Recent Community Posts
Dealing with Dangerous Weather: An Introduction
In New England, the weather changes at the drop of a hat. When the weather takes a serious turn, the last thing anyone wants is to feel unprepared. To help ease your worries we have put together a list of tips for dealing with dangerous weather. Each week for the next 4 weeks, we will be sharing a new tip that will hopefully leave you feeling a tad more at ease the next time bad weather strikes.
Be sure to head over to our Facebook page (@SERVPRODanvers) after you read each tip to share your thoughts with us. If you have any tips of your own, let us know! We love to talk with our friends in the community and hear what it is you have to say.
SERVPRO Helps The Hoarding Project
Richard Ciarletta of SERVPRO (far right) helped The Hoarding Project with an event on April 29, 2017.
On April 29, 2017 SERVPRO of Danvers/Ipswich's Marketing Representative Richard Ciarletta joined forces with The Hoarding Project to help out on their Safety Day. SERVPRO donated boxes for the event as well.
Safety Day is a term to talk about conducting a "modified clean-out" of a hoarded home. The goal of Safety Day is to ensure safety in a client's home. In other words, The Hoarding Project aims to make sure that a client can use and access his or her home in the way it was intended to be used without significant risk of harm to his or herself. The way they do this is through a carefully planned and structured, team-based approach to clearing "just enough" of the possessions in the home to create a safe living environment. This is done with the client's mental health and stress level during the process as the number one priority.
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SERVPRO Attends Speakeasy Event
Owner Michelle Lavigne, Peter Carbone of E-Z Way Cleaners, owner Dave Hart, Crew Chief Nury Cardoza and owner Patrick Lavigne attended the event
On April 5th, 2017 SERVPRO of Haverhill/Newburyport attended the Buttonwoods Speakeasy Social 2017 at The Tap in Haverhill, MA. Owners Dave Hart and Michelle & Patrick Lavigne along with Crew Chief Nury Cardoza dressed in their finest 1920's glad rags and went out to support The Buttonwoods Museum.
The Buttonwoods Museum - Haverhill Historical Society is a designated Essex National Heritage Area Visitor Center offering information to residents and tourists about the city and the region beyond. The museum opened in 1904 and is in the middle of hundreds of years of Haverhill and Merrimack Valley history.
The mission of the Buttonwoods Museum is to collect and preserve history, and to educate the community about Greater Haverhill's past and culture.
All proceeds from this event went to help maintain the museum properties, protect the priceless artifacts of Greater Haverhill's history and fund educational programs.
SERVPRO Hosts Haverhill Chamber Event
SERVPRO of Haverhill hosts the September After Hours Mixer for the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce
Thank you to everyone who came out to the Greater Haverhill Chamber After Hours Mixer at SERVPRO of Haverhill. The Casino Night was a huge success! It was wonderful meeting so many business professionals and of course sharing the SERVPRO story and our new building with the local community. Thank you to the Greater Haverhill Chamber for your help organizing this wonderful event. Many thanks to Bradford Country Club for providing the food and of course Seacoast Events for all their hardwork running the casino tables. SERVPRO is proud to be a member of and support such a wonderful community. We hope that everyone enjoyed themselves and look forward to the Haverhill Chamber's next big event! And remember, if ever you are faced with a fire or water damage, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are here to help!
SERVPRO along with Local Fire Departments Raise Awareness about Fire Prevention
SERVPRO gave away fire truck banks, apples and water at the Danvers Fire Department Open House
October is Fire Prevention Month! In an effort to raise awareness about fire safety, local Fire Departments throughout Essex County hosted Open Houses at their Fire Stations. SERVPRO and other local businesses worked in conjunction with the fire departments to provide refreshments, giveaways and most importantly fire safety education! Fire truck tours, gear demonstrations, Sparky the Fire Dog and the Smoke House were some of the main attractions at these open houses. Each year fires claim hundreds of lives throughout New England. Fire Safety Open Houses are geared towards educating the community in hopes of saving lives. Congratulations and thank you to all the fire houses who went above and beyond to educate our community about fire safety and prevention. SERVPRO is proud to be a part of such wonderful events!