Graves County Middle School Fire
Our middle school fire alarm sounded in the middle of the night recently. A soft drink machine malfunctioned, causing a small fire. Of course, we are grateful for the firefighters, who extinguished the blaze quickly. As often happens, the need for cleanup was more widespread than the actual fire. SERVPRO of Paducah workers responded immediately and thoroughly. They had school ready for students when they arrived. The SERVPRO team stayed on site until everything had returned to normal and well into the day after the fire. Throughout their stay, every worker was friendly and highly professional! Their work was efficient and complete. I cannot imagine a better response than SERVPRO of Paducah accomplished! –
Superintendent Kim Dublin, Graves County (Ky.) Schools
Crazy July Storms in Western Kentucky
July 4th is usually the premier weekend of summer In Western Kentucky, but this past July proved to be very different. Storms took over the area with torrential rain and excessive winds which led to major flooding and uprooted trees. The area was faced with severe wind damage and several roads were washed away. With the phones ringing off the hook, our crews hit the pavement in full force to take care of our community. Many homes and businesses were faced with large tree limbs through their roofs, allowing heavy rain to enter their attics; others encountered flooded basements. All of these concerns are important to SERVPRO. We know how urgent the need is to respond to these kinds of emergencies! It’s your home---your business--- our concern. When it comes to our community we stand together!