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Why call SERVPRO on water loss

6/3/2021 (Permalink)

Water Loss Water Loss in Home

When a water related disaster strikes, water mitigation is time sensitive. Water damage can cause thousands of dollars of damage within minutes and only get worse as the hours go by. Calling a company like SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties immediately after a water loss can help lessen the damage done by a water loss. Whether it be a burst pipe, flooded basement, or a roof leak, call us.

Within minutes of a water loss, water is absorbed into walls, floors, upholstery, and belongings. This alone can cause thousands of dollars of damage. It doesn't take long and irreversible damage could be done to wood furniture and wood floors.

In a short period of time, drywall swells, metal surfaces tarnish, and furniture begins to warp and/or mold. At this point, drywall and ceilings can become a major hazard. Swollen ceilings can begin falling and become an overhead hazard, and walls can begin to crumble. Any metal surfaces become tarnished, and furniture begins to warp. If the conditions are right, mold can grow quickly, and can thrive and spread even faster.

In just forty-eight hours to one week, mold grows, doors and furniture warp, and metal begins to rust. Mold grows on upholstery and other contents. Furniture becomes water stained and wood furniture becomes swollen and begins to disintegrate. Furniture with metal parts rust and become hard to function, if functional at all.

After just a week, structural safety becomes an issue, and mold growth and contaminants may pose serious risks. As pieces of the framework, floors, and ceiling rot out or disintegrate, it becomes a hazard to even be inside the structure.

Calling on the professionals at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties quickly can help prevent such damage to a structure and contents. We can help to mitigate and dry a structure and can help to save water damaged contents. When water damage strikes, you need a company that works quickly to help mitigate the amount of damage done. Call on us, and we’ll make it “Like it never even happened.”

Why SERVPRO for Mold

5/3/2021 (Permalink)

Mold Calling the professionals at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties is the first step in ridding your home or business of mold.

Mold is an inevitable part of the world around us. Every household has a small amount of mold in them by nature. But when you find large amounts of mold, especially in one place, then there’s a much larger problem. Understanding where mold comes from and how it works can help you to further prevent it.

So how does mold start? Mold is a living organism that can be found anywhere in the right conditions and can grow on just about any substance. If mold spores should find their way to a moist environment, the potential for mold growth is there. Mold spores are the byproduct of mold and moves through the air both inside and outside your home. This means that you could have mold in one area of your home, but the air currents could spread mold spores to other rooms.

Now that you know how mold begins, let's look at how it grows. Once mold spores have found the perfect environment, they begin to grow. Many of the materials in your home are the perfect environment for mold. Carpeting and padding, drywall, plywood, and other surfaces are likely places for mold to invade. Dust, cellulose, and other organic materials are their food source. Leaking pipes and roofing, excessive moisture in bathrooms, and additional moisture sources contribute to growth of mold. Getting rid of the food source or the moisture will get alleviate it, right? Wrong. Mold will become dormant instead, putting itself into a state of hibernation. When there’s no food, the mold “sleeps” until the food source is back to being plentiful. Mold will wait until the right conditions reappear to reactivate itself. Mold may not have an apparent source of moisture, but even just the humidity in a home can be enough for it to thrive. This moisture-laden air allows water vapor to collect on the surface the mold is living on as it condenses. You may find that you don’t have the proper vapor barriers in your home, then mold can thrive in crawl spaces and basements.

How does one get rid of mold? It’s plain to see that mold is not easy to eliminate. Although there are plenty of DIY sprays that claim to kill mold, some may in fact worsen the problem. Mold remediation is also more than just spraying the mold and forgetting about the problem. Special procedures must be taken to ensure you get all it out of your home, or you’ll find that in a short time, you’re back to square one with hidden mold spreading back to where you just cleaned it.

Do I really need to worry about mold? The short answer is, yes. Though most mold is harmless and simply unsightly, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

What do I do when I find mold? Call SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties to take care of the mold for you! Mold isn’t one of the most straightforward problems to get rid of in your home. It can be very easy to miss a spot here or there and allow it to retake a substantial foothold after a short time. SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties has a thorough mold process to ensure the mold doesn’t come back. We are familiar with how mold grows and behaves, so we have a better chance of removing it all the right way, the first time. Call us today! And we’ll make it “Like it never even happened.”

