Recent Community Posts


11/24/2020 (Permalink)

Santa Claus holding Toy Drive Box with toys inside with green back ground and orange box that says give back this Christmas Give Back This Christmas Season

SERVPRO of Greensboro North is excited to announce this year’s Toy Drive in partnership with Pleasant Garden Fire Department, Pinecroft Sedgefield Fire Department, and the Southeast Volunteer Fire Department. You’ve heard it numerous times, but 2020 has been like nothing we have never faced before. The coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn have placed a heavy burden on many people's hearts this year. 

In light of all we faced together as a community it’s more important now to support one another especially those in our community who are less fortunate. Christmas is the time of year when we all come together to show our loved ones how much we care for them.

Unwrapped Gift Donations can be made at our location or one of our partners' locations. 

SERVPRO - 2902 Manufacturers Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406

Our partners' addresses -

Pinecroft Sedgefield Fire Department

2239 Bishop Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406

5107 Mackay Rd, Jamestown, NC 27282

6519 Coltrane Mill Rd. Greensboro, NC 27406

301-B E. Main St. Jamestown, NC 27282

Pleasant Garden Fire Department

4814 Pleasant Garden Rd, Pleasant Garden, NC 27313

Southeast Volunteer Fire Department

6012 Liberty Rd, Climax, NC 27233

If your home or business is in need of our services whether for fire, water, or mold damage; perhaps even deep cleaning services, call the experts today – SERVPRO of Greensboro North, 336-379-1772.


11/23/2020 (Permalink)

white female firefighter in blue uniform smiling with blue sky and statue behind her Senior Firefighter Hannah Johnson winning the HERO VS. HERO Competition

Our local first responders here in Greensboro and the surrounding communities in Guilford County have been through a lot this year. The coronavirus pandemic has brought new strains and never before seen adversities to the fire service, medical workers, and law enforcement. Being aware of the new stresses to the job, the HERO VS. HERO Competition brought new meaning to what it means to be a first responder this year. Our community has looked to them for leadership during these stressful times and they each have displayed tremendous valor to us all. 

For this year’s HERO VS. HERO Competition, we received seven candidates. 6 from the fire service and one from the Cone Health Carelink service. They are listed below.

Nominees this year - 

Senior Firefighter Hannah Johnson - City of Greensboro Fire Department

Firefighter Matt Richardson - McLeansville Fire Department

Lead EMT Rusty Gray - Cone Health Carelink 

Engineer Greg Ebel - Summerfield Fire District

Lieutenant Paul Mcnabb - Southeast Volunteer Fire Department

Captain Brian Forbis - Pleasant Garden Fire Department 

Fighter II Tyler Hassenplug - Guil-Rand Fire Department Photos from SERVPRO of Greensboro North's post

Congratulations to Senior Firefighter Hannah Johnson from the City of Greensboro Fire Department for winning the Annual SERVPRO HERO VS. HERO Competition! We received nominations from departments across Guilford County and after a week of voting, Hannah received the highest number of votes from those in our community. Hannah’s heart is for people; serving both in her official capacity as a firefighter as well as helping members of our community who need compassion and understanding during tough times. 

If your home or business is in need of our services whether for fire, water, or mold damage; perhaps even deep cleaning services, call the experts today – SERVPRO of Greensboro North, 336-379-1772.

Community Blood Drive Tuesday, October 20, 2020

10/16/2020 (Permalink)

American Red Cross logo and SERVPRO logo Blood Drive Flyer with wording describing the event and medical graphics Rehobeth United Methodist Church Blood Drive Flyer

The coronavirus pandemic has pressured hospitals and first responders like no other time in recent history, stretching medical personnel and first responders to make difficult decisions in hazardous conditions. In times such as these, we must come together as a community to support one another as well as our first responders. One of the key ways citizens can support their community during these stressful times is donating blood if they’re able to do so. 

