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Welcome to ServiceMaster of Guelph

ServiceMaster Restore of Guelph has been providing full service disaster restoration services to homes and business in the area for over 30 years. 

When a "Disaster" strikes, whether it is from a Flooding and Water Damage, Fire or Wind, you can count on ServiceMaster Restore of Guelph to help you 24 hours a day, every day.

With our fully equipped, trained and certified team of Disaster Mitigation Specialists, our staff will respond quickly to your "Disaster" no matter how big or small.  We understand how traumatic property damage can be and are committed to delivering rapid and superior disaster restoration services in your time of need. 

Be it a single family residential home, or a commercial or high-rise property, our qualified Project Managers and Technicians will happily assist you throughout the Emergency Mitigation process as well as restoring your property back to its pre-loss condition with complete Restoration Services.

At ServiceMaster Restore of Guelph, we are committed to providing homeowners and business owners with quality disaster restoration service and results.  We don’t just restore your property…we restore your peace of mind.

 

FAQs

Why did the technician leave wet carpet on my stairs?

After water damage in your home, stair carpeting is generally not removed for safety reasons. Exposed tack strips or staples, especially on steps, can be dangerous. However, there are situations where removing carpet from stairs is necessary to prevent damage to hardwood steps underneath, or in the case of sewage contamination. Removing tack strips is not advised, as this may damage the hardwood or the subfloor. Extreme caution must be used whenever the tack strip is exposed or when the carpeted stairs are damp. If carpet left on the stairs is unsalvageable, it will be removed when new carpet is installed.

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Do I need to move my business out of my commercial property during the fire restoration process?

Depending on the extent of damage from the fire, this is ultimately your decision. Some things you may want to consider are safety concerns, odours, electricity, and disruption to your business as a result of the equipment, work and noise that may be necessary to complete the restoration process. If vacating your premises during the process, consider informing all customers and associates; forwarding your mail to your temporary location; stopping or redirecting pickups and deliveries; and notifying all utility companies, of the temporary suspension of services to your usual business location during the restoration process.

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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 of Guelph

650 Woodlawn Road West
Block A, #11-12
Guelph, ON,   N1K 1B8

Tel: 226-780-6435
Email: claims.guelph@svmrestore.ca

About Us

Serving Guelph's Disaster Needs for more than 30 years! ServiceMaster Restore of Guelph takes great pride in the disaster restoration services we have provided to our customers in the Guelph area for over 30 years.  We firmly believe in exceeding our customers’ expectations, wh

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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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