Need help with both fire and water damage at your home. We’re ready to respond 24/7.
We understand how devastating a fire can be at your home. Not only is there damage from the actual fire, but you may also have significant water damage from fire-fighting efforts. Additionally, smoke, soot, odour and water all continue to cause harm to your home and belongings even after the fire is out.
Our professional fire restoration and water damage service technicians have the experience and expertise to deal with all aspects of fire and smoke damage in your home including water damage as a result of fire-fighting. And, if water damage is not taken care of immediately, it can lead to the growth of mould inside walls very quickly.
At ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's, we are fire restoration and water damage specialists, providing professional services for cleaning and removal of smoke, soot, odours and excess water from homes after fire, and before further damage occurs.
We have the resources, specialty equipment and know-how to restore your home back to a healthy condition. Throughout the process, we strive to minimize disruptions, answer all your questions, and guide you every step of the way.
ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's has been Restoring Peace of Mind® by providing professional fire and smoke damage restoration to homeowners. We work directly and collaboratively with our customers to provide a solid commitment. We will guide you through the fire and water damage restoration process to your home, every step of the way. Day or night, we are available to take your call 24/7, every day of the year.
The experts at ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's work to get the job done right and stay by your side until you are satisfied with the results.
When the unforeseen happens, call the fire restoration and water damage professionals at ServiceMaster Restore of St. John's right away.
How long will it take my property to dry from water damage after a fire?
- Drying time is determined by a combination of factors, including the location, type of building materials in your home, weather conditions, and how quickly emergency services begin.
- Proper testing with specialized equipment determines when property is completely dry. Touch alone may be a false indicator.
- Consistent monitoring and evaluation of moisture and humidity levels is used to determine when the drying is complete.