Homeowner Association Disaster Planning

 In West Michigan, area news reported recently that heavy rains in the area have caused a retention pond to overflow and flood several homes in an association community. Residents have been told that the homeowner association is responsible for remediation of the pond or better drainage to stop the flooding.Property managers, association board members and […] Read more →

The Truth About Labor Day

As Labor Day approaches and families set off for their last summer weekend, Clean Response wants to reflect on the history of this significant day. We also offer a special thank you to the Clean Response team that continues to work hard on water damage, fire damage and other disasters every day. In the late 1800s […] Read more →

Restoring Your Church!

Churches are a gathering place for members and the public to do good works and worship together. They are a symbol of hope as well as shelter. So when disaster strikes, getting church facilities cleaned up and restored is very important. Last year, our head water technician, Nick Nash, worked alongside church staff after their church […] Read more →

Fire Sprinkler Demo

This month, employee Dale Busch had the opportunity to attend an open house for fire sprinkle and pipe fitters.  As part of the day, the state chapter of the National Fire Sprinkler Association did a live fire sprinkler demonstration in a trailer that Clean Response maintains for them.  The demonstration consisted of two identical rooms […] Read more →

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