SERVPRO receives BBB 2017 Complaint Free Award
BBB 2017 Complaint Free Award
SERVPRO LaGrange/Burr Ridge/Hinsdale is proud to receive the Better Business Bureau's 2017 Complaint Free Award.
We continue to maintain a high level of integrity and trust with our customers and we're proud of the positive reputation we have in our community. "Customer satisfaction is a top priority for SERVPRO, and receiving the Complaint Free Award yet again is an affirmation of the hard work and energy our team of experts puts into our services and products. It shows that our employees continue to deliver and achieve the high standards we are known for", stated Joe Scaglione, SERVPRO LaGrange/Burr Ridge/Hinsdale franchise owner.
This award has been awarded to our franchise for several years in a row and we have an A+ rating with the BBB.
TAKE ACTION TO PREVENT THE FLU!
According to the CDC, Flu activity is currently widespread in most of the U.S. The peak of flu season occurs anywhere from late November through March.
Things you can do to avoid the flu at work and home:
Keep your hands clean
Viruses often live on surfaces we put our hands on: countertops, tables, laptops and office desks, etc. We need to keep our hands clean if we’re going to stay healthy. The CDC says, “Washing your hands often will help protect you from germs. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand rub.”
Inoculate: Get a flu shot
If you haven’t already, it’s not too late to get a flu shot. One of the biggest things that discourage people from getting vaccinated is the misconception that flu shots cause people to get sick. The CDC says that while illness from a flu shot is rare, it most likely is caused by other culprits: You may have another respiratory virus such as bronchitis or pneumonia. Also, it’s possible that you may have been exposed to a virus that is another strain of the flu and not the one used in the vaccine. In any event, the flu shot does not cause the flu.
Stay at home if you are sick
If you happen to be employed, there is no shame in staying home from work if you’re not feeling well. That’s why employees have an allotment of sick days. Of course, there are times when you feel that your absence would delay certain tasks or projects that need to be completed. If you can’t take a vacation day, see if it’s possible for you to work remotely. In any event, if you’re sick from the flu or a cold, it’s a good idea to stay home so as not to spread it at work.
Steer clear of close contact
While you may not have a water cooler at your job, there may still be times when you congregate to discuss a project or have a meeting. While face-to-face may be ideal, many companies now have inter-office messaging systems that allow for the same conversations to take place remotely. If you you’re a boss or supervisor, encourage online communications rather than close contact by initiating messages via computer.
Bonus: Cover your nose and mouth
One of the primary ways that the virus travels is in the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. If you are sick, it’s important to cover your nose and mouth when sneezing or coughing. To limit the spread of germs, it’s best to put a handkerchief or tissue between your hand and mouth.