SERVPRO of Manayunk Event Photos

7th Annual Chestnut Hill Harry Potter Festival

7th Annual Chestnut Hill Harry Potter Festival

Please join SERVPRO of Manayunk at the 7th annual Chestnut Hill Harry Potter Festival on Friday, October 20th & Saturday, October 21st! You and your loved ones will be able to enjoy some delicious food, watch performances by aerialists, photo boots, fortune tellers, and much more. Join the science museum at Jenks Memorial Playground for a family-friendly “out of this world” evening. The festival includes Food Trucks for outdoor dining and two beer gardens. Trust us; you do not want to miss this experience! Our team will be sponsoring the event with a tent set up full of wizardry goodies. We look forward to seeing you all there! We are always ready to support the local community. 

Introducing Sal. Your community, is our community.

Introducing Sal. Your community, is our community.

SERVPRO of Manayunk is local owned and operated, our team members are part of the local community. We are proud to introduce Sal, the newest member of our SERVPRO team. Sal is currently studying corporate communications at Penn State University. He is staying in his field of choice by working with our Sales and Marketing team. Sal hails from Springfield and excited by the opportunity to help local business owners and residents recover quickly from Water, Flood, Fire, Smoke, Mold or Storm damage. If your Roxborough or Philadelphia area property suffers a loss, our highly trained technicians are available 24/7. 

Variety – The Children’s Charity

Variety – The Children’s Charity

SERVPRO of Manayunk is a supporter of Variety – The Children’s Charity of the Delaware Valley. Variety promotes self-confidence and independence to children and young adults with disabilities through vocational, social, and educational programs. At SERVPRO of Manayunk, we are proud to support our local charities.

Christmas Tree Gifts in Manayunk

Christmas Tree Gifts in Manayunk

Brian Turpin, the proud owner of SERVPRO of Manayunk and a local, with many community ties, donated and helped give out 104 Douglas fir trees to the kids needing a Christmas spirit boost. This holiday event took place at the parking lot of the Norristown Police Department. Of course, fun for all meant free cookies and hot chocolate with marshmallows. This spirited gathering was a great way for the community, police department personnel, and even the K-9 Corp to come together and bond and understand each other's needs. Thanks go out to our local newspaper for covering this positive news occurrence, and you can read the article right here. Also, a big shout-out to Fox29 for the broadcast shown with this click. . Mark E. Talbot Sr., Chief of Police said, "It was a pleasure working with you! I look forward to doing more great things with you in the future." By giving back to the community, it makes us all better people. You can rely on SERVPRO to spread some joy with free Christmas tree and help if you have water, mold, or fire cleanup requiring attention. Until next year, Happy Holidays!!