Water & Fire Damage Restoration – Illinois & Wisconsin by ServiceMaster DCS

Commercial restoration guide from the experts at ServiceMaster DCS.

Damages to your business from water, fire, smoke or mold can mean lost revenue and potentially, lost customers. When disaster strikes, we speed to your side to start the commercial restoration process to minimize business interruptions and maximize results. As a leader in disaster restoration, we bring more than 60 years of experience and expertise to every challenge.

We are your nationwide single-source solution for commercial restoration and reconstruction services for commercial properties. And because every minute counts, we respond 24/7/365 with a comprehensive range of services that includes pre-loss contingency planning assistance, emergency loss mitigation service, and post-loss clean-up and reconstruction services.

Providing commercial restoration services to get you back into operation quickly:

  • Over 1,900 disaster restoration locations nationwide
  • 24/7/365 emergency call center available by calling 1-855-646-8988
  • Certified fire and water commercial restoration experts
  • Proven network restoring more than 300,000 disaster sites each year
  • Average on-site response time within two to four hours

National strength, local expertise.

A disaster can place your revenue, property, employees, customers, inventory and reputation at risk. When the worst happens, every minute counts. That’s why we have thousands of specially trained and equipped professionals at more than 1,900 locations across the U.S. ready to mobilize 24/7/365 to support your business with commercial restoration services.

When disaster strikes, every minute that goes by makes the problem worse. Don’t delay.

Only ServiceMaster Restore® offers:

• A network of certified Quality Restoration Vendors (QRV) across North America
• Experts who undergo intensive training and strictly adhere to industry standards for disaster recovery
• Personalized, helpful guidance throughout the entire process

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