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Commercial Winter Weather Clean-Up Services

Helping You Recover During the Cold Winter Months

Winters can be long and tough. From frigid temperatures to blizzards to icy weather, your commercial property can sometimes take quite a beating from one or all of these events. It’s important that when your property does sustain some damage, you get it fixed in a timely manner so that it doesn’t affect business. If you’re forced to shut down as a result of the damage, it’s even more integral that you have someone you can call to quickly provide a solution. ServiceMaster Restore® is that team. We are a commercial restoration company that specializes in winter weather clean-up services and we are ready to assist you whenever you need us.

When you’re recovering from winter’s worst, exposed or under-insulated pipes can rupture and cause catastrophic flooding. Our goal is to ensure you get back in business as quickly as possible. From drying out your interior to removing damaged materials to fighting microbial growth caused by water, we develop the right solution for your specific needs.

Types of Winter Weather

In order to prepare yourself and your property for the cold months ahead, it’s important you know what the weather potentially holds. Your business can sustain damage from a variety of different weather events.

Prepare yourself by being informed and knowing the meaning of the following warning terms:

  • Wind chill advisory: Issued when wind chill temperatures are expected to be a significant inconvenience to life with prolonged exposure, and, if caution is not exercised, could lead to hazardous exposure.
  • Wind chill warning: Issued when wind chill temperatures are expected to be hazardous to life within several minutes of exposure.
  • Dense fog advisory: Issued when fog will reduce visibility to ¼ mile or less over a widespread area.
  • Blizzard warning: Issued for sustained or gusty winds of 35 mph or more, and falling or blowing snow creating visibilities at or below ¼ mile; these conditions should persist for at least three hours.
  • Winter storm watch: Alerts the public to the possibility of a blizzard, heavy snow, heavy freezing rain, or heavy sleet. Usually issued 12 to 48 hours before the beginning of a winter storm.
  • Winter storm warning: Issued when hazardous winter weather in the form of heavy snow, heavy freezing rain, or heavy sleet is imminent or occurring. Usually issued 12 to 24 hours before the event is expected.

Trust Our Industry Experts

As an industry leader in water mitigation, we can quickly restore your business to its original condition. We have the expertise to get the job done right and follow up to ensure you’re satisfied with the results. Should extreme cold, ice dams, collapsed roofs, or flooding cause damage to your property, ServiceMaster Restore is the one to call for expert guidance and expertise that gets your business back in operation.