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Welcome to ServiceMaster of P.E.I.
Welcome to ServiceMaster Restore PEI
ServiceMaster Restore PEI is committed to providing every customer with peace of mind in their time of need, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Our team employs the latest techniques and equipment for disaster restoration and are experts in all aspects of water damage, fire and smoke damage, wind damage, carpet cleaning and structural restoration.
ServiceMaster Restore PEI has pledged itself to continuous improvement and delivering excellent service from start to satisfaction.
What are some safety concerns for mold in my home?
There are often health risks associated with finding mold in your home, including allergy-like respiratory symptoms, skin irritation, cold and flu symptoms, headaches, nausea and mold-induced asthma. It’s important to know the causes of the mold growth before it occurs, so you can work to avoid damage to both your health and your home.
Will turning up the heat help dry things out?
Not necessarily. Our trained technicians will adjust the temperature to its optimum setting for the proper drying conditions. Once set, do not change the setting or shut off the HVAC system; doing so may prolong the drying process.
BBQ SAFETY TIPS
While barbequing is a favourite summer past-time for many Canadians, along with it comes an increased risk of fire to your home and surrounding property. Follow these BBQ safety tips to prevent fire and smoke damage the next time you light up the grill.
ServiceMaster of P.E.I.
2 Grant Street
Charlottetown, PE, C1C 0H5
ServiceMaster Restore PEI is an Island owned franchise of a nationwide disaster restoration and cleaning company. For more than thirty years we have devoted our services to helping Islanders restore their homes after a disaster strikes. The company is owned by Kent Scales and employs ovRead More
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Alert Ready is a national service designed to deliver critical and potentially life-saving emergency alert messages to Canadians. Emergency alerts are distributed on radio, TV and now, most recently ,on compatible wireless devices to help ensure the public has the critical information they need in emergencies to take necessary precautions to protect themselves and their families.