Is Your Property Prepared for This Year’s Tornado Season?

Severe weather, flash flooding and tornadoes are predicted to strike across parts of the Midwest this week. Not only are tornadoes predicted this week, AccuWeather is reporting that there will be a nine percent increase in tornadoes this year. Don’t wait for warning sirens to sound, take these five steps to protect your home and […]

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Heating and House Fires: Access Disaster Restoration in Chicago, IL

Disaster restoration in Chicago, IL is one service option we provide at ServiceMaster DSI. Unfortunately, disasters, such as a house fire, affect the home. In the Chicago area, temperatures are still quite cold, which leads to the need for heat in the home. Many homeowners use portable heating systems—units that are known to cause fires […]

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Hurricane Preparedness Checklist for Homeowners

For the third day of Hurricane Preparedness Week, ServiceMaster DSI created a hurricane preparedness checklist for homeowners. Be Educated Stay informed with your local media Monitor weather reports and watch for incoming tropical storms. Educate yourself on hurricanes and the damage they can do. Read about hurricane categories here. Know where your gas/propane and water […]

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Are you Ready for a Tornado to Hit Your Property?

April 26, 2016 – It may not be fun to think about, but meteorologists in the area are predicating another severe thunderstorm to hit the Kansas City area again today, around 8 pm this evening. This storm is predicted to produce heavy rains, winds up to 70 mph, large hail, and has the potential to […]

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Fixing Disasters With ServiceMaster Recovery Management in Indianapolis, IN

Floods, tornadoes, winter storms, arson, terrorism, and many other horrible scenarios are all categorized as disasters requiring expert emergency damage restoration. Without immediate attention, the devastating effects of these disasters could worsen by the minute. But even with a swift response to the situation, a restoration project can easily go awry with inadequate or poor […]

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