I Recently Traveled to China and Got Sick?

 If you were in China within the past 14 days and feel sick with fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, you should seek medical care. Call the office of your health care provider before you go and tell them about your travel and your symptoms. They will give you instructions on how to get care without exposing other people to your illness. While sick, avoid contact with people, don’t go out and delay any travel to reduce the possibility of spreading illness to others.

Where Can I Find Official Health Updates On the 2019-nCoV?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a dedicated page on their website with up to date information on the 2019 novel coronavirus and a global map of current case reports.

Need Your Home or Work Place Cleaned and Disinfected?

Call SERVPRO of Upper Darby – (610) 352-0700

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby?

At SERVPRO of Upper Darby, we stay informed of the latest updates and prepare for what our customers may need.  We'll be closely watching this outbreak and will stay abreast of the cleaning protocols and hope we don't need to put them into practice.

How Can I Prevent Damage in My Retail Space?

2/11/2020 (Permalink)

Welcome We Are Open, Please Come In hanging on a retail store's door The professionals at SERVPRO of Upper Darby have specialized in commercial restoration for over 20 years

As a business owner, the well-being of your property is, and should be, a priority. When an issue arises, it’s up to you and your employees to respond quickly to minimize the damage and limit business interruptions. Here are a few things you, as a business owner, can do to help prevent damage.

Prevent Severe Water Damage

Water damage occurs due to excessive moisture and water. This may seem like common sense but we sometimes overlook minor issues that appear insignificant. To prevent water from infiltrating and harming your business, make sure to look for signs of excess water on the floor, behind walls, in the ceiling and any other surface. This can be evident by seeing dark or dried water spots, warped flooring, peeling or bubbling paint and wall paper, or noticing an order. It’s important to handle these warning signs before they become a major issue.

Prevent Severe Mold Damage

The best way to prevent mold damage from occurring is to take note of the conditions in which your business is operating. This is everything from effective mopping techniques, preventing excess water from lingering, to watching humidity levels throughout the day. If you see signs of mold growth, it’s important to address this as soon as possible to prevent further damage from occurring.

Prevent Severe Fire Damage

To prevent fire damage, it’s important to know your business’s fire risks. We strong recommend against allowing employees to light candles. Open flames, dry air and clutter can all eventually contribute to a fire. Be sure not to overload electrical outlets and keep them clear of clutter.

If your business suffers a loss, call SERVPRO of Upper Darby - (610) 352-0700

Why Choose SERVPRO of Bear / New Castle?

At SERVPRO of Upper Darby our number one priority is getting your business back in operation as quickly as possible. When disaster strikes your retail space, you need the expertise of a specialized team who is trained to limit business interruption. At SERVPRO of Upper Darby our team is able to work around unaffected areas and after hours, allowing you to keep your doors open. Our expert teams have the experience of working with retailers to make sure surfaces, displays and merchandise are restored to preloss condition, and you’re back to business as usual.

Our experience in the retail industry means we’re proficient in the cleanup and restoration of all types of facilities including:

  • Department Stores
  • National Chain Stores
  • Shopping Malls
  • Supermarkets
  • Small Businesses
  • Specialty Retailers

The retail world is numbers- driven. So is the one company more businesses call on when fire or water damage threatens their bottom line. SERVPRO of Upper Darby. The #1 Choice in Commercial Cleanup and Restoration.

National Burn Awareness Week

2/3/2020 (Permalink)

Image of a contact burn on a female's hand 2020 National Burn Awareness Week

Each year, over 450,000 individuals are seen in emergency departments, clinics, or physician’s offices for the treatment of a burn injury in the United States and Canada. In 2014 alone, there were 3,275 recorded deaths from fire and smoke inhalation injuries. The majority of these injuries are preventable. The American Burn Association strives bring awareness to the causes of such devastating and costly injuries and encourages everyone to make simple environmental and behavioral changes that can save lives.

The following facts and tips are meant to be shared and we hope you will use them and pass them on to help spread the word on the dangers that exist and what can be done to decrease the risk.

Contact Burns

A contact burn is a burn caused by touching a hot object.


  • Supervise children around hot objects at all times.
  • Protect your feet from hot objects by wearing shoes when walking on hot pavement or sand. Keep pets off hot pavement too.
  • Stand at least 3 feet away from hot outdoor objects. Keep area clear of trip hazards. Limit alcohol consumption.
  • Turn heating pads and blankets off before sleep.
  • Have hot pads available whenever cooking. Long oven mitts are best when needing to reach in or over hot surfaces, such in an oven or over a grill. Assume all pots and pans are hot.
  • Remember to treat items coming from the microwave as you would items from the oven. Limit microwave use by children.
  • Unplug tools such as these when not in use, and always treat as if they are still hot. Keep out of reach of children


  • Roughly 70,000 people went to the hospital emergency department because of contact burns in 2018 (National Electronic Injury Surveillance System- NEISS).
  • About one-third of the patients were children under the age of five (5).

Non-Fire Cooking Burns

Most burns associated with cooking in 2013-2017 were caused by contact with a hot object or liquid rather than by fire or flame.


