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When Life's Storms Come, SERVPRO is Here to Help

9/28/2021 (Permalink)

Helicopter flying above a forest Helicopter monitoring the area from above.

When a storm hits and causes any form of damage, SERVPRO is here to help. Recently, the Caldor Fire stormed through the Sierra Nevada mountains towards South Lake Tahoe. As Tahoe locals prepared to watch the fire ravage their homes, their worst fears did not come true. Instead, the Caldor Fire burned up Highway 50 toward Echo Summit and roared into the Lake Tahoe Basin. It even jumped over Christmas Valley but did no damage to the area. Firefighters were able to protect all the homes in the area. 

When storms do cause damage from fire, smoke or flooding, SERVPRO of South Lake Tahoe, Carson City, Douglas County, Reno East, and Lyon & Storey Counties is here to help. Our crews are ready to respond to your property emergency 24/7, 365 days a year. Yes, even at 2 AM our highly trained staff and state-of-the-art equipment will respond to your building fire or facility flood. When you make the call, our staff is READY to take immediate action to help preserve as much of your property as possible and help to avoid additional damage and cleanup costs.

SERVPRO is a trusted leader in the property disaster recovery and restoration business, our on-call 24/7 emergency response teams are highly trained and experienced with all types of property disaster losses including fire, smoke, water, sewage, flood, and storm damage. Our restoration professionals near you have 30 years of experience providing high-quality commercial and residential property disaster restoration and reconstruction services to local Carson City, Douglas County, South Lake Tahoe, Reno East, and Lyon & Storey County communities every day.

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