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Preventing Fire Damage with Safe Space Heater Use in Short Hills, NJ

April 11th, 2019 · No Comments

We’ve had historically cold weather recently and everyone is looking for ways to stay warm. Space heaters are an excellent way to do just that, but only if used safely. These small, portable appliances have caused an estimated 25,000 residential fires, 300 related deaths, and 6,000 emergency room visits for burns, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Thankfully, ServiceMaster Metropolitan offers 24/7/365 emergency response for our fire damage restoration services whenever you need them in Short Hills, NJ. While we’re here for you in your time of need, we want to help you prevent fire damage in your home first and foremost.

 

Before you set up your space heater, be sure to pick the right type to use in your home to reduce the risk of fire damage. Not all space heaters have the same features or capabilities. Before you purchase a space heater, use the sizing chart attached to the heater to decide if it’s the right size for your space. We recommend choosing a model with a tip-over safety switch that will turn the space heater off automatically if it falls over. It should also be marked with a label from Underwriters Laboratory (UL) or a similar safety testing organization, meaning that the product meets strict safety standards.

 

Second, set up your space heater carefully to prevent any potential risks. It should be placed on a level, stable surface, surrounded by at least three feet of empty space at all times. Be sure to keep the space heater far away from anything flammable, such as furniture, draperies, clothing, and plants. Place the space heater in a low-traffic area of the room where there will be less risk of family members or pets accidentally knocking it over as they walk by.

 

Always use your space heater with caution, just like you would when enjoying lit candles. The space heater should only be turned on when a person is in the room, and it should never be left unattended. If you are about to leave the room or go to bed, turn it off. Never hang towels, clothing, or place other objects on top of space heaters to dry or store them. Doing so could result in a costly accidental fire requiring fire damage restoration to repair your home.

 

Keep your home feeling safe and warm all winter long with the added help of a space heater. In the event that a fire occurs, call ServiceMaster Metropolitan immediately for 24/7/365 fire damage restoration help in Short Hills, NJ. We will restore your home quickly and bring you peace of mind.

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Expert Mold Remediation for Paramus, NJ, Homes

April 3rd, 2019 · No Comments

If you discover mold growth in your Paramus, NJ, home, you need to act quickly. Contact the mold remediation professionals at ServiceMaster Metropolitan to mitigate damage and potential health problems. Mold remediation takes more than a splash of bleach; indeed, effective mold removal takes expert hands. Let’s look at how our experts manage different complexities of mold removal from homes.

 

Contamination and Containment

Depending on the level of mold contamination in your home, we’ll create a custom mold remediation plan to ensure effective removal and treatment of the affected areas.

First, we’ll contain the area to ensure contamination won’t spread. Mold colonies give off spores that float through the air and can take root in other areas of your home, exacerbating your mold problem. This is a serious risk during mold remediation, but by containing the area, we can prevent it.

If the contamination is confined to a smaller area, we’ll set up a limited containment, while for affected areas over 100 square feet, we’ll implement full containment.

 

Detecting Hidden Moisture

One of the primary causes of mold growth is excessive moisture in a home. Sometimes, this moisture can go undetected, hidden behind walls or above in the ceiling. An essential part of mold remediation is treating the moisture problem that contributed to growth in the first place. We use advanced equipment to measure the moisture levels in your home to detect hidden moisture, identify where more mold may be hiding, and ensure excess moisture has been removed. Equipment our mold removal professionals use includes:

  • Moisture Meters: Our mold remediation experts are able to compare moisture readings from different sections in your home using moisture meters. With this equipment, we’re able to detect higher moisture levels in certain places and perform proper remediation
  • Infrared Cameras: This equipment helps our technicians check the temperature of different surfaces to detect areas that are cooler due to moisture without using invasive methods
  • Borescope: By using a borescope, we’re able to probe inaccessible places in your home, like behind a wall, to check for moisture pockets and take remedial steps accordingly

 

Using Effective Techniques

Depending on the scenario, not every technique works for every situation. We’re able to evaluate your circumstance and choose the most effective techniques and cleaning solutions.

For example, high temperatures can be used in mold remediation work, so to ensure items are cleaned, we’ll pass materials through temperatures of about 140°F to completely remove mold.

