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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.

 

 

FAQs

My wood floors are wet and buckling. Will they have to be replaced?

Wood flooring in your home that has been damaged by water must be continually evaluated by qualified technicians during the drying process. We use professional-grade drying systems and dehumidifiers to create the ideal environment for wood floors to dry efficiently, and optimally to resume their original shape. Depending on the density of hardwood flooring and the type of finishes used, complete drying may take up to three weeks or longer. If you file a claim, your insurance adjuster will work with you to make the final decision as to whether the floors in your home will need to be refinished or replaced.

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Do I need general contractors?

There are some aspects of the restoration process that may require the services of general contractors such as drywall/painting; electrical; plumbing; roofing; framing/finish carpentry; flooring/carpet; installation of doors, windows, cabinets, post-construction cleanup, etc.

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ServiceMaster Restore of Lambton County

785 Phillip Street East
Sarnia, ON,   N7T 1Z7

Tel: 226-778-2055
Email: admin.sarnia@svmrestore.ca

About Us

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 at

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