20 October 2016
The number of basement floods are on the rise. Even if you haven’t had a flood, every home is at risk. The most common causes are heavy rainfall, burst pipes or a failed sump pump. No matter what the cause is, a flooded basement needs to be dealt with immediately to prevent long-term damage.
Here are some tips on what you can do right away to help stop further damage to your property and some guidelines on when it’s best to call in the professionals.
19 October 2016
Check out the article entitled “Clean and Complete” in the August issue of CFM&D Magazine. The article features ServiceMaster Clean and the benefits of the Capture and Removal Cleaning system for our customers and the environment.
15 September 2016
The spring season may be more associated with cleaning, but fall is actually the best time to schedule some cleaning tasks to prepare your facility for the winter months. Completing any of these five fall cleaning tasks will ensure your business is ready for holiday traffic and festivities.
17 August 2016
For the second year, ServiceMaster Clean was the Platinum Sponsor for the IFMA Toronto Chapter Golf Tournament!
22 July 2016
Check out the ServiceMaster Clean cover story entitled “A League Of Its Own” in the inaugural issue (May/June 2016) of Facility Cleaning & Maintenance Magazine.
24 May 2016
While water damage can be a serious enough issue on its own, it can lead to even greater issues if the damage is not dealt with properly. Water damage from flooding or from firefighting efforts can lead to the development of mold, which is dangerous and destructive indoors.
30 March 2016
Sharing spaces and not germs in the new collaborative workspace. Check out the ServiceMaster Clean article in CFM&D Magazine
15 March 2016
ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia is proud to be a sponsor of this great event.
29 February 2016
With water damage claims on the rise, we hear a lot of talk these days about the dangers of mold. Within 24 to 48 hours of water damage, mildew and mold can start growing on wood products, tiles, drywall, carpets, fabrics and other organic materials. Even worse, it will continue to grow until steps are taken to eliminate the source of moisture, and effectively deal with the problem.