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Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County
ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County – The Best People to Call in the Worst Situation – Wind, Fire & Water Damage Restoration.
ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County is a locally owned and operated cleaning and restoration franchise company founded in 1986. We have been providing disaster restoration services to Lambton County homes and businesses for the past 27 years. We attribute our growth throughout the years to the quality service we provide to our customers. We understand the value of providing the best customer service at all times and have earned the trust of customers through our dedication.
Specializing in emergency and reconstruction services, ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County provides immediate response and mitigation for residential and commercial property damage due to wind, fire and water. Our highly trained and certified technicians are prepared to handle any type of emergency situation 24 hours a day with the utmost care and proficiency.
When disaster strikes your home or business, and lives are disrupted, all you want to do is to get everything back to normal as quickly as possible. That is where ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County comes in. We are fully trained, equipped and ready to restore any residential or commercial property after any disaster, from water damage, fire and smoke damage, mold remediation to emergency cleanup services. We will dry and clean everything from documents to flooring to help avoid further damage in the future.
Our goal is not only to restore your property, but also to restore your peace of mind.
What does pre-loss condition mean?
There may be some damage to your home and property that existed prior to your loss. Therefore, these damages will not be included in the scope of repairs. We are responsible for returning your home to how it was before the damage occurred, in other words, to its pre-loss condition, using materials of like-kind and quality. At your request, we will provide you with an estimate for any additional construction projects you may wish undertaken by our team. This additional work is termed, “non-insured work.”
Can we clean up fire or smoke damage in our commercial facility?
After fire and smoke damage to your commercial property, we do not recommend you attempt any “do-it-yourself” cleaning methods without first consulting your ServiceMaster Restore qualified Restoration Technician. Pre-testing, using the right cleaning agent for particular items, mixing deodourizing agents with cleaning solutions and using correct dilution ratios are just some of the ways an expert fire restoration technician attains professional and controlled results. Professional cleaning systems and products used by experienced, trained technicians give you the best chance for successful restoration of your property and its contents.
Smoke Alarm Safety Tips
Smoke alarms save lives. That’s why smoke detector checks are a necessary and effective way to protect your building and the people in it from smoke and fire emergencies. And it doesn't take a lot of effort to keep yours working properly. Use the tips below to ensure your smoke detectors are up to snuff. In a true fire emergency, working smoke detectors could mean the difference between life and death. Check your smoke detectors today to keep your home or business as safe as possible.
ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County
785 Phillip Street East
Sarnia, ON, N7T 1Z7
Your cleaning and restoration specialists in Lambton County Since 1986, ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County is a locally owned and operated cleaning and restoration franchise company. Owners, Ray and Kathy Germain, understand the value of providing the best customer service atRead More
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