  • Have a “kid-free zone” of at least 3 feet (1 meter) around the stove and areas where hot food or drink is prepared or carried.
  • Never hold a child while you are cooking, drinking a hot liquid, or carrying hot foods or liquids.
  • Keep hot foods and liquids away from table and counter edges.
  • Ranges or ovens were the most common cooking equipment involved in non-fire cooking burns. Only 14% of thermal burns involving ranges or ovens were due to fire or flame.
  • Although tableware is not itself used for cooking, it often holds very hot food, soups or drinks, and may itself be very hot.
  • Keep hot foods and liquids away from table and counter edges.


  • Children under five face a higher risk of non-fire cooking burns. These young children account for 6% of the population but much larger percentages of non-fire burn injuries from cooking equipment, tableware such as bowls and cups, and cookware such as pots and pans.
  • In contrast to the non-fire burn estimate, reported home structure fires caused by cooking killed 530 people and injured 5,270 people. This was a fraction of total burn injuries caused by cooking, hot food, or hot drinks. Children under five accounted for only 6% of home cooking fire deaths and 3% of home cooking fire injuries. Cooking was still the leading cause of home fire injuries in the under 5 age group.

Non-Fire Cooking Burns Seen at Emergency Rooms 2013-2017 Annual Averages

  1. Contact with hot range or oven - 15,700
  2. Cookware scald – 13,500
  3. Tableware scald – 9,900
  4. Contact with hot cookware – 9,400
  5. Contact with hot grill – 5,200
  6. Microwave oven scald – 5,200
  7. Range or oven scald – 3,900

Percent of Non-Fire Cooking-Related Burns Seen at Emergency Rooms 2013-2017 by Children Under 5

  1. Tableware Scald – 55%
  2. Contact with hot range or oven – 34%
  3. Contact with hot grill – 22%
  4. Microwave oven scald – 20%
  5. Cookware scald – 12%
  6. Range or Oven scald – 9%

SERVPRO of Upper Darby

SERVPRO of Upper Darby is here to minimize the effects of a fire on both your home and your life. Our certified professionals are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with specialized equipment, expertise, and empathy to get you through this crisis.

Advanced Technology: Air Scrubbers

1/31/2020 (Permalink)

image of an air scrubber Our advanced equipment helps to detect and stop the source of water feeding the mold.

What Is an Air Scrubbers?

An air scrubber is a portable filtration system that removes particles, gasses, or chemicals from the air within a given area. These machines draw in air from the surrounding environment and pass it through a series of filters to remove contaminants. The size and complexity of an air scrubber system will depend on the size of the space being serviced, as well as the range, type, and size of contaminants that must be removed from the area.

Why Should I Use an Air Scrubber? 

Air scrubbers are especially important on restoration jobs where airborne contaminants are present or will be created/disturbed during the restoration process, such as mold, dust, asbestos, lead, chemical fumes, etc. These hazardous particles can settle on carpetupholstery, and furnishings, or be drawn into the HVAC system and contaminate other parts of a building.

If these contaminants are not removed, they will have a negative effect on the indoor air quality (IAQ) of the worksite. While naturally occurring particles—such as human skin cells, animal hair, and dirt—are nearly always present, toxic gases released by sewage-borne bacteria and mold spores can cause adverse human health effects when inhaled. In short, these contaminants can compromise the quality of the entire restoration job.

Air scrubbers help protect the health of workers and building occupants by providing a clean and healthy environment. They also help protect contractors from costly liability claims resulting from damage caused by hazardous airborne materials.

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby?

SERVPRO of Upper Darby’s advanced restoration technology and techniques allow our Professionals to restore a property back to preloss condition quickly, reliably, and more effectively.

Facts on Home Heating Fires

1/27/2020 (Permalink)

House fire debris with a space heater SERVPRO of Upper Darby has specialized in water damage repair and restoration.

Fast Facts:

  • Heating fires are the second leading cause of home fires.
  • The number of home fires the American Red Cross has responded to has risen 10% since 2000.
  • 80% of Americans don’t realize that home fires are the single most common disaster across the nation.
  • Each year over 200 people die from carbon monoxide produced by fuel burning appliances in the home including furnaces, ranges, water heaters and room heaters.
  • Fixed and portable space heaters, including wood stoves, are involved in 74 percent of fire-related deaths.
  • Nearly half of American families use alternative heating sources such as space heaters, fireplaces, or wood/coal stoves to stay warm.
  • Only 26 percent of families have actually developed and practiced a home fire escape plan.
  • Having a working smoke alarm reduces one’s chances of dying in a fire by nearly half.

Home Heating Fire Prevention Tips

  • When buying a space heater, look for models that shut off automatically if the heater falls over as another safety measure.
  • Keep fire in your fireplace by using a glass or metal fire screen large enough to catch sparks and rolling logs.
  • If you must use a space heater, place it on a level, hard and nonflammable surface (such as ceramic tile floor), not on rugs or carpets or near bedding or drapes. Keep children and pets away from space heaters.
  • Never use a cooking range or oven to heat your home.
  • Keep all potential sources of fuel like paper, clothing, bedding or rugs at least three feet away from space heaters, stoves, or fireplaces.
  • Portable heaters and fireplaces should never be left unattended. Turn off space heaters and make sure any embers in the fireplace are extinguished before going to bed or leaving home.
  • Have wood and coal stoves, fireplaces, chimneys, and furnaces professionally inspected and cleaned once a year.

Why Choose SERVPRO of Upper Darby

After the fire trucks leave, your home likely suffers from fire and smoke damage and extensive water damage from firefighting efforts. SERVPRO of Upper Darby have the specialized fire restoration training needed to restore your home to pre-fire condition.