If you’re looking for relief from a recent disaster on your property in the Lawrence Township area, you’re in the right place. ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration Services delivers results when it comes to property damage caused by flooding, fire, mold growth, persistent odors, traumatic events, or cluttered spaces as a consequence of hoarding. We’re available by phone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take your call and get you on the path to relief. Let us do the dirty work and alleviate your concerns about your home or business.
ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration Services include:
- Fire damage restoration — including smoke damage repair
- Emergency water and flood damage restoration
- Mold growth remediation
- Odor control
- Trauma and biohazard cleanup
- Hoarding cleanup
Even if you’re just looking for general cleaning services to maintain the quality of your property, we can help. Whether it’s that tough stain in the carpet that just won’t come out or your upholstery smells like your dog, we’ll get it clean with our specially designed cleaning products and technology.
Disinfection Services: Currently, ServiceMaster Cleaning & Restoration Services is providing disinfection services in our local community. We are trained to isolate, clean, disinfect and decontaminate each surface following guidelines established by the CDC. Count on ServiceMaster Restoration Services to bring your business back to working order. Our compassionate professionals are here to help you through this uncertain time by bringing expertise, training and sympathies to every service.
We’ll take care of your home or business with the following cleaning services:
- Carpet cleaning
- Area rug cleaning
- Upholstery cleaning
- Tile and grout or hardwood floor cleaning
- Concrete power washing
- Deep clean house cleaning
- And more!
You can trust us to take care of your home or business as though it were our own with state-of-the-art equipment and industry-leading technique. Call us or request a quote right now to set up your clean and restore service.
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