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Emergency Board-Up Service in Dayton

Protecting Your Home During a Natural Disaster

Preparation is vital before a natural disaster, and it can be the difference between minimal property damage and complete irreplaceable devastation. Emergency board-up services with ServiceMaster by Angler - Dayton not only keep your home safe from destruction but also mitigate further damage that occurs in the aftermath of a storm, fire damage, or any other catastrophe.

With our support, you get board-up services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After all, you can’t always predict when a disaster will touch your life and affect your livelihood. As a local residential and commercial restoration company, we care about preserving our community. We have over 45+ years of experience in restoration services and understand how to help protect what means the most to you.

Our Various Comprehensive 24-Hour Services

Rest assured that we’ll respond to your emergency within 1-2 hours after initial contact to perform board-up services. We also have a variety of round-the-clock solutions that help you prepare for almost any situation, including:

  • Boarding up doors and windows
  • Tarping hard and soft surfaces
  • Securing your property’s perimeter security
  • Constructing temporary fencing
  • Closing up all openings
  • Providing temporary electricity

Our rapid response makes us a premier board-up service provider in the area to help you prepare for floods, torrential rain, tornados, and more. We also work with your insurance provider to help expedite the process and complete billing.

Your satisfaction and safety are paramount, which is why we work quickly and carefully to board up your home before expected disasters. We never want you to deal with property damage alone. With our Dayton board-up and restoration service experts on your side, we aim to restore your peace of mind and ensure your property is protected and safe before the reconstruction begins.

Contact us onlineor call (937) 358-8995 to request board-up service in Dayton today.