What to Expect After Contacting SERVPRO

3/15/2021 (Permalink)

SERVPRO 24/7 SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties in North Central Arkansas with teams available 24/7, call (866) 445-8457

If a client has experienced damage to their home, it is important to act quickly. SERVPRO’s 24-hour availability is a top choice for many insurance agencies. Here is what you can expect during the first several hours after contacting SERVPRO.

  1. A Quick Response

When a building has been damaged, the response time is an important factor in how time-consuming and how costly restoration will be. SERVPRO is always open, so you can expect to hear back within an hour after you have contacted them about the emergency. Once you have provided them with the necessary information, they will begin preparing to address the needs of your client.

  1. Arrival to the Damaged Site

With over 1,700 locations, SERVPRO can arrive quickly to any emergency. They can be on site to begin the restoration process within four hours. This fast response can make a huge difference if your client’s home has suffered a great deal of damage. Beginning the process more quickly will result in less damage overall which can end up costing the insurance agency less money.

  1. Inspection and a Verbal Briefing

Once SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties arrives, they will inspect the home to determine the extent of the damage and decide on the best course of action moving forward. This should all happen within eight hours of your initial call. They will provide a verbal briefing so that you and your client are aware of what will happen next. Their quick 24-hour response will allow them to begin mitigation as soon as possible to prevent any further damage before they begin work on necessary repairs.

Because it can spread and worsen quickly, the 24-hour period after damage has occurred is crucial. SERVPRO’s fast response will save the agency money and allow your client to have their home back sooner.

SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties has teams available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, call (866) 445-8457.

Learn How SERVPRO Cleans and Restores Office Spaces

3/12/2021 (Permalink)

Water in Office Space Water removal is the first step in bringing a saturated location back to its original dry condition.

Water line breaks, damaged roofing, faulty sprinklers, or water used during firefighting on a structure can all lead to a water-logged mess. Water affects different things according to the porosity of the material from which it was constructed. Offices in our area can rely on commercial water removal services to regain control over their environment once again after a disaster. Our technicians have been trained and are experienced in mitigating water problems, in both large and small environments. At SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties, our training results in certification from the IICRC, ensuring that our technicians can provide the services required regardless of the disaster type, size, or level of complexity. Having a mess in only one secluded section of your office, if large, never is a guarantee that equipment stored elsewhere is protected from damage. Water takes three forms, and humidity travels quite easily inside an enclosed area like your office. In smaller offices, this type of damage can happen much more quickly than in a larger one. When the water came from a contaminated source, our services also include effective decontamination methods that render your space is clean and free of any pathogens or other substances that can cause harm or illness. You, your employees, and your customers deserve a germ free environment in which to conduct business, and we can help, even if the situation seems hopeless. Water removal is the primary step in bringing a saturated location back to its original dry condition. SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties uses pump trucks for standing water, hand-held units that extract water from water-logged porous materials such as carpets and furniture, specialized pads to increase the evaporation rate of water held inside floors, and a combination of dehumidifiers, air movers, and heaters for removing the last traces of humidity from the air.

Locally Owned Company with National Resources

SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties wants to help whenever your office needs us. No disaster is off-limits for us, so don't hesitate to call. Our number, (870) 424-0296, is answered 24/7 including holidays.

Why Choose SERVPRO to Clean Your Home or Business?

6/3/2020 (Permalink)

Two paper standees with the words Certified: SERVPRO Cleaned and information about SERVPRO. Trust the professionals at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties to get you back in business.

At SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties, we are trained to adhere to the highest cleaning and sanitation standards, making us the number one choice for cleanup and restoration. SERVPRO has developed a proactive cleaning and disinfection protocol for businesses and institutions based on the specifications from the Centers of Disease Control (CDC).

