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Making Your Mark

Alan Lewin, Managing Director of ServiceMaster Clean, emphasises the importance of acting quickly to remove graffiti and restore damaged property.

Commuters in Kent recently witnessed a graffiti tribute to the late Only Fools and Horses actor, Roger Lloyd-Pack, on the side of a train. While the sentiment may be welcomed by some, graffiti removal can be costly and can cause damage to decorative or delicate surfaces, draining local authority’s and other organisations resources.

Affected areas may also start to feel run down and appear threatening, creating a poor impression not only of the place but of the people living there. Some graffiti can be very offensive, threatening to groups or individuals or racially abusive. In such cases, it can cause alarm, harassment and distress.

Graffiti refers to any marking illegally made on walls and other surfaces. First observed in Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, it is taken from the Greek word graphien, which means ‘to write’. More recent forms of graffiti emerged from the subways of New York in the 1980s. Since then it has spread across the world, acquiring a culture of its own that includes codes of conduct, values and language.

Approved community graffiti projects can enhance certain environments, communicate important messages and deal with wider social problems, such as those caused by young people hanging around. Research shows that the public is more favourably disposed towards community projects and graffiti art — best known through street artist, Banksy. However, the Environmental Quality Survey of England (LEQSE) commissioned by Defra in 2001, found that graffiti stencils of the type used by Banksy are found at only 1% of sites.

Graffiti can be seen everywhere — in shopping centre facilities, on the walls and doors of commercial businesses, educational establishments, factories and healthcare organisations — and it is estimated that it costs the UK over Elbillion per year to clean up.

In a survey undertaken by Mon in 2003, graffiti was the third most important issue affecting local residents’ quality of life (21%). Graffiti can also encourage further anti-social behaviour including flyposting and the dumping of waste.

Act Fast
First impressions count in any business. Customers, clients, suppliers and staff expect premises to be kept in an immaculate condition, and an unsightly building could lead to a loss of business or a reduction in staff morale. When malicious damage, such as graffiti, is allowed to remain on a property and is not promptly removed, it invites more markings, especially if rival groups are ‘tagging’ property to establish territorial claims. This can be followed by further criminal activity, creating an environment that fosters a general fear of crime.

Experience has shown that dealing with damaged property quickly is the best way of preventing further malicious damage.

Using a damage management company is the best way to return back to ‘business as usual’.

Specialists can start putting the property back to pre-damaged condition, following not only malicious damage such as graffiti, but also other forms of unexpected building damage such as from flood, water or fire.

ServiceMaster Clean provides a specialist service, Restoration Response”‘ which guarantees a fast response within a few hours of an emergency to start getting the property back to its pre-damaged condition. Using specialist equipment and products, unwanted graffiti can be removed from all kinds of surfaces, including walls and signage. Common techniques for graffiti removal include painting, sanding, scraping, chemical graffiti removal, power washing, abrasive blasting and graffiti removal gel. You should always seek expert advice though, as using chemicals or a pressure washer to remove graffiti can damage surfaces further if not used correctly.

Registration to this service is free, so that if an unexpected emergency occurs, help can be quickly provided. Customers registered to the scheme are guaranteed on-site service within two to four hours of an emergency.

If the vandalism is severe and you need to contact your insurer, restoration experts will liaise with your insurance company, broker or loss adjuster, and will keep you informed every step of the way.
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DON’T ADD FUEL TO THE FIRE!
Alan Lewin, Managing Director of ServiceMaster Clean, explains why swift action is needed to restore buildings damaged by fire.

Fire threats are increasing, according to the Association of British Insurers, with the cost of the average fire claim for commercial fires doubling to £21,000 between 2002 and 2008. Open plan buildings, which allow for a more rapid spread of fire, and the increase in out-of-town developments, where fires can go on unnoticed for longer, are among factors contributing to the doubling of fire costs.
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September 2013 - New Best Practice Guidelines for Caring for Floor Coverings Launched By ServiceMaster Clean – As featured in FM News

A free guide to floor care has been launched by specialists in commercial cleaning and disaster  restoration, ServiceMaster Clean.
Figures from the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) estimate that 583,000 tonnes of flooring waste is produced each year, with the majority (71%) being carpet. More than 90% of this waste ends up in landfill, with less than 1% being recycled.

