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Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore of Markham/Unionville

Experience the ServiceMaster of Markham Difference in Property Restoration.

Restoration services with experience, quality and trust.

You can count on our award-winning team to restore your peace of mind after property damage from disasters that affect your home or business. 

We are one of the largest disaster restoration companies in the Greater Toronto Area. Our team of professionals have the knowledge, expertise and dedication to provide the finest quality property restoration services.

ServiceMaster of Markham was purchased by the Cranks in 1992 following many years of experience as custom home builders and renovators.  As the years have gone by, the Cranks have committed themselves to making a difference in other people’s lives, maintaining a high degree of quality in everything that they do and investing in their people.  This is what sets ServiceMaster of Markham apart from the rest when it comes to exceptional restoration services.

ServiceMaster of Markham’s commitment to quality and service has been honored with many prestigious awards.

We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to help you get your peace of mind back! We have been proudly servicing the GTA and all of York Region for 25 years.

 

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 to move my business out of my commercial property during the fire restoration process?

Depending on the extent of damage from the fire, this is ultimately your decision. Some things you may want to consider are safety concerns, odours, electricity, and disruption to your business as a result of the equipment, work and noise that may be necessary to complete the restoration process. If vacating your premises during the process, consider informing all customers and associates; forwarding your mail to your temporary location; stopping or redirecting pickups and deliveries; and notifying all utility companies, of the temporary suspension of services to your usual business location during the restoration process.

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Smoke Alarm Safety Tips

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 Restore of Markham/Unionville

44 Riviera Drive
Markham, ON,   L3R 5M1

Tel: 289-807-3392
Email: claims@smmarkham.com

About Us

When you choose ServiceMaster of Markham for your property restoration needs you can feel confident that we are the right call to make in a bad situation.  Here are just some of the reasons that we are able to deliver excellence:

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