Water damage is one of the most common and potentially destructive problems you can face as a homeowner. If not taken care of immediately, excess water in your home can promote electrical hazards, cause expensive damage to your home’s structure and furnishings, and can even lead to the growth of hazardous mold.
Mold affects properties that have been exposed to water damage, and can grow indoors on wet or damp surfaces, such as wallpaper, ceiling tiles, carpets, insulation material, wood and drywall. It can start to grow within 48 hours and if left unchecked, can have serious impacts on both your quality of life and your home’s physical structure.
Fires are one of the most dangerous problems a property or homeowner can face. Fire damage can leave your home structurally vulnerable, and without proper cleaning, the resulting soot and smoke can negatively affect the health of families residing in the property, even after the initial incident has occurred.
Estimated ServiceMaster water restoration projects
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ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning will be onsite at your property within an hour of your call. We’ll take the time to properly evaluate the damages and assess your situation.
We will formulate a plan for the preservation of your property and will explain everything and address any of your concerns before we start any work. We will then go to work minimizing your property loss and bringing your building back to its safe, pre-loss state.
The damage left behind by flooding or fire can seem overwhelming and that’s why ServiceMaster Restoration & Cleaning is dedicated to doing everything we can to make the job easy for you to deal with. As a fully licensed and insured company, you can rest assured the job will get done right the first time.
Terrific service. I was very impressed with Jesse and his team.
Very professional, fast service. Noel and Jeb were absolutely the best.