Locally OWned Minneapolis Restoration Company
For ServiceMaster of Minneapolis, it's important to approach every job with a can-do attitude. While other restoration companies may focus on the limitations of what they can provide, we have the power to offer much more. After years in this industry, we have established relationships with a variety of preferred material vendors.
Residential & Commercial Damage Restoration
We proudly serve residential and commercial properties, so whether you are a homeowner, a property manager, or an insurance professional, you can count on ServicePro Restore to get the job done.
Emergency Damage Restoration in Minneapolis
Kitchen fires and water pipes burst when we least expect them to. With rapid response times for emergency situations, your property will never be out of commission for long with ServiceMaster of Minneapolis. Contact us to schedule a local estimate for your home or business today.
What is the difference between Mitigation and Restoration service?
While mitigation means to stop further damages and reduce the overall loss after a disaster, restoration services in Minneapolis are targeted at repairing or replacing damaged property and items to their pre-disaster condition. While restoration is not as urgent as mitigation, it is still crucial and must be completed with urgency. Depending on the significance of the damage to property and possessions, Restoration could take weeks or months.
One big misunderstanding about using restoration and mitigation services in Minneapolis is that they are more costly than replacing damaged items and property. 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.
About Minneapolis Minnesota
Famous for being a part of the “Twin Cities” with St. Paul, Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota. Minneapolis is popular for its 20 plus lakes and 170 city parks in addition to cultural landmarks such as the Walker Art Center.
Originally settled by the Sioux, Minneapolis was given its name using the Sioux word Minne which means “water” combined with the Greek term polis for “city.”
St. Anthony falls is a major attraction and was first used as a power source for the city to grind flour for Fort Snelling, which is now a national park.