Donating blood may provide a precious lifeline to hospital patients in dire need of a transfusion to survive. On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, at Rehobeth United Methodist Church on 4475 Rehobeth Church Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406 the blood drive will be held from 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Please come on out to support this great cause.


5/18/2020 (Permalink)

Friday, May 15 the SERVPRO of Greensboro North team ran a first responder vehicle sanitization drive-thru for local first responders. Engaging with the local community is vital and we enjoy giving back whenever possible. First responders including our firefighters, police officers, EMTs, and healthcare workers are on the frontlines during this public health crisis concerning COVID-19. It’s paramount that we support them as this time as they’re under an immense amount of stress protecting the community as well as their health and the health of their loved ones. 

During the event, our crew sanitized the interior of first responder vehicles including two fire trucks from the Pleasant Garden Fire Department and a firetruck from the Pinecroft Sedgefield Fire Department. Our first responders are in and out of their vehicles throughout the day interacting with the community in providing first aid and putting out fires. Ensuring that they have a healthy transportation environment is quite important for the entire community’s safety. 

As we move further into the summer we hope to do even more to support our first responders and the critical service they provide to us all.

SERVPRO Partners with Cone Health EMTs

5/4/2020 (Permalink)

brick office building with SERVPRO sign with a light blue and dark blue ambulance from Cone Health. Cone Health ambulance retrofitted with a negative air system environment.

The past several weeks the SERVPRO of Greensboro North team has been afforded a tremendous opportunity to partner with Cone Health; the leading healthcare provider in Guilford County as well as several surrounding counties. Assisting them to retrofit two of their ambulance buses with negative air environment systems in their efforts to provide an extra layer of safety for patients as they’re being transferred to the hospital for further care. 

Our team consistently seeks out new opportunities to partner with community influencers in helping to grow Greensboro. In stressful times such as these with a public health crisis and small businesses across the city experiencing huge disruptions in their ability to sustain their business, it’s important that we do our part. We’ve donated our time and resources in equipping the two Cone Health ambulances with the negative air environment systems to produce positive airflow in the bus, therefore, reducing the recycling of negative air in that contained environment. Presently, staffers at Cone Health are bleaching each ambulance after they transport a suspected COVID-19 patient to the hospital, however, we wanted to go a step further.  

With all of us working together will get through this stronger than we were before. Understanding how connected everything is in our community from the small mom-and-pop shops to one of the largest employers in Guilford County. 

SERVPRO of Greensboro North Participates in the Greensboro Holiday Parade

12/9/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Whoville sign attached to makeshift chimney underneath blue sky. SERVPRO of WHOVILLE for Greenboro Holiday Parade, Saturday, December 7.

Massive hot air figurines, carefully crafted floats, and crowd-pleasing marching bands are just a few words, to sum up, Saturday’s Greensboro Holiday Parade. The SERVPRO of Greensboro North team participated in the parade with members of our staff who assisted in creating the float utilized to cruise down Greene Street onto West Market Street and back down Church street. Bringing inspiration from the famous holiday classic television special, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the SERVPRO team constructed and crafted a SERVPRO of WHOVILLE float to represent our brand to the Greater Greensboro area. One of our SERVPRO employees chose to go a step further with the theme and dressed in a Grinch costume which was a might hit with the crowd especially the children who made comical remarks as the Grinch appeared down every corner. 

SERVPRO of Greensboro North is there for people during some of the worst moments of their life, assisting them in returning to some sense of normalcy after a tragedy. Understanding that we take advantage of the opportunities to engage with the community in more positive circumstances including such events as the Greensboro Holiday Parade. 

Thank you to everyone for coming out and supporting us! 

Celebrating 20 Years in the Triad!

5/8/2019 (Permalink)

We are proud to be serving Greensboro Triad Area for 20 years.

We are excited and proud to be celebrating our 20th year of serving the Triad in Greensboro, NC. At SERVPRO of Greensboro North we are an independently run, family owned business. 

