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Women in the construction Industry

2/19/2020 (Permalink)

photo of Myra Jozy Salude and Katy in the warehouse SERVPRO's team of women Myra, Jozy, Salud and Katy

The national average for women in construction related trades is around 10%. SERVPRO of Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez/Goleta is proud that about 30% of our workforce is made up of hard working women. 

March 1st thru the 7th is Women in Construction Week which was founded in 1953 by NAWIC (The National Association of Women in Construction).

SERVPRO's mission is "To develop a team of quality people who focus on excellent service, fairness and mutual respect." We believe and support anyone who wants to help others and excel. With the Vision of "To be the premier cleaning and restoration company in the world."

The women of SERVPRO are here to make a difference, help others in need, and grow personally. They work hard every day to "Like it never even happened."

So, if you have had a fire, water damage, mold issue or other problem with your home or business it is likely you will get to meet one of more of our hard working ladies who love to help. 

We wish all women a happy and safe Women in Construction Week growing awareness and changing stereotypes. 

Call SERVPRO of Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez/Goleta anytime (805) 963-0606  

SERVPRO and The American Red Cross

10/24/2017 (Permalink)

SERVPRO is a proud supporter of the American Red Cross Disaster Responder program

Responder Program

Red Cross recognizes SERVPRO for their contribution to disaster clean up.

The American Red Cross has recognized SERVPRO, a cleanup and restoration company, for participation in its Disaster Responder Program. As a Disaster Responder Program member, SERVPRO pledges a donation to the Red Cross in advance of disasters, allowing the organization to respond quickly and effectively to over 60,000 disasters on average annually, most of which are home fires. SERVPRO is entering their fourth year of partnership with the Red Cross; their donations to the organization to date have exceed one million dollars.

According to statistics cited by the Red Cross, seven people die in a home fire each day in the U.S. Aiming to reduce deaths and injuries caused by home fires by 25 percent by the end of 2019, the Red Cross launched a Home Fire Campaign in October of 2014. The support of SERVPRO and other Disaster Responder Program members allows the Red Cross to pursue their home fire prevention goals while they continue to provide critical services to disaster victims.

SERVPRO's commitment to the Red Cross Disaster Responder Program means that, when disaster strikes, homeowners can count on the Red Cross to address their immediate needs and supply essential services. 

Once the immediate emergency is under control, homeowners can count on the expertise of restoration specialists at SERVPRO to help them restore their property and move forward with their lives.