The friendly, knowledgable professionals at ServiceMaster Recovery can help you through the entire process of dealing with a disaster in your home or business.

The friendly, knowledgable professionals at ServiceMaster Recovery can help you through the entire process of dealing with a disaster in your home or business.

Helping Olympic Peninsula homeowners and businesses with restoration services for 30 years

When a natural disaster strikes your home or business, it can seem as though the journey to repair what you’ve lost will be a long, challenging process.

Dealing with a disaster in your home or business can be stressful and confusing. Many people are unsure about what the first steps are – do you need to file an insurance claim?

“A lot of people don’t know what to expect, especially when it comes to insurance claims,” says Robert Porrazzo, from the locally owned and operated ServiceMaster Recovery, providing Clallam and Jefferson counties with professional restoration services for 30 years. “Even if you haven’t filed a claim yet, we can assist you through the process with advice about deductibles and whether or not it’s worth even starting a claim.”

They specialize in Restorative Drying Techniques, and because of the expert training their technicians have received, they’re able to deal with these issues with as little invasive work as possible.

“We want to reassure our customers that we don’t necessarily need to tear your whole house apart to mitigate these types of problems,” Porrazzo says.

With a national franchise network and more than 65 years of experience, their team will provide you with residential restoration services to get the job done and get your home back to the way it once was.

Their team holds various certifications through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), the standard-setting organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries.

At ServiceMaster Recovery their dedicated customer service team is committed to helping you every step of the way, and respond to your emergency needs 24/7/365. They take the time to talk you through the situation, provide you with the answers you need and find a solution that will help restore normalcy.

“ServiceMaster was really on top of it,” says satisfied customer Kaitlin. “They came after hours when necessary and did a great job. There were no hiccups at all. I didn’t even realize all of the billing had been squared away. They did it all without having to involve me. I was very impressed with how quickly Service Master was able to get all of the damage out and how kind and communicative they were.”

Other services offered by ServiceMaster Recovery:

  • Fire damage
  • Water damage
  • Smoke damage
  • Hoarding cleanup
  • Weather damage
  • Sewage cleanup
  • Biohazard cleanup
  • Data and electronic restoration
  • Mold remediation
  • Asbestos testing and abatement

At ServiceMaster Recovery they’re proud to help guide their customers through unsettling times, providing support and guidance from beginning to end, to help you navigate the solution that’s right for you.

“Like we say ‘If you don’t know what to do, we do – give us a call!’ Porrazzo says.

Find out more on Facebook and Instagram or give them a call at 360-681-0722.

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