Our professionals have been trained to pay attention to detail and clean thoroughly. This means that nothing is overlooked; even the smallest or most unusual spots where germs, soot, or mold could hide. SERVPRO has been trusted by millions time and time again to clean homes and businesses effected by fires and mold, and have been trusted with preventative cleaning as well.

As we work towards getting back to normal, SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties is here to help. Trust the trained professionals for your home or business as we navigate this difficult time. Give us a call today!

SERVPRO Water Mitigation Process

5/2/2020 (Permalink)

An office cubicle with standing water, soaked carpeting, and boxes and furniture sitting in the puddle of water. Our technicians are trained to take care of water losses of all sizes.

At SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties, we pride ourselves on our ability to handle water losses of all sizes. We can handle water losses in your home or commercial property, and even have the means to handle large losses from storms and natural disasters.

Our technicians receive training, hands on experience, and extra schooling to ensure that they know exactly how to mitigate water damage and help to ease your stress in a difficult situation. They have been trained in the proper techniques, handling of equipment, and processes of mitigation and restoration so that you can rest easy knowing that you have trained professionals taking care of you.

But what is the process of water mitigation and restoration? When our technicians arrive to the site of the water loss, they first begin by pumping out any standing water using a truck-mounted pump, then use hand-held units that extract water from water-logged, porous materials such as carpets and furniture, and specialized pads to increase the evaporation rate of water held inside floors. Once standing water has been removed, our technicians begin moving furniture that hinders them from moving on to the next step. Furniture can be transported to our facility and stored until work and rebuilding is completed. In the case of category 2 and 3 water losses, we clean and sterilize the furniture at our facility before returning them upon job completion.

Once all the furniture and belongings have been removed, our technicians begin removing materials that were contaminated. This can include drywall, flooring, carpeting and pad, trim, and more. When all contaminated materials have been removed, our equipment can be brought in. Air movers and dehumidifiers are set up to begin drying the effected areas, and daily checks are done to monitor the drying process. When your home or business reads at the correct levels, we remove our equipment and the rebuilding process can begin! After reconstruction is complete, we return the furniture and belongings that were stored and cleaned at our facility, and our job is done!

If your home or commercial property suffers a water loss, call us today, and let SERVPRO of BBFM take some stress off you!

How to Prevent Mold in Your Restaurant Kitchen

3/11/2020 (Permalink)

A large stainless steel restaurant kitchen stove with an overhead exhaust. Having proper ventilation in your commercial kitchen can help prevent mold growth.

Running your own restaurant can be a very rewarding experience, but coming across mold growth in your kitchen can quickly bring that experience to a halt. Thankfully, there are various methods for keeping your restaurant kitchen clean and consistently mold free.

Though there are many possible avenues for mold growth to occur, one of the most common causes of mold is through the food itself that you bring into your kitchen. Mold can materialize easily on foods such as vegetables, fruits, cheeses and dairy products, bread, and more. Because of this, it’s very important to inspect your produce and other items before ever integrating them into your kitchen. Look for bruises, abrasions, or already apparent growths on your fruits and vegetables before purchasing. Be sure to check the expiration dates on packaged items, and keep any open containers covered or sealed until use to prevent the onset of mold.

Another way to prevent mold is to keep a reliable ventilation system. Mold tends to emerge in areas that are dark, moist, and generally untouched. This means it can be hard to pinpoint the onset of mold until it’s too late. Help yourself and your kitchen crew by installing a ventilation system that reduces the high humidity in the kitchen. This helps prevent potential mold from finding a suitable place to take root.

Finally, you should remove and restore any water damage as it occurs to help prevent mold growth. Finding water damage in your restaurant would hardly be surprising, as running water is a consistent feature in any commercial kitchen. Because of this, it’s important to always keep an eye out for continuously damp or wet areas. These conditions are the perfect breeding ground for mold. Hiring qualified mold remediation specialists to clear the area of any damage is key to a clean and healthy food prep environment.

When it comes to keeping the commercial kitchen of your restaurant clean and mold-free, following these methods can help prevent any outbreak of unwanted mold growth and clear your kitchen for healthy food prep. Call SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties to schedule a free mold inspection today!