Alan Lewin, Managing Director at ServiceMaster Clean,says: This is a shocking statistic and one we all should think about when considering refurbishment or updating the look of facilities. Regular maintenance is a lot less costly than frequently replacing floor coverings. All too often carpeting, vinyl and other flooring is disposed of in favour of new materials when it becomes prematurely tired.

“The technology for protecting, sustaining and restoring the appearance of floor coverings that were previously considered beyond repair, has improved dramatically. Instead of tearing up damaged floor coverings, thereby consuming new materials, at ServiceMaster Clean we work with organisations to carry out full restoration, prolonging the life of materials that could take hundreds of years to break down in landfills.”  Whether you run a retail outlet, restaurant, care home, factory, or office building, investing in the cleanliness of your surroundings makes economic and environmental sense. Not only is it pivotal in the initial perception your clients and prospects make, but appropriate cleaning and treatment will also lengthen the serviceable life of your floor coverings.

The guide emphasises the importance of using fully qualified specialists. Too often, individuals without any specialist training are given the task of cleaning floor coverings which, given the scale of financial investment and reliance on the appearance of these items, is an alarming thought.

Different floor covering surfaces and fabrics have varied cleaning requirements and, if appropriate processes are not followed, this can do more harm than good when it comes to cleaning. Some vinyl floor surfaces may require deep scrubbing using a rotary machine and a suitable brush head to properly clean the floor. Other floors may benefit from having damaged seals removed and fresh coatings applied. Appropriate drying procedures also need to be considered, to ensure that materials dry out properly and don’t pose a health and safety risk.

Improvements in floor covering and upholstery manufacturing and materials mean that they should last longer and look better than ever if treated properly.  Simple and practical advice within the guide includes:

Reuse – Spare tiles or unfinished rolls of material could be reused on another project or returned to the supplier if a take back scheme is in place.

Storage – Designating a protected secure area for storage of materials can reduce waste from water and accidental damage.
Pollution prevention – this can help reduce damage to flooring and the office environment.

Recycle – Carpet tiles from less heavily trafficked areas can often be reused. Damaged carpet can be recycled into new carpet or the constituent materials such as nylon fibre, used for other products.  Ceramic tiles may be crushed and used in the manufacture of new tiles.

No matter how carefully carpets and floor coverings are maintained, there are sometimes unforeseen events which can cause extensive damage to the interior and exterior of buildings. Damage can be caused by anything from floods or other extreme weather conditions, escape of water, fallen trees, fire, or even malicious damage.

ServiceMaster Clean provides a specialist service, Restoration Response™ which guarantees fast response to a wide range of commercial organisations within a few hours of an emergency, to start putting the property back to pre-damage condition. Registration is free, so that if an unexpected disaster occurs businesses can be guaranteed a quick response within 2-4 hours of an emergency.

Professionally qualified contractors, trained in specialist restoration techniques to British Damage Management Association standards, will help you quickly return back to ‘business as usual.’

Simple measures like regular maintenance of flooring might seem insignificant when compared to more immediate green issues like shredding and recycling plastic for example. However, with such dramatic statistics, including the fact that only 1% of almost 600,000 tonnes of flooring waste is currently recycled, a small change to the way facilities managers maintain their premises can make a huge difference to what ends up in landfill. With ServiceMaster Clean as a specialist cleaning provider, organisations across the UK can not only enjoy cost savings and the kudos that comes with being operationally greener, but can also help make real inroads into growing that 1% into something greater!
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When disaster strikes, Restoration Response will be there
to get you back to business... FAST!

My name is Daniel McCarry and I am the Business Development Manager for Restoration Response. We're emergency cleaning specialists with national coverage, dealing with anything from floods, fires and vandalism through to end of tenancy/void cleans and graffiti clean up. Restoration Response can be on-site within 2 hours to get you back to business FAST.

Contact us TODAY, it's FREE to sign up and we will be there when you need us!

Just think of us as another essential emergency service, available 24/7/365!

Our Services Include:
Flood & Water Damage
Fire & Smoke Damage
Graffiti & Vandalism Clean-Up
Trauma Clean-Up
Infection Control

We can work directly with your business or in conjunction with your insurers to get you up and running as quickly as possible. For all your reactive cleaning needs, give us a call today.

Kind Regards

Daniel McCarry
Business Development Manager - Restoration Response
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One in five businesses are affected by a major incident each year and could face closure within eighteen months.