Additionally, our experts utilize different methods to ensure effective mold remediation. A few examples include:

  • Wet vacuuming to remove water from carpets and hard surfaces
  • Damp wipe to clean non-porous surfaces
  • Dry brushing to properly clean wooden surfaces

 

Mold remediation is a complex task that should only be performed by professionals like those at ServiceMaster Metropolitan. We have the tools, training, and experience to treat any mold scenario quickly and effectively. We’re available 24/7/365, so for immediate assistance in Paramus, NJ, contact us at (855) 560-7999.

 

 

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Challenges of Fire Damage Mitigation and How Experts in Mendham, NJ Overcome Them

March 18th, 2019 · No Comments

After a fire in your Mendham, NJ, home, you’ll have to take immediate steps to reduce any further damage caused by smoke and soot residues as well as the water used to extinguish the fire. By hiring ServiceMaster Metropolitan for fire damage mitigation, you’ll have the assurance that all possible steps will be taken to thoroughly remediate the situation.

 

Today, we’ll look at the challenges our experts face while performing cleanup after a fire and how they overcome them.

 

Removal of Smoke Residues

 

Our fire damage mitigation experts understand that cleanup of smoke residues is a difficult task since it covers most of the surfaces in a home. In addition, they have the expertise to understand that the type of soot depends upon the materials that burned during the fire.

 

As such, our experts thoroughly analyze what burned at the time of the fire to determine the best type of cleanup method to achieve the desired results.

 

Selection of Correct Techniques for Fire Damage Mitigation

 

Our fire damage mitigation technicians also understand that the selection of the proper cleaning techniques will also vary according to the nature of the fire. Let us explore a few details that highlight this fact:

 

  • If we find that it was a high-oxygen fire that caused most of the destruction at your home, they will utilize low-alkali detergents as these provide better results for this type of fire
  • If it’s found that a low-oxygen fire damaged your home, our experts will avoid using dry sponges for cleaning purposes to avoid the further spread of soot

 

Removal of Odors

 

After a fire, odor removal is a challenge that our experts face. For instance, unprofessional remodeling of a home can create multiple layers of wallboard. This results in the development of interstitial voids, and these voids can allow smoke odors to travel to other parts of the home.

 

Our fire damage mitigation technicians understand this problem and will perform the investigations required to ensure smoke odors are removed from interstitial voids to achieve success in their odor removal endeavors.

 

Utilization of Latest Equipment

Our fire damage mitigation teams have access to the latest equipment to assist them in expediting the restoration process to achieve the desired results. Let us look into a few types of the advanced equipment we use:

 

  • Borescopes: If the homeowner wants investigation to be performed in a minimally invasive manner, our technicians will utilize borescopes for this purpose. The benefit of borescopes is that it lets our experts examine wall cavities and plumbing chases for smoke and fire damage in a less invasive way
  • Thermal Imaging: Our experts utilize thermal imaging to examine the presence of moisture and to learn if insulation has deteriorated. Equipped with this knowledge, our technicians are able to perform cleanup in a better manner

 

Fire damage mitigation is a difficult task, but the experts at ServiceMaster Metropolitan utilize their experience and knowledge to achieve results of the highest standard in Mendham, NJ and all of northern New Jersey. For the best in fire damage mitigation, contact us immediately at (855) 560-7999.

 

 

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Biohazard Cleanup in Bayonne, NJ Driven by Experience and Expertise

March 13th, 2019 · No Comments

Blood and bodily fluids pose a serious hazard in your Bayonne, NJ home. These materials are biohazards and can cause severe health issues and spread infections. If there has been an accident or trauma in your home, it’s time to call the experts at ServiceMaster Metropolitan for biohazard cleanup. Our professionals have the tools and training to perform safe and effective cleanup. Today, we’re going to explore how experience and expertise drive our biohazard cleanup services, ensuring your property is made safe again.

 

Effective Cleaning Procedures

Biohazardous materials aren’t something you can simply dump bleach on and call clean. It takes a combination of using appropriate cleaning solutions and techniques to perform effective and safe biohazard cleanup.

