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Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore of Kapuskasing

ServiceMaster Restore of Kapuskasing is a full service disaster restoration company and have been providing Kapuskasing and Northern Ontario surrounding areas with a 24 hour, 7 day a week service for over 30 years.  We are a community strong company and committed to customer satisfaction. As IICRC certified restoration specialists, we can provide a full-range of services including:

            Water Damage Remediation and Restoration

            Fire & Smoke Damage Remediation and Restoration

            Mold Removal and Restoration

            Wind & Lightening Damage Restoration

            Odor Control

            Trauma-Site and Hoarding Clean Up

            Reconstruction and Repairs

 

We work with both our private clients and insurance partners in providing Complete Disaster Restoration Services related to damages caused by wind, water, smoke, fire, mold and asbestos.

At ServiceMaster Restore of Kapuskasing, we understand how traumatic property damage can be and we recognize that these occurrences require immediate attention in order to prevent further damage to the structure.  Issues such as break and enter, an overflowing washing machine, a fire, site safety and security, water extraction, removal of affected building materials and/or contents and the installation of industrial drying equipment where necessary, are examples of steps that are paramount in order to minimize your loss. Seeing your property and belongings damaged or ruined, can be upsetting and stressful. So it’s nice to know that there are local professionals ready to help and just a phone call away.

All of our Technicians are fully equipped and trained in all aspects of disaster restoration, and are ready to provide quality workmanship and expertise 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

ServiceMaster Restore of Kapuskasing is committed to providing homeowners and businesses with quality 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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Why does the specialty floor need to be removed?

Nonporous flooring can trap water and prevent it and the materials under it from drying properly.

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ServiceMaster Restore of Kapuskasing

320 ch. Government Road East
Kapuskasing, ON,   P5N 2X7

Tel: 855-383-3536
Email: admin.kap@svmrestore.ca

About Us

Your disaster restoration specialists As local general contractors the Gelinas family has been serving residential, commercial and institutional clients in the Northern Ontario for over 30 years. We have earned an enviable reputation for consistently producing a quality product while concentr

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