Bordered by the Chicago River and Lake Michigan, The Loop is the central business district of Chicago. It’s the heart of the city and home to many commercial and municipal buildings, including City Hall, the Chicago Board of Trade, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. With major sources of water bordering the area, the Loop is especially susceptible to flooding and water damage.
For example, the Chicago flood in 1992 resulted from a damaged wall of a utility tunnel, which allowed almost 250 million gallons of water to flood buildings within the Chicago Loop. Though this has long been taken care of, it is important to acknowledge that the Windy City could easily transform into the wetlands, and we need to make sure you’re prepared.
Residents and business owners alike can count on ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons for expert water damage restoration in the Chicago Loop. We don't just deal in water removal but in full damage repair and restoration. Our services include:
• Initial damage assessment
• Complete water extraction
• Anti-microbial treatment to prevent the spread of illness or disease
• Air circulation, dehumidification, and testing to ensure complete restoration
• Cleaning and reconstruction services, if necessary
From your typical burst pipes to major flooding, we are well-equipped and ready to handle any water disaster. Our technicians are certified by the IICRC, so you can rest easy, knowing that you are working with certified professionals. The goal is to return your building and contents to their pre-loss condition, and we’ll be there fast! In most cases, we can be on the scene in 2-4 hours.
When you need water damage restoration in Chicago's Loop, don't think devastation. Think disaster restoration from ServiceMaster Restoration by Simons! Call ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons right away at 312-666-6260
ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons also provides water damage restoration in and around the area of The Loop, including New Eastside, West Loop, Printer's Row, South Loop, Michigan Boulevard District, River West, and Downtown Chicago.