 

  • Using Fresh Disinfectant Solutions: Disinfectant solutions lose their potency over time. That’s why we make sure that the chlorine solutions we use are no older than 30 days.
  • Choosing the Right Equipment: We use a variety of industrial grade equipment to perform biohazard cleanup, but one of the most valued and understated are our pour or pump bottles. We never use spray bottles as they can cause our chlorine solutions to become aerosolized and also cause contaminants to spray into the air.
  • Using Appropriate Disinfectants: Depending on the surface or type of contamination, different disinfectants are more effective than others. We’re trained to evaluate individual biohazard scenarios and choose the most effective disinfectants. This allows us to provide a thorough clean without damaging your property. Regardless of the type of disinfectant we use, all of our cleaning solutions are approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.

 

Different Surfaces and Proper Disinfection

As we just mentioned, different surfaces require different cleaning solutions. Let’s take a look at how our biohazard cleanup professionals clean non-porous and porous surfaces without damaging them.

 

Non-Porous Hard Surfaces

Non-porous hard surfaces are generally easier to decontaminate because they don’t absorb fluids. Some common non-porous surfaces we encounter include:

  • Stainless steel surfaces and countertops
  • Hand rails, door knobs, and handles
  • Chairs and tables
  • All surfaces of toilets, faucets, and sinks
  • Elevator buttons and light switches
  • Floors, walls, and ceilings

 

We generally use chlorine solutions for non-porous surfaces.

 

Porous Surfaces

Porous surfaces easily absorb fluids, making them more difficult to clean. Common porous surfaces we clean include:

  • Upholstered sofas/chairs
  • Carpets
  • Wooden floors
  • Draperies

 

Because chlorine bleach can cause fabric discoloration, we typically use gentler disinfectants. When cleaning fabrics, we always test the disinfectant to ensure it won’t damage the fabric.

The combination of training, experience, and access to industrial grade equipment and cleaners allows our professionals to provide fast and effective biohazard cleanup.

If your property has been affected by a trauma or accident, trust the experienced biohazard cleanup experts at ServiceMaster Metropolitan. We’re available 24/7/365 in Bayonne, NJ and all of northern New Jersey to quickly respond to your service request. For immediate assistance, contact us at (855) 560-7999.

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How Mold Removal Professionals Tackle Hidden Mold in Hamburg, NJ Homes

February 26th, 2019 · No Comments

Mold growth in your Hamburg, NJ home is a serious problem. Mold degrades the surfaces it grows upon and can contribute to health issues in vulnerable adults and children. Make sure the mold is removed and won’t return with professional mold removal from ServiceMaster Metropolitan. We’ll remove any scale of mold growth quickly and ensure it doesn’t rear its ugly head again.

 

Mold doesn’t need a lot to begin growing; just moisture and a safe environment. Oftentimes, mold will form in hidden areas where it will grow continuously until it’s found. This can lead to extensive damage to the home. Today, we’re going to explore common areas where mold can grow undetected and how our professionals remove hidden mold!

 

Common Areas Where Mold Grows

First of all, only a licensed environmental hygienist can check and test for hidden mold. They’re trained in specialized detection methods and know where hidden mold is most often present. Common locations where mold grows undetected are:

 

  • Walls located behind furniture
  • Utility tunnels and pipe chases with condensing pipes
  • Ductwork with porous acoustic or thermal liners
  • Air handling units consisting of condensate drain pans
  • Roofing materials that are present above ceiling tiles
  • Behind drywall
  • Drywall covered with vinyl wallpaper

 

 

Preventing the Spread of Mold and Exposure

Treating hidden mold requires a gentle touch and caution at every turn. For example, if we’re treating mold growing under wallpaper, removing that wallpaper can release a significant amount of mold spores which can then spread throughout the home. To protect ourselves, we wear personal protective equipment. To protect the area, we build a containment chamber to secure it to prevent mold spores from spreading.

 

 

Using Advanced Moisture Detection Equipment

We have access to advanced mold removal equipment which helps us detect hidden moisture that contributes to mold growth. Some of the equipment we use includes:

 

  • Moisture Meters: Moisture meters measure the moisture content of different areas of your home. Since mold needs moisture to grow, this helps us find the areas with excess moisture that are likely contributing to mold growth without using invasive methods.
  • Humidity Gauges: As the name suggests, these devices monitor the humidity inside your home. When we remove mold, we want to ensure it doesn’t return. To do this, we resolve whatever moisture issue initially enabled the mold growth. Using humidity gauges helps us ensure lingering moisture is removed.

