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Welcome to ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia

ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia is not just a contracting or cleaning company, we are your Disaster Restoration and Cleaning Specialists.  Using the latest technologies our Institue of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certified (IICRC) technicians provide all emergency and repair services for damages caused by fire, wind, water, sewage, and mould.

In addition to providing repairs to your home, let the experts at ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia maintain the appearance of your business, home, boat or cottage with professional carpet and upholstery cleaning, interior and exterior washing and detailed cleaning.

ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia offers “Green Cleaning” which is as effective as traditional cleaning but is odourless and solvent-free. It’s the right thing for our customers and the environment

ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia has been serving Simcoe County for over 35 years and with our 2 locations we are strategically located with immediate access to all major highway routes. This enables our team to respond quickly to any emergency 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

 

 
 

WATER AND FLOOD DAMAGE

ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia 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 Midland/Orillia 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 Midland/Orillia. 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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During the water damage restoration process, do my belongings need to be moved away from the premise

Depending on the scope of work, your belongings and contents of your home may remain on location. In this case, we will take appropriate measures to securely cover and protect contents. Any construction related dust or dirt that occurs as a result of the work, would be addressed in the post-construction cleaning. For large restoration jobs, it is advisable to move all affected contents to a secure, climate-controlled facility in order to protect them and make room for construction. Be assured that our technicians are fully trained and will treat your possessions with the utmost care. Our Automated Inventory Control System tracks the status of your belongings from move out to move back. We will work with you and your Insurance Claims Representative to manage this process efficiently.

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What contents are not sent to storage?

Items not recommended or permitted for storage include: All items required to continue your business activities at a temporary location, cash and cheques, sensitive business documents or records, sensitive electronic data, checkbooks, company seals, valuable artworks or collections, flammables, weapons and ammunition.

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SEWAGE BACKUP IN MY BUSINESS: WHAT DO I DO?

SEWAGE BACKUP IN MY BUSINESS: WHAT DO I DO?

A backed-up, overflowing toilet or sink can be distressing enough for any commercial property owner or business, but when sewage is involved, it can turn into a potentially hazardous clean-up situation.

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HOW TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR WILDFIRE SEASON

HOW TO PREPARE YOUR HOME FOR WILDFIRE SEASON

Given the right conditions, wildfires can occur anywhere. Ensuring your home and property are prepared for fire can prevent injury and death to people and animals, plus it can limit the amount of damage and destruction a fire can cause to your property and that of your neighbours and community.

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ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia

425 Cranston Crescent
Box 704
Midland, ON,   L4R 4P4

147 Forestview Rd
Oro-Medonte, ON,   L3V 0R4

Tel: 855-922-8284
Email: claims@servicemastermo.com

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About Us

ServiceMaster of Midland/Orillia has become a leader in the disaster restoration industry. Our mission is to be the premier provider of professional restoration services to commercial and residential markets. We will accomplish this by developing a strong team who, through their commitmen

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Reducing Wildfire Risk Could Save $500 Billion In Future Losses

The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) recently released a report titled “National guide for wildland-urban-interface fires.”

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