ServiceMaster Restorations was called to a home in Cape Coral, FL that was flooded when the toilet tank in the guest bathroom overflowed. Servicemaster went in and extracted the water from the affected rooms, which were the guest bathroom, hallway, two bedrooms, linen closet, master bedroom, and master bathroom. Servicemaster set up dehumidifiers to get the moisture out of the home and and sprayed antimicrobial to disinfect the floors and walls to prevent mold growth. Servicemaster then removed the baseboard to help with the drying of the drywall and to make sure that mold did not grow behind the baseboards. Servicemaster is still working on the remediation of the water damage with the homeowner. After Servicemaster is done with the water damage, Servicemaster’s construction department will work with the homeowner to rebuild the home back to its original state before the damage.
- Denise Douglas
Everyone who worked on my home from ServiceMaster was knowledgeable, polite, efficient and friendly. I don’t remember all the names as there were many of them. They were all good at what they did. Kim was always available to coordinate everything and keep things running smoothly. We are very happy with the work that was done. This happened at a very stressful time in my life but the people at ServiceMaster made it bearable.
Thank You.Dean & Marjorie Ellsworth Trust
I thought our meeting with Jonathan, Kim, Diane and you regarding our project was very productive and I believe that the resulting meeting of minds suggests that repair and remodeling should proceed successfully.
On a related subject, I want to recognize the extraordinary efforts of staff members Tony and Melissa. They were very responsive and comforting during the remediation process and, in our opinion, went above and beyond the norm to make me and my wife feel confident about the outcome of the project. They represent Service Master very well.Alvin Becker
- Lee County Homeless Coalition