basement-flood-clean-upBasement Flood Clean Up in Thunder Bay, Ontario; Bringing Back Peace of Mind

Basement flood damage can be extremely overwhelming, adversely affecting people’s lives and property. When this type of disruption occurs, the first step towards basement flood damage recovery is to contact ServiceMaster Restore. As providers of the industry’s best basement flood cleanup in Thunder Bay we respond to the needs of our customers in an empathetic and timely manner.

When disaster strikes at your home or office, ServiceMaster Restore is here for your needs 24/7 all year round. Let us restore both your property and peace of mind with our proven solutions, as delivered by our dedicated, experienced specialists. Open dialogue is a central tenet of our customer care. We keep our valued customers informed of all aspects of our basement flood cleanup services so that they have first-hand knowledge of the recovery process.

No matter where home and business owners are located across the country, when they see ServiceMaster Restore’s yellow vans, they can rest assured that help is on the way. Here for you, we provide the most advanced and trusted basement flood cleanup in Thunder Bay, for interiors, building structures and contents. We come supplied with the most comprehensive equipment offered in our field to better ensure results that satisfy. Each ServiceMaster professional uses the highest level of cleaning performance and protection for property and furnishings following a 6-step process. The basement flood cleanup process includes:

  1. Inspection and assessment
  2. Water removal
  3. Anti-microbial application
  4. Drying: Air movement
  5. Drying: Dehumidifying
  6. Drying: Monitoring

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When fire, basement flood damage or vandalism has disrupted your life and affected your home or business, ServiceMaster Restore can help keep things together. Whether day or night, summer or fall, we will be here to manage your needs 24/7.

Don't delay -- contact ServiceMaster Restore in Thunder Bay today.