SERVPRO of Mission Valley East Provides Expert Restoration and Cleaning
Part of the Community
SERVPRO® of Mission Valley East: we don’t just work here; we live here. That’s why we apply our nationally recognized expertise to homes, businesses, and community buildings.
Count on SERVPRO of Mission Valley East for a variety of remediation- and restoration-related services, including:
- Cleaning and disinfection
- Residential, commercial, public
- Certified: SERVPRO Clean (for COVID-19 and other contaminations)
- Basement to roof
- Biohazards, including crime, trauma, hazardous waste
- Cars, limousines, other vehicles
- Chemical waste
- Microbial growth
- Upholstery, carpet, rugs
- Windows, drapes, blinds
- Odor removal
- HVAC cleaning (includes all the air ducts)
- Remove signs of fire damage
- Remediate water damage
- Mold mitigation
- Replace drywall, carpet, tiles
- Repaint walls
- Repair the roof
- Dry documents and photographs
- Storm damage restoration
Shout-out to firefighters
Firefighters from all over the U.S., Mexico, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia are fighting wildfires here in California, Washington, and Oregon. Thank you.
Fearless Seekers of Knowledge
We waded through advice passed on by relatives, long-dead unknown authors, and unimaginative sign makers to bring pairs of adages that will make speakers sound right for any occasion.
“Opposites attract” vs.“Birds of a feather flock together”
For romance, the latter usually works better than the former, but there’s no doubt we can find examples of both.
“The early bird gets the worm” vs. “Haste makes waste”
There are lots of these pairs (“a stitch in time saves nine” vs. “good things come to those who wait”), and we’ve noticed that both concepts are true, just not at the same time. We’ve also noticed that we don’t want any worms, but we aren’t birds.
“Attack is the best form of defense” vs. “Those who lives by the sword die by the sword”
We save attacks for board games and getting rid of damage, but we’re SERVPRO of Mission Valley East, not a grandparent substitute.
“Clothes make the man” vs. “Don’t judge a book by its cover”
It makes the appeal of uniforms much clearer, doesn’t it?
“Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep and you weep alone” vs. “Misery loves company”
Maybe this pair is more depressing than opposing. It could mean that when we’re miserable, we look for company, but get rejected.
“Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise” vs. “Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we die”
Maybe can try for healthy, wealthy, wise AND merry.
“Absence makes the heart grow fonder” vs.“Out of sight, out of mind”
These two could say more about the state of a particular romance than romance in general, or they could be about different things. No client of ours has ever missed mold, for example, but they do miss things being in good condition.
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