Why SERVPRO Photo Gallery

SERVPRO employee dropping off donations for the homeless

Snuggle Sacks

The amazing Lauren represented the SERVPRO teams of Northwest Genesee County and Lapeer and Grand blanc with a large donation to the Snuggle Sack-Resources for the homeless, association. Look at how festive our girl is!

SERVPRO location owners in rivalry football shirts working together to help a company open up quickly after a water loss

Commercial Pipe Burst

Location owners Josh Ingersoll and Eric Chesser (SERVPRO of Northwest Genesee County and Lapeer) may be rivals when it comes to football, but we’re all Team Green for SERVPRO during the coldest November days in 40 years. First large commercial pipe freeze of the season, and we’re on site to help mitigate the water and get them reopened quickly.

SERVPRO Summer Send Off Event Flyer

Come Send off the Summer in Style with SERVPRO!

Our End of Summer party is hosted by SERVPRO of NW Genesee County/Fenton and SERVPRO of Grand Blanc/Lapeer, in conjunction with the Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce. This collaborative event will allow you to spend your after hours with friends and colleagues from the area. All Mid-Michigan Regional Chamber Members are invited to attend - but you DO NOT have to be a chamber member to enjoy the festivities.

SERVPRO Owner Delivers Water to School in Need

SERVPRO to the Rescue

When a local SERVPRO owner heard that a local Flint school was in need of water for their students that started later that day, he immediately jumped to action. Within an hour he personally delivered 2,500 bottles of water!

Go team SERVPRO!

Community Holiday Drive

This year, we internally support the Holiday Depot of Lapeer County. Through our efforts we were able to support 50 kids this holiday season. Our donation overflowed, and when they came to empty it out, our barrel overflowed again! We are humbled by the community support and proud of what we have helped accomplish this year.

School Holiday Drive

This year, we wanted to help those in our community that are in need. Therefore, we partnered with the Holiday Depot of Lapeer County and Turrill Elementary School to collect personal items for local families. The drive ran for 3 weeks and collected 1,146 items. Some of the items donated included: Shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, laundry soap, toilet paper, hair brushes and hand sanitizer.

Fire Association Training

We are always excited to give back to our community, specifically those that help to keep us safe in our time of need. There are important skills that our fire departments need their team to know that they can’t learn in a classroom. We are excited that we were able to assist them teach those lessons.

The Lapeer County Fire Association hosted a class for trainees that taught them how to dismantle a car in emergency situations. We donated a vehicle that was being removed from our fleet and this is what it looked like when all was said and done.