Experiencing Real Relief with Our Restoration Services
If you've suffered water, weather or fire damage, or need to remove odors or mold from your home or business, our disaster restoration experts are here to help.
Let our technicians at ServiceMaster DSI provide you peace of mind in knowing we can get your property back to normal.
Whether it’s mold, smoke, or something else entirely, for disaster restoration services in Springfield, MO, you can place full confidence in our team to not only repair the damage, but comprehensively answer all your questions and concerns throughout the process.
An Industry Leader in Disaster Restoration
Neighbors in Springfield, MO and surrounding areas turn to us when they need fire, flood, smoke and mold restoration because we have established ourselves as a leader in our industry.
Our customers have ranked us #1 among all national providers; we are the go-to advisor in the restoration industry. We strive to be so much more than just a company that helps you rebuild, as we are dedicated to your safety, security, and happiness.
ServiceMaster DSI is here for you 24/7 to help you in an emergency. When it comes to disasters, time is essential. Don't hesitate to contact our team at any time of the day for immediate assistance—be it smoke damage, water damage, or the like.
DISASTER RESTORATION IN SPRINGFIELD - FAQ
What needs to be replaced after a house fire?
Although fire damage can be extensive, most fire-damaged houses can be repaired. Depending on the size of the fire and the severity of the damage, you will need to make some changes and repairs to your home.
Some of the things that need to be replaced after fire damage to your home are:
- Electrical wiring
These three elements can be damaged by fire, and it is safest to replace them to avoid future problems.
When Should I Call a Water Restoration Company?
While the time people typically call a water restoration company is when they see mold or the floor sags, those are actually later stage signs of water damage. That means that some of it may have been preventable had a water restoration company been consulted earlier.
If a major storm has occurred and your home experienced flooding in one or more rooms, if substantial drain water has backed up from your toilet or sink, or if a pipe has burst resulting in extensive standing water, you should call a water restoration company immediately after the water has been stopped by a trained professional.
So, while identifying mold or other growth in your home is a key time to call a water restoration company like ServiceMaster DSI, calling one earlier than that can save you a lot of headache. If you need water damage restoration or mold removal in Springfield, we can help you promptly and effectively.
My wood floors are wet and buckling. Will they have to be replaced?
Wood flooring must be evaluated during the drying process.
At ServiceMaster DSI, we use specialized drying systems and dehumidifiers to create an environment where wood floors can dry more efficiently and resume their original shape. (Due to the density of hardwood flooring and urethane finishes, drying may take longer.)
If you filed a claim, your insurance adjuster will work with you to make the final decision as to whether floors will need to be refinished or replaced.
What is mold remediation?
Mold remediation typically involves the use of natural or chemical cleaners to kill mold and remove it from surfaces.
(Take precautions when cleaning mold, as exposure to it can cause serious health problems.)
When you can't tell if you need mold removal or mold remediation, it is always best to consult with a professional mold removal or remediation company. Their mold remediation experts will be able to assess the situation and recommend the best course of action.
If you need professional help with mold removal in Springfield, MO, our mold remediation and removal technicians are available 24/7 a day to assist you.
What is the difference between mold removal and mold remediation?
Mold removal and mold remediation are two different processes with distinct goals. Mold removal focuses on quickly eliminating the visible signs of mold growth in a home or business.
Mold remediation, however, is a slower process that targets not only existing growths but also underlying factors that may have caused it in the first place. It also includes repairing materials that were damaged by mold infestations.
Both processes are essential for preventing future recurrences of mold and ensuring occupants' safety from its health hazards.
Our certified technicians use state-of-the-art equipment to rid any property of hazardous molds so you can have peace of mind that your home or business is safe again.