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  • Content Restoration

Content Restoration

Having a fire or water disaster can turn everything upside down, leaving your policyholder unsure of how to get a handle on things. Bring in experts who know how to carefully handle, clean and store possessions.

At ServiceMaster Restore®, when it’s necessary to remove policyholders’ contents, we have a proven process for inventorying, packing and safely […]

  • Trauma cleanup services.

Trauma Clean Up

In the aftermath of a traumatic event, two things matter most—response time and level of experience. It takes a high level of dedication and professionalism to handle the rigors of violent crime and accident scenes on a daily basis. That’s why ServiceMaster Restore offers specialized, trauma cleanup services—to provide a partner you can trust with […]

  • Thank You!

International Customer Appreciation Month

April is Customer Appreciation month and ServiceMaster Restoration Services wanted to let all of our agents, commercial and residential customers how much we appreciate all of you. At ServiceMaster Restore, we value the trust you place in us to help restore not only your property after fire or water damage but also your peace of […]

  • Keep America Beautiful, Inc.

Keep America Beautiful

Founded more than 50 years ago in 1953, Keep America Beautiful has consistently been interested in one objective: uniting citizens, businesses, and government in the attempt to protect and preserve the environment.  This is accomplished by engaging individuals to take greater responsibility for improving their communities.

Did you know that Americans generate 251.3 million tons of […]

  • National Flood Safety Awareness Week Again.

Partner Resources

The National Weather Service works with and relies on strategic partners involved in river observations, reservoir management, floodplain management, flood hazard mitigation, and flood preparedness and safety to reduce the loss of life and property due to floods. Today we are sharing some great tools from several of our partners.

American Red Cross
Family Disaster […]

  • Meeting Matt Paxton from Clutter Cleaners.

ServiceMaster Restore and Hoarder Partner Matt Paxton

ServiceMaster Restoration Services was honored to spend Wednesday and Thursday with Hoarding expert and ServiceMaster Partner, Matt Paxton of Clutter Cleaner. Matt has appeared as a featured organizer on the nationally televised program “Hoarders”, which features homeowners whose mental disorder is marked by an obsessive need to collect things, even if the items are worthless, […]

  • National Weather Service.

National Weather Service Water Resources

The NWS homepage,, provides up to date weather and water advisory, watch, and warning information for the U.S. and its territories. However, the NWS provides many additional resources to help emergency managers, public officials and private citizens make water decisions.

Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (AHPS)
AHPS provides a suite of river and flood forecasts and water […]

  • Flood hazards.

Flood Hazards

A flood is defined as any high flow, overflow, or inundation of water that causes or threatens damage. Flooding can occur with prolonged rainfall over several days, intense rainfall over a short period of time, or when water from an existing source moves too quickly (i.e. snowmelt, dam break, etc.). Brief descriptions of the various […]

  • Driving in floodwaters.

Turn Around Don’t Drown

Turn Around Don’t Drown, or TADD for short is an NOAA National Weather Service campaign used to educate people about the hazards of driving a vehicle or walking through flood waters. This year is the 10th anniversary of the TADD program. Hundreds of signs depicting the message have been erected at low water crossings during the […]

  • National Flood Safety Awareness Week

National Flood Safety Awareness Week March 16th – March 22nd

ServiceMaster Restoration Services is happy to support and spread the word about National Flood Safety Awareness Week. Below is some information from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration.

On average, flooding causes more property damage in the United States than any other weather-related event. It is a threat to life and property that can […]