Servpro of Williamson County

Servpro of Williamson County

(615) 790-9634

3542 Jim Warren Rd­. Spring Hill, TN 37174



Residential and Commercial Restoration Services

SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals provide fire and water damage restoration services. We are available 24 hours/7 days a week!

Disaster Restoration

Servpro of Williamson County

(615) 790-9634

3542 Jim Warren Rd. Spring Hill, TN 37174



SERVPRO of Williamson County is a trusted leader in the restoration industry with over 1,650 additional Franchises in the U.S. and Canada. Whether you need help with emergency flood damage or your upholstery cleaned, you can depend on SERVPRO of Williamson County. Our technicians have extensive cleaning and restoration training and can make your property look its best.

SERVPRO of Williamson County is a trusted leader in the restoration industry with over 1,650 additional Franchises in the U.S. and Canada. Whether you need help with emergency flood damage or your upholstery cleaned, you can depend on SERVPRO of Williamson County. Our technicians have extensive cleaning and restoration training and can make your property look its best.


Fire and water damage can interrupt your business operations in an instant without notice. An unexpected period of lost productivity and revenue can be devastating. SERVPRO of Williamson County has the training, equipment, and resources to get your commercial property back to business quickly.

Fire and water damage can interrupt your business operations in an instant without notice. An unexpected period of lost productivity and revenue can be devastating. SERVPRO of Williamson County has the training, equipment, and resources to get your commercial property back to business quickly.


SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals provide fire and water damage restoration services. We are available 24 hours/7 days a week!

SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals provide fire and water damage restoration services. We are available 24 hours/7 days a week!


Mold Remediation in Williamson County

Many people may think that their home or business is completely free and clear of mold, but the reality is that mold is pervasive. It is in all of our homes, apartments, basements, attics, and crawl spaces in different forms. With over 100,000 different types of mold identified by scientists, it is literally everywhere. But do you know when to call a professional immediately, before the problem gets worse? SERVPRO of Williamson County can help you find out.

If the mold is in a crawl space, generally speaking so long as it is not extensive it can be considered a normal occurrence and nothing that will cause health problems. However, if the mold has grown in the interior of the home, other issues are nearly guaranteed. It is important to contact a professional in these cases, because self-diagnosis of mold issues can lead to thousands of dollars in mistakes and repairs if diagnosed incorrectly. A professional, called an industrial hygienist (IH), will be able to do a visual inspection and determine how to treat your mold growth moving forward. SERVPRO of Williamson County is in network with many talented industrial hygienists and can assist you in locating a qualified professional to test your air and outline a course of treatment.

Many people assume that any black mold they find in their homes is the dangerous “black mold,” but the actual incidences of true black mold are very minimal. There are over 250,000 common household strains of mold, some of which are black. True black mold is a very specific and rare type of harmful mold growth. However, even if the mold in your home is not the black mold, many other strains of mold can still cause major problems.

The populations most at risk for health problems related to mold are the young, the elderly, and those with compromised immune system. Even for those with severe fungus or penicillin allergies , mold growth can spell disaster for respiratory health. After determining the extent and potential consequences of your mold growth, the IH will create a protocol for SERVPRO of Williamson County to follow. A SERVPRO of Williamson County professional trained in mold remediation will then be able to come in and treat the area thoroughly. We are also state-certified to apply the necessary pesticides to eradicate mold growth once and for all.

If you have mold growth in your home or suspect that you may, do not wait to call a professional before the problem gets worse. Visit our website at to learn more about our state-of-the-art mold remediation services, or call (615) 790-9634 to speak to one of our franchise professionals about your next steps.

Be “Emergency Ready”with SERVPRO of Williamson County

Did you know that after a natural disaster or massive emergency situation, as many as 50% of all businesses never fully recover? If you are a business owner or manager, this can be a very sobering statistic—especially if you don’t have a plan in place should the worst ever happen. The primary reason businesses never recover is precisely because of poor planning. Most have heard the colloquial advice, “Hope for the best, plan for the worst,” but few actually follow through, particularly when it comes to their businesses.

This is why SERVPRO of Williamson County proudly offers the SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile for area businesses to help them be fully prepared for any disaster, no matter what form it may take. At no cost to the business, we come out and give a free assessment of the facility. We put together a comprehensive disaster action plan that includes everything from power shutoff to insurance information to emergency contacts. Many business owners and managers either don’t know this information or don’t have it readily on hand, but the SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile will help them do just that.

