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COVID-19 – Proactive Measures

Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak, we are doing our part to reduce the potential impact of the virus on our customers and employees. Our team at ServiceMaster Restoration Services is taking precautionary measures by following the CDC’s recommendations for mitigating exposure to the virus.

During every service, you can expect our team to:

  • Limit physical […]

Holiday Fire Safety

The holiday season is in full swing. With the chaos of parties, house guests and decorations, it’s easy to let your fire safety slip. From decorating to entertaining and cooking your family’s favorite meal, there’s a lot to keep track of. The key is to create a fire safety routine before you host your next […]

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Seasonal Inspection Checklist

Fall is officially here! That means crisp air and rainy days will soon overtake the hot South Atlantic summer. The weather is part of what makes this season so special. However, the new rain and dropping temperatures create the perfect opportunity for water or mold damage to take hold of your property. Before […]

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Community Involvement After a Disaster

Consider getting involved in your community after a disaster strikes. It’s one of the best ways to support your local community in the disaster recovery process. Start off with a training, especially if you don’t have any disaster response experience. Participating in either an online or in-person training is a great way to […]

Prepare Your Home for Vacation

The summer vacation season is well underway in the South Atlantic. You may even have an upcoming travel plan. Packing, doing laundry and making sure your home is secure before you leave is a large undertaking. ServiceMaster Restoration Services compiled the following checklist to help your pre-trip process run smoothly.


Clean Your Home

A few cleaning steps […]

Start of Hurricane Season

The 2019 hurricane season is here! The National Hurricane Center explains that 97% of all hurricanes occur between June 1st and November 30th. Now that the 2019 hurricane season is in progress, it’s time brush up on your severe storm knowledge. Hurricanes are less likely at the beginning of the season but not impossible. […]

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BBQ Safety

A BBQ in the warm sun is an essential part of summer across the South Atlantic. There’s nothing better than enjoying tasty food with friends and family. Anytime you use your grill, there’s a fire risk. That’s why it’s important to brush up on BBQ safety tips before you use your grill for the […]

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Flood Preparation Checklist

You haven’t escaped the rainy season yet. Spring showers can cause serious damage. Follow the tips below to help limit spring flood damage in your property.

Flood Resistant Materials

Use these materials in your property to limit flood damage:

  • Floors: Use ceramic tiles, concrete or pressure- treated lumber.
  • Walls: Use concrete, brick or stone.

Before Flood

  • Gather a […]
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Spring Showers

Temperatures are rising but storm damage is still active! You’re off the hook when you manage your storm damage right away.

Water Damage

Don’t let the spring rains leave you drenched. We’re experts at solving water damage fast with our 7 step process. Whether your basement is flooded or you’re seeing mystery stains on your ceiling, […]

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Love Your Peace of Mind

Home heating fires are all too common in February. There are many causes of fire damage. According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), 48% of home fires caused by heating equipment take place in December, January & February. Stay disaster free:


  • Schedule a professional chimney sweep at least once per year.
  • Keep your […]