SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties at the Lenoir Christmas Parade
SERVPRO will be at the annual Lenoir Christmas Parade this year!
Before you know it, Christmas will be in Lenoir! In fact, you can mark your calendars for November 30—that’s the date for the annual Lenoir Christmas Parade! Every year, well over 100 Christmas-themed floats flow through downtown Lenoir, followed by the man of the hour: Santa Claus himself. And just like we’ve done for the past consecutive years, SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties will join in the festivities.
This year, however, we’re not bringing our Large Loss trailer due to the size of the parade. Instead, we’ve invited a green celebrity and his animal friend to operate this year’s SERVPRO vehicle! We hope to see you at the parade, and we hope you have a very Merry Christmas!
Why You Should Hire SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties
We have a team of over 50 employees who are ready to respond to any-size disaster!
When disaster strikes, you want to restore your home or business to its pre-disaster condition, which is why you hire a disaster restoration company. But in Alexander & Caldwell Counties, there are multiple restoration companies to choose from, one of them being SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties. Why should you hire us? Below are just 3 reasons!
- We are the largest disaster restoration company in the region. There are multiple disaster restoration companies in the area, but after nearly 10 years, we have secured ourselves as the largest and most efficient. We have over 50 employees, hundreds of units of equipment, and we can handle anything from small damages to large-scale disasters!
- We have a full-scale textile-cleaning facility. If a fire or flood damages your clothes, rugs, or other textiles, they’re in good care. At SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties, we have a fully operational, state-of-the-art textiles cleaning facility where we can completely restore damaged textiles. And our ESPORTA can clean even the softest materials, such as stuffed animals and blankets!
- We can handle any-size disaster. Sometimes major disasters can strike, causing large-scale damage to a home or business. Fortunately, SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties is a Large Loss franchise, which is a status given by SERVPRO corporate that indicates our franchise has the size, skills, and capacity to clean large disasters. We’ve restored many commercial jobs, most notably Lees-McRae College after the fire in 2017 and some schools in Wilmington after Hurricane Florence!
We do our best to satisfy our customers and to contribute to our community. If you have fire damage, water damage, mold, or any other type of damage, you can call SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties at (828) 396-1070! We’ll make it “Like it never even happened!”
What is a Large Loss Response Team?
As a Large Loss franchise, we are capable of making any large-scale disaster "Like it never even happened!"
SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties has been around for nearly 10 years. During that time, we grew from a 3-man team to a growing, 50-employee operation. As we’ve grown in size, we’ve also gotten better at responding to disasters and helping customers get back on their feet even faster than before. That’s one of the reasons our franchise is part of the Large Loss Response Team.
What is a Large Loss Response Team?
SERVPRO is a large (and growing) franchise chain that is comprised of over 1,700 different franchises nationwide. As a result, when large-scale disasters strike, SERVPRO can deploy as many franchises as necessary to make it “Like it never even happened.”
But some franchises are capable of handling large disasters on their own—those designated as being part of the Large Loss Response Team by corporate. These franchises have the size, equipment, and capacity to handle large disasters by themselves or alongside a local franchise.
SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties is one such Large Loss franchise. We’ve responded to the 2017 fire at Lees-McRae College, flooding at Martinsville Speedway in Virginia, and many large disasters, including Hurricanes Harvey and Florence. Our team brings in our Large Loss trailer, equipped with over 100 units of equipment, a generator, a fully equipped mobile office, and more. We pull as many of our resources as possible to present the best customer experience possible.
Your Local Large Loss Franchise
No matter the extent of the damage, SERVPRO of Alexander & Caldwell Counties is capable of responding to any size disaster. If your home or business needs cleanup and restoration services, call us today at (828) 396-1070!
3 Ways SERVPRO of Alexander and Caldwell Counties Serves the Community
We go to many ribbon cuttings and other community events, like this one at Planet Fitness in Hickory!
As a member of the Unifour community for almost 10 years, we’ve witnessed and been part of amazing things. And because all of our employees reside in the area, we’ve contributed to numerous events and organizations that our company supports. We love our community and try to serve it in many different ways.
- We sponsor many local events. If there’s a major event in the area, you’ll almost definitely see SERVPRO listed as one of the sponsors. We set up booths at local golf tournaments, participate in the Christmas parades, and even sponsor the blackberry-eating contest each year at the NC Blackberry Festival.
- We serve on many boards. Several of our employees have roles beyond their normal day-to-day responsibilities. They also serve on advisory boards and boards of directors for many events and nonprofits. We often play an active part in some of the events we sponsor!
- We donate to many nonprofits. There are some organizations in our area that are doing amazing things, and we love to help them when we can. We regularly donate to the causes we see making the most impact!
We strongly believe in our community, and we show that each and every day. It’s also why we are committed to serving homeowners and businesses after they have water, fire, or mold damage. It’s our goal to make it “Like it never even happened!”