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Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore of Saskatoon

When a home or business experiences damage from vandalism or natural disaster it can disrupt daily routines and leave operations in disorder. That's why it is essential to find reliable, professional disaster restoration services, to get your life back to business as usual, quickly!

ServiceMaster Restore of Saskatoon has been providing disaster restoration services to Saskatoon and the surrounding area for over 26 years.  Whether you have had property damage due to fire, flood, wind, mold or other damage, we are available to response to your needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

ServiceMaster Restore of Saskatoon operates with a high level of professionalism and commitment to providing exceptional disaster restoration services in Saskatoon and the surrounding areas. Our goal is to help minimize your concerns and set your mind at ease.

We aim to exceed customers' expectations with effective, efficient solutions that mitigate damages and restore your property. The quality and reliability of our disaster restoration services is unparalleled; however, it's our personal attitude towards customer care that set us apart from the rest. We understand how tough these unexpected upsets can be, and that's why we take care to ensure open communication with our valued clients through every step of the disaster restoration services process.

 

FAQs

How long will it take my property to dry after flooding or other water damage?

Drying time after water damage in your home is determined by a combination of factors including the location, duration and source of water; the types of building materials in your home; weather conditions; and how quickly emergency restoration services are started. Through consistent monitoring and evaluation of the drying process, our trained technicians can determine when the drying is complete. For example, your carpet may feel dry to the touch, but padding and subfloors may still be wet underneath. While there are no hard and fast rules to determine how long your property will take to dry, we can tell you it may take between three and five days or more, depending on the conditions.

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

Wood flooring in your commercial property 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 property will need to be refinished or replaced.

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Commercial Water Damage:  Know The Facts

Commercial Water Damage: Know The Facts

Every commercial building is different, but each one is at risk for water damage. Although there may be safety measures in place to keep your commercial property protected, problems like burst pipes, frozen plumbing lines or backed up drains can't always be prevented. The experts at ServiceMaster Restore want to ensure you have the facts when it comes to commercial property water damage.

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ServiceMaster Restore of Saskatoon

2233 Speers Avenue
Saskatoon, SK,   S7L 5X6

Tel: 306-500-8226
Email: servicemaster.saskatoon@sasktel.net

About Us

ServiceMaster Restore of Saskatoon has been providing Disaster Restoration services to Saskatoon and surrounding areas since 1987. We are part of a ServiceMaster network of 4,500 businesses internationally, providing the best disaster restoration services locally, nationally and internationally.

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Severe weather claims reach record level

According to a report from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), insured damage for floods, windstorms, ice storms and tornadoes reached $1.9 billion in 2018.

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