Storm and Disaster Services Servicing Palm Beach County and Martin County
Residents in Florida often experience regular storms but when normal turns to unexpected and disastrous it can be damaging to homes and businesses. Hurricane season is a particular worry of Floridians as the devastation these storms leave behind means big problems for business and homeowners. As long time Floridians- ServiceMaster Restoration by the Specialists understand and are ready to service the county after a hurricane. In the event of storm or hurricane damage, call ServiceMaster Restoration by the Specialists at (561) 800-7860 and we will be there for you every step of the way.
We also offer EMERGENCY REFUELING.
Businesses: Up to 40% of businesses affected by a natural or human-caused disaster never reopen.* Do you know what to do? We do. According to Ready.gov, businesses that take the time to create a disaster recovery plan and practice that plan are far more successful in negotiating events that affect their businesses. ServiceMaster by the Specialists is offering you our highly customized Emergency Response Plan, free of charge. This plan allows you to take a proactive approach to plan for and respond to a variety of events that could have a significant impact on your business, facility, employees and customers. We will assist you in the development of this document and train you on how to maximize this tool within your organization.
*Insurance Information Institute
Homeowners: ServiceMaster Restoration by the Specialists offers repair services for any damages of any size caused by storms. Our 24-hour emergency response team is waiting and ready with trained professionals to repair any damage quickly to prevent any further destruction to your home.
You can’t plan for a storm but you can plan who you are going to call before you need them- let your call be to ServiceMaster Restoration by the Specialists at (561) 800-7860 to take care of all the needs your home or business required following storm damage.
Storm Preparedness Resources