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Welcome to ServiceMaster of Cape Breton

Your Cleaning and Disaster Restoration Specialists

ServiceMaster of Cape Breton is committed to providing every customer with peace of mind in their time of need, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Our team employs the latest techniques and equipment for disaster restoration, and they are experts in all aspects of water damage, fire and smoke damage, carpet cleaning and rebuilds.

ServiceMaster of Cape Breton has pledged itself to continuous improvement and delivering excellent service from start to satisfaction.

WATER AND FLOOD DAMAGE

ServiceMaster of Cape Breton is on call 24/7/365 to provide you with reliable and professional water damage restoration services, using the most advanced technologies and products available.

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FIRE AND SMOKE DAMAGE

Trust ServiceMaster of Cape Breton when your property has been damaged by fire and smoke. We use the most up-to-date technology, equipment and processes in our fire damage restoration procedures.

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RECONSTRUCTION & REPAIRS

At ServiceMaster of Cape Breton, we are a fully equipped and licensed disaster restoration general contractor, with the experience, expertise and resources to rebuild your property from the ground up.

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FAQs

How can ServiceMaster Restore help?

Our expert technicians are trained to clean first to break organic loads and remove gross soiling. Then they sanitize or disinfect as appropriate.

When we do this, we follow the guidelines set in place by health professionals such as WHO and Health Canada. There are many methods of disinfection and you can be assured that your technician is trained to do each in the recommended manner. Our technicians also use appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) with your security and privacy in consideration.

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Should I open the windows to help the drying process?

Opening the windows in your home to assist the drying process is not always recommended. Outside weather conditions may vary. Your ServiceMaster Restore technician will determine when and if opening windows to let in outside air is advisable.

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Do I need general contractors?

There are some aspects of the restoration process that may require the services of general contractors such as drywall/painting; electrical; plumbing; roofing; framing/finish carpentry; flooring/carpet; installation of doors, windows, cabinets, post-construction cleanup, etc.

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HOW DOES SMOKE DAMAGE AFFECT THE CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME?

HOW DOES SMOKE DAMAGE AFFECT THE CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME?

Even after a fire has been extinguished, a surprising amount of damage can occur in areas of your home that were untouched by flames. Smoke, soot and ash residue can cause devastating damage that can continue to harm your home and property even after the flames are out.

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TOP 10 FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE COST OF WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

TOP 10 FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE COST OF WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION

Many factors need to be considered in making an accurate estimate of what water damage restoration will cost for your home. Each situation is unique, and obviously larger and more complicated jobs require more resources and time, and will therefore cost more.

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ServiceMaster of Cape Breton

30 Reeves Street
Sydney, NS,   B1P 3C5

Tel: 855-644-2523
Email: curtis.dolhanty@svmrestore.ca

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About Us

Your cleaning and restoration specialists Restoring Peace of Mind                 "We are highly trained and equipped to serve you" With nearly 60 years experience, ServiceMaster Res

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WHAT IS IN STORE FOR FALL AND WINTER WEATHER

What weather does fall and winter of 2021/22 hold for Canada? Experts have predicted this will likely be another La Niña year, which is typically cooler and snowier than neutral or El Niño years.

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