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Welcome to ServiceMaster of the Valley

ServiceMaster of the Valley has been providing restoration services since 1980.  Our services area includes, Kings, Annapolis, Digby Counties as well as the Town of Windsor and surrounding areas. 

We offer one- stop restoration services available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.   As a one-stop contractor, we coordinate and manage all work required to return a damaged property to pre-loss condition.  This process is not only convenient for our customers but also provides for an efficient workflow that enables the work to be completed in a timely manner.   

Our company is an IICRC certified firm (www.iicrc.org). This designation assures our customers that we have training and equipment necessary to carry out restoration work.  It also assures our customers that we have up to date liability insurance and workers compensation. Staff certification from IICRC include; water damage restoration, odor control, fire and smoke restoration, health and safety, applied structural drying and Applied Microbial Remediation.

Over the years we have been called upon to provide levels of services ranging from minor furnace blow-backs to major fire reconstruction for both residential and commercial properties.  Our water restoration services range from minor flooded basements to the major restoration of two schools damaged by Hurricane Juan in 2004.  Our windstorm service includes emergency repairs to roofs, removal of fallen trees from buildings and replacement of siding, outbuildings and fences.

When disaster strikes, you can count on us to be there quickly and to react effectively.

 

FAQs

Can I clean up fire and smoke damage in my home myself?

After fire and smoke damage in your home, we do not recommend you attempt any “do-it-yourself” cleaning methods without first consulting your ServiceMaster Restore qualified Restoration Technician. Pre-testing, using the right cleaning agent for particular items, mixing deodourizing agents with cleaning solutions and using correct dilution ratios are just some of the ways an expert fire restoration technician attains professional and controlled results. Professional cleaning systems and products used by experienced, trained technicians give you the best chance for successful restoration of your property and belongings.

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Do I need general contractors?

There are some aspects of the fire and smoke restoration process that may require the services of general contractors such as drywall/painting; electrical; plumbing; roofing; framing/finish carpentry; flooring/carpet; installation of doors, windows, cabinets, post-construction cleanup, etc. ServiceMaster Restore offers full restoration services.

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Smoke Alarm Safety Tips

Smoke alarms save lives. That’s why smoke detector checks are a necessary and effective way to protect your building and the people in it from smoke and fire emergencies. And it doesn't take a lot of effort to keep yours working properly. Use the tips below to ensure your smoke detectors are up to snuff. In a true fire emergency, working smoke detectors could mean the difference between life and death. Check your smoke detectors today to keep your home or business as safe as possible.

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ServiceMaster of the Valley

6941 Highway 1
Coldbrook, NS,   B4R 1C5

Tel: 855-681-5180
Email: admin@servicemastervalley.ca

About Us

Your restoration specialists For over 30 years, ServiceMaster of the Valley has been providing disaster restoration services to Kings, Annapolis, Digby Counties as well as the Town of Windsor and surrounding areas.  Our business is located at 2 How Avenue, New Minas, Nova Scotia

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Proud Sponsor of the 2020 Scotties

For the fifth consecutive year, ServiceMaster Restore is proud to continue its sponsorship as Premier Partner of the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Canada’s top women curlers will be vying for the title of Team Canada at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan from February 15th to 23rd.

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