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Win Tickets to Wake Forest Vs. Duke Game!

10/15/2019 (Permalink)

Wake Forest Football Player Playing Football with Duke Player Who wants to Win!

WHO WANTS #FREETICKETS to the Wake Forest Vs. Duke Football game ?!?


These are Touchdown Club Tickets in the First Row ! ! !


~ Climate controlled environment with indoor/outdoor seating
~ All-inclusive food and non-alcoholic drinks
~ Each game has a customized menu selected by the Head Chef
~ 60 inch HDTV’s throughout the TD Club
~ Private lounge
~ Private restrooms
~ Chairback seating

To WIN
1. Like SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North on FB
2. Like The Ticket Promo Post
3. Share The Ticket Promo Post
4. Tag a Friend in the Ticket Promo Post

Maximize your chances to win by doing it on. 
Facebook : SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North
Insta : @SERVPRO_of_winston_salem_north
Twitter : @SERVPRO_wsnorth

Thats 3 Total Chances to Win!

Forsyth Humane Society and SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

9/18/2019 (Permalink)

4 Black kittens playing with string The spooky boys at play time.

As a Locally Owned and Operated business, SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North was looking for a wonderful way to give back to our community Nothing says more about our community, then they way we treat those below and around us.

Ever heard the line "there's no such thing as too much of a good thing" Well, then you need to meet the "spooky bros"

I got to foster 5 lovely all black kittens for the past 3 weeks! My house was literally bursting with kitten love. 

Graveyard, Slasher, Spooky , Ghost and Nightmare are looking for their Fur-ever home, just in time for Halloween! They were all raised around Dogs, Cats, Small Children, and other people. They enjoyed a car ride or two, and were all litter box trained. They enjoy crinkly and squeaky toys.  

Forsyth Humane Society and SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

8/27/2019 (Permalink)

Brown and Tan colored, short hair adoptable dog Zuri hanging out at her foster home

Forsyth Humane Society and SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

As a Locally Owned and Operated business, SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North was looking for a wonderful way to give back to our community Nothing says more about our community, then they way we treat those below and around us. 

This Week we'd like everyone to meet ZURI

Zuri's foster says: She is a very sweet, friendly, and energetic dog. She is potty trained and does well in the crate at night and when no-one is home. She knows "sit" "paw" "stay". Zuri is learning how to let go after fetching sticks. She gets along well with other dogs and plays well. Zuri will do well with an active person or family that will continue to provide the training she craves. She wants to please and is affection and treat motivated. She would do well in a home with no cats, because she has a very strong energy drive, and wants to play too rough with them. 

Zuri

Mixed Breed (Medium)

Sex: Female

Age: 1 Years 5 Months

Weight: 37.5 lbs

Location: Country Club Adoption Dog, 11

Forsyth Humane Society and SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

8/20/2019 (Permalink)

Sweet Chris at his Photoshoot

Forsyth Humane Society and SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

As a Locally Owned and Operated business, SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North was looking for a wonderful way to give back to our community Nothing says more about our community, then they way we treat those below and around us. 


This week we’re all about CAT-Attitude, and Without further Ado Here is Chris!

Chris is a Grey and White Domestic Medium Hair Kitten. He loves to Curl up around your shoulders and purr away. He’s at an age that he’ll be an ideal family addition. He’s still young and growing, so it’ll be easy to introduce him to kids and other household pets. I remember when my family brought home my first pet, and we grew up together. Let Chris be your children's new best friend!

Chris
Domestic Medium Hair
Sex: Male
Age: 0 Years 3 Months
Weight: 4.1 lbs
Location: Country Club Adoption Cat, 10

SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

8/9/2019 (Permalink)

Tootsie and her flowers

Forsyth Humane Society and SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North's Adoptable Pet of the Week

As a Locally Owned and Operated business, SERVPRO of Winston-Salem North was looking for a wonderful way to give back to our community.  I spent a fabulous afternoon at Forsyth Humane Society on Country Club rd in Winston-Salem, NC.  They have recently taken over the Day to Day operations of Forsyth County Animal Control. With that Transition, they have started a goal of a 90% Save Rate. Nothing says more about our community, then they way we treat those below and around us. 

Here in the office, we've chosen to start this weekly even with a Very Special Senior Dog. 

Tootsie is such a sweetheart. She loves attention and short walks and has the best quirky smile! Tootsie would love nothing more than to cuddle up next to you on your couch and be your best buddy! She's been at the shelter for far longer than we'd like her to be, and I hope you can find it in your heart to visit her. Let's Find this Wonderful Senior a Loving home!

Tootsie

Mixed Breed (Large)/Mix

Sex: Female

Age: 11 Years 4 Months

Weight: 68.8 lbs

Tootsie does need to be the only dog in your home.

Location: 4881 Country Club Adoption Center , Country Club Rd. Winston- Salem, NC 27104

Are you Traveling this Summer???

5/23/2019 (Permalink)

Don't let your home safety ruin your day in the Park.

Are you joining the 40 million people this weekend for Memorial Day? Have you prepared your home to remain safe while you are away?

The New York Times has some nice ideas on how to protect your home while on vacation.

Here are some of them:

To fully enjoy your trip, plan appropriate home security and maintenance with this checklist.

Inside the house

  • Set timers on interior lights. This goes a long way in deterring burglars, who often look for crimes of opportunity. Don't allow your house to appear as if no one is home.
  • Prevent power surges. You never know if a power surge can occur, so be prepared. Disconnect the computer, TV, stereo, and other electronics, or make sure they are plugged safely into a surge protector.
  • Don't make telltale status updates. Never broadcast your location on Facebook or Twitter. Even if you think that it's only your friends or colleagues viewing your online profiles, it's safest not to leave any sort of opening for a possible burglar.
  • Alert your alarm company. If you have an automatic security system in place, call your representative, announcing you'll be away from home for an extended period of time. Make sure the alarm is set properly when you leave.
  • Secure valuables. If you don't already have your jewelry or other valuables in a safe deposit box, now might be the time to do so. Doing this also ensures that you don't leave out anything valuable in plain sight that a burglar might be able to see from a window.
  • Set the HVAC. Set a programmable thermostat to lower your heat or air conditioning usage and remember to change the thermostat's battery.
  • Protect your pipes. Make sure pipes in vulnerable areas such as attics, basements, and crawlspaces are insulated. In unusually cold weather, set your thermostat at 55 degrees or above. Ask a neighbor or trusted friend to stop by and check on the house and periodically turn on the faucets to ensure the pipes don't freeze.
  • It might seem obvious, but double-check just to be sure. Lock all doors and windows. 

Outside the house

  • Arrange for lawn care. Have your landscaping tended to by a friendly neighbor or local service. Before you leave, trim tree branches that might allow access to a climbing burglar.
  • Stop newspapers and mail. Stop mail and newspaper deliveries, or have them regularly picked up by a neighbor. Again, you don't want to easily clue in a burglar to your absence by the mounting newspapers on your doorstep.
  • Plan some exterior lighting. Set these lights on timers as well, to deter burglars.
  • Don't leave spare keys outdoors. Collect any hidden spare keys from around the exterior of your home. Remember, burglars know the most popular hiding places, like beneath mats and in potted plants.
  • Lock the garage. Even if there is no entrance to your house from the garage, there's still a chance for numerous things to be stolen. Secure the door and any entrances to the garage.