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6/27/2022 (Permalink)

Has your home or business experienced fire or water damage recently? If so, the pros at SERVPRO of Western Lancaster County will restore your property and make all that damage feel “like it never even happened.”

Erase fire or water damage from your story with the #1 choice in the cleanup and restoration industry! If you need our services, just give us a ring, day or night. We’re always available for you.

Residential + Commercial = We Do It All

With over 50 years of experience in the cleanup and restoration industry, SERVPRO has had time to fine-tune every process and practice. We’re experts—experts who have wielded our skills in both residential (home) and commercial (business) restoration projects. 

Every hour your business is down due to fire or water damage is an hour of lost productivity and lost revenue. Every hour your home remains unlivable is a major disruption to your family life. You can call us day or night for fast 24-hour service when you have property damage due to:

  • Fire
  • Water
  • Mold
  • Storms

We’re Locally Owned with National Resources

There are advantages to being a local business, but there are benefits of having a national presence. Luckily, you don’t have to choose between the two.

SERVPRO of Western Lancaster County is locally owned, so we’re close by and ready to respond at a moment’s notice. Our response teams are ready to go 24/7—even on holidays. Disaster doesn’t follow a 9-to-5 schedule, and neither do we.

Of course, our SERVPRO location is just one of over 1,900 locations in the U.S. and Canada. With such a wide network and presence, we have easy access to the industry’s best equipment for your restoration and cleanup! When you give us a call, we’re bringing in the big guns:

  • Submersible pumps and industrial wet/dry vacuums
  • Industrial-grade dehumidifiers and high-speed air movers
  • Moisture detectors and hygrometers

IICRC training and certification make our team the best.

In the face of fire, water, mold, or storm damage, the sheer severity may surprise you. We’ve been doing this work for decades, so we know firsthand that the more extensive the damage, the more you’ll want a diligent and capable team in charge of restoration.  

That’s us. All our technicians hold Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the shining standard in the cleanup and restoration industry. And while the IICRC sets the standard, we take training to the next level with SERVPRO-exclusive training opportunities.

We want our specialists to be prepared for whatever they find on your property. With courses and continuing education like these, they have endless opportunities to flex and grow their skills:

  • A self-paced SERVPRO Employee Certification Training
  • A 15-day hands-on initial franchise training
  • e-Learning and continuing education classes

Tell Us, What’s Your Restoration Need?

Has a leaking pipe damaged your drywall? Have stormwaters flooded your basement? Has a fire blazed through your workplace and left smoke, soot, and unsound structures in its wake?

At SERVPRO of Western Lancaster County, we have a solution for every water and fire disaster. The first 24 hours is critical, so don’t wait. Give us a call today, and our specialists will be onsite in hours to address your disaster head-on!

Helpful Hand Washing Tips & Reminders

5/7/2020 (Permalink)

Hand washing helps prevent the unnecessary spread of germs

With the COVID-19 pandemic being at the front of most of our minds, SERVPRO of Western Lancaster thought this would be a good time for hand washing tips and reminders! The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends a 5-step hand washing protocol: 

1. Wet

Turn on the tap and wet your hands with warm or cold water.

2. Lather

With the tap running, apply soap and lather by rubbing your hands together. Be sure to lather the backs of your hands, between your fingers, and under your fingernails.

3. Scrub

Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds. An easy way to time this is by singing “Happy Birthday” twice.

4. Rinse

Rinse your hands under clean, running water.  We recommend facing your fingers toward the bottom of the sink. Leave water running.

5. Dry

Dry your hands by using a clean towel. Use the towel to turn the tap off when done.

When to Wash Your Hands:

  • Before, during, and after preparing food
  • Before and after eating food
  • Before and after caring for someone who is sick
  • Before and after treating a cut or wound
  • After going to the grocery store
  • After using the bathroom
  • After pumping gas
  • After sneezing, coughing, or blowing your nose
  • After touching an animal, animal feed, or animal waste
  • After touching garbage
  • When your hands are visibly dirty

Helpful Tip: In most cases, if soap and water are not available, you can use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. If your hands are visibly dirty please use soap and water.

- Your friendly neighborhood SERVPRO

FREE CE Credit Classes-November 15th

10/7/2016 (Permalink)

Are you needing CE Credits? We have 2 FREE upcoming classes November 15, 2016. Please see our flyer for details.

This September: Pledge to Prepare

9/23/2016 (Permalink)

September is National Preparedness Month Logo

As National Preparedness Day approaches, we are pleased to announce that SERVPRO of East York is joining the Ready Campaign, founded to increase preparedness throughout all communities in the U.S., and taking an active role in helping York County prepare for emergencies.

It means households have an emergency supply kit so they can be self-reliant for at least three days in case of emergency and having a plan for how they will respond and reconnect after an emergency. For information on creating a supply kit and writing a plan, see the Family Emergency Plan template and Emergency Supply Kit checklist. For additional, free resources and information on how you can become prepared, visit

As you pack away an extra case of water, a few more cans of soup, some spare batteries, and check the date on the fire extinguishers within your home, just remember how important those few actions may be for you and your family in the event of a disaster.

5 Home Renovations You Shouldn't Do Yourself (And Ones You Can Tackle Instead)

12/31/2015 (Permalink)

With the new year comes resolutions for both yourself and your home. But before you tackle that big interior overhaul... don't. 

Last month, real estate site Zillow Digs polled homeowners who had completed a DIY home renovation within the last three years to find out how they feel about their projects in the aftermath. The results were not so promising: More than 40 percent of homeowners said they regretted undertaking large DIY renovations such as refinishing cabinetry or expanding a room, as projects like these went over budget at least 20 percent of the time. Survey responders had the most regret over the following projects