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Welcome to ServiceMaster of Moncton

ServiceMaster of Moncton has been providing cleaning and restoration services to the greater Moncton and surrounding areas including Sackville to Salisbury as well as Shediac to Bouctouche for over 46 years.

Our highly trained and certified technicians use the latest techniques and equipment and are prepared to handle any emergency 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Honesty, respect and understanding are at the core of what we are and how we operate.  So whether, you want us to clean your carpet, upholstery or the whole house, or if you require any emergency restoration services due to water damage or fire damage at your home or business, our service is prompt and the work is done to your satisfaction.  There is always a live person to take your call. 

WATER AND FLOOD DAMAGE

ServiceMaster of Moncton 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 of Moncton 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 of Moncton. 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 of my home during the restoration process?

Depending on the extent of damage, your insurance representative can help you answer this question. Ultimately, however, this is a decision you must reach on your own. 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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Who is responsible for paying for the service?

As the commercial property owner, you are responsible for payment and will need to sign a form authorizing payment for the restoration services. If this is an insurance claim, ServiceMaster Restore generally collects only the deductible (co-payment) amount from you and bills the balance to your insurance provider as a service to you. If you have a large loss, your mortgage company may be included as a payee on the payment from your insurance company, and you may need to obtain a signature from them as well. If your claim is not covered by insurance or you decide not to file a claim, you will be expected to pay in full. A payment schedule may be agreed upon prior to the start of any non-insured work.

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Blog

What to Do When Your Basement Floods

What to Do When Your Basement Floods

Whether a basement flood is caused by a broken pipe, a failed sump pump or the result of extreme weather conditions, it needs to be dealt with immediately to prevent long-term and costly water damage to your home and property.

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How to Prevent Spring Water Damage

How to Prevent Spring Water Damage

As the saying goes, it’s April showers that bring May flowers. In Canada, our Spring season is notorious for unpredictable weather and storms which is why it’s peak season for water damage.

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ServiceMaster of Moncton

140 Halifax Street
Moncton, NB,   E1C 9S2

Tel: 506-800-9503
Email: troy.adams@svmrestore.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 of Moncton is locally owned and operated and has been providing cleaning and restoration services since 1972. Walter Adams began with ServiceMaster in 1972 in Hamilton, Ontario, before moving back and starting ServiceMaster in Moncto

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ServiceMaster Restore Expands Curling Canada Sponsorship Commitment

Curling Canada announced a condensed series of championship events in 2021 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at WinSport’s Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.

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