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SRM: Who We Serve

ServiceMaster DSI provides disaster restoration to commercial facilities including schools, hospitals, government buildings, and much more.

As part of the SRM network, ServiceMaster DSI provides emergency recovery services to a wide variety of commercial facilities ranging from small businesses to larger multi-level properties. When the unexpected happens, the SRM team will gather their best to provide exceptional restoration and cleanup—every time. Regardless of the type of businesses or the degree of damage, we’re there to help you every step of the way, until you can safely return to business.

Our primary goal is to get your business back to normal in the aftermath of flooding, fire damage, storm damage, trauma, or any other catastrophe. Below is the list of industries we have been serving for decades:

Educational Institutions
ServiceMaster DSI has specialized training vital to the restoration of educational institutions. Our team will use the most advanced equipment and procedures to restore student residence halls, classrooms, hallways, laboratories and research centers, stadiums and arenas, and especially document-sensitive areas such as libraries and administrative offices.

Government Facilities
The SRM network has successfully worked with government facilities to restore highly sensitive areas, including the Pentagon after the 9/11 crisis. Our content restoration services have and will continue to provide fast recovery of electronics, documents, and vital records as needed. Every one of our team members will arrive onsite with the proper security clearances and provide the necessary background checks to ensure your trust.

Healthcare Facilities
If there is one industry that needs to remain open for business during a disaster, it’s healthcare. It is crucial for hospitals to continue to run, especially with major natural disasters that could cause hundreds of people to seek medical attention. With SRM’s wealth of resources, we can ensure the cleanliness and sanitation of operating rooms, laboratories, waiting areas, and clean rooms. Regardless of the severity of the event, we can provide generators, water, and fuel to keep hospitals and clinics running with limited interruption.

While healthcare facilities, government buildings, and educational institutions are some of the larger types of commercial businesses we serve, we also provide the best in disaster restoration to the following industries:

  • High Rise Office Spaces
  • Hospitality Facilities
  • Manufacturing
  • Military
  • Multi-family Dwellings
  • Places of Worship
  • Retail Spaces
  • Telecommunication

If your business has suffered the effects of a major disaster, don’t hesitate to call ServiceMaster DSI on our emergency hotline: 1.800.954.9444. We will quickly get a team out there to assess the situation and immediately begin any restoration and cleanup needed to get your business back on track.

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