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Storms can be devastating.

Storms are stressful and cause so much damage to everything they come in contact with. The tree in this image was pulled out of the ground from the roots! When it toppled over, it fell onto the neighbor's house. The damage was extensive, and there is not much that could prevent a situation like this. The best thing to help avoid this is to cut down any large trees that are too close to your house. This tree was cut into sections as a means of disposal, and those sections were set aside to be used as firewood

Beware of hurricane season!

Hurricane season begins June 1st to November 30th, but the peak time of year for hurricanes and storms is from mid-August to mid-October. This house was just lucky enough to only have damage to this portion of the ceiling and roof. We came in and dried out and repaired all of this to make it "Like it never even happened."

Big or small we clean it all!

We have been COVID cleaning! We are very detailed and work with you, so we're not breaking the bank. Health and Safety are a priority! Call us to get an estimate for COVID cleaning!

We clean everything!

Covid-19 has been looming over the country, affecting each of us differently. Some have been affected directly, and others have not been affected much more than needing to wear a mask. Here at SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County, it has affected our personal protective equipment level and what kind of jobs we work on.

Some things just need to be replaced.

When a fire consumes anything, it destroys it. In this picture is a charred wall and melted thermostat. Notice that even the paint on the wall began to crack and burn. Everything that is damaged in this instance needs to be replaced because it is not salvageable.

Fire moves fast!

Fires spread extremely fast, and soot can find an entrance to anything. This entire house was charred due to a fire in the kitchen. Thankfully, the joists in the attic were not damaged so none of those need to be replaced.

Fire losses include water losses

Many people do not consider that a fire loss will also result in a water loss. The fire department has to put out the flames, and water is the best extinguisher.

Black mold is not good!

Stachybotrys chartarum, also known as black mold is a variety of microfungus that produces its conidia in slime heads. Call us directly if you think your home or facility has been affected by any type of mold.

Helping is fun!

At SERVPRO of South Cabarrus, every team member participates. The owner of our franchise is a master technician. When he's on the job, you can rest assured he knows what has to be done. He enjoys being in the field as much as our technicians do!

Fogging for the community.

We hosted an awesome event where we fogged and disinfected for our local fire departments, medical personnel, and pastors' vehicles. In this photo, our technician is fogging one of the local fire trucks.

Stay up to code!

Though it may be a little expensive, it is undoubtedly worth it, in the long run, to keep your home up to code.  The light fixture in this room caught fire simply because the electrical wiring was not up to code. Many older homes are not up to code, so if you live in a classic old fashioned house, make sure you're home is up to code!

Wait until help arrives.

When there is a fire, at any property type, it is essential to try to keep your wits about you. It is always unsafe to reenter the fire-damaged location. Do not enter the fire loss unless you are permitted by a professional. This is for your safety.

Look at all that water!

When this basement was discovered to be extremely wet, the homeowners were very concerned about their carpet. More often than not, we can salvage the wet carpet, but carpet pad cannot be saved. We extract the water from the carpet to make it lighter for our technicians to carry out in trash bags. Doing this also helps the carpet dry faster because there are no wet things below it, and carpet pad is impossible to dry.

Check the exterior of your home regularly!

It's very important to check the exterior of your home regularly. You never know what you'll find. Our technicians found this very large crack between the foundation of this home and the rest of the house. This has been considered the source of the water loss since our technicians could sick their hand inside there and touch the interior wall. 

This storm did damage!

When this crazy storm passed through this area it knocked down so many trees. Several houses had to be boarded up and tarped. This house was so bad half of the room was ripped open by a fallen tree. The roof and ceiling lay on the floor in this bedroom with all the insulation with it. 

A pretty scary scenario.

When a large tree fell on this house it split open the roof and pushed through the ceiling. Large portions of the house had to be gutted. A tarp was placed on the roof to prevent any more water damage. The tree was removed and the damaged parts of the home were cleaned up. 

Storm Damage on the outside.

During a storm, sometimes, you have no idea what the surrounding area will look like when the storm passes. In this case, a huge tree fell on the roof and caused extensive damage. Portions of the walls were boarded up for safety, and the roof was tarped to prevent further water damage.

Hard work shows!

This kitchen located in a commercial building had severe mold growth on the bottom of the cabinets and covering the floor. We removed the cabinets and encapsulated the floor to deter further mold growth.

