Hundreds of representatives from the Connecticut Apartment Association (CTAA) attended the 2019 Education Conference & Tradeshow held at Foxwoords Resort Casino – and ServiceMaster By Mason was there! The event is a unique opportunity for CTAA professionals to attend educational sessions, network, a kick-off reception with dueling pianos & dj, fun competitions and meet representatives of the companies supporting their industry at the tradeshow. ServiceMaster By Mason partnered with all Connecticut ServiceMaster Restore offices to provide details on our many restoration and specialty cleaning services, giveaways, & more and was a proud tradeshow participant, where Marketing Manager, Beth Markowski-Roop, enjoyed meeting and speaking with attendees from the association.
Marketing Manager Beth Markowski-Roop, joined Susan Sedensky, Executive Director of the Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center Friday morning on Frank Prosnitz's program at WBLQ 1230 AM to talk about the upcoming “Hoarding: The Hidden Disorder” workshop. Beth & Susan provided details on this FREE workshop taking place MARCH 28 at 6pm at the PNC, 27 Chase Street, Pawcatuck CT. They reminded that whether you work with hoarding clients, have friends or family with the disorder, or are just interested in learning more about this psychological disorder affecting tens of millions of Americans, then you won’t want to miss this informative session.
Frequent and heavy Spring showers can lead to flooding, which causes thousands of dollars in damage each year to homes and businesses. To minimize damage to your property, consider these helpful tips:
• Fix leaky roofs and foundation cracks.
• Keep gutters and drains clear to carry water away from the home.
• Invest in a battery-powered sump pump to pump water out of the home.
• Move expensive items to a higher level of the home.
• Prevent sewer backup by installing sewer or septic line check valves, which allow waste to only flow one way.
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When a “puffback” occurs, it can send finite soot and oil residue throughout a home. A Cranston, Rhode Island homeowner recently experienced this challenge from a problematic gas fireplace that caused soot to affect bedrooms, hallways, bathrooms and other areas in their multi-level home. That’s when our experienced Technicians went to work carefully protecting unaffected items and using the latest products and processes to thoroughly remove the soot and residue from walls, ceilings, and belongings. Once the soot was eliminated, the ServiceMaster By Mason team cleaned the Air Ducts/HVAC system throughout the home, removing all the finite particles that can clog up the system and prevent it from working efficiently, and even provided a top-to-bottom cleaning of the master bedroom and bathroom, leaving the home clean and ready to enjoy!
Show your furry friends some extra love, because March 23 is National Puppy Day! And if things get messy in all the excitement, check out these helpful tips to remove and prevent pet stains, and protect your carpets, upholstery and floors:
- Baking soda will help absorb smells from your fabric furniture.
- Place a mat at the doors where pets enter and exit the house. Mats or runners can reduce the amount of dirt that enters the house.
- Place food bowls on a mat to prevent water and food from damaging floors.
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Hundreds of representatives from the Connecticut Association of Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractors attended the 35th Annual CT PHCC Tradeshow held at Foxwoods Casino Resorts on Saturday – and ServiceMaster By Mason was there! The event is a unique opportunity for PHCC professionals to attend educational sessions, network, and meet with the companies supporting their industry. ServiceMaster By Mason partnered with ServiceMaster Old Saybrook, ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning Services and all Connecticut ServiceMaster Restore offices to provide details on our many restoration and specialty cleaning services, giveaways, & our popular “Money Tree”
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