Natural disasters can cause havoc for businesses, especially those without a data recovery plan. We all know that computers and water don’t go together. And some are better than others when it comes to preparing for the damaging effects of Mother Nature. Don’t worry, we are here to help with point to consider when putting into place a data recovery plan.
Pablo Orrego is one of our Disaster Restoration Technicians. He has been with ServiceMaster by Ayotte for two years. He has lived in Northfield for the past five years, and enjoys spending time with his wife, Carina and their three children - two boys (13 and 7) and a 2 month old baby girl. Pablo and his wife recently celebrate their 14 year wedding anniversary.
It’s that time of year again – back to school! A normal school day ends around 3 PM, but most work days aren't done until 5. Once your kids are old enough to come home by themselves, it is important for them to know what activities are safe without an adult present. Even if your kids go to a sitter, knowing this information is helpful in case of emergency. Utilize this fun activity and have...
Asbestos. Once marketed as a “magic mineral” it is now is an infamous public health menace. And, chances are if your home (or commercial building) was built before 1980, construction materials containing asbestos were likely used.
You’ve seen the pencils and notebooks at Target. You’ve noticed the clothes hanging on the racks taking a decidedly turn toward fall. It’s that time of year again -- kids will soon be heading back into the classroom.
August hosts International Beer Day, Friendship Day, Relaxation Day, and National Eat Outside Day. Sensing a theme? This is the month we start to wrap up summer, have a final cookout with friends, and take a giant breath before the school and sports schedules ramp up.
Mold can be a real issue in our homes – and, left unchecked can lead to significant health issues.
Late spring and early summer is the best time to sell your home and if you are considering putting your home on the market you’ll likely have to consider a home inspection.
It’s June and that means it is National Safety Month.