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Parkersburg Fire Department trucks in front of the SERVPRO building

Thank you to Parkersburg Fire Department

We wanted to say a huge thank you to our fire fighters for their constant selflessness and bravery to keep our homes and businesses safe.

Over the weekend we sterilized their trucks to rid any possible COVID. 

Thank you to these men and women

SERVPRO crew member Austin, standing in front of a waverly volunteer fire department truck wearing a safety mask

Helping Waverly Volunteer Fire Department

Our fire fighters risk their lives so that we can keep safe. The work that they do is courageous to say the least. 

We are honored to have these volunteer fire fighters in our community and are helping in our own small way of sterilizing their trucks, to keep them safe from COVID.

A flooding sump pump


A flooded sump pump not only is inconvenient, it can also create damages of up to tens of thousands of dollars.

Our Co-owner, Steve Seckman, almost had this problem himself this winter, when he forgot to do his annual check.

Watch this video to avoid any further damage from your sump pump. It's easy to fix, and will save you A LOT of money.

Click here to watch the video

Co-owner, Steve Seckman, kneeling beside a hot water tank smiling and holding a hose

YOU COULD SAVE THOUSANDS by simply draining the sediment of your Hot Water Tank

A few seconds of work can save you thousands of heartbreaking dollars

Steve Seckman shows how to safely drain the sediment from your home water heater. By doing this simple task you can save potentially thousands of dollars of damage if it was to burst!

To watch the video please click here right now.

Whether you're in Harrisville, WV, Vienna, WV or any other surrounding area, your water heater can cause a lot of damage if it was to burst. So please, create an annual (or bi-annual) habit of draining your hot water tank. 

Pleasants county ambulance in the SERVPRO lot being sterilized

Helping the Community with Sterilizing Pleasants County's Ambulances

Our owners, Steve Seckman and James Miller wanted to give back to the community and say thank you to the service men and women who are putting themselves on the frontline of the Coronavirus pandemic.

SERVPRO of Wood, Ritchie & Pleasants Counties took part in sterilizing the ambulances to keep them safe.

an air cleaner with uv lighting embedded in the fan

The Hydroxyl Generator

The Hydroxyl Generator combines a UV light to fully clean the air. When combined with an air freshener from one of our SERVPRO team members this generator will have your air fresher than a daisy.

What the UV light does

UV light kills certain microscopic bugs in the air. These are tiny germs that you cannot see, but definitely are present.

Why the Air Freshener?

Our plant based air fresheners help rid the air of the odor. The UV light will kill the microscopic germs that are responsible for a large portion of the odor, but it's nice to include a little fragrance to the air.

Chemical bottles used for SERVPRO clean ups

Our Products Are All Plant Based

SERVPRO prides ourselves on being industry leaders in restoration for commercial buildings. This includes our research and development team who tirelessly work developing top of the line products that are safe.

Our cleaning products are all plant based. Some are odorless, some are fragrant. All have a purpose for your specific requirements.

The inside of a cafeteria in a church, with a large, dirty puddle in the middle of the floor. Two staff at the end.

A flooded church

Two of our staff helping clean up flooding in a local church in Parkersburg, West Virginia. 

Austin standing in front of the SERVPRO van

We would like to praise Austin

Austin has excelled himself the past months. His eagerness, professionalism and care with clients has shown our team that he is a great asset.

Austin displays the qualities that we strive to have in our team every day. 

Co-Owner, James Miller, standing and smiling in front of the rear of the SERVPRO van with a vacuum on his back.

Co-Owner James Miller is Answering Your Biggest Question

Co-Owner of SERVPRO of Wood, Ritchie & Pleasants Counties is answering your biggest question: "How Much Does Water Damage Restoration Cost In the Mid-Ohio Valley"?

In his detailed blog post, you will be able to fully understand all variables that go into the quotation.

His goal is to have you be fully understanding of our processes and to be fully transparent with you, giving you confidence in our service.

To Read this Blog post, coming out March 28, 2020, click here

Happy Elf

Stephanie was having a great time preparing for our first Vienna Christmas Parade!  The team at SERVPRO of Wood, Ritchie & Pleasants Counties joined together to create a wonderful float. We placed 2nd for our elfie float!

Parkersburg Home Show

We had a fabulous weekend at the Parkersburg Home Show!  We enjoyed seeing previous customers and meeting new potential clients!

Always Ready

Our Parkersburg WV Shop on Gihon Rd. Stocked and ready to go 24/7. This building was converted from a oil & lube service building. Now re-purposed to serve as our highly efficient shop.  

Staff Training Is High Priority

Training is a big part of what it is to be a SERVPRO Technician. At SERVPRO of Wood, Ritchie & Pleasants Counties we are in a constant state of training, and preparing to be ready for any catastrophe mayhem brings. 

Mold Hidden Behind Furnace

A very large section of mold hidden behind drywall after removing furnace unit in a single family home.  If you are concerned about Mold in your Wood, Ritchie or Pleasants County home call 304-428-7378 for an inspection by one of our certified technicians. 

Mold in a Mid Ohio Valley Home

Mold is found both indoors and outdoors. Mold can enter your home through open doorways, windows, vents, and heating and air conditioning systems. Mold in the air outside can also attach itself to clothing, shoes, bags, and pets can and be carried indoors.

Mold will grow in places with a lot of moisture, such as around leaks in roofs, windows, or pipes, or where there has been flooding. Mold grows well on paper products, cardboard, ceiling tiles, and wood products. Mold can also grow in dust, paints, wallpaper, insulation, drywall, carpet, fabric, and upholstery.

Mold can cause health risks.  Don't put yourself and your family at risk. If you suspect your home has mold you can call SERVPRO of Wood, Ritchie, & Pleasants Counties for a thorough inspection.