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How Cleveland Businesses Can Move Forward After a Disaster l SERVPRO® of The Mountains

5/20/2021 (Permalink)

 "SERVPRO employee wearing black shirt reviewing restoration plans on tablet with business owner in gray suit” SERVPRO of The Mountains knows water restoration, with 24 hour response our trained technicians can help with your emergency when you need it.

We’re invested in helping businesses in our community thrive, so we want to do what we can to support business owners in Cleveland and our other neighboring cities.

The SERVPRO team is here to help you if your business is impacted by a natural disaster, like a fire, flood or severe storm. Because we know it can be difficult to see your best path forward after a disaster, our team has pulled together our best advice for business owners facing restoration after a disaster.

Helping Businesses Thrive After a Natural Disaster

The majority of American businesses can open again after a disaster, and some of them even go on to be more successful than they were before. Here’s how you can set yourself up for success:

Take time to review your disaster plan. Focusing after a fire or flood damages your family business can be a challenge for even the most focused business owner. That’s why your plan is an essential part of moving forward. Read through it again once (or a few times) and follow them.

Document all the damage and losses. Spend time before you start cleaning up taking plenty of pictures of the damage, so your insurance company will have them. If you can, inventory everything inside your business that were lost or damaged.

Help your employees. Don’t forget that many of them will be impacted by your business being damaged and possibly needing to close for a time. You can look to resources like the Small Business Administration (SBA) for help.

Keep up regular contact with your circle. Reach out to your suppliers, your employees, your customers and your community.. Social media and your email marketing list can make this easier.

If your business is damaged due to fire, water or any other cause, you can always count on us for restoration assistance. We have crews who are available 247 in the event of an emergency. Contact us at any time to learn more about our restoration services and how we can help you.

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