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When Your Santa Ana Business Needs Restoration | SERVPRO® of Anaheim Central/Garden Grove East

8/11/2021 (Permalink)

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Our local team wants to help Santa Ana, Anaheim, and Garden Grove business owners succeed, and a big part of that is planning for unpredictable problems, like natural disasters. So, if you’re a local business owner, we want to ask you a question: Do you have a solid disaster plan?

Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck, business owners (and most everyone else) have seen firsthand how an unexpected disaster or event can impact daily life and force changes. Business owners have risen to the occasion during the pandemic by looking for new ways to reach customers, interact with them and provide services.

While pandemics aren’t predictable, it’s a good idea to plan for more commonplace threats that business owners face. That includes severe weather problems, fires and flooding.

Because your local SERVPRO team wants to be a resource for you, we’ve worked together to offer you some of the best advice available when it’s time to prepare for a disaster or a major business restoration project.

Ready to Restore Your Business

You can open your business and find success after a disaster. Here are some tips to help you get started with the process:

Your disaster plan is vital. Prepare for disasters before one strikes, and you’ll be more prepared for the aftermath of a fire, flood or another natural disaster. It will help you feel less overwhelmed when dealing with the process if you’ve already planned what you’ll do. You may want to think about moving your business to a backup location so you can continue operating.

Take plenty of pictures (and make an inventory, too). Your insurance company will want to know the extent of your damage before the cleanup process begins. You can document that by taking photos of it. It’s also a good idea to put together a list of lost or damaged items during the disaster.

Don’t neglect to update your community. Staying in touch with your suppliers, your employees, your customers and your wider community is a smart move. And it’s easier than you might think. You can use social media and other tools to make it happen.

If a fire, flood or any other cause damages your business, 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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