basement-flood-clean-upBasement Flood Clean Up in St. Andrews, New Brunswick for your peace of mind

When basement flood damage strikes it can strike hard, leaving people’s lives and their property scattered. 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 basement flood cleanup in St. Andrews.

When disaster takes hold, ServiceMaster Restore is there for both business and home owners, all year around the clock. Our experienced network of professionally-trained employees help restore your property as well as your peace of mind with the prompt, reliable solutions your situation requires. Open dialogue is a central tenet of our customer care. We always keep our customers in the loop, so you can expect to be kept up-to-date about the progress of the remediation process.

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 basement flood cleanup in St. Andrews, for building structures, interiors and contents. Our experienced specialists have the skills and knowledge to deal with basement flood damage quickly, effectively and efficiently. 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 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

About ServiceMaster Restore

When fire, basement flood damage or vandalism has disrupted your life and affected your home or business, ServiceMaster Restore can help keep things together. We're available all day every day, ready to take your call when you need us.

Don't delay -- contact ServiceMaster Restore in St. Andrews today.