Once we are finished, businesses will be left with a detailed guide outlining exactly what they will need to do from the moment disaster strikes till the day they are completely back on their feet again. The SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile provides critical details for disaster mitigation and recovery services that no business can truly afford to be without.

Speaking of finances, one of the main reasons many businesses never recover from disaster is because they cannot afford it—it simply costs too much money. But with the SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile, recovery time is shortened and expenses streamlined, so there is no wasting time or money on your way back to normalcy.

As the world’s largest disaster recovery and restoration company, we have relationships with hundreds of insurance companies and will work with your provider to handle claims, negotiate prices, and get you back on your feet in no time at all. Just sit back and let us do what we do best!

If you are a business owner or manager and you do not have an emergency preparedness protocol in place for your business, contact SERVPRO of Williamson County today and ask us about the SERVPRO Emergency Ready Profile. We will be happy to explain how it works in further detail and schedule an appointment to assess your facility and help you get prepared for “any size disaster.” At SERVPRO of Williamson County, we make it “Like It Never Even Happened!”

Call SERVPRO of Williamson County at (615) 790-9634, or visit our website at for more information.

How to Prevent Water Damage in Your Home

Although SERVPRO of Williamson County will always be there to help you pick up the pieces after water damages your home, we wish it would never happen to anyone in the first place! And although some water damage, such as that which comes from natural disasters, may be unavoidable. There are certain proactive steps you can take to ensure that potential in-home sources of water damage never become a problem.

Make a habit of regularly checking and performing any necessary maintenance on the following:

- Any pressurized water sources- Toilet, washing machine, and ice maker supply lines are particularly vulnerable to bursting. But any source of water that requires human interaction to stop it from running falls under this category.

- All water supply lines- Sinks, dishwashers, hoses and more all have the potential to break and cause water damage.

- Hot water heaters- A hot water heater bursting can be truly disastrous, and any issues should be dealt with by a professional trained in water heater repair and maintenance. Making sure your water heater is in good working order can mean the difference between a simple, affordable solution, and a costly accident.

- All appliances that use water- The pipes and supply lines are not the only thing that can cause a problem. Dishwashers and washing machines have a nasty habit of overflowing!

Of course, some instances of water damage cannot be prevented with even the most diligent maintenance. And when the worst happens, SERVPRO of Williamson County will be the first on the scene. With any water damage scenario, it is important to have a professional complete the cleanup process, because it is the water you don’t see that does the most damage. You may think you have gotten it all, but lingering water under the floorboards or in other hidden places can lead to mold problems in the future.

No matter what happens, SERVPRO of Williamson County is available to help you 24/7, for any size disaster. For more information about the water damage cleanup services we offer, call (615) 790-9634 today or visit our website at .

How to Be Prepared During Storm Season in Nashville, TN

The summer months are upon the middle Tennessee area, and soon the typical summer storms will be, as well. With the summer storms come a whole host of other issues: water damage, strong winds, hail, and sometimes even flooding. At SERVPRO of Williamson County, it is our goal to make sure that every individual or business is prepared for summertime disaster—and to be there to help get them get back on their feet.

First of all, it is important to know the difference between a storm watch and a storm warning. Watches and warnings are issued on the radio and television and many people do not know the distinctions between the two.

A storm watch means that conditions are likely for a storm to occur and you are in the projected area. A storm warning means that a storm has been indicated by radar or reported by spotters and is presently occurring.

Second of all, it is important to have an emergency kit prepared and a plan in place to make sure you and your family know what to do in case of a disaster. A plan cannot only save lives, but also minimize the amount of time you are down and get you back into your building or home faster.

Emergency supply kits should always include the following:

- One gallon of water per person, per day

- Three-day supply of nonperishable food items

- Manual can opener

- Battery operated radio

- Flashlight and extra batters

- First aid kit

- Whistle

- Extra clothing

- Dust masks or bandanas

- Plastic sheeting

- Garbage bags

- Duct tape

- Pliers and a wrench

- Hygiene items

- Important documents (insurance policies, IDs, bank account information)

- Cash

- Fire extinguisher

- Matches in a waterproof container

It can be scary to think about the damage that can come from a strong summer storm, but being prepared helps you know that should the worst happen, you and your family will be safe and able to get back on your feet as soon as possible.

And at SERVPRO of Williamson County, we will be there for you no matter what happens and help you clean up in the aftermath, so your home or building looks as good as new. SERVPRO of Williamson County is faster to any size disaster. For more on the services we offer, call (615) 790-9634 or visit today!

