Fire Restoration

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  • Packout and inventory cleaning services.

We Take Special Care of Your Possessions

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 […]

  • Be a force of nature!

Severe Weather Preparedness Week February 2-6

From tornadoes to lightning to floods, the southeast is susceptible to a variety of natural disasters. Severe weather is dangerous and can strike with very little warning, which is why it’s important to get ready in advance. Severe Weather Preparedness Week runs from February 2 – 6, and it’s a great time to make sure […]

  • Fireplace safety for the cold season.

How to Prep Your Fireplace for the Cold Season

With temperatures dropping, and winter underway, now’s a great time to prepare your wood burning or gas fireplace for the fall. Most of the simple inspections and cleaning can be done by the average home owner, however, if you have any doubt at all, contact your local fireplace installer or chimney sweep. We’ll cover both […]

  • Holiday safety tips from Matt Paxton.

Safe Holiday Advice

You want to spend Christmas with family and friends making memories, not dealing with a fire damage disaster. Take a look at this video where Matt Paxton goes over simple safety tips to help you through the holidays and be cautious of common fire hazards. Always remember that just because it’s winter doesn’t mean […]

  • Home heating safety.

Home Heating Safety Tips

Check out this video from the National Fire Protection Association for safely heating your home in the cold weather months. NFPA offers several tips you can follow to ensure a safe and cozy Fall and Winter this year:

  • Keep anything that can burn at least three feet away from heating equipment like the furnace, fireplace, […]
  • Smoke detector.

National Fire Prevention Week – Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives

It’s time for Fire Prevention Week, and from October 5-11, the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) wants to remind local residents that “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!” During this year’s fire safety campaign, firefighters and safety advocates will be spreading the word about the importance of having working smoke alarms […]

  • Be prepared!

National Preparedness Month – Be an Example

Be a positive influence on your community by sharing your preparedness story. Let your friends and family know that you’re prepared for an emergency and that they should be prepared too. Research has shown that many people won’t prepare until they see others doing so. You don’t know when an emergency might occur. These simple steps […]

  • Flood damage disaster.

National Preparedness Month – Take Action and Know Your Risks

KNOW YOUR RISK

Emergencies can happen anywhere, at any time. It is important to understand potential risks where you live.

What you can do:

  1. Bookmark weather.gov to stay informed on severe weather.
  2. Learn about Wireless Emergency Alerts, messages that will be sent to your phone during an emergency.
  3. Get practical tips on preparing for a disaster at ready.gov.

Make […]

  • American flags.

A Day We Will Never Forget

Today marks 13 years since our nation was hit with the devastating terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Our team at ServiceMaster extends our sympathies to the families and friends that were lost on that day, a day we will never forget. We are honored in having a hand at restoring […]

  • Happy Labor Day

ServiceMaster is Open Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is one of the most popular holidays to break out the grill. In light of Safe at Home Week here are a few safety tips to keep you safe while grilling for your family and friends during the holiday.

  • Position the grill well away from siding, deck railings and out from under leaves […]