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  • America's Prepareathon!

National Preparathon! Day

Today marks the last day of National Preparedness Month and is National Prepareathon! Day.

America’s PrepareAthon! is a grassroots campaign for action to increase community preparedness and resilience. Join others around the country to practice your preparedness! Get involved as well as your peers by helping plan a day of action to help your community prepare […]

  • National Preparedness Month

September: National Preparedness Month

September is National Preparedness Month (NPM). The 2015 NPM theme is “Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.” ServiceMaster along with FEMA is encouraging everyone to take part, make a plan and know what to do during an emergency. This means having an up-to-date contact list for those you may need to reach during […]

  • Mold remediation services.

September is Mold Awareness Month

Can you identify mold?

Most homeowners can identify a black spot on the ceiling. But what about mold that is less obvious yet still dangerous? Mold Awareness Month in September is a great time to ensure your you know if your home has mold. The following four steps can help you determine if mold is an […]

Awarded Top Honor at 2015 International Convention

ServiceMaster Restore Presents Top Honor to Georgia and Florida-based Business at International Convention

ServiceMaster Restore, one of the largest residential and commercial disaster restoration companies in the world, has presented its prestigious Marion E. Wade Award of Honor to ServiceMaster Restoration Services, based in Columbus, LaGrange, Newnan, GA, Auburn, AL, […]

  • Calgary, Canada flooding

Calgary, Canada Flooding

It’s been two years since our Rapid Response Team deployed to Calgary, Canada to assist business owners in disaster recovery from the worst flooding in decades. Calgary, as well as surrounding areas, was flooded when the two rivers that converge in the city overflowed due to heavy rainfall. Many commercial and residential structures were affected […]

  • American Flag

Have a Safe and Happy Fourth of July!

ServiceMaster Restore is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to help you with any disaster restoration solutions you may need – including on holidays! Yep, that means we’re open this Independence Day weekend. We respond quickly to help you recover from water, fire or smoke […]

Hurricane Season Begins

Today marks the beginning of hurricane season. The Weather Channel has predicted a total of nine named storms, five hurricanes and one major hurricane during the 2015 season.* But as Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy have shown us, one storm can do a lot of damage.

ServiceMaster wants to make sure you are prepared no matter what […]

  • 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 […]

  • Protect your business from flooding.

Protect Your Company From Rising Waters

According to the National Weather Service, nearly $4 billion of property damage occurred in 2010 due to flooding. And up to 40% of small businesses affected by a natural or human-caused disaster never reopen.

To prepare your facility for spring showers, the Federal Emergency Management Agency recommends raising electrical system components, anchoring fuel tanks, installing […]

  • Rain brings water damage.

April Showers, May Flowers

April showers bring May flowers, or that is what they say. But frequent and heavy spring showers can lead to flooding, which can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your policyholders’ homes. Remember, ServiceMaster Cleaning and Restoration offers professional water damage cleanup from flooding. We arrive on site quickly to begin the restoration […]