The services you need, when you need them.
You may be one of the lucky few who has never had to consider a water damage occurring in their home or office. If and when water damage occurs in your home you will need the help of a professional to restore it. ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley's experienced and professional technicians are the key to successful restoration. Our water damage experts have completed advanced training in water damage mitigation, dehumidification, mold remediation and sewage contamination clean up. ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley remains the premier disaster restoration company in the region.
With 36 years in the disaster restoration business, ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley has a reputation within the industry for quality, integrity and excellent service. Our fire and smoke damage technicians have completed advanced training to remain knowledgeable of all current restoration techniques. We strive to remain technologically advanced through weekly training sessions and technical updates. ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley specializes in complete restoration of fire damaged homes, furnishings, and personal belongings.
All of us have encountered mold at one time or another, whether in your shower, on a piece of cheese or on wet building materials. Mold is a microscopic life form found everywhere. It is part of the natural decay process of organic materials. There are many different species. Most of them are similar in that they require an organic food source to grow. The most common food source indoors is cellulose, which is found in building materials such as wood and drywall. Mold needs oxygen and moisture to grow as well, and are spread in tiny particles called spores. Concern about mold exposure is due primarily to the variety of symptoms that exposure can cause. These symptoms can vary and may not affect everyone, but tend to most often affect people with allergies or respiratory problems.
Thermal Imaging & Moisture Mapping
Not sure if water is hiding behind ceilings or walls? ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley can provide infrared assessments using thermal imaging cameras that will quickly and accurately pinpoint areas needing attention.
Sewer backups and Category III or ‘black water’ damage can present significant health risks if not handled according to specific protocols. Protect your employees and customers by choosing an IICRC certified firm to clean up after sewage affects your building.
If your home or property has been vandalized, ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley can assist in restoring it to pre-loss condition.
It is estimated that 2 million people in the United States suffer from compulsive hoarding. ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley technicians can assist in inventorying and clearing out homes that are unlivable due to hoarding. In many cases, the level of contamination in this environment may require the use of protective gear including gloves, respirators and bio-hazard suits.
Large Commercial Loss
Large commercial property losses require expert capabilities, quick and thorough coordination and an exceptional attention to detail to keep the process moving quickly and smoothly. ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley has employees that have been trained specifically in large loss estimating and management and has the resources available to handle any size loss.
Lead Safe Cleaning
As of April 22, 2010 all renovation, repair and painting contractors must be EPA certified and use lead safe practices when working in homes built before 1978. ServiceMaster of Shenandoah Valley is an EPA Lead Safe Certified Firm.