 

 

Different Mold Removal Methods Processes

 

We use different methods while performing mold removal, depending on the situation. Some of the methods that are used include:

 

  • Wet Extraction: These are used for removing water or excess moisture from your home that may contribute to mold growth.
  • Damp Wipe: If mold is growing on a hard, nonporous surface, our team will scrub or wipe such surfaces using detergent and water. We ensure that these nonporous surfaces are quickly dried to make sure mold does not start growing again.
  • Specialized Solutions: Depending on the severity of the mold colony, we’ll use specialized solutions that not only kill the existing mold but also make the surface uninhabitable for mold in the future.

 

Hidden mold is a common issue for homeowners in Hamburg, NJ and all of northern New Jersey. Whether it’s from recent water damage that wasn’t treated properly, undetected water damage, or excess moisture, mold can quickly become established in your home without you knowing it. If you suspect mold in your home, contact the mold removal professionals at ServiceMaster Metropolitan at (855) 560-7999 for immediate assistance!

 

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3 Critical Areas to Check During Storm Damage Cleanup in Hackensack, NJ

February 11th, 2019 · No Comments

As powerful forces of nature, storms can be awesome to behold. Unfortunately, they can also leave your Hackensack, NJ home seriously damaged. If your home is damaged by a storm, call the storm damage cleanup professionals at ServiceMaster Metropolitan. We’ll ensure your property is fully restored to its pre-loss condition, regardless of the damage it has suffered.

 

One of the most common types of storm damage is water damage from leaks or flooding. Today, we’re going to explore the steps our professionals take to treat water damage from storms.

 

 

Flooring Deterioration

 

Different types of flooring react differently to water damage. In some cases, the flooring can be saved. In others, it has deteriorated too much and needs to be replaced. Let’s look at some of the common flooring materials we encounter and how we treat them.

 

  • Vinyl: After exposure to water, the edges of vinyl tiles curl. Unfortunately, once this happens, they can’t be saved and need to be replaced.
  • Asbestos: We remove and properly dispose of any materials that contain one percent or more asbestos fiber.
  • Wood: Upon contact with water, wood will absorb water and start swelling. If it can’t be dried quickly, the wood will have to be replaced.

 

Damage to Interior Walls

Walls constructed of wooden and sheetrock that have been exposed to water for more than two hours will have to be replaced. These materials soak up water and become impossible to completely dry out, making them breeding grounds for mold.

 

Additionally, if there’s insulation present, we’ll remove any that has absorbed water. Removal of saturated insulation is crucial because it becomes ineffective and increases the level of moisture inside your house.

Find Expereinced Storm Damage Cleanup Professionals

Experience is a valuable asset that helps our storm damage cleanup experts make the right decisions while performing storm cleanup procedures. If your home is in complete disarray after a storm, ServiceMaster Metropolitan will provide quick and thorough storm damage cleanup services in Hackensack, NJ and all of northern New Jersey. Contact us 24/7/365 at (855) 560-7999 for immediate assistance.

 

 

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What to Do After you Experience Fire Damage in Your Hackettstown, NJ, Home

February 4th, 2019 · No Comments

Experiencing a fire in the home can rock your world. It’s not something any homeowner expects will happen to them, but between 2011 and 2015, fire fighters responded to an average of 358,500 house fires a year. The fire damage restoration professionals at ServiceMaster Metropolitan want to help Hackettstown, NJ, homeowners be prepared for the worst case scenario. While we hope we never have to service your home, it’s important you know what to do after you experience fire damage, so you can be ready when you need to.

 