SERVPRO of Williamson County and The American Red Cross: Helping Businesses Stay Prepared for Disaster in Nashville, TN

SERVPRO of Williamson County is deeply invested in helping local businesses be prepared for emergencies—and in helping them recover when disaster does strike. We accomplish this through two programs: The American Red Cross’s Ready Rating program, and SERVPRO’s Emergency Ready program.

The American Red Cross

The American Red Cross's Ready Rating program is a comprehensive business resource that seeks to help businesses prepare for emergencies and disasters from a structural standpoint—ensuring the survival of the business even if they experience a temporary loss of facilities due to fire, tornadoes, water damage, hurricanes, or other events. It includes an assessment any business can undergo to determine their current level of preparedness and direction on where to go next to improve existing plans and protocol. There are checklists, mobile apps, and templates created to make it as simple and straightforward as possible for businesses to have a plan in place to succeed. Information about the Ready Rating program can be found at .

SERVPRO of Williamson County

SERVPRO’s Emergency Ready program focuses on the practical, physical aspect of emergency preparedness—the facilities themselves.We take businesses through the ins and outs of their facilities and make sure they know how to:

- Shut off water, gas, and electricity if necessary

- Compile and maintain emergency contacts for all employees

- Who to call for plumbing, HVAC, and other utilities

- And so much more!

Empowering businesses with knowledge and a plan is the best way to ensure that disaster, when it strikes, is minimized, and the business gets back on their feet and into their facility as soon as possible. SERVPO also provides a mobile app for the Emergency Ready program which includes templates for emergency contact lists, disaster preparedness plans, online resources and more. Information about Emergency Ready and the mobile app can be found at .

It is SERVPRO of Williamson County’s highest honor and pleasure to partner with the American Red Cross in helping our communities prepare for and respond to disaster, in whatever form it takes. We work alongside them in many emergency situations—wherever you find people in need, SERVPRO of Williamson County and The American Red Cross will be there!

Are Your Home’s Air Ducts on Your Spring Cleaning Checklist?

Local SERVPRO® remediation specialist offers duct inspection and maintenance guidelines for homeowners

This is the time when homeowners begin to make a list of spring cleaning chores to prepare for warmer weather ahead. This year, Angie Plantz with SERVPRO® of Williamson County suggests including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) ductmaintenance on your to-do list.“At the very least, performing some simple maintenance on the ducts in your home will help your HVAC system work at maximum efficiency,” said Plantz. “In some cases, it may highlight a problem you need to address.”

Plantz offers the following guidelines based on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommendations for routine maintenance of the HVAC system in your home:

1. Maintain filters:

Use the highest efficiency air filter recommended by the manufacturer of your HVAC system and change filters regularly. If your filters become clogged, change them more frequently. Also, be sure you do not have any missing filters so that air cannot bypass filters through gaps around the filter holder.

2. Minimize dust:

Dust and vacuum your home regularly, using the highest efficiency filter bags your vacuum cleaner can take – preferably HEPA bags. If you undertake dusty construction or renovation work in your home, seal off supply and return registers and do not turn your HVAC system on until you have cleaned up the dust.

3. Clean cooling coils and drain pans:

Cooling coils, which are designed to remove water from the air, can be a major source of moisture contamination that can lead to mold growth in your HVAC system. Make sure that the drain pans under these coils drain properly and check any nearby insulation for wet spots. If you see substantial standing water and/or debris in these pans, contact a qualified service professional immediately. If your system includes an in-duct humidifier, be sure to follow manufacturer operating instructions.

For some homeowners, this routine maintenance may uncover evidence of a larger problem, like mold growth, rodent or insect infestation, or ducts so clogged with dust and debris that particles are being released into the home through air supply registers. Plantz says this is the time to call in the professionals for an expert evaluation of the problem and, if necessary, a clean-up plan.

“Restoration and remediation specialists like the technicians at SERVPRO of Williamson County can help you determine how serious the problem is,” says Plantz. “In many cases, routine maintenance is all that is required. But if the problem could pose a health threat to people living in the house, you need to call in the professionals. SERVPRO technicians are trained to use specialized cleaning and disposal techniques to remove any contaminants from your ducts safely and completely, without releasing them into your home.”

For more information on air duct cleaning and other related cleaning services, please visit . For more information on SERVPRO of Williamson County, contact Angie Plantz at 615-790-9634 or


Founded in 1967, the SERVPRO® Franchise System is a national leader and provider of fire and water cleanup and restoration services and mold mitigation and remediation. SERVPRO’s professional services network of nearly 1,700 individually owned and operated Franchises responds to property damage emergencies ranging from small individual disasters to multi-million dollar losses. Providing coverage in the United States and Canada, the SERVPRO System has established relationships with major insurance companies and commercial clients, as well as individual homeowners.

