Serving Minneapolis | St Cloud | Hutchinson | Marshall | Willmar, MN | & Surrounding Areas
When a major disaster such as a fire, flood, storm, or accident causes significant damage to a home or building, it is often left unstable or exposed which makes it vulnerable for further damage. After any disaster, board-up services are a critical first step in mitigating a loss. ServiceMaster Professional Services provides emergency board-up services for Minneapolis, MN to secure homes and buildings that have sustained heavy damage in a disaster. We have the experience to properly secure your property after a fire, vandalism, or storm and we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide emergency assistance.
The technicians of ServiceMaster Professional Services have the training and experience to effectively board-up homes and buildings that are left exposed or unstable following a disaster. All house board-up assignments are completed by an experienced carpenter who knows how to protect your property without causing damage to your home. You can trust our emergency board-up staff to respond as quickly as possible and achieve the following:
Enclosure of holes and openings to secure the building
Temporary enclosure of heavily damaged buildings
Repair or tarping of damaged roof
Our technicians are trained to provide board-up services to small homes as well as large commercial buildings and our emergency board-up staff will respond as quickly as possible day or night. The board-up services we provide include the following:
Board-ups for doors and windows
Board-ups for residential and commercial buildings
If your home or building is left unstable following a major disaster, do not hesitate and call ServiceMaster Professional Services for our emergency board-up services in Minneapolis, MN. It is important to act quickly to make sure your home or building is secured after a disaster. We can be reached 24 hours a day online or by phone at 800-245-4622.
Service Master was there fairly quickly after we called. As I was not sure how things like this went, I was somewhat confused as to what they were doing at times and I think they needed to communicate better, especially the first day when you are so emotional about your loss,etc. An example is when they started tearing up all the flooring and just bits and pieces of it in different rooms. I knew the dining and kitchen area needed to be redone and basement, but when they ripped up the linoleum in a couple spots in the bathroom, I did not know why. And so now, we have to redo the floor in the bathroom too. Was it necessary to do that? I stopped them from doing it to my bedrooms as there was minimal damage in those areas. They also called my husband and told them they would be arriving one day at 11 but did not say why and he didn't ask. ( I then made them change the contact number to mine. Anyway, a crew came out to move things. I did not understand what they were moving and to where. The head guy explained that they were taking stuff to a pod (which we deferred) and would take it and clean it. We had nothing for them to do or clean so it was unnecessary for them to come out. We did a lot of stuff on our own. Since they were there, we had them help us get a loveseat and couch out from the basement. They simply quit trying with the couch as they said it was impossible to get this out. 2 minutes after they left, my son and I had the couch out in the garage. I have a feeling you charge for every single little thing so I hope I am not charged for taking out that furniture because they didn't. Nick called everyday prior to him or someone else coming over to check the dryness and move fans or take fans. Overall, I was satisfied with the service. I just think better communication initially would have been good. Its a very hard and emotional thing to go through when your house and belongings get damaged, especially when it was all just remodeled! But overall, I believe everyone who came out knew what they were doing and were nice.