Our range of services include water and fire damages, mold remediation, restoration, cleaning such as biohazards, soft contents, and carpet cleaning. 

We aim to provide the highest level of service to our clients in their time of need.  

Our technicians and managers are highly skilled and trained in both restoration and reconstruction techniques. Their training is ongoing as we stay up to date on all new technologies and procedures in the industry. As a matter of fact, we are proud to also be a trainership for many new SERVPRO franchisee owners and their technicians. 

Without our team of dedicated employees,  our business simply wouldn't be what it is. From those of our team who are in our office, to our managers and technicians, each one are a vital component to our operation. Our great team consists of people from all different walks of life. Some are from right here in the Triad and others are from cities farther away. All have one thing in common though, they have a passion for what they do and they enjoy helping members of the Triad community to put their homes and businesses back together after an emergency situation. Our current team has many new faces, and our seasoned employees are mentoring a new generation. Everyone works together to get the job done! We are proud to have such a great team, proud of the work they do and grateful for their dedication not only to us but to our community. Our office members and technicians respond to calls at every hour of the day, everyday including on weekends and during all holidays. 

Often due to major storms such as hurricanes, we and our technicians have had the honor of extending our services to communities outside of just the Triad. Some of our team has spent sometimes nearly a month or more working in those areas who’ve experienced devastating floods due to hurricanes. Most recently we’ve helped out in FL and Wilmington, NC. Communities in some areas are still recovering. We admire their resiliency and determination to rebuild and are glad to have had our part in helping to make that happen. 

From a water damage at a large business or a fire at a home to a major storm hitting our community or in a portion of our country, we are always ready when our phone rings! 

We are incredibly grateful to have been part of the Triad community for the past 20 years. We appreciate the support from the community and are very grateful we get to serve them. We hope to continue making it "Like it never even happened." for many more years to come. 

If you find yourself in need of our services for water damage, fire damage of mold remediation than give our team at SERVPRO of Greensboro North a call at 336-379-1772. 24/7 and 365 we are here for you! 

How to Help Your Community After a Major Storm

5/8/2019 (Permalink)

Donation bags and bins are great to prepare ahead of time

Often times after a major storm, communities pull together in order to take care of one another. Now with Hurricane Season approaching, is a great time to prepare for the storms. There will be areas impacted.

At SERVPRO of Greensboro North, our sense of community far extends beyond just Greensboro. In times of need we are there to go in through the floods to do our part to help areas recover.

We like to encourage everyone to gradually, maybe over a few weeks time, to put together some bags or bins of items for donation that can then be sent to any affected areas. Depending on where a storm hits, our own community may even need the donations. These prepared bags or bins, are also great to have in case you are affected by the storms.

Wondering What to Gather for Donation Bags or Bins?

  1. First off, make sure that all products you intend to donate are new or unused.
  2. Second just choose a category from below.
  3. Third then just any or all items from off that specific category to get for your bin or bag. That way when you make your donation you can label it specifically as baby supplies, or pet supplies or non- perishables etc. Once your donation is received it is then that much easier for those on the receiving end to know where the items will be going. With lots to sort through, it just helps make things easier.

Non – Perishable Food Items

Manual Can-Openers

Plastic Food Containers

Zip-Lock Bags

Easy Open/Pop-Top Foods

Snack Foods

Bottled Water or Gallons of Water

Healthy Juices


Plastic Service Products (Plates/Cups/Cutlery/Etc.)

Baby Supplies


Personal Care Items

Infant/Baby Formula

Personal Care




Adult Diapers/Depends

Feminine Hygiene Items

First Aid Kits

Antibacterial Wipes of Hand Sanitizer

Shelter Supplies

Tarps/Work Gloves


Emergency Candles


Plastic Totes w/Lids

Pet Supplies

Food – Cans/Bags


Household Items

Cleaning Supplies

Mops/Brooms/Dust Pans

Paper Products

Laundry Detergent


Trash Bags - All Sizes

All items for donation will be collected by non profits such as the Red Cross for instance. Typically when making your donation, depending on to who or which organization you are making a drop-off to, you can receive a receipt so that your donation would then be tax deductible.