#businesscontinuity #businesscontinuityplan  

Loss of power or IT systems, dealing with staff shortages, transport disruptions, graffiti or vomit on exterior walls are just some of the issues faced by organisations across the UK. More serious disruptions can also happen, with government figures suggesting one in five businesses are affected each year by major mishaps, such as fire, flood, civil unrest or terrorist attacks.

The impact of a major event can be devastating. Evidence suggests that 80 per cent of businesses affected by a serious incident close down within 18 months. Following explosions at the Buncefield oil storage depot in 2005, the immediate effect of the resulting fire was that 16,000 employees within the adjacent Maylands industrial area were unable to get to work and 92 businesses were displaced for more than a week. Seventeen were forced to permanently relocate.

After 15 months, several businesses had failed and others were under severe pressure to survive, directly as a result of the fire. Overall, the explosion cost local businesses more than £70 million in lost stock, lost revenue and relocation expenses.

Flooding is becoming increasingly common, yet a survey conducted by Populus in 2006 revealed nearly half of the businesses spoken to had no plans to deal with the impact. The extensive  floods in 2007 affected over 7,000 businesses and the estimated total direct damage was around £3.1 billion.

Facilities managers should ensure plans are in place in advance to protect sites from a possible emergency, whether on a large or small scale. This will help minimise financial losses or restrictions to trading. Too many businesses are putting themselves and their employees at risk by failing to prepare for the worst case scenarios.

Whether the incident is as significant as a fire or minor deliberate damage to property, serious health and safety implications apply, but we can help minimise disruption to your business. We provide a national, emergency disaster support service, Restoration Response to put property back to pre-damage condition. Sign up is free and in 2-4 hours we’ll be there to help, delivering one of the fastest on site response times to an unexpected emergency, with the single goal of getting you back to business fast.

ServiceMaster Clean understand that the main priority for businesses is to continue their operations with minimal disruption. The key benefits of using a specialist service like Restoration  Response, are that there are no delays waiting for your insurers to appoint a supplier, whilst ensuring the restoration works are compatible with loss adjuster and insurer processes.

We’ve helped a wide variety of businesses and premises get back to normal business operations. Whether it’s working alongside leading universities to clean up after student revelry – letting off powder fire extinguishers is a favourite or cleaning up staircases after a night of excess – or helping a hairdressers after a toilet sewage disaster, ServiceMaster  Clean has the capabilities to handle a host of business calamities.

Analysing the Damage
Businesses affected by serious disasters should request that professionally qualified contractors are used for restoration and recovery. Experts will be able to restore carpet and upholstery, extract water, remove odour, dry and dehumidify buildings, remove spills, dry and recover documents, and offer any other related services that you may require.

So how do you know you can trust the company that you decide to use? Firstly you should look for a contractor which is a member of the British Damage Management Association (BDMA). This will indicate the provider adheres to professional standards of care and codes of practice, underpinned by technical and corporate training.

ServiceMaster Clean is a founder member and currently has more BDMA accredited senior technicians than any other company in the UK industry.

Time is of the Essence
Trying to sort out a building which has been damaged after a fire or flood is an unappealing task, causing cost and distress to the property owner or occupier. Acting quickly and using specialist disaster restoration expertise will help prevent further damage or deterioration and can save many valuable building contents. Even if damage looks severe, items can frequently be salvaged and restored.

It’s very important to begin the restoration process immediately as burning plastic, rubber or painted materials create poisonous fumes which, when mixed with water, can cause corrosion to metal surfaces within hours and also affect other surfaces if left untreated.

With water damage of any kind, fast action should be taken to dry your building as quickly as possible,  as water will penetrate rapidly and the humidity needs to be controlled to prevent secondary damage. If a structure is not dried out correctly, its moisture can become a source for dry rot, bacteria and growth of toxic mould, which itself becomes a health hazard.

International Dance Supplies is the UK’s largest wholesale dancewear supplier, providing dance teachers and dance shops with quality dancewear worldwide. In 2012, its headquarters,  based in Devon, were seriously damaged by water escaping from a mains water pipe connected to a hot water dispenser.

The water spread, saturating carpets and floors in the first floor open plan office area and travelling through the ceiling to the ground floor, bringing the ceiling tiles down with it.

Fortunately, the company had the foresight to pre-register with ServiceMaster Clean’s Restoration Response™ service,  as it is based in a part of the country known for heavy rain and floods. The company used the emergency helpline to call in their local branch of ServiceMaster Clean which has a team of professionally qualified contractors trained in specialist restoration techniques to British Damage Management Association standards.

This type of damage can have a large financial impact, with the Association of British Insurers reporting that escape of water claims cost £730 million in 2010, with the average claim cost for damage being around £2,000.

Depending upon the nature of the damage, ServiceMaster  Clean uses a range of equipment tailored to the restoration process. blackened, which soaks up the light. Access equipment such as scissor lifts, cherry pickers or scaffolding may also be required as well as extraction equipment and dehumidifiers. In this case, specialist drying equipment was used as an initial  containment measure, followed by the installation of a more advanced drying system involving tenting the affected areas for concentrated drying.

Prior to installing the advanced drying system at International Dance Supplies, all the affected carpets were uplifted for restoration, exposing the concrete beneath. A thick layer of adhesive was discovered on top of the concrete, which was removed so that it did not hinder the drying time, allowing the moisture to be released from the concrete.

For health and safety reasons, temporary traffic lanes were set up throughout the offices with warning signs so that the premises could remain open and business could continue as usual. Temporary entrance matting was laid until the restoration could be completed.

Allison Glanville, Business Administration Manager at International Dance Supplies, said: “After major water damage at our premises, ServiceMaster Clean was outstanding in the delivery of its Restoration Response service and in dealing with the situation. They were very mindful of our business needs, caring and very professional throughout the whole drying out process. I would not hesitate to call them again, should the need arise and I would certainly recommend them to others.”
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Floorcare in Education

#educationcleaning #educationrestoration  

After a summer of sleeping in and doing things at their own pace, students up and down the country will be headed back to or starting at schools, colleges and universities all over the country, as the autumn term begins.

Having large groups of people in one place makes hygiene in the educational sector critical, as germs can easily spread when people are in close proximity. And it’s not just students who use the facilities; schools and colleges are now increasingly open to the local community for sport and other recreational activities and evening classes, and need to be kept in pristine condition.

The majority of dirt, grit, oil or grease is carried in on shoes from the outside, so the amount of footfall will have an impact. Added to that is the autumnal weather, which brings with it the risk of muddy rain puddles and fallen leaves blowing into the building, causing floors to become dirty, unsightly and slippery.

From concrete corridors to wooden assembly hall floors, modern rubber sports halls to carpeted classrooms and offices, flooring can vary greatly from place to place within any school or college.

ServiceMaster Clean works with many different types of educational establishments, including primary, middle and secondary schools, colleges, universities and adult learning centres. They undertake the deep clean of halls of residence carpets before the new students move in, regular floor cleaning during term time, repair work to hard floors, stain removal or a restoration service after fire, flood or vandalism.

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A university’s expenditure on its estate is second only to institutional expenditure on staffing, so it’s imperative that appropriate floorcare is in place to help with the efficient and well-planned running of each building.

With the current economic climate and budget cuts in the educational sector, schools and colleges have to make sure that their flooring lasts for as long as possible. The right cleaning procedures and equipment can assist greatly in this aim- replacing floors is a lot more expensive than regular maintenance.

The technology for dealing with surfaces that were previously considered beyond repair has improved dramatically, demonstrating the cost effectiveness of using trained professionals. Instead of tearing up damaged floors, throwing upholstery out, and supplying and laying new materials, ServiceMaster Clean works with the education sector to carry out a full restoration.

Tailor the Treatment
The variety of flooring materials used in schools and colleges will have an influence on the type of cleaning equipment that is needed to treat each surface thoroughly and hygienically. Some surfaces are more delicate than others and operator knowledge is crucial to ensure that there is no damage to the floor. Always use qualified experts who have the expertise to use the right cleaning methods for a range of different surfaces such as marble, granite or limestone flooring.

Vinyl floor surfaces may require deep scrubbing using a rotary machine and a suitable brush head to properly clean the floor. Other floors may benefit from removing damaged seals and applying fresh coatings. Some parts of a carpet get greater use than others, like doorways, the area in front of chairs and the middle of stairs, so are likely to show signs of wear earlier. Spot cleaning can be used to remove specific spots or spills.

Safety
Longer working hours and extended opening times have resulted in a rise in the demand for ‘daytime’ cleaning at times when the building is occupied with people. This means that cleaning equipment needs to be easily transported from one location to another with minimum fuss.

Cordless battery-powered cleaning machines with no trailing leads should be used to lessen the chance of causing trips or falls.

Engine powered, truck-mounted, extraction carpet cleaning machines offer the best all round results in professional carpet and upholstery cleaning. These machines are 10 times more powerful than the largest portable industrial cleaning equipment and have the ability to leave floors clean, dry and ready to walk on in a short space of time.

Damage Management
Vandalism is an issue in schools, colleges and universities. According to the Daily Record, school vandalism in Scotland cost local authorities£2.3million in 2011. Damage within schools, colleges and universities can take a variety of forms, from graffiti on desks or smashing up school furniture, to gouging out walls and breaking windows, or even excrement and vomit on walls and floors.

We offer a damage management service designed specifically for the educational sector and work with a number of large universities on these issues. Whether the incident is as significant as fire and flood, or minor deliberate damage to property, serious health and safety implications apply, but we can help minimise disruption.

Our national, emergency disaster support service, Restoration Response™, puts property back to pre-damage condition. Sign up is free and in two to four hours we’ll be there to help, delivering one of the fastest on site response times to an unexpected emergency, with the single goal of getting you back to work fast.
 
To sign up now
Call 0845 055 6499
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After the Flood
#flooddamage #flooddamagecleanup #flooddamageservices #flooddamagerestoration #businesscontinuity #businesscontinuityservices  

Anna Riley, director of ServiceMaster Clean Portsmouth and Southampton, explains how businesses have been restored in the aftermath of recent heavy rains.

The last few months have seen UK coastlines battered by storms and thousands of properties flooded as a result of heavy rains. This has caused extensive damage to building structures, both commercial and residential, such as leaking roofs, burst pipes, flooded floors and tiles loosened by high winds.

ServiceMaster Clean Portsmouth and Southampton has been managing a significant dean-up operation for commercial organisations and residential properties in the areas in and around Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight. Businesses affected by serious disasters should request that professionally qualified contractors are used for restoration and recovery.

Experts will be able to restore carpet and upholstery, extract water, remove odour, dry and dehumidify buildings, remove spills, dry and recover documents, and offer any other related services. Even a small amount of water can cause all kinds of problems if left unchecked, so it makes sense to deal with the damage as soon as possible.
 
ServiceMaster Clean provides a specialist disaster recovery service, Restoration Response, to deal with incidents quickly, therefore keeping the damage and associated costs to a minimum.

Sign up is free and businesses can receive help within two to four hours at any time of the year. This quick response was welcomed by organisations in the south east of England, an area that experienced heavy rainfall just days before Christmas.
 
On the frontline

One of the largest universities in the region faced significant flooding of its facilities. It was vital that this educational establishment was operational by the start of the new year, when students returned from their festive break. It was also critical that the students’ well-being was not put at risk by health and safety hazards from the flooding.

Over the winter period, this particular region also saw an increase in demand for the disaster restoration service from pubs, as they are often situated near rivers or by the sea. In one Instance, restoration work was undertaken at a pub on the Isle of Wight which was flooded by water coming in from the sea. Water had saturated the pub garden and flowed through into the first floor of the pub, which was submerged under 2ft of water. All furniture had to be stripped out of the pub, to avoid being damaged further and to allow space for restoration work to be completed.

The furniture was taken to ServiceMaster Clean’s workshop, ready to be assessed and restored if possible.

The ground floor was subsequently sanitised to stop the spread of bacteria from potentially dirty water. Flood water can contain sewage, chemicals and animal waste, and there may be hazards in the water such as sharp objects. Waterproof outerwear including gloves, wellington boots and a face mask should always be worn for protection. Once water was pumped from the building, specialist drying equipment was used.

If materials and surfaces have failed to dry out correctly following water damage, moisture can become a source for dry rot, bacteria and growth of toxic mould. This can become a health hazard, releasing allergenic spores or toxic compounds into the air. The drying process can take up to five weeks, depending upon how serious the flooding is.

ServiceMaster Clean return to the premises every week to check whether the materials are dry Once this has been verified by their specially trained technicians, a drying certificate is then issued to the owner.
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Renewable Restoration

#sustainability #greencleaning #restoration  

Commitment to sustainability is permeating the business world globally. At its simplest, sustainability is a case of ensuring that your cleaning provider uses environmentally friendly products, processes and equipment, but the maximum benefits are derived by those organisations which take an integrated approach to environmental goals internally, and via its various external service providers.

A combination of environmentally focused building, service, and product design and innovation is, in our view, where the momentum behind sustainable processes is generated.

Green cleaning is one of the easiest and fastest ways for building managers to make their facilities healthier and safer for employees, not to mention their contribution to the overall environment, as well as lower operating costs. There are a number of other benefits such as it offering the ability to easily earn BREEAM® points in the process — so there’s really no excuse not to go green.

ServiceMaster Clean is committed to doing business the right way, and has developed the ‘Capture and Removal Cleaning System’. This unique approach to cleaning combines new equipment and technology with carefully researched cleaning processes, to deliver a higher quality cleaning service while helping our customers to do their bit in making the workplace more sustainable.

It’s not just about the way we clean though. We are seeing a growing trend for day-time cleaning, which reduces energy consumption, as it negates the from floods or other extreme weather conditions, escape of water, fallen trees, fire, or even malicious damage.

We provide a national, emergency disaster support service, Restoration Response to put property back to pre-damage condition. Sign up is free, giving you peace of mind that, in an unexpected emergency, we will be there within two to four hours to help, delivering one of the fastest onsite response times.

Wherever possible, ServiceMaster Clean works with organisations to carry out full restorations of damaged floor coverings, furniture and upholstery, saving materials from our landfills that could take hundreds of years to break down. The technology for protecting, sustaining and restoring the appearance of floor coverings and furniture that were previously considered beyond repair, has improved dramatically.

It’s no longer enough to just think about caring for our environment, we need to take action now to prevent greater damage in the future. Small changes to the way our customers maintain their premises can make a huge difference to what ends up in landfill. By using a specialist cleaning provider, businesses across the UK can not only enjoy cost savings and the kudos that comes with being operationally greener, but can also help make real inroads into reducing waste.

We need to keep buildings open for longer. In addition, one of our businesses in London is currently trialling the use of an electric bike, liveried in ServiceMaster Clean yellow, to travel to customer’s premises and reduce fuel consumption.

Sustainability is important, but it is not the only factor important to customers. Excellent service is crucial as well as value for money and these factors can work hand in hand; for instance, using the example of the electric bike, this also helps us to get across the city faster to service clients, whilst helping to keep costs down.

Restoration
Organisations can become more sustainable by making sure that floor coverings and upholstery last as long as possible. Regular maintenance is a lot less costly than replacing floor coverings and upholstered items frequently.

Figures from the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) estimate that 583,000tonnes of flooring waste is produced each year, with the majority (71%) being carpet. More than 90% of this flooring waste ends up in landfill, with less than 1% being recycled — all too often, carpeting, vinyl and other flooring is disposed of in favour of new coverings when it becomes prematurely tired.

No matter how carefully carpets and floor coverings are maintained, there are sometimes unforeseen events which can cause extensive damage to the interior and exterior of buildings. Damage can be caused by anything from floods or other extreme weather conditions, escape of water, fallen trees, fire, or even malicious damage.

We provide a national, emergency disaster support service, Restoration Response to put property back to pre-damage condition. Sign up is free, giving you peace of mind that, in an unexpected emergency, we will be there within two to four hours to help, delivering one of the fastest onsite response times. Wherever possible, ServiceMaster Clean works with organisations to carry out full restorations of damaged floor coverings, furniture and upholstery, saving materials from our landfills that could take hundreds of years to break down.

The technology for protecting, sustaining and restoring the appearance of floor coverings and furniture that were previously considered beyond repair, has improved dramatically. It’s no longer enough to just think about caring for our environment, we need to take action now to prevent greater damage in the future. Small changes to the way our customers maintain their premises can make a huge difference to what ends up in landfill.

By using a specialist cleaning provider, businesses across the UK can not only enjoy cost savings and the kudos that comes with being operationally greener, but can also help make real inroads into reducing waste.
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Our business is to keep yours running… That is why you can depend on ServiceMaster Restoration Response and Disaster Recovery for all your Business Continuity needs.
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