DISASTER clean up and RESTORATION for your home

Following a natural disaster such as an ice storm, wind storm or widespread flooding, nothing is more important than getting help from a restoration company you can trust. At ServiceMaster Restore, we go the extra mile to provide the fastest restoration services possible, even when call volumes are at their highest. Our disaster clean up and restoration response time is among the shortest in the industry, even in the midst of extraordinary conditions.

we have the resources to respond quickly to your restoration needs

Whether you have experienced major flood damage or damage to your home from a wildfire, we have the expertise and technology to be able to mobilize disaster recovery resources from other ServiceMaster areas, on short notice. And, if there is the threat of an event that will create the need for disaster restoration and clean up services, ServiceMaster Restore goes on notice with pre-planning that ensures the successful implementation of disaster restoration and recovery services for homeowners throughout the country.

EXTRAORDINARY clean up SERVICE DURING Natural disasters

With 65 years of experience providing Canadians with residential restoration services, ServiceMaster Restore has developed a comprehensive disaster restoration and recovery program able to handle insurance claims of all sizes quickly and efficiently, as soon as the emergency happens.

You can have confidence that ServiceMaster Restore will be your family's lifeline during times of catastrophic property loss, with the most reliable, professional disaster restoration services in the country. Talk to your insurance provider or call us today for more information.

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At ServiceMaster Restore, it is our goal to provide you with an extraordinary customer service experience and to restore your peace of mind.


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