Educational Facility Disaster Restoration in Chicago

Nearly all Chicago, IL schