ServiceMaster Restore of Fraser Valley is a full service restoration company. No matter what the property damage - fire, smoke, water, wind, structural, or bio-hazard - we have the expertise, experience, equipment and facilities to get the job done. We are always on-call, ready to serve you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
We have assembled a team of skilled disaster restoration professionals with both the experience and technical ability to complete any restoration project. Our project managers and technicians are thoroughly trained and IICRC certified, fully prepared to respond well to any emergency and type of property damage.
Property damage can be difficult and stressful for those affected. That is why our goal is to restore peace of mind for each one we serve. To accomplish this, we have implemented the MasterMoments customer service initiative. As part of this plan, we focus on making each contact we have with you a positive experience.
ServiceMaster Restore of Fraser Valley responds quickly in emergency situations in Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge, Langley and Hope. Clearly, the faster we are able to attend to the emergency and begin the restorative process, the faster you can see that things are under control and will eventually be made right again.
We also take our commitment to environmental stewardship seriously and have developed specific principles to guide us in serving you. ServiceMaster has developed GoGreen products and systems to help provide a healthy environment where we can all work and live safely.
Strong communication, quick response, a positive attitude and a solid plan of action are the key components to restoring your property and your peace of mind.
Is Your Area Vulnerable To Wildfires?
Knowing if your area is vulnerable to wildfires, and where and how they are likely to start in your region, can help you be better prepared.
What You Should Know About Wildfires in Canada
According to Natural Resources Canada, over the past 25 years an average of 7,300 forest fires occurred annually across the country. The total area burned varied but is estimated to be 2.5 million hectares per year—nearly half the size of Nova Scotia.