Small Gifts make Huge Impacts

During the holidays last year, Sarvicus through a student club at a local school helped sponsor a family. We are thankful that this made such a positive impact on the family and those involved.

Projects in 2021

Sarvicus completed over 500 projects in 2021. In 2020, Sarvicus had completed over 400 projects. Its a true testament to the trust of our customers, and even more so, the dedication by our employees. Our core value lies in “Sarvicus - Service Spelled a Little Bit...

Year in Review

As we wrap up activities for 2021, we quickly will change focus to 2022.  Some say that as we get older, time goes by a little faster.  For me, it just seems like a short time ago I was reflecting on 2020 and focusing on 2021.  For Sarvicus, this year has had many...

New Address Coming Soon

Sarvicus acquired 10 acres earlier this year.  We are pleased to announce that our new headquarters is coming in March 2022.  Once we get settled, we will share updates and some photos! Sarvicus, LLC 28427 Riley Road Waller, TX 77484

Sarvicus Ranch

Following the announcement last month of Sarvicus purchasing 10 acres for relocation of the main office, work has already begun. Underbrush removal has started so further decisions on “what will go where” can...

Giving is important – even in tough times

by | Feb 23, 2021 | Uncategorized

As we progress into 2021, it’s important to remember to be thankful for the blessings we receive.  While Sarvicus has faced many challenges, we have also been fortunate to continue with our mission of serving our customers.  We also serve in our community and realize giving back is important.  Whether it’s through sponsorships, time donated, or other means, every little bit makes a difference.

Sarvicus recently donated Amazon gift cards to every faculty member at Westbury Christian School.  These gift cards were a small token of our appreciation.  Education has been a challenge with COVID and the past winter storms that impacted the entire State of Texas.  We want to thank all “educators” for their support of educating our next generation.

THANK YOU

The Sarvicus Family