water-damage-cleanupWater Damage Cleanup in Elliot Lake, Ontario: Getting you on track

When water damage strikes it can strike hard, leaving people’s lives and their property scattered. While it may be difficult to prioritize your needs, the first step towards recovery is to contact ServiceMaster Restore, providers of the industry's best water damage cleanup in Elliot Lake and throughout the country.

On call day and night, every day of the year, ServiceMaster Restore is the business or homeowner's lifeline when disaster strikes. Our specialists can help to restore your property and put your worries in the past with prompt, proven services and solutions. We believe that having open communication is essential to outstanding customer service. We keep our customers informed of all aspects of the process to ensure that they have first-hand knowledge of the entire recovery process.

When business and home owners recognize the ServiceMaster Restore yellow van, they feel confident in the solutions they are receiving. We’re your restore and restoration lifeline, supplying customers with the most advanced and dependable water damage cleanup in Elliot Lake, for building structures, interiors and contents. Our knowledgeable experts have the training and insight to handle water damage cleanup promptly and, above all, effectively. Each of our professionals utilizes a 6-step process to ensure the highest level of cleaning performance and protection for property and furnishings. The water damage cleanup process includes:

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

Trust ServiceMaster Restore

ServiceMaster Restore can help put the pieces back together with reliable restoration services in Elliot Lake, if your home or business has been devastated by fire, water damage or vandalism. 24/7, everyday of the year, we are here to serve you when water damage cleanup strikes.

Contact ServiceMaster Restore about water damage cleanup in Elliot Lake, today.