Board Up & Tarping Services During Restoration
We Respond Immediately to Protect Your Property from Future or Secondary Damage Such as Water, Animal or Human Intrusion
As you know, any fire damage to a home or commercial property harms furniture, cabinets, walls, and floors. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Count on ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning and Restoration to react to your call immediately – and to arrive with the expertise and professionalism you need to limit your loss.
Why ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning and Restoration
Our expertise is well established with 25 years of experience serving both Westchester & Fairfield Counties residents and commercial businesses. Our references and quality ratings are second to none. And our professional training is proprietary, backed by the resources of ServiceMaster Corporation, the world wide experts in cleaning and restoration.
How We Begin
Before we customize an action plan to solve your unique situation, we act fast to board up areas exposed to the elements. Doors and windows may need to be boarded over; we’ll arrive with the supplies needed to take care of this. Roofs or foundation cracks often need tarping or other applications to temporarily protect your property, your family or your service team. We arrive prepared because we care.
Why Are Temporary Solutions So Important?
Following a fire, if additional damage like water intrusion is not treated immediately it can lead to further damage. Soot and smoke damage becomes much harder to repair when moisture leaks in. Most importantly, moisture left untreated allows toxic mold to grow. We won’t let your damage develop into a much larger and more expensive problem for you. Whether you experience fires, leaks, broken pipes, smoke damaged carpets, plumbing system leaks, slab leaks or any type of disaster in your home or business, we protect you first and then fix the problem correctly as quickly as possible.
Call on ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning and Restoration when you know prompt action, followed by proper restoration, is required to prevent even more extensive damage.