  1. Don’t Enter the Home: It may be tempting to re-enter the home after a fire to try and salvage your belongings, but this can actually cause more problems. First of all, the structure may not be safe, and the possibility of injury is very real. The air quality is also compromised due to the smoke and can cause respiratory problems in those exposed. Second, touching items and moving through the home can cause the existing fire damage to worsen. Soot is a common byproduct of fires and, when you touch something, it mixes with the natural oils on your skin. This can cause the soot damage to become permanent. If you absolutely must re-enter the home, wait until it’s deemed safe by local authorities.
  2. Take Care of Your Pets: We know it’s important to take care of our families after a fire, but pets are affected by trauma just like people are. Oftentimes after a fire, pets will become anxious and may respond aggressively. Use slow movements around your pets and handle them gently to ease their anxiety. Try to leave them with a family member or friend where they will feel safe and comfortable while your home is being restored.
  3. Don’t Turn on Your Utilities: Fire fighters will evaluate your home and take steps to prevent additional damage. This may include turning off your utilities if they aren’t safe to use. Don’t turn them back on until you have assurance that it’s safe.
  4. Contact Your Insurance Company: Every insurance company has a different procedure for responding to losses. Contact your insurance company to get directions on what information you need to give them to successfully file your claim. Some companies will send someone to your home. Others will need a list of belongings lost or photos to document the damage.
  5. Call Fire Damage Restoration Professionals: Recovering your home from fire damage requires professional help. Fire damage restoration companies like ServiceMaster Metropolitan have the tools and training to restore your property after even the most devastating fire. The sooner restoration begins, the more effective it will be. That’s why we’re available 24/7/365 to respond to your service request.

 

While no one expects to experience a house fire, it pays to be prepared. If you’ve experienced fire damage in your home, contact the fire damage restoration professionals at ServiceMaster Metropolitan. For immediate assistance, contact us at (855) 560-7999.

 

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4 Steps for Finding the Right Mold Remediation Firm in Morristown, NJ

February 1st, 2019 · No Comments

If you see mold growing in your home, then you need to contact a professional firm like ServiceMaster Metropolitan to perform mold remediation. Mold can contribute to health issues and damage the surfaces it grows on. However, mold remediation isn’t something homeowners often think of until they need it. You probably don’t have a go-to “mold guy” which can leave you vulnerable to unscrupulous companies. Today, we’re going to look at the steps you need to take to find a reliable mold remediation company in Morristown, NJ!  

 

Step #1: Check Company’s Insurance

 

The first thing to check is the kind of liability insurance a company has. It’s also important to know the amount of coverage the liability insurance offers and what is covered.

 

Another issue is to ensure that the liability insurance a mold cleanup firm has covers microbial or mold-related work.

 

Step #2: Look for Consumer Complaints against a Company

 

One way to make sure you’re choosing the right company is by relying on the experiences of others. Check for any negative reviews and complaints against the company.

 

If there are too many complaints, then it will be a clear indication that the company is not professional enough to perform mold removal at your home.

 

Apart from checking the complaints, you can also contact a licensing office to check for practice violation complaints against the company.

 

Step #3: Check the Company’s Inspection Report Policy

You need to choose a mold remediation company that agrees to offer an inspection report right at the onset of remediation work. The company should agree to provide the following details in its report:

 

  • Detailed information about parts of your house that have been inspected
  • A clear description of factors that caused the mold problem in your home
  • A plan of action for performing mold cleanup so the mold problem can be eradicated from your home
  • If mold sampling is performed, then a thorough analysis of the sampling needs to be in the report

 

Step #4: Check for Prompt Communication

 

Right away, you can determine how well the company replies to your queries. A professional company will respond quickly and answer any questions you have.

 

If the company isn’t replying to your questions before work has started, you cannot expect better communication when the work actually begins.

Find the Right Mold Remediation Firm Today

As you can see, hiring the right firm for mold remediation is very important. ServiceMaster Metropolitan is a company that has the expertise and experience to carry out this task in the proper manner.

 

All you have to do is give us a call on our customer support number—(855) 560-7999—and our technicians will reach your home in Morristown, NJ; analyze the extent of the mold damage; and immediately start work to remove the mold problem from your home.

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2 Critical Fire Damage Restoration Tasks Performed by Technicians in Fairfield, NJ

January 24th, 2019 · No Comments

When a fire occurs in your Fairfield, NJ home, the initial damage isn’t the only thing you have to worry about. There’s also secondary damage that continues even after the fire is extinguished. The only way to recover your home and fight against secondary damage is to contact the fire damage restoration specialists at ServiceMaster Metropolitan. We’ll ensure everything is restored quickly and effectively.

 

Today, we’re going to look at the critical tasks we perform as part of effective fire damage restoration.

 

Proper Identification of Materials that Burned

 

Soot formation depends upon what materials burned during the fire. Identifying the materials helps us select the right cleaning products to achieve the desired results.

