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AUSTIN - A disaster can strike causing fire or water damage. Ask SERVPRO of San Marcos/New Braunfels because they specialize in fire and water damage cleanup and mold remediation. They are part of a national franchise system.





    While it is unfortunate when these natural disasters occur, it is reassuring to know there are solutions to the problems.
    SERVPRO of San Marcos/New Braunfels has been in business for 34 years. Owners Darby and Tammy Wright operate their franchise on five acres in San Marcos, with an office complex and a 10,000sf warehouse.
    The Wright’s have two children, Travis and Kayleigh, who both help operate the business. Travis is a production manager for the team. He’s been with SERVPRO for 12 years; both him and his father are licensed state mold remediation contractors. Kayleigh is the team’s commercial marketing and event coordinator.
    This location has 20 employees, which complete the sales, production and office divisions. Wright explains,
”Every job comes with its own set of challenges; every job and customer is different.” That is why the SERVPRO team is always ready for the battles with disaster.
    Some service areas include Kyle, Buda, Dripping Springs, Driftwood, Wimberley, San Marcos and New Braunfels.
    Then, of course, during the devastation of Hurricane Harvey the crews were called out. “We have worked all the big floods that have hammered these areas,” said Wright.
    Aside, from the busy year and what is to come, SERVPRO commits to community outreach. Recently they held a fajita cookout at Rio Vista Park in San Marcos for their customers. “Fajitas, beans, queso dip, rice and tea were served and our event was a big hit,” said Wright.
    The construction industry needs restoration because no one knows when disaster can strike a property.
    SERVPRO is a fire and water damage cleanup and mold remediation franchise in San Marcos, TX. –lv

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