Should a weather incident impact our area leaving you with any storm damage, water damage, fire damage or mold, than give us at SERVPRO of Greensboro North a call. We are available 24/7 and 365 and can be reached at 336-379-1772

Beach Music for the Community

5/8/2019 (Permalink)

It's that time of year where community gathers for FUN!

Who doesn't love to have fun for a great cause?! With summer approaching us here in Greensboro, that means that things like ballgames and events like Beach Music are underway or about to be.

This year marks the 16th year of Beach Music, which raises money each week for the local Children's Home Society. They have a great lineup of bands who are ready to rock out for our community and that you can get your dance on to. Sponsored by our friends at Bill Black Cadillac,  Beach Music starts May 30, and goes on for 5 weeks, every Thursday night. Beach Music night is held at LeBauer Park in downtown Greensboro! Check out the schedule and pricing below.


LeBauer Park (208 N. Davie St., Greensboro, NC 27401)
Gates open at 5:30, concert begins at 6


$10 each

Event tickets can be purchased online using the links below.

Season Passes are $40. If you are interested in purchasing a Season Pass please visit here.

***Tickets will not be mailed. Prepaid patrons will check in at the gate.***


May 30: Sleeping Booty| purchase tickets
June 6: Band of Oz | purchase tickets
June 13: Chairmen of the Board| purchase tickets
June 20: The Embers feat. Craig Woolard | purchase tickets
June 27: The Tams| purchase tickets

Grab up your friends and families and dance the Thursday nights away. Don't forget the Greensboro Grasshoppers are also right nearby Beach Music. A great place to go afterwards or on any other home game evening. We are going to a game soon ourselves. Stay tuned for that blog! For a complete schedule of Greensboro Grasshopper Home Games, click here.

At SERVPRO of Greensboro North, we are here for members of our community in their time of need. Be it do to storm damage, water damage, fire damage or mold, we are here for you! We can be reached 24/7 and 365 at 336-379-1772.  

North Carolina Hurricane Emergency Management

5/7/2019 (Permalink)

Emergency Management for Greensboro and NC offer emergency notices for our community.

History indicates that families and communities who prepare in advance for hurricanes and other disasters are generally able to recover more quickly. In NC, Gov. Cooper is urging families not to wait until a possible hurricane is in the forecast and to make time now to discuss their emergency plans, review their homeowners and renter’s insurance policies, and update their emergency supplies. 

For those of us living in Guilford County, hurricane preparedness is much different than for those living close to coastal areas, such as Wilmington, Carolina Beach, or the Outer Banks. Many of us living in the Triad or other areas inland, don’t typically live in flood zones, so we often don’t tend to prepare for hurricanes as readily as our coastal neighbors.

However, understanding what to do in case of a hurricane and for how to prepare for a hurricane is still incredibly important. Guilford County is often a safe destination for coastal evacuees as we are inland and yet still close, while being far enough away. It’s important for us to know evacuation routes, where shelters will be open in our city, and where we can drop off food and supplies for shelters and affected areas. If evacuation for coastal areas are in order, people often leave without some necessities. Knowing and anticipating the needs that may arise is key for neighbors being able to help other neighbors.

Emergency Management offices are important sources of information and news for information and planning in Guilford County and surrounding counties. Log onto their websites for more information:

Greensboro Emergency Management

North Carolina Emergency Management

Download the FEMA App for nationwide information such as alerts, tips, and shelter locations. The app allows you to input up to five (5) locations to receive emergency news from.

