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Snowstorms Don’t Scare SERVPRO of Moorhead! We’ll Whomp that Damage Back to Where it Belongs.

Thunder, lightning, and rain! Oh my!  Storms can be damage machines.  SERVPRO® of Moorhead is Here to Help storm proof your home.

SERVPRO of Moorhead

Call us at 218-236-7447

We are leaders in remediation from all kinds of storm damage.

If there’s an emergency, we’re available all day, every day, even:

  • Late at night
  • Early in the morning
  • On weekends
  • During holidays
  • When we’re listening to music
  • Especially when someone wants one of us to sing

Favorite Bits of Conversations between Minnesotans and Non-Minnesotans

Some of us have relatives who left the state (not even for North Dakota) and married non- Minnesotans. We’re talking about people in the Eastern Time Zone. Hold on, this digression will become relevant. Anyway…

MNP (MN Person) chatting with NMNP (NonMN Person)

MNP               “So, is it cold there?”

NMNP            “Yes! It’s 8 degrees! What’s it like there?”

MNP               “Not bad. It’s minus 20”

NMNP            “Never mind. It’s not cold here”

NMNP            “Do you have your own snowblower?”

MNP               “Everyone here has a snowblower”

MNP               “It just doesn’t feel like winter”

NMNP            “Why not?”

MNP               “There’s hardly any snow”

NMNP            “Really? I see plenty of snow”

MNP               “There’s hardly any new snow, and it just doesn’t feel like winter when it’s above 20 degrees”

SERVPRO of Moorhead: We are Minnesotans

The point is: we are used to winter storms, and our houses are built for winter storms, so for a winter storm to do damage, it must be a beauty of a storm, and for one of us to complain about it, … wow.

We know how to deal with

  • Torn-off roof shingles
  • Warped floors
  • Ice-damaged roofs, doors, windows
  • Water damage (to anything)
  • Basements turned into ice-fishing holes
  • Microbial growth
  • Flooding from melted snow and ice
  • Damage from downed trees
  • Anything else the weather throws at us

December 21, 2020 is the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere

  • The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year -- from December 22nd on, our days get longer
  • We’ve made it through the darkest point of the year
  • For the first time since March 4, 1226, Jupiter and Saturn will be appear so close together they’ll look like a double planet from Earth
  • They’ll still be hundreds of millions apart from each other
  • People around the world celebrate with lights, music, dance, and (our favorite) food!

SERVPRO of Moorhead

Best wishes to our neighbors and friends and families in Moorhead and Dilworth and Downer and beyond. You’re the reasons we do what we do.