SERVPRO® of Williamson County


How To Get Your Home Clean To Sell In Nashville

Hire SERVPRO of Williamson County To Clean And Tidy Up Your House

Clean homes sell faster. That is the bottom line. When a potential buyer enters your home, they do not want to see junk laying around or repairs to be made. Hiring an outside company to help you get your home up to par before you place it on market will prepare you for selling as fast as possible. People want to see a home that has been maintained and taken care of. SERVPRO of Williamson County allows you to present your home in a way that reels buyers in. Call us at 615-790-9634 to learn more about our services.

Ways Our Team Cleans Your Home:

Duct and HVAC System Cleaning- Air ducts can circulate odors and contaminants like mold and irritating dust throughout a home. Your local SERVPRO Franchise Professional in Williamson County uses a Portable Ventilation and Air Duct Cleaning System to examine duct work and make a clean sweep, removing years of dust and grime.

- Reduces allergens and pet dander

- Eliminates offensive odors

- Improves operating conditions and efficiency

General Cleaning

- Carpets, Upholstery, Drapes, and Blinds

- Ceilings, walls, and hard floors

- Deodorization

- Biohazard and crime scene

- Vandalism


- Fire, smoke, and soot

- Water removal and dehumidification

- Mold mitigation and remediation

- Catastrophic storm response

- Move outs and contents restoration

- Electronics and equipment

- Document drying

- Contents claim inventory service

Veteran realtors will advise you to keep your homes in top condition for these reasons:

- Increased market value

- Shortened list to sell conversion times

- Enhanced reputation for quality listings and quick sales

Another reason you should hire our team before you sell is that you will have a much smoother home inspection. You do not want to file a claim to your insurance company if you do not have to. The reason is because you do not want to affect your CLUE report. This stands for Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange. It is a database which records report loss and damage information, and it is utilized by more than 80% of insurance companies. Unfavorable CLUE reports will increase your chance of higher premiums.

SERVPRO of Williamson Countyhelps gets your house to show room condition. We have served America since 1967. We are a company whom you can trust. You can reach us at 615-790-9634. Visit us at .

The Story of SERVPRO of Williamson County

SERVPRO of Williamson County is owned and operated by Tim and Natasha Wesley, a couple now making their home in Tennessee. Tim is originally from Kansas and Natasha from London, England. They serve as the proprietors of four Servpro franchises. Tim and Natasha met at a wedding and immediately realized they had chemistry—both personally and in business. Tim had a background in real estate development and finance, and Natasha in construction and charity, so they both had real-world workplace experience they knew they could use to craft a life together.

Enter SERVPRO. Tim and Natasha were living in Knoxville and relocated to the Nashville area to purchase their first two SERVPRO franchises after learning about the strength and heart of the community, and immediately fell in love with its people and mission. They are proud to announce that they have recently acquired two more franchises and could not be more excited about their future at the helm of SERVPRO of Williamson County.

Tim and Natasha have plans to stay rooted in the local community as they move forward. Natasha is on the board of the Donelson Hermitage Chamber of Commerce and was voted their Woman of the Year in 2013. Tim is an Eagle Scout and currently serving as the 2015 fundraising chair of the Donelson, Hermitage and Old Hickory Boy Scouts of America. They both believe in shaping the lives of the community around them through intentional, meaningful engagement. Tim and Natasha’s goal is to create happy customers and make disaster seem “like it never even happened.” For information about Servpro or to learn more about the many cleaning services we offer, visit our website at or call (615) 790-9634 today!

What to Do About Water Damage in Tennessee

It’s been a rainy week in the south, and with springtime upon us there is surely more to come. But what happens if your home sustains water damage because of it?

Water damage can occur for any number of reasons. Rain leakage, flooding, washing machine overflow, sewage backup, broken pipes, even commercial sprinkler malfunctions can all cause major problems. But they can be fixed if you act quickly!

The first thing to do is call SERVPRO of Williamson County right away—the faster we get in, the faster we can remove the water and minimize any damage. We have state of the art extracting and drying equipment, moisture detectors, infrared cameras and more to detect water and stop the growth of mold before it starts.

But while you’re waiting, you can also do a few things to minimize the damage:

- If possible, shut off the source of water.

- Turn off any applicable circuit breakers to wet areas.