Information on hurricanes and overall emergency preparedness can be found on the ReadyNC mobile app and online at

SERVPRO of Greensboro North is a water damage restoration and fire and smoke damage restoration company in Greensboro North Carolina, We also perform mold inspections and mold remediation. If you experience flooding from a Hurricane or other storm, we are here for you! Our highly trained technicians are available for dispatch 24/7 and 365 days a year! Just give us a call at 336-379-1772

Second Annual Volunteer Fire Department Chili Cook-Off / Health Fair and Fall Festival

12/13/2018 (Permalink)

Everyone had a blast at our Second Annual Volunteer Fire Department Chili Cook-Off / Health Fair and Fall Festival

For the second year in a row SERVPRO Greensboro North hosted its annual Volunteer Fire Department Chili Cook-Off / Health Fair and Fall Festival. In conjunction with Rehobeth United Methodist Church, this years 2018 hosts, our event was on November 3rd. 

Our fun filled family event included a chili cook-off between many local volunteer fire departments where SERVPRO provided a significant contribution to the top two winning departments. This years winners were Pinecroft Sedgefield Fire Department and Climax Fire Department. Each winner was presented with a check for $1,000 from our franchise owner Britt Holcomb!

In addition, our event included a Health Fair complete with free flu shots, that were given by the Methodist Congregational Nurses. Blood Pressure Screenings, A1C Screenings and Free Health Assessments were also be provided.

Plus, we had a Fall Festival full of bouncy houses, games and food for families, along with educational activities concerning fire and personal safety for children. One of our local fire departments from Summerfield brought their trailer complete with mock kitchen and bedroom to teach fire safety. We had the Sheriffs department represent as well as some EMT's.

Throughout the festivities, we held a raffle held in order to raise funds towards benefiting fire education for children and the startup of a local food bank through Rehobeth United Methodist Church. Many local businesses participated in donating great items to be raffled off. We had everything from dining, to concert tickets, sporting event tickets and more! A great job by our very own Kathy Noble and Rachel Amelkin on gathering and collecting so many great donations for prizes.

At SERVPRO Greensboro North we love hosting the community and raising money for some great causes! If you missed joining in the festivities this year or last year than be on the lookout for next years event. We hope to see you there!

If you need us at all beforehand under different circumstances such as water damage, storm damage, mold or fire, than please call us. We are available to you 24/7 365 days a year. Just call us at 336-379-1772

President Approves Federal Funding for Guilford & Rockingham Counties

5/9/2018 (Permalink)

Just a small example of damage.

The President has officially approved Governor Roy Cooper's request for a federal disaster declaration to help tornado victims in Guilford and Rockingham counties.

The decision came on Tuesday, April 15.  All storm victims will be able to apply for low-interest federal loans or grants to help them repair their homes and businesses.
 Families and business owners can now apply for financial help to repair and rebuild.
The governor declared a state of emergency for Guilford and Rockingham counties on April 20 and sent the federal disaster declaration request to the president on April 25.

He reached out to local officials today to share the good news that the request for federal help has been granted.

Storm survivors are encouraged to register with FEMA online or via phone as soon as possible, in one of the following ways:

    • Online at

    • Download the FEMA Mobile App and register online

    • Phone 800-621-3362 (FEMA). Applicants who use 711 or Video Relay Service may also call 800-621-3362. Persons who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a speech disability and use a TTY may call 800-462-7585

    • The toll-free numbers are open from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week

  • Multilingual operators are available

CONTACT SERVPRO of Greensboro North for all your storm repair needs.

May Flowers Come From Aprils Showers; You Ready?

5/8/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Greensboro North (336) 379-1772

April showers bring the May flowers.
Are you SERVPRO ready?

While spring is a beautiful time of year, April showers can create flood conditions faster than you may realize. Knowing the difference between a flood warning and flood watch is important. A Flash Flood Watch, means there is possible flooding in the Greensboro area. A Flash Flood Warning, means flooding is already occurring or will occur soon in the Greensboro area.

Preparing Your Family for a Flood

Your family will be better prepared to withstand a flood if you have the following items available, packed and ready to go in case you need to evacuate your home.

