flood-damage-restorationFlood Damage Restoration in Kelowna, British Columbia: Getting you on track

Experiencing flood damage can be unbelievably devastating, turning people’s lives and property literally upside down. When this type of disruption occurs, the first step towards flood damage recovery is to contact ServiceMaster Restore. As providers of the industry’s best flood damage restoration in Kelowna we respond to the needs of our customers in an empathetic and timely manner.

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 help restore your property and your peace of mind with prompt, reliable solutions delivered by network of experienced professionals. 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.

Home and business owners across the country know that help is on the way whenever they see the ServiceMaster Restore yellow van. As your restoration lifeline, we provide the most comprehensive and reliable flood damage restoration in Kelowna for properties including building structures, interiors and contents. Our specialists put all of their skills, knowledge and experience to use in order to hand flood damage effectively. Our professionals enforce a 6 step process to ensure the highest level of cleaning performance and protection for 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

About ServiceMaster Restore, the brand you depend on

When fire, flood damage or vandalism has impacted your home life, ServiceMaster Restore can really make a difference. We'll answer your call, whenever you need our help, day or night, all year round.

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