ServiceMaster of the Valley has been providing restoration services for over 40 years. Our service area includes Mount Uniacke to Yarmouth to Chester and surrounding areas.
We offer one- stop restoration services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. As a one-stop contractor, we coordinate and manage all work required to return a damaged property to pre-loss condition. This process is not only convenient for our customers but also provides for an efficient workflow that enables the work to be completed in a timely manner.
Our company is an IICRC certified firm (www.iicrc.org). This designation assures our customers that we have training and equipment necessary to carry out restoration work. It also assures our customers that we have up to date liability insurance and workers compensation. Staff certification from IICRC include; water damage restoration, odor control, fire and smoke restoration, health and safety, applied structural drying and Applied Microbial Remediation.
Over the years we have been called upon to provide levels of services ranging from minor furnace blow-backs to major fire reconstruction for both residential and commercial properties. Our water restoration services range from minor flooded basements to the major restoration of two schools damaged by Hurricane Juan in 2004. Our windstorm service includes emergency repairs to roofs, removal of fallen trees from buildings and replacement of siding, outbuildings and fences.
When disaster strikes, you can count on us to be there quickly and to react effectively.
HOW TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR WILDFIRE SEASON
Given the right conditions, wildfires can occur anywhere. Ensuring your home and property are prepared for fire can prevent injury and death to people and animals, plus it can limit the amount of damage and destruction a fire can cause to your property and that of your neighbours and community.
Avoid Home and Property Damage from Falling Trees
One of the most common causes of structural damage to homes and property during extreme weather is from falling trees. During heavy ice, snow or rain storms, or as a result of strong winds, trees can fall in a matter of seconds and cause expensive and even life-threatening destruction.