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Now hiring!

November 11th, 2016 · 2 Comments

Due to recent business growth we have now have several part-time positions open. Wage will depend on experience. Mitigation technician – Do you like to tear things apart? Are you a team player? This could be a good job for you! We go into homes to cleanup after many unique disasters and our role varies […]

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Change how you put things into storage

January 8th, 2016 · No Comments

We all have things that we put in storage for various reasons: seasonal needs, future use, filing, keepsakes, etc.┬áIf you are getting ready to organize your attic, basement, garage or any room of your house here is one tip from the restoration pros who end up seeing more belongings ruined that could have been saved […]

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Tags: Cleaning · Fire Damage · Organize · Water Damage

Seasonal Homes and Winter Damage

March 12th, 2014 · No Comments

Do you have a seasonal home? Do you only visit it in the summer months? Did you turn off your water before you left last time? A lot of questions, but your answers could be the difference between a small mess to a large disaster. Across the region this winter has been colder than many […]

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Employee Training

December 9th, 2013 · No Comments

Here at ServiceMaster we strive to do things the best we can by focusing on quality training for our technicians. Weather it is a general house cleaning or drying the structure of a house after a water loss we have a strategic way of approaching each situation. When someone is hired we go through general […]

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Looking for a job?

September 25th, 2013 · No Comments

We are always looking for new ambitious employees to join our team. Wondering what a job with ServiceMaster consists of and what we expect? Read on to learn more. However, we will warn you that any job description for ServiceMaster is never completely inclusive of what we do and unique situations do come up and […]

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Fire at Trane

September 15th, 2013 · No Comments

ServiceMaster is a company that has many different franchises around the world. We are one of the smaller companies and we cover a large area over Clark and Jackson counties and the Tomah area, but when disaster strikes and more help is needed we offer help to other areas that are in need. Did you […]

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Negative Air

August 28th, 2013 · No Comments

In many situations the process of disaster restoration or remodeling can create dust and seem to make a larger mess than what was originally there. But through using the technique of negative air pressure in conjunction with containment barriers the amount of dust created can be contained and minimized. Our negative air system uses high-pressure […]

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Soda Blasting

August 20th, 2013 · No Comments

Today we are going to share with you how we clean up soot in hard to clean areas after a fire. Basements and attics often have floor or roof joists head and sometimes unfinished walls where the wall studs or concrete are visible and need to be cleaned. With many rough unfinished surfaces soda blasting […]

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Odor Removal: Hydroxyl Technology

July 10th, 2013 · No Comments

When trying to remove an unwanted odor there are many techniques that can be used to eliminate it. Typically the first step in odor removal is removing the source. The source of the odor could range from a burnt pan with food on the stove to wet carpet that has been sitting for while. But […]

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