TOP REASONS TO MAKE A HOME INVENTORY LIST
If all the personal belongings in your home were stolen or destroyed as the result of theft or disaster, would you be able to list them by memory? Most people would not likely be able to remember everything. Taking the time to document your personal possessions before an unexpected loss-event happens can help ensure you will be able to fully recover or replace them after.
A guide to commercial odour control
Odour issues can occur for many reasons, but when you can’t shift that smell, it can cause havoc to your reputation. We're talking possible causes and what to do if your business struggles with lingering odours.
ServiceMaster Restore Continues Sponsorship with 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women’s curling championship will be played February 17-26 at the Sandman Centre in Kamloops, B.C. Once again, ServiceMaster Restore is the Premier Partner for the eighth consecutive year.
CAN YOUR SMALL BUSINESS SURVIVE A NATURAL DISASTER?
When a small business experiences catastrophic damage or loss due to a natural disaster such as fire, flooding, extreme weather or other causes, the first question is often, “When will we be able to get our business back up and running again?” Unfortunately, statistics show that 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen after being affected by a natural disaster.1
What you need to know about professional carpet cleaning
Nothing lifts the feel of cleanliness and tidiness like fresh new carpets or, failing that, professionally cleaned carpets. A professional carpet cleaning can revitalize your floors, removing odours and bringing them back to life.
Ice Damming – Prevention & How to Fix it
The colder months can cause havoc with our lives and our homes. Ice dams can damage your roof, ceiling, walls and even the contents of your home if it isn’t dealt with swiftly. We like a two-tier approach – work to prevent ice dams and act fast when they occur.
CRUCIAL HOME FIRE SAFETY TIPS
Statistics show that the leading causes of residential fires in Canada originate from cooking and smoking, as well as the failure to properly operate or maintain mechanical or electrical equipment.