Moldy Mayhem

At this commercial water loss turned mold loss we found a wall that was absolutely covered in mold! It was so bad the crew had to stop working so they could change into more appropriate personal protective equipment.

Dust touches EVERYTHING!

The dust is really bad on this vent at a commercial location. A lot of commercial locations don't always think to clean their vents. Unless assigned to, most employees don't spend a lot of time cleaning much else but their desks. It is always a good thing to dust off your desk and to clean your vents. Who knows what germs are thriving in the dust that's trapped on your surfaces.

Dirty Ducts!

When you think of dusting your vents, most of the time you're thinking of the outside or even the back of the vent cover. We feel as though it is our responsibility to inform our clients that cleaning the duct system is just as important as cleaning the vent plate. You would be amazed at the amount of dust and bacteria that builds in your ducts.

Trying to prevent further damage.

Putting plastic over the electronics at a water loss seems like a common practice, but there are some companies that do not think in such detail. When people ask why they should choose SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County, we tell them "Because we care."

Runny Walls

After a pretty nasty storm, this homeowner found their walls to be destroyed! Often times this happens because the shingles have loosened or there is a hole in the roof somewhere that has yet to be found.

Warehouses get cleaned too

This warehouse is HUGE! So big that birds have made it their home. With these new residents in this commercial building came a whole lot of messes. These birdies have certainly left their mark! We were hired to clean up this mess of bird poo. We have all the tools and cleaning products to clean this warehouse up and make this bird poo "Like it never even happened."

The way soot settles

On a recent commercial fire loss, we took pictures of the unit before it had been touched too much. We took notice of how soot so heavily coats everything down to the tiniest crevice. 

We would rather you be safe

Our production manager found that when the house was built someone, drilled a screw right through a vital wire powering the lights in the living room. We informed the homeowner and suggested they call an electrician we referred to repair the wire for them. We genuinely care about our client's safety. We want to do the whole job, and we want it done the right way. If we had to choose the easy way or the right way, we are choosing the right way. That is why people select SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County.

Fire & Life Safety Bowl 2018

2018 Fire and Life Safety Bowl was a great success. Each year these 5th and 6th graders compete against each other for Cabarrus County Schools. After eliminations, the county level winner will then go on to compete at the State Level. What an honor. Last year's winning team was Bethel Elementary. SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County is proud to serve this board.

Thermal Imaging

This product can be used anytime the user is looking to quickly identify and locate water damage or verify that a surface has been efficiently dried. The infrared screen reads surface temperature only and identifies areas of investigation. Companies like SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County still use or confirm readings with Moisture meters  but this amazing technology can help us identifiy all water loss areas.

When water evaporates, it drops in temperature, an infrared camera can allow you to quickly identify those temperature differences and locate the water. We always scan every part of house and document everything.

Safe Kids NC Injury Prevention Conference 2018

Safe Kids North Carolina Injury Prevention Conference was held here in Concord NC May 22-24 2018 at The Great Wolf Lodge. We are proud to say that we are one of the sponsors for this great conference.  The Conference aims to provide sessions for continued education that reflect the diversity of the field, with the intent of increasing knowledge and sharing best practices throughout NC and Beyond. Attendees represent law enforcement, fire and rescue, healthcare education, social services, and many other professionals.

Safe Kids Cabarrus at Babies R Us

Safe Kids Cabarrus Event at Babies R Us in Concord North Carolina. You could just drive up and have your Car Seat checked. They ask you a few questions and will go over all the proper ways of installation as they show you how to install your child's seat. We had people walking out of the store with a car seat in a box!

Safety Palooza Raffle, SERVPRO Bikes

Safety Palooza 2017 was a great success. We decided that since part of the day includes a fun raffle and it focuses on Bike and Helmet Safety that we should supply the bikes. Fire Fighter Marshall from Paw Patrol with helmet, elbow and knee pads was quit the hit. Some little boy is very happy with that choice! The girls bike was super cool with all its bright colors and sassy helmet!