 

Let’s look at a few examples that provide an insight into the different byproducts created during a fire:

  • Hydrogen cyanide is the byproduct when wool burns
  • If wood burns, the byproducts released are Manganese and Benzene

 

Proper Cleanup of Soot Residues in Fire Damage Restoration

Our experts take steps to ensure soot residues are cleaned in the right manner. Let’s explore the details in this section.

 

Step #1: Set Up Proper Ventilation

 

The first thing our technicians do is set up proper ventilation in your home. For this our experts place box fans close to windows, so soot and dust can be drawn out of your home.

 

Step #2: Follow the Right Procedures

 

Our experts fully understand that desired results can be achieved when the right procedures are followed. The procedures our experienced fire damage restoration technicians follow include:

  • Start cleanup work from ceilings
  • Cleanup walls and fixtures
  • Start cleaning content in the house
  • Clean the flooring

 

Step #3: Select the Right Cleaning Options

 

Our technicians utilize their experience to select the right cleaning options and techniques. Tasks they perform in this context include:

  • Perform vacuuming for floors and upholstery
  • Neutralize acidic soot by utilizing alkaline cleaners
  • Dry-clean fine clothing
  • Launder draperies and clothing

 

Step #4: Clean Exterior Walls and Eaves

 

We’re trained in the proper procedures for the cleanup of exterior walls and eaves. For instance, we spray detergents and properly agitate soot with the help of a brush to dislodge it. Next, our technicians utilize pressure washing in the right sequence (bottom to top) to clean these surfaces.

 

It can be said that professional expertise is quite important during fire damage restoration work. The technicians at ServiceMaster Metropolitan are trained as well as experienced in performing this type of complex task. We also have the right equipment and cleaning solutions to achieve the best results.

 

If your home has suffered a fire, for immediate fire damage restoration assistance in Fairfield, NJ and all of northern New Jersey, contact us at (855) 560-7999.

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Why You Need an Experienced Firm for Storm Damage Cleanup in Edgewater, NJ

January 18th, 2019 · No Comments

Storms can result in serious damage to your Edgewater, NJ home due to heavy rains, strong winds, fallen trees, hail, heavy snow, sleet, lightning, and rising waters. If your home is damaged by a storm, contact the storm damage cleanup professionals at ServiceMaster Metropolitan immediately.

When it comes to storm damage cleanup, experience is crucial. Every disaster scenario is different, and there are some things that only experience will prepare you for. Today, we’re going to look at how our experience helps us effectively restore your home after a storm.

 

Storm Damage Cleanup and Restoration Services

Storms result in property damage worth billions of dollars every year. Restoring homes after a storm may seem like an insurmountable task, but our professionals provide the following services to help restore your home to its pre-loss condition:

  • Water damage cleanup
  • Mold removal
  • Emergency plumbing and electrical repairs
  • Emergency board up services for windows, doors, or other openings
  • Humidity control
  • Repairs for roofing and siding
  • Window replacement
  • Tarping to secure damaged roofs or exterior walls
  • Tree removal
  • Debris cleanup
  • Pack out and content storage to protect your belongings

 

How to Choose the Right Storm Damage Cleanup Firm

You’ll be able to avoid inexperienced, uninsured, and out-of-state storm damage cleanup firms by watching for these red flags:

  • The cleanup firm is unable to provide local references
  • It has a negative BBB rating or no local rating at all
  • The restoration firm doesn’t have a local office
  • They demand an up-front payment
  • The disaster restoration firm doesn’t have insurance or is underinsured

 

Advantages of Experienced Technicians

ServiceMaster Metropolitan is an experienced firm with the tools and training to effectively restore your home after any sort of disaster scenario. Some of the advantages of working with ServiceMaster Metropolitan include:

  • We utilize advanced inspection tools to evaluate the extent of damage
  • We provide all required services which means you don’t have to contact multiple vendors for the various cleanup and restoration tasks
  • We offer content management services to ensure everything in your home is adequately inventoried and cataloged
  • We have climate controlled and completely secured storage facilities to provide proper storage of your valuables
  • Our technicians have the necessary experience to perform content restoration services

 

Hiring an experienced firm for storm damage cleanup work is essential to ensuring your home is effectively restored. The experts at ServiceMaster Metropolitan have the experience, training, certification, and required equipment to restore your home and get you back to normal as quickly as possible. For immediate 24/7/365 assistance in Edgewater, NJ and all of northern New Jersey, give us a call at (855) 560-7999!

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