March 2013Issue 5 No. 3
Trouble With Frozen Pipes
  What To Do When It Hits
Frozen Water Pipe

This year our area experienced unusually cold temperatures, leaving many homes and business with the mess of frozen pipes.


While it doesn't happen often, it's important to know how to avoid frozen pipes, and what to do in the event your home or business suffers water damage due to freezing temperatures.   


Before the cold hits: insulate pipes with heat tape and seal any leaks letting in cold air, especially around electrical wiring, dryer vents and pipes.  


Once the cold has hit: let warm water drip overnight and open cabinet doors to allow heat to get to any uninsulated pipes under sinks.  


If your pipes freeze: leave your facets turned on and call for help.


If your pipes have actually burst: turn off the water at the main shut-off valve; leave facets turned on.  


Our New Ride
  Another Van

We've added another van to our fleet! Take a look at our newest Ford-350's Extended Cab, Commercial Grade. 
This just means we're more than ready to take care of any of your commercial needs!
Water Damage Tips
  Keeping Your Property Dry


Water damage happens quickly, often without much warning. Make sure to call for professional help as soon as possible to limit the amount of damage and begin the restoration process.




Things to remember in the event of water damage to your property: 

  • Call for professional help. Bacteria growth can begin within hours.
  • Remove as much water as possible by mopping and blotting.
  • Remove wet area rugs.
  • Lift draperies off the floor, loop through a coat hanger and place the hanger of a drapery rod.
  • Wipe furniture, prop up wet furniture cushions, and place aluminum foil under furniture legs.
  • Move photos, paintings, and art to a safe DRY location.
  • Open drawers, closet, and cabinet doors to enhance drying.
In This Issue
Frozen Pipes
New Van
Water Damage Tips
Employee Spotlight
Featured Equipment
Quick Links
Employee Spotlight
  Our Hot Shot of the Month         


Say hello to Spencer Bennett who works as a Project Supervisor in our Tempe office. He is an IICRC Certified in Water Damage Restoration and Applied Structural Drying (WRT/ASD). Prior to this position, Spencer previously for ServiceMaster as worked as a Senior Lead Technician. Before that, he worked in fire alarm and security installation. 
Spencer grew up in San Jose, California and spends his spare time with his girlfriend and 5-year old stepdaughter.
Thanks for being a part of our team, Spencer! 
  Cool Stuff That Works

The HP60 Ceiling and Wall Drying Package is a high-pressure drying system, perfect for excessive water situations. 


When frozen pipes burst, this specialized drying system is exactly what you want! It is specifically designed to target hidden, hard-to-find areas of moisture -- even behind paint, wallpaper, sound barriers and other surfaces. 

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ServiceMaster All Care Restoration offers quality service that restores peace of mind! 



Our advanced tools and techniques allows our professional and qualified technicians to restore any of your commercial or residential property affected by fire, smoke or water damage.  Our certified professionals are experts in mold removal, elimination of mildew and complete water and fire damage restoration.


It is our commitment to work closely with you through the entire restoration process and assisting you every step of way.  Our customers are our first priority, so your satisfaction is completely guaranteed. We now offer services throughout the greater Phoenix metro area.

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