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Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore of Central and North Okanagan

Property damage can be difficult and stressful.  Our goal is to restore not only your property, but also your peace of mind.

No matter what the property damage you have experienced - fire, smoke, water, wind, structural, mould, or bio-hazard – our full service restoration company has the expertise, experience, equipment and facilities to get the job done.  We are always on-call, ready to serve you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Our team of skilled disaster restoration professionals has both the experience and technical ability to handle any type of fire or water damage emergency.  Our project manager and technicians are thoroughly trained and IICRC certified, fully prepared to respond well to any emergency and type of property damage. 

ServiceMaster Restore of Central & North Okanagan responds quickly in emergency situations in Kelowna, Vernon, Armstrong, Lumby, Peachland and Salmon Arm. The faster we are able to attend to the emergency and begin the restorative process, the faster you can see that things are under control and will eventually be made right again. 

We also take our commitment to environmental stewardship seriously and have developed specific principles to guide us in serving you.  ServiceMaster has developed GoGreen products and systems to help provide a healthy environment where we can all work and live safely.

Strong communication, quick response, a positive attitude and a solid plan of action are the key components to restoring your property and your peace of mind.

WATER AND FLOOD DAMAGE

ServiceMaster Restore of Central and North Okanagan is on call 24/7/365 to provide you with reliable and professional water damage restoration services, using the most advanced technologies and products available.

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FIRE AND SMOKE DAMAGE

Trust ServiceMaster Restore of Central and North Okanagan when your property has been damaged by fire and smoke. We use the most up-to-date technology, equipment and processes in our fire damage restoration procedures.

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MOLD REMOVAL

If you notice the presence of mold, contact the mold removal experts at ServiceMaster Restore of Central and North Okanagan. We remove mold to prevent potential health risks and long-term damage to your property.

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FAQs

What is the difference between cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing?

Often times when it comes to the words clean, sanitize and disinfect they are used interchangeably. However, there is a significant difference between these terms and knowing what they mean can help keep your home or workplace a clean and safe environment.

Cleaning physically removes germs, dirt and impurities from surfaces or objects. It involves using soap or detergent and water along with a mechanical action such as wiping to remove germs from surfaces. Cleaning does not kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.

Disinfecting kills germs on surfaces or objects. In order to kill germs properly, chemicals need to be applied according to the label as each product is different. Disinfecting does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.

Sanitizing lowers the number of germs on surfaces or objects to a safe level, as judged by public health standards or requirements. In order for a product to be considered a sanitizer, it must reduce bacteria on a surface by at least 99.9 percent. This process works by either cleaning or disinfecting surfaces or objects to lower the risk of spreading infection.

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Do I need to move out while you restore my home after a fire or smoke damage?

Depending on the extent of the fire or smoke damage, this is ultimately your decision. Your insurance company may provide some guidance on this matter. Some things you may want to consider are safety concerns, odours, electricity, and disruption as a result of the equipment, work and noise that may be necessary to complete the restoration process in your home. If vacating your premises during the process, consider forwarding your mail to your temporary residence; stopping your newspaper and other deliveries; notifying your utility company, cable company, etc., of the temporary suspension of services during the restoration process.

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Why does the specialty floor need to be removed?

Nonporous flooring can trap water and prevent it and the materials under it from drying properly.

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ServiceMaster Restore of Central and North Okanagan

106-3677 Highway 97 N
Kelowna, BC,   V1X 5C3

Tel: 855-781-8865
Email: info@servicemasterok.ca

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Our Difference

As a leading provider of disaster restoration services for residential and commercial customers, our proprietary processes and equipment enable us to respond quickly and effectively.

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About Us

Your cleaning and restoration specialists ServiceMaster Restore of Central & North Okanagan has been providing disaster restoration services in Kelowna, Vernon, Armstrong, Peachland and Salmon Arm since Fall of 2013 whe

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