Stillwater Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration

Call (952) 445-5233 for emergency service 24/7/365

A fire disaster is scary and devastating enough, but Stillwater fire and smoke damage often continues after the fire is extinguished. Because fire causes complex chemical reactions, items can become unsalvageable within just a few days, making quick and appropriate action critical to minimizing costs and disruption to your life and business. After 911 has been called and the immediate danger has passed, make sure your very next call is to the professional fire and smoke damage Stillwater technicians at ServiceMaster Clean® who are specifically trained to use advanced products, procedures and equipment. Our crew draws on more than 50 years of experience to fight Stillwater fire and smoke damage and effectively clean and salvage your property and furnishings. Our customers are often shocked at the seemingly endless details involved in restoring property after Stillwater fire and smoke damage – but they’re also thrilled with ServiceMaster Clean’s powerful management of every task, from packing and storing belongings to general contracting, to retrieving electronic data. Be confident knowing that the experienced crew from ServiceMaster Clean is on the scene.

Our Fire and Smoke Damage Stillwater by ServiceMaster Clean services include:

  • Emergency pre-cleaning
  • Deodorizing/odor removal
  • HVAC duct cleaning
  • Structure cleaning
  • Content cleaning
  • Packing and storage service of all building contents
  • Electronic equipment restoration
  • Data and document recovery
  • Furniture refinishing
  • Antique and fine art restoration
  • Carpet, rug and upholstery cleaning
  • Restoration laundry and dry cleaning
  • General contracting services of the necessary trades to repair your home or business, i.e. electrical and plumbing.

Some services may be subcontracted.

City: 
Stillwater MN

IF YOU HAVE AN EMERGENCY:

Call (651) 430-0007
or
(715) 386-9462

Our team is ready to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.