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Request Complimentary Graffiti Removal
Request Complimentary Graffiti Removal
SERVPRO of Amarillo Offers Complimentary Graffiti Removal
SERVPRO of Amarillo is excited to announce that are offering complimentary city beautification services through our community involvement program, SERV Amarillo.
SERV Amarillo provides complimentary graffiti removal, including:
- Spray Paint/Tagging
- Bird Droppings
- Other Defacements
Defacements will be cleaned, not covered, and care will be made to avoid removing art installments.
SERVPRO of Amarillo
SERV Amarillo services will be completed by SERVPRO of Amarillo, an independent and family-owned and operated business with over 35 years of experience in cleaning, restoration, and construction.
In April of 2022, SERVPRO of Amarillo was been formally acknowledged by the Potter County Commissioners Court and granted permission to remove spray-painted vandalism at no cost to the County or the City of Amarillo.
We’ve also partnered with Center City of Amarillo to assist them with Downtown revitalization efforts.
Request a Cleaning Today
Do you know of graffiti that needs to be removed? We welcome anyone to fill out a request form today.
Scan the QR code on this page and complete our service request form.
We can also be contacted by calling (806) 331-4555 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
SERVPRO of Amarillo's First Blanket and Towel Drive to Benefit Amarillo Animal Shelters
SERVPRO of Amarillo's Pet Shelter Blanket and Towel Drive will accept donations from October 23, 2021 to November 19, 2021.
Keeping our Furry Friends Safe and Warm this Winter.
SERVPRO of Amarillo is excited to announce that we have partnered with area groomers and pet stores to collect blankets and towels to help keep Amarillo shelter pets warm and comfortable.
Do you have gently worn blankets and towels that shelter pets can have?
November is just around the corner, and as the panhandle weather changes and cooler temperatures move in, our minds turn to gratitude. We are so incredibly grateful for our SERVPRO family and all of our customers. When we think of our Family, we think of our pets too. We here in the Texas panhandle love our pets!
To give back to the Amarillo area, we have resolved to help area animal shelters keep shelter pets safe and warm while they find their forever families.
Please consider donating new or used blankets and towels to any of our partner locations. We can accept:
Any color, fabric, and even size is acceptable--including the very bulky!
Where to Donate
Many Amarillo stores have graciously accepted a donation box in their business to help!
Donation boxes will be at these partner locations:
Doners may also drop off their items at our office directly:
SERVPRO of Amarillo
1301 SW 8th Ave, Amarillo, TX 79101
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Donations will be accepted starting October 23, 2021, and ending on November 19, 2021.
Donations will be Professionally Sanitized
SERVPRO technicians will pick up your donations and then professionally sanitize each one using the Esporta Wash System. This state-of-the-art textile restoration machine can clean items contaminated with just about anything--including sewage! To learn more about our textile restoration process, please read our blog.
SERVPRO of Amarillo is the only Esporta Certified Operator in the Texas Panhandle region. Our textile experts will make sure Amarillo pets have soft and very clean blankets and towels.
After sanitization, we will deliver all donations to Amarillo shelters, including:
SERVPRO is always Here to Help, and now we're extending our mission to keep our furry friends safe and warm this winter. Won't you help us?
For more information, please get in touch with us:
SERVPRO of Amarillo
Thank You to our Partners
We want to thank our donation partners for their graciousness in accepting a donation box at their businesses. We love Amarillo! The generosity of our community humbles us every day. Please consider supporting Amarillo local businesses this holiday season and every day.
Thank you, Mark and Jana Belew!
Mark and Jana Belew were owners of SERVPRO of West Amarillo for nearly twenty years.
We are pleased to announce that Mark and Jana Belew, previous owners of SERVPRO of West Amarillo, are transitioning to be a part of SERVPRO of Amarillo. Mark Belew is now our company’s head of community involvement.
“I’m thankful to Mark and Jana for this amazing opportunity to continue SERVPRO of West Amarillo,” said Michael Weaver, the company’s new co-owner. “Mark and Jana are beloved members of Amarillo, and they accomplished something few are able to, which is to start and nurture a business for nearly twenty years. I hope we can follow in their footsteps and make them proud.”
Mark added, “For me, it was never about selling a job to someone. It was about talking to them and trying to solve their problem.”
SERVPRO of West Amarillo was founded by Mark and Jana Belew in 2004. During the late summer of 2021, they sold the franchise to Michael and Lily Weaver. Team Weaver is a full-service disaster restoration operator with over 35-years as the owner of various SERVPRO franchises in Texas.
When the Belews and Weavers first began to chat about the future of SERVPRO in Amarillo, Jana remembered meeting Michael as a young child. She said, “Michael’s father, Billy, came to help us on a large fire loss in our first year of business, so it is only fitting that Michael and Lily take over the Amarillo franchise.”
“Jana called me ‘Little Michael’ back then,” Michael laughed.