Safety Palooza 2017

John Fisher of SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County keeping Hydrated at Safety Palooza 2017. What a great event to bring awareness to Car Seat Safety, Helmet Safety and Bike Safety. I think John had to most fun on this hot sunny August day. He made several rounds through out the day delivering food and lots of water to all the First Responders out there helping us. Thank you Michelle Riley from Community First Bank for supplying all of our days water bottles, John had a blast passing them out!

Annual Chamber Meeting 2017

Cabarrus County Chamber host the Annual Chamber Meeting to recognize all the business owners and members in this great community. We at SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County are very fortunate to live and work in Cabarrus County. It is always a honor to support local business owners and see how we impact our community and it growth.

SERVPRO of South Cabarrus Greeting Card 2017

We love to have a little fun with work. Holiday lights, tinsel, Christmas tree, ornaments and a group of really fun people, equals the best Christmas Card ever! What a way to celebrate the end of 2017 and beginning of our new year. This crew is looking forward to a great 2018 with wonderful opportunities to service our community.

Christmas Party 2014

Our owners, John and Kathy Fisher, enjoying lunch at the Christmas party hosted by the Great Wolf Lodge.

Ms. Matthews

We have another satisfied customer, Ms. Matthews. Although the process took a while, she was very pleased with the overall job. Her home looks brand new, like it never even happened.

2016 Mid-Winter Fire Chiefs Conference

We had a great time participating in the annual North Carolina Association of Fire Chiefs Conference held at the Embassy Suites Resort Hotel and Convention Center in Concord, NC. We were able to meet Chief Fire Officers from all over the state of North Carolina. Thank you to SERVPRO of Northeast Mecklenburg, SERVPRO of Northwest Charlotte and SERVPRO of Anson, Stanly and Richmond Counties for joining us.

RJMW Conference 2016

SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County along with three other franchises participated in the 18th annual RJMW Catastrophe Conference. SERVPRO was the Platinum Sponsor and hosted the adjusters Tuesday night social.

RJMW Conference 2016

We had a great turnout at the social.

RJMW Conference 2016

Daniel Cox, owner of SERVPRO of Northwest Charlotte, speaking on behalf of SERVPRO at the social.

RJMW Conference 2016

Our great booth display provided by SERVPRO of Northwest Charlotte.

Continuing Education Class

Thank you to everyone who came out to our C.E. class on Tuesday. We had a great turnout! A special thank you to John Nasir with CCI for providing breakfast as well as Patrick Benfield with Textile Restorations for providing lunch.

Continuing Education Class

The instructor, Steve deBlois, teaching the morning C.E class on biohazard.

Tile Cleaning

Our crew members cleaning the tile in a locker room.

Charitable Donation

SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County donating to David Miller, President of American Property Management and his foundation. Mr. Miller has a goal to raise $10,000 for Local Youth Charities in association with the Tiger Wood Foundation mission.

ERS Open House

SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County visited Tracy Copley and the rest Electronic Restoration Services (ERS) family at their open house.

ERS Open House

Our business development representative, Shelby Cuthbertson, cleaning a television that was damaged by fire.

ERS Open House

Our business development manager, Michelle Easton, cleaning a computer hard drive that was damaged by fire.

Charitable Donation

Our business development manager, Michelle Easton, providing smoke alarms to Chief Randy Dozier at the Allen Volunteer Fire Station.

Continuing Education Class

We had a great turnout for our C.E. Class. Thank you to everyone who attended and we hope you were able to learn something new.

Continuing Education Class

Insurance agents/adjusters working together to discuss topics in Ethics.

Continuing Education Class

Insurance agents/adjusters learning about Fire Investigating.

Happy Thanksgiving 2014

From our Thanksgiving table to yours, the entire team at SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County wishes you and your family a happy and blessed Thanksgiving holiday!

Christmas 2014

From the staff at SERVPRO of South Cabarrus County, we hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season. May your Christmas be merry and bright.

Christmas Party 2014

We really enjoyed our Christmas party at the Great Wolf Lodge! We even got to see Santa and give him our Christmas lists. Everyone in our office made it on the nice list!

Christmas Party 2014

Our business development representative, Shelby Cuthbertson, and the guys enjoying lunch at the Christmas party hosted by the Great Wolf Lodge.

Christmas Party 2014

Our owners (John and Kathy), Production Manager (Jamie) and Office Assistant (Joyce) enjoying lunch at the Christmas party hosted by the Great Wolf Lodge.