Water Mitigation & flood Restoration in St. Augustine FL
Whether you experienced a pipe burst or flooding, a serious water-related event can not only cause significant damage to your home, but it can also expose you and your family to health hazards.
At ServiceMaster Restoration by PWF - St Johns, Clay, and Duval County, we provide both water mitigation and water restoration services to help you restore your home after a disaster.
While water mitigation entails extracting water, drying out the home, removing damaged materials, and protect the structure of the home, water restoration involves replacing damaged materials, repairing roof damage, eliminating mold, and ensuring moisture and humidity levels are normal.
Don't stress about damages! Contact us online for 24/7 disaster restoration services in St Johns, Clay, and Duval County today!
Providing the Peace of Mind You Deserve
At ServiceMaster Restoration by PWF - St Johns, Clay, and Duval County, your health, safety, and happiness are our top priority. Whether your home was flooded, or you had an electrical fire in your business, our St Johns, Clay, and Duval County restoration specialists are ready to assist you.
Our aim is to help make your property whole again so you can have total peace of mind. When property damage occurs, there is no need to stress. ServiceMaster Restoration by PWF - St Johns, Clay, and Duval County is here to professionally handle all your restoration needs.
We take great care to provide a fully customized solution that is best for your unique situation. After a thorough assessment of your property, we can propose a plan to get your property back to normal as soon as possible.
Our job isn't finished until you are 100% satisfied. Reach out today for comprehensive guidance through every stage of the restoration process.
About St. Augustine and Johns County, FL
ServiceMaster Restoration by PWF operates in St. Augustine, St. Johns County. St. Johns County is home to over 254,000 residents and consists of 608 square miles of beaches, riverfront properties, and historical landmarks. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the population in St. Johns is steadily increasing. In fact, it jumped 4.2 percent between 2017 and 2018 – ranking it as the 8th-fastest growing county in America.
We also serve the neighboring Clay and Duval Counties. Duval County is also tucked away in Northeast Florida. Named for William Pope Duval (Florida’s 1st territorial governor), it was established in 1822 as a separate county from St. Johns. The land it sits on, including the Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, was previously occupied by Native Americans for thousands of years. Today, the largest city in Duval is Jacksonville, which lies along the St. Johns River and borders the Atlantic Ocean. Duval county has a population of just under 950k and a median home value of 195,600.
For more information on our restoration services in St Johns, Clay, and Duval County, contact us online today!