- Move wooden furniture, and if you have wooden blocks or aluminum foil, you can place those between your furniture and any damp carpet to prevent damage.

- Place curtains, draperies, and other easy-to-move items out of harm’s way.

There are also a few things you want to make sure you avoid:

- Don’t enter a room with standing water where there’s an electrical shock hazard (hanging cords, exposed wires, etc).

- Don’t use any electrical appliances.

- Don’t try to vacuum any water away with your household vacuum or with a shop vac.

Water damage is a serious issue, but it doesn’t have to put a stop to your life. Call SERVPRO of Williamson County right away at the first sign of water damage, and we will get you back on your feet in no time! We have national agreements with hundreds of insurance providers so we can work with your insurance company to make your claim as seamless as possible. We are available 24/7 to help! SERVPRO of Williamson County—we’re faster to any size disaster.

About Us

SERVPRO of Williamson County understands the stress and worry that comes with a fire or water damage and the disruption it causes your life and home or business. Our goal is to help minimize the interruption to your life and quickly make it "Like it never even happened."

SERVPRO of Williamson County specializes in the cleanup and restoration of residential and commercial property after a fire, smoke or water damage. SERVPRO of Williamson County can also mitigate mold and mildew from your home or business.

Our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. From initial and ongoing training at SERVPRO of Williamson County's corporate training facility to regular IICRC-industry certification, rest assured our staff is equipped with the knowledge to restore your property. With a nationwide system of qualified franchises, no damage is too large or too small for SERVPRO of Williamson County.

If you would like to schedule service for your home or business, please call today!

Serving you since 1967, Servpro of Williamson County is the cleaning and restoration brand you know and trust.

Social Media




Damage Restoration

Residential and Commercial Restoration Services

SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals provide fire and water damage restoration services. We are available 24 hours/7 days a week and are ready to restore damage to your home or commercial structure caused by:

- Water Damage

- Fire Damage

- Disaster, storm and flood damage

- Mold Damage

Water Damage Restoration

Basement flooding or storm damage doesn't wait for regular business hours and neither do we. We respond to your residential or commercial water removal and cleanup needs. Our fast response time and advanced drying methods help prevent secondary damage and mold. Common causes of water damage are:

- Flooding caused by severe weather

- Plumbing leaks

- Sink, bathtub or toilet overflow

- Sewage backup

Fire Damage Restoration

We understand that smoke and fire damage is both devastating and disruptive to your family or business. SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals respond quickly to repair fire, smoke, and soot damage, including:

- Fire damage cleanup

- Smoke and soot damage cleaning and repair

- Cleaning your home's contents and belongings

- Eliminating fire and smoke odor and deodorization

Mold Remediation

Mold can present serious health concerns and can spread quickly through your home or business if left unchecked. SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals utilize proven mold remediation techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to protect you and your property. SERVPRO of Williamson County County Professionals can assist you with:

- Mold Remediation

- Concerns about black mold

- Mold inspection and prevention

Biohazard Remediation

Exposure to biological and chemical contaminants can pose serious health consequences. SERVPRO of Williamson County Professionals are trained to safely remove biohazardous substances and dispose of them properly in accordance with OSHA and health regulations. SERVPRO of Williamson County County Professionals can assist you with:

- Sewage cleanup

- Crime scene cleanup

- Vandalism cleanup


- F ire Smoke and Soot

- Water Removal

- Dehumidification

- Mold Mitigation & Remediation

- Catastrophic Storm Response

- Move Outs

- Contents Restoration

- Electronics and Equipment

- Document Drying

- Contents Claim Inventory Service


- Air Ducts & HVAC

- Biohazard, Crime Scene & Vandalism

- Carpet & Upholstery

- Drapes & Blinds

- Ceilings, Walls & Hard Floors

- Deodorization


"Recently my family and I came home from vacation to find the entire bottom level of our home floating in water. Our hot water heater had burst. I called SERVPRO of Williamson County and they were here fast! Their staff was friendly and courteous and most of all knowledgeable. They had us taken care of in no time. Thank you SERVPRO of Williamson County!" Guest56141 in NASHVILLE, TN

"Mr. Wesley of SERVPRO of Williamson County was a great asset to me when it came to finding and fixing the water leak in my supply line. The company was very helpful and courteous to my needs. They even cleaned up afterwards and removed all discarded materials. I would call again for any future needs that may arise. I also would recommend Mr. Wesley and SERVPRO of Williamson County to all my friends. Thanks You. " Manson in MOUNT JULIET, TN