Jana added, “We are happy to join with a second-generation SERVPRO franchise owner to continue our services. Michael and Lily truly understand the restoration industry, and they will continue the level of service we have provided our customers.”
Mark Belew has agreed to stay on board with SERVPRO of Amarillo.
“I look forward to working with Michael and Lily and their team over the next year,” said Mark. “I will make sure they have a smooth and seamless transition into the Texas Panhandle.”
“When Mark said yes to staying on, we were very happy,” said Lily Weaver. “He’s a great guy and has a long list of ideas for us to improve SERVPRO’s care of Amarillo. We’re listening closely and learning everything we can from him. His experience is invaluable.”
SERVPRO of Amarillo will continue a longstanding tradition the Belew family had with the Amarillo’s Children Home; they will continue to offer complimentary carpet cleanings in honor of Mark and Jana. Adding to their focus on Amarillo’s youth, they have also started a new sponsorship with the Amarillo Wranglers of the North American Hockey League.
“We are very excited that Michael and Lily will continue to support the Amarillo Children’s Home along with their sponsorship of the Amarillo Wranglers Junior Hockey Club,” Mark said. “They are focusing on helping the youth of the Texas Panhandle, and that’s a great mission to have.”
SERVPRO of Amarillo began its first full week of operations in late August 2021. Along with continuing all previous services offered, they are also adding new service lines like full-service, insurance-backed construction, and mold remediation.
They also have a big day scheduled for later this year, when Mark will have to do good on a promise he made the company was acquired.
“Mark promised to run around downtown wearing a Speedo,” Lily said. “He has to keep his promise, doesn’t he? Everyone at the office knows about it, and we’ll all be there with our cameras, that’s for sure.”
After almost two decades of running SERVPRO in Amarillo, the Belews still have a lot more planned.
“We are proud to have served the people of the Texas Panhandle for 17 years,” Jana said. “We plan to travel to see more of the United States and keep making great memories.”
“It has been a true pleasure to serve the people of Amarillo and the Panhandle over the Last 17 years,” Mark added. “We truly want to thank each and every one of our customers for allowing us to work to make it "Like it never even happened."
SERVPRO is Ready for Wrangler Hockey!
SERVPRO of Amarillo is a 2021-2022 sponsor for the NAHL's Amarillo Wranglers.
SERVPRO is Ready for Amarillo Wrangler Hockey!
SERVPRO of Amarillo is excited to be a sponsor for the Amarillo Wranglers for the club's inaugural 2021-2022 season.
"When we saw the Wranglers start their hockey club in Amarillo, we knew we wanted to be there for them," said Michael Weaver, owner of SERVPRO of Amarillo. "We love hockey, and helping our community's youth is also one of our passions. Austin Sutter knows this about this, and he put together great events for SERVPRO to be a part of this season."
SERVPRO of Amarillo will be a sponsor for the Wrangler's youth outreach program including the club's house team.
"The Wranglers hockey club, the Amarillo Ice Ranch, and the local ice sports programs are extremely blessed to have a company like SERVPRO in the Texas Panhandle, whose leadership understands the value of giving back to the community it serves," said Austin Sutter, Owner and President of the Amarillo Wranglers. "SERVPRO instills the West Texas values of hard work, integrity, and service leadership. We are beyond excited to be their partners.
Lily Weaver, owner of SERVPRO of Amarillo added, "We're excited and thankful to be a sponsor for the Wranglers and support the Ice Ranch. The organization has already done an amazing job putting the team together this summer. It's going to be a great season!"
SERVPRO of Amarillo is owned and operated by Michael and Lily Weaver. Mark Belew, the previous owner of SERVPRO of West Amarillo, has stayed on with Team Weaver to be Amarillo's head of community involvement. "I'm very happy SERVPRO is involved with this great team. Amarillo is a hockey town, and everyone is ready for the season to start," Mark said. "We'll be following the Wranglers closely and will be there to cheer them on."
The Wranglers are Amarillo's newest NAHL team. Keep up with the team at AmarilloHockey.com, Facebook, and Twitter.
Firework Season is Upon us
Fireworks stands will be open soon!
Firework Season is Upon us
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said in their 2019 report that 180 people per day had to make a trip to the ER for injuries related to fireworks. Usually fingers and hands, then legs, 34 percent were on the head (19 % in the eyes!). Sparklers, always a favorite, burn at 2000 degrees says the National Safety Council. Adult supervision should always accompany the use of fireworks.
Fireworks go on sale June 24th through July 4th and then again December 20th through January 1st
Grills also carry a fire danger, as we who live near Fritch know. Some tips for grill safety:
- Keep it clean! Fat drippings are flammable
- Don’t leave your grill unattended
- Keep the grill away from the home, deck railings, and from under eaves and tree branches.
- And most important in our area…be smart about grilling in the wind
The summer season should be a time to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Take precautions to prevent putting a damper on your summer months!
SERVPRO© of West Amarillo 806-331-4555 is "Ready for whatever happens." You can be too this summer.