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Halloween Fun

10/1/2020 (Permalink)

Can you believe that Summer is already over and October has already hit us! Aren't you ready for fall sweaters, to cuddle up with warm blankets, and some hot apple cider or hot chocolate?! Sometimes this means big things for some people like, HALLOWEEN!

Halloween is one of the most favorite holiday to some. There's always a ton to do like haunted houses, picking out costumes, corn mazes, trick or treating, decorating, and having some Halloween parties.

Decorating can be a hassle but also can be very enjoyable. If some people decide to do Jack-O- Lanterns, here are some tips for them to be safe. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind to keep your pumpkin carving. If you decide to paint your pumpkin that is fine too. Both ways are super fun and be enjoyable with your family or friends. 

1) When carving with a knife, make sure to wear gloves. We do not want any accidents. 

2) Clear any leaves of other debris from area

3) If there will be trick or treaters or any type walk way that will be used please keep the Jack-O-Lanterns out of the way. So no one trips or they get burnt by candles if used. 

4) Don't place lids back on pumpkins if there is not at least 2 inches of space between the flame and the lid.

5) Some people think it is safer to use a fake candle instead of a live lite candle so there is no damage. 

SERVPRO of Fayette County is here for you. 

Taking Care of your Community

12/26/2019 (Permalink)

Here at SERVPRO of Morgantown we always put the customer's needs above our own but this also extends to the needs of the community. I always try my best to help those in need whenever I see people down on their luck by giving them food, money or even just a little positive word of encouragement or prayer. Helping individuals also helps the community prosper. There are many other ways to help the community that can be simple and easy as well. One of the most important things you can do for a community is to properly dispose of waste materials and recycle things that can be recycled. This helps the community blossom and be seen for its beauty, rather than being seen for its filth. SERVPRO is always looking at ways to improve their respective communities and build together. 

Taking Care of your Community

12/26/2019 (Permalink)

Here at SERVPRO of Morgantown we always put the customer's needs above our own but this also extends to the needs of the community. I always try my best to help those in need whenever I see people down on their luck by giving them food, money or even just a little positive word of encouragement or prayer. Helping individuals also helps the community prosper. There are many other ways to help the community that can be simple and easy as well. One of the most important things you can do for a community is to properly dispose of waste materials and recycle things that can be recycled. This helps the community blossom and be seen for its beauty, rather than being seen for its filth. SERVPRO is always looking at ways to improve their respective communities and build together. 

Jack-O' Lantern Safety Tips

10/18/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO Pumpkin Halloween

You've probably noticed that the warm Summer air is now cool and the sound of once green leaves crunching as you walk. For some its a time to pull out the fall sweaters and to cuddle up with some hot apple cider but for others this time of year means one thing, Halloween.

Halloween is argumentatively one of the most fun holidays. There's always a ton to do like haunted houses, corn mazes, trick or treating, and my favorite - Decorating.

Decorating is a good time for friends and family to come together for some fun. One of the most popular and easy to do are Jack-O' Lanterns. while the back story of the Jack-O' Lantern is unknown its been around for centuries. Here are a few safety tips to keep in mind to keep your pumpkin carving a good time and not a nightmare

1) Wear gloves when using knives and other carving tools. (Fake blood is scary enough)

2) Clear any leaves of other debris from area

3) Don't place pumpkins in high traffic area to prevent them from being bumped or trick or treaters costumes from catching fire.

4) Don't place lids back on pumpkins if there is not at least 2 inches of space between the flame and the lid

5) consider using fake candles or lights in place of a real flame.