3 day supply of water, 1 gallon per person per day  3 day supply of non-perishable food items  Flashlights, extra batteries and multi-purpose tools  A first aid kit and a extra medications “ Sanitation and person hygiene items Extra pet supplies, food, ID and vet records. Extra clothing, blankets, sturdy shoes and rain gear Sunscreen and bug repellent - Emergency contact information and copies of important person documents. A camera to take photos of flood damage. Extra charges for electronic devices.

Greensboro Red Cross Emergency Number - (336) 333-2111

Greensboro Red Cross Location - 1501 Yanceyville Street Greensboro, NC 27415

Storm Damage Cleanup and Restoration  What to do after a Flood or Water Damage

Floods and water damage often occur with little warning and can be devastating to homes, business and entire communities. Taking immediate action after a disaster is vital. Communicating with your insurance company and calling upon the emergency response restoration experts at SERVPRO will help you move forward faster. Taking pictures, collecting items, extracting water and starting the dry-out™ process can be helpful, but safety must come first. If your home or business is not sturdy, do not go in. Leave that to us!

Regardless of the storm, flood or water damage, SERVPRO of Greensboro North is here to help! Our team of highly trained water damage specialists is faster in any disaster. And with a national network of over 1,650 SERVPRO Franchises across the country, we have the resources to handle any storm or disaster.

Did you know?

50% of businesses may never reopen after suffering a disaster. Your friends at SERVPRO are the only restoration team to offer everything you need to best prepare your business for disaster at the palm of your hand. We do this with our FREE the Emergency Ready Profile app, also known as an ERP. The ERP app stores your business™ emergency contacts and your business venders (HVAC service, plumbers, emergency restoration company, etc.).

Click here to learn more -

What to Do After a Flood or Water Damage

  • Remove excess water by mopping and blotting.
  • Wipe excess water from wood furniture after removal of lamps and tabletop items.
  • Remove and prop wet upholstery and cushions.
  • Place aluminum foil or wood blocks between furniture legs and wet carpeting.
  • Turn air conditioning on for maximum drying in summer.
  • Remove colored rugs from wet carpeting.
  • Remove art objects to a safe, dry place.
  • Gather loose items from floors.

What NOT to Do After a Flood or Water Damage

  • Don't leave wet fabrics in place. Hang furs and leather goods.
  • Don't leave books, magazines or other colored items on wet carpet or floors.
  • Don't use your household vacuum to remove water.
  • Don't use television or other household appliances.
  • Don't turn on ceiling fixtures if ceiling is wet, and keep out of rooms where ceilings are sagging. 

Serving Our Community In Many Ways

5/8/2018 (Permalink)

Making A Difference

Here at SERVPRO of Greensboro North we love to give back to our community, and such was the case recently when our technicians Korey and Herbert volunteered their time cleaning a local domestic violence shelter.  The brand new kitchen, donated by a local contractor, and the deep cleaning that our guys did definitely put a smile on the residents faces. 

If you or someone you know needs to find a domestic violence shelter, there are over 105 domestic violence organizations in North Carolina that provide services at some level. domestic is a great resource in locating one if you are in need.

We hope that in giving our time to help clean this newly renovated space, we can help give those affected a safe space where they can be out of the former situations that they were in and move on towards a brighter future.

Tips To Think About 2018

5/7/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Greensboro North wants to remind you of some helpful tips to help insure a safe and happy 2018.  

  1.  All smoke detectors have a manufacturing date on them.  If that date over 10 years old, replace it!  Also if your home has gas or oil heat it is a good idea to invest in a carbon monoxide detector.
  2.  Keep a prepacked bag handy with some cash, changes of clothes, medications, copies of important documents, etc. 
  3. Have your family practice fire drills to make sure everyone knows how to escape, what to do and where to meet should a fire occur. 
  4. Vacation soon? If you are travelling and will be away for several days, please be sure to turn off the water so you do not come home to any surprises. 
  5. If you are using rubber hoses for the water supply to your washing machine, they need to be replaced every 5 years. Consider using steel braided hoses as they are much more durable than rubber ones.
  6. Periodically check the water supply lines on ice makers and dish washers for signs of wear and replace when needed.
  7. Keep a properly rated fire extinguisher in your kitchen. Does everyone know where it is located and how to use. 
  8. Make sure you know where the critical shutoffs are in your home for main power, water and gas if applicable.

