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Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore of Swift Current

Restoring Peace of Mind

ServiceMaster Restore of Swift Current has been providing emergency response and full disaster restoration services to homes and businesses in the area for over 13 years.

We provide high quality and cost effective restoration services while maintaining the highest level of customer satisfaction.  For this reason, we are industry recognized and recommended by Insurance Companies as a preferred vendor in fire, water and bio-hazard restoration.

Whether you have experience property damage due to fire, water, wind or bio-hazard, we have the expertise, experience, equipment and resources to mitigate the damage quickly and to restore your property to its pre-loss condition.

At ServiceMaster Restore of Swift Current, we pride ourselves on “Restoring Peace of Mind” following an unexpected emergency.  We have been providing a single source solution for emergency disaster restoration and reconstruction services to thousands of residential and commercial customers in the Swift Current area for over 13 years.

You can count on us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to respond effectively and efficiently.

 

FAQs

Do I need to move out of my home during the restoration process?

Depending on the extent of damage, your insurance representative can help you answer this question. Ultimately, however, this is a decision you must reach on your own. Some things you may want to consider are safety concerns, odours, electricity, and disruption as a result of the equipment, work and noise that may be necessary to complete the restoration process in your home. If vacating your premises during the process, consider forwarding your mail to your temporary residence; stopping your newspaper and other deliveries; notifying your utility company, cable company, etc., of the temporary suspension of services during the restoration process.

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

Drying time after water damage in your commercial property is determined by a combination of factors including the location, duration and source of water; the types of building materials in your facility; weather conditions; and how quickly emergency services are started. Through consistent monitoring and evaluation of the drying process, our trained technicians can determine when the drying is complete. For example, 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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ServiceMaster Restore of Swift Current

2149 Walker Street
Swift Current, SK,   S9H 4C1

Tel: 855-980-6773
Email: servicemastersc@sasktel.net

About Us

Your cleaning and restoration specialists At ServiceMaster Restore of Swift Current, we understand how devastating and disruptive property damage can be.  We believe it is important to provide our customers with the emotional support they need at a time like this by giving them outs

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