A Leader in Disaster Restoration
ServiceMaster Kwik Restore has been helping people restore their homes and businesses back to normal since 1977.
We know that most people who experience disasters are encountering this situation for the very first time. It’s our goal to guide customers through every step of this potentially stressful process.
We are committed to providing excellent work, exceptional customer service, and above all, peace of mind.
It is crucial that you contact us immediately after disaster strikes to reduce the chances of further damage to your property. If your home or business has been struck by an emergency, reach out to us today.
When you call ServiceMaster Kwik Restore, you get a community that will champion your restoration. A community that will support you throughout the entire project, lending capable and caring hands along the way.
What is the difference between Damage Mitigation and Restoration?
After a disaster, mitigation services aim to stop further damage and reduce the overall loss, while restoration services aim to restore damaged items to their pre-disaster condition. Although restoration is not as urgent as mitigation, it is still crucial to complete the task as soon as possible. The extent of the damage to the property and possessions could determine how long it will take for Restoration to be completed.
There is a common misconception that restoration and mitigation services in Cary are more expensive than replacing damaged items. In fact, most disaster damages can be mitigated and restored for much less than it would cost to replace everything. A professional restoration team can save whatever is salvageable and replace anything that isn’t.
Get back to normal with the help of Servicemaster Kwik Restore! Contact us online for disaster restoration services today!
About Cary, IL
Founded by William Dennison Cary in 1841 in the Fox River Valley, our city grew over the next few decades as the railroad arrived at Cary Station in 1856. Early commerce was highly dependent on the railroad, with produce, namely pickles, being sold to larger cities such as St. Louis and Chicago.
Today, Cary has an estimated population of 17,826. Historically, our city has been a resort destination for skiing. Cary has repeatedly been named a family-friendly destination, and with Chicago less than an hour away by train, we have access to everything the big city has to offer while enjoying our small town lifestyle.