Hope that helps!! Contact SERVPRO of Greensboro North  for any emergency needs.

SERVPRO Night at Grasshoppers Game

5/7/2018 (Permalink)

SERVPRO of Greensboro North, Burlington, and Kernersville had a great time hosting several local insurance agents and their families at the Greensboro Grasshoppers game!  The weather, attendance, and food was perfect. Unfortunately, the Grasshoppers came up short. 

We at SERVPRO of Greensboro North, Burlington and Kernersville are so fortunate to have such a great group of local agents that we work with.  This game was a great opportunity for us to get to know some of our agents on a more personal level, get to meet each others families, and get to watch a great game, eat some fantastic ballpark food, have a cold beverage, and cheer our local team onto victory! 

Thank you again to everyone who made the 2018 SERVPRO of Greensboro North baseball night a success.

SERVPRO night at the Grasshoppers game!

6/24/2016 (Permalink)

SERVPRO employees at the ballpark!

SERVPRO of Greensboro North, Burlington, and Kernersville had a great time hosting several local insurance agents and their families at the Greensboro Grasshoppers game!  With storms all around, we lucked out and the game went on without a hitch!  The game went into the 11th inning, with the Grasshoppers beating the Hickory Crawdads, 8 runs to 5 runs. 

We at SERVPRO of Greensboro North, Burlington and Kernersville are so fortunate to have such a great group of local agents that we work with.  This game was a great opportunity for us to get to know some of our agents on a more personal level, get to meet each others families, and get to watch a great game, eat some fantastic ballpark food, have a cold beverage, and cheer our local team onto victory!  We even had a visit from the mascot!

We look forward to many more fun events in the future!!

SERVPRO and the PTAA help fight hunger together!

6/14/2016 (Permalink)

SERVPRO employees give back!

SERVPRO is helping to combat hunger in our community by collecting canned goods and non-perishables through August 31st. 

By partnering with the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association and the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, we can help fight hunger right here where we live.

Second Harvest Food Bank says:

"When people do not have access to enough food to power them through their days, the costs are borne by us all. Hungry children cannot learn. Hungry adults cannot be productive. Hungry communities cannot grow and flourish.

Together, we can feed hope and feed our community. Across Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC’s 18-county service area, 1 in 6 people struggles with food insecurity. More than 1 in every 4 children lives at risk of hunger and many seniors are facing choices no one should have to make, including whether to buy food or critical medicines.             

With our network of more than 400 partner food assistance programs and supporters like you, Second Harvest Food Bank provides food to help meet urgent nutritional needs and works to put an end to hunger through education, outreach and advocacy. Together, we are a lifeline for more than 300,000 neighbors in need, one third of which are children. "

Stop by our office 8am-5pm Monday-Friday with your non-perisables and help us help those in need!

Come see us at:

2902 Manufacturers Road

Greensboro NC  27406

SERVPRO employees volunteer time at local shelter

4/29/2016 (Permalink)

Korey and Herbert volunteer time

Here at SERVPRO we love to give back to our community, and such was the case recently when our technicians Korey and Herbert volunteered their time cleaning a local domestic violence shelter.  The brand new kitchen, donated by a local contractor, and the deep cleaning that our guys did definitely put a smile on the residents faces.  

If you or someone you know needs to find a domestic violence shelter, there are over 105 domestic violence organizations in North Carolina that provide services at some level. is a great resource in locating one if you are in need.

We hope that in giving our time to help clean this newly renovated space, we can help give those affected a safe space where they can be out of the former situations that they were in and move on towards a brighter future.