Jarvis dispatched first responders from the companies water damage restoration division on Saturday to begin meeting with property owners who may experience flooding over the upcoming weeks. The first responders have extensive experience in assisting property owners who may be displaced by the flood damages. Amongst the servicers first responders are offering Memphis area property owners prior to the flooding include disaster recovery planning, priority response water mitigation and restoration services. Jarvis’s water damage restoration team use highly specialized water extraction and structural drying equipment to clean and restore water damage properties as large as one million square feet.
Jarvis Property Restoration in a privately held company founded in Detroit, Michigan in 1979 by Sheryl and Bill Jarvis. Jarvis presently has offices in the States of Illinois, Iowa, Florida and Michigan. Jarvis has worked extensively in FEMA declared emergency zones including Nashville, Tennessee in May of 2010 when the Cumberland River flooded the entire downtown area. In the summer of 2008, Jarvis spent over six months in the City of Cedar Rapids, Iowa leading a team of 1600 workers to cleanup flood damaged government buildings after the Cedar River flooded the entire city and caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damages.
To coordinate cleanup efforts or arrange for a flood recovery plan of action, you can reach a member of Jarvis’s first responders by calling 1-901-308-4350 or visiting Memphis Flood Cleanup online.