flood-damage-restorationExpert Flood Damage Restoration in Tillsonburg, Ontario is Available

Flood damage can be extremely overwhelming, adversely affecting people’s lives and property. While it can take time to get things back on track, the first step towards recovery should always be contacting ServiceMaster Restore, the industry’s leaders in professional flood damage restoration in Tillsonburg.

We're available 24/7 all year round, making ServiceMaster Restore a vital lifeline for all kinds of businesses and homes when disaster happens. Let us restore both your property and peace of mind with our proven solutions, as delivered by our dedicated, experienced specialists. We're dedicated to maintaining an open and honest dialogue throughout the remediation process. We keep our customers informed at every step to ensure that they're always aware of the progress we're making.

When business and home owners see the ServiceMaster yellow van, they can feel confident that relief is on the way. We’re your restore and restoration lifeline, supplying customers with the most advanced and dependable flood damage restoration in Tillsonburg, for building structures, interiors and contents. Our knowledgeable experts have the training and insight to handle flood damage restoration promptly and, above all, effectively. Armed with the most technologically advanced products and equipment available, each ServiceMaster professional uses a 6-step process to thoroughly clean and protect property and furnishings. The flood damage restoration 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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We're here for you for all kinds of restoration, whether it's the devastation of fire, flood damage or damage caused by vandalism. Committed to a standard of excellence, ServiceMaster Restore provides exceptional service anytime and every time.

Contact ServiceMaster Restore about flood damage restoration in Tillsonburg, today.