What to Expect After Contacting SERVPRO

3/11/2020 (Permalink)

A SERVPRO van sits in front of a restaurant that suffered from a fire. SERVPRO can be on site within four hours to begin the restoration process.

When you've suffered damage to your home, it’s important to act quickly. SERVPRO’s 24-hour availability makes them a top choice for many insurance agencies. But what can one expect when they call SERVPRO? Here’s what you can count on during the first several hours after contacting SERVPRO.

  • A Quick Response

When a structure has been damaged, the response time is an important factor in how time consuming and how costly restoration will be. SERVPRO is always open, so you can expect to hear back within an hour after you have contacted them about the emergency. Once you have provided them with the necessary information, they will begin preparing to address the needs of the job.

  • Arrival to the Damaged Site

With over 1,700 locations and more opening daily, SERVPRO can arrive quickly to any emergency. They can be on site to begin the restoration process within four hours. This fast response can make a huge difference if your home has suffered a great deal of damage. Beginning the process more quickly will result in less damage overall, which can end up costing the insurance agency less money.

  • Inspection and a Verbal Briefing

Once SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties arrives, they will inspect the home to determine the extent of the damage and decide on the best course of action moving forward. This should all happen within eight hours of your initial call. They will provide a verbal briefing so that you are aware of what will happen next. Their quick 24-hour response will allow them to begin mitigation as soon as possible to prevent any further damage before they begin work on necessary repairs.

  • Professionalism and Compassion

At SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties, we understand that situations that require our services are usually very stressful for home and business owners alike. You can trust that we will provide compassionate, professional services in your biggest time of need, and make the worst situation as stress free as possible.

Because damage can spread and worsen quickly, the 24-hour period after damage has occurred is crucial. SERVPRO’s fast, compassionate, and professional response will save the insurance agency money and allow you to have your home or business back sooner. If you should find yourself needing our services, don’t hesitate to call us today!

Why Call SERVPRO After Water Loss

9/24/2019 (Permalink)

The back side of a wall is exposed after demolition and shows half the wall covered in mold and dark spots of water damage. If not taken care of quickly, mold can grow and spread rapidly.

When a water related disaster strikes, water mitigation is time sensitive. Water damage can cause thousands of dollars of damage within minutes and only get worse as the hours go by. Calling a company like SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties immediately after a water loss can help lessen the damage done by a water loss. Whether it be a burst pipe, flooded basement, or a roof leak, don’t hesitate to call.

Just within minutes of a water loss, water is absorbed into walls, floors, upholstery, and belongings. This alone can cause thousands of dollars of damage, especially if allowed to soak into electronics, books, and papers. Within minutes, irreversible damage can be done to wood furniture and wood floors.

In one to two hours, drywall swells, metal surfaces tarnish, and furniture begins to warp and/or mold. At this point, drywall and ceilings can become a major hazard. Swollen ceilings can begin falling and become an overhead hazard, and walls can begin to crumble and fall. Any metal surfaces become tarnished, and furniture begins to warp and or mold. If the conditions are right, mold can grow quickly, and can thrive and spread even faster.

In just forty-eight hours to one week, mold grows, doors and furniture warp, and metal begins to rust. Mold grows on upholstery and other contents. Furniture becomes water stained and wood furniture becomes swollen and begins to disintegrate. Furniture with metal parts rust and become hard to function, if functional at all.

After just a week, structural safety becomes an issue, and mold growth and bio-hazard contaminants pose serious risks. If a structure fails to have water damage mitigated, the safety of the structure can become seriously questionable. As pieces of the framework, floors, and ceiling rot out or disintegrate, it becomes a hazard to even be inside the structure.

Calling on the professionals at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties quickly can help prevent such damage to a structure and contents. We can help to mitigate and dry a structure and can help to save water damaged contents. When water damage strikes, you need a company that works quickly to help mitigate the amount of damage done. Call on us, and we’ll make it “Like it never even happened.”

Why SERVPRO for Mold?

9/19/2019 (Permalink)

A white wall and a wood panel wall is covered with dark green and grey splotches of fuzzy mold. Calling the professionals at SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties can get rid of mold and keep it away!

Mold is an inevitable part of the world around us. Every household has a small amount of mold in them by nature. But when you find large amounts of mold, especially in one place, then there’s a much larger problem afoot. Understanding where mold comes from and how it works can help you to further prevent a mold problem.

So how does mold start? Mold is a living organism that can be found anywhere in the right conditions and can grow on just about any substance. If mold spores should find their way to a moist environment, the potential for mold is there. Mold spores are the byproduct of mold and moves through the air both inside and outside your home. This means that you could have mold in one area of your home, but the air currents could move mold spores to other rooms.

Now that you know how mold starts, we’ll look at how it grows. Once mold spores have found the perfect environment, they begin to grow. Many of the materials in your home are the perfect environment for mold. Carpeting, the padding beneath it, drywall, plywood, and other surfaces are likely places for mold to reside. Dust, cellulose, and other organic materials are their food source. Leaking pipes, roofing issues, too much moisture in bathrooms, and additional moisture sources contribute to mold growth. Getting rid of the food source or the moisture will get rid of it, right? Wrong. Mold will become dormant instead, putting itself into a state of hibernation. When there’s no food, the mold “sleeps” until the food source is back to being plentiful. Mold will wait until the right conditions reappear to reactivate itself. Mold may not have an apparent source of moisture, but even just the humidity in a home can be enough for it to thrive. This moisture-laden air allows water vapor to collect on the surface the mod is living upon as it condenses. You may find that you don’t have the proper vapor barriers in your home, that mold can thrive in crawl spaces and basements.

How does one get rid of mold then? It’s plain to see that mold is not easy to eliminate. Although there are plenty of DIY sprays that claim to kill mold, some may in fact worsen the problem. Mold remediation is also more than just spraying the mold and forgetting about the problem. Special mold procedures must be taken to ensure you get all the mold out of your home, or you’ll find that in a short time, you’re back to square one with hidden mold spreading back to where you just cleared it.

Do I really need to worry about mold? The short answer is, yes. Certain types of mold can make you very sick, such as toxic black mold. Mold can cause respiratory and other issues in people who visit or live in your home. Someone that already has immune issues can be impacted by encountering mold in your home, but even healthy individuals can develop health problems when exposed to it. Though most mold is harmless and simply unsightly, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

What do I do when I find mold? Call SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties to take care of the mold for you! Mold isn’t one of the most straightforward problems to get rid of in your home. It can be very easy to miss a spot here or there and allow it to retake a substantial foothold after a short time. SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton, & Marion Counties has a thorough mold process to ensure the mold doesn’t come back. We are familiar with how mold grows and behaves, so we have a better chance of removing it all the right way, the first time. Call us today! And we’ll make it “Like it never even happened.”

SERVPRO® Announces Recapitalization and Long-term Partnership with Blackstone

3/27/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO® Announces Recapitalization and Long-term Partnership with Blackstone

Gallatin, TN and New York, NY, March 26, 2019– SERVPRO and Blackstone (NYSE:BX) announced today that private equity funds managed by Blackstone (“Blackstone”) have recapitalized SERVPRO, a leading franchisor of residential and commercial property damage restoration services. Blackstone is acquiring a majority stake in SERVPRO as part of Blackstone’s Core Private Equity strategy, which is designed to hold investments for much longer periods of time than traditional private equity. The Isaacson family will be re-investing alongside Blackstone and will continue to be significant shareholders in the business going forward. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Founded in 1967 by the Isaacson family, SERVPRO is a leading national franchisor, providing services in both residential and commercial property mitigation, restoration and reconstruction following damage related to water, fire, mold or storm activity. Since its founding, SERVPRO has grown to over 1,700 franchisees in the United States and Canada.

Rick Isaacson, SERVPRO Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are thrilled about this long-term investment from Blackstone and the strategic benefits its global platform can provide the company, our franchisees and our customers. SERVPRO was founded over 50 years ago with the vision of becoming the premier cleaning and restoration company, and we believe this partnership with Blackstone is a vital next step towards this goal.”

Peter Wallace, Senior Managing Director at Blackstone, said, “We are excited to make this investment and join together with the Isaacsons and the SERVPRO team as long-term growth partners. We believe the additional capital and extensive network of relationships that Blackstone can bring to bear will benefit not only SERVPRO, but its more than 1,700 franchisees and its customers.”

David Kestnbaum, Managing Director at Blackstone, said, “SERVPRO is a high-quality company with a strong management team and great long-term prospects. We look forward to working with SERVPRO and its franchisees to help fuel the business’ next phase of growth. As one of the largest owners of residential, office, retail, hotel and industrial real estate in the world, Blackstone has unique expertise and insights into a broad array of properties that are relevant to SERVPRO.”

Jefferies LLC, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank are acting as financial advisors to Blackstone in connection with the transaction, and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett is acting as Blackstone’s legal counsel. Harris Williams is acting as financial advisor to SERVPRO with respect to the transaction and Bass, Berry & Sims PLC is acting as SERVPRO’s legal counsel.

About SERVPRO®

Founded in 1967, the SERVPRO Franchise System is a leader and provider of fire and water cleanup and restoration services and mold mitigation and remediation. SERVPRO’s professional services network of more than 1,700 individually owned and operated Franchises responds to property damage emergencies ranging from small individual disasters to multi-million dollar large-loss events. Providing coverage in the United States and Canada, the SERVPRO System has established relationships with major insurance companies and commercial clients, as well as individual homeowners.

About Blackstone

Blackstone is one of the world's leading investment firms. We seek to create positive economic impact and long-term value for our investors, the companies we invest in, and the communities in which we work. We do this by using extraordinary people and flexible capital to help companies solve problems. Our asset management businesses, with $472 billion in assets under management, include investment vehicles focused on private equity, real estate, public debt and equity, non-investment grade credit, real assets and secondary funds, all on a global basis. Further information is available at www.blackstone.com. Follow Blackstone on Twitter @Blackstone.

How to Keep Your Restaurant Kitchen Mold-Free?

3/15/2019 (Permalink)

Install a ventilation system in your commercial kitchen

Enjoying the fruits of your hard-earned labor through the success of your local restaurant is always a rewarding feeling. However, coming across mold growth in your commercial kitchen can bring that contentment to a halt very quickly. Thankfully, there are various methods for keeping your restaurant kitchen clean and consistently mold-free.

 Focus Your Attention on the Food Itself

 Though there are many possible avenues for mold growth to occur, one of the most common causes of mold is through the food you bring into your kitchen. It can materialize easily on such foods as:

  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Cheeses and other dairy products
  • Bread, and more

Therefore, it’s important to inspect your produce and other items before ever integrating them into your kitchen. Look for bruises, abrasions or already-apparent growths on your fruits and vegetables before purchasing. Check the expiration dates on packaged items and keep any open containers covered or sealed until use to prevent the onset of mold.

 Keep a Reliable Ventilation System

 Mold tends to emerge in areas that are dark, moist and generally untouched, meaning it can be hard to pinpoint the onset of mold until it’s too late. Help yourself and your kitchen crew by installing a ventilation system that reduces the high humidity in the kitchen, preventing potential mold from finding a suitable place to take root.

 Remove and Restore Any Water Damage as It Occurs

 Finding water damage in your restaurant would hardly be surprising, as running water is a consistent feature in any commercial kitchen with food prep spaces, dishwashing stations and more. For this reason, it’s important to always keep an eye out for continuously damp or wet areas that are the perfect breeding ground for mold. Hiring qualified mold remediation specialists to clear the area of any damage is key to a clean and healthy food prep environment.

When it comes to keeping the commercial kitchen of your restaurant clean and mold-free, following these methods can help prevent any outbreak of unwanted mold growth and clear your kitchen for healthy food prep. Call SERVPRO of Baxter, Boone, Fulton & Marion Counties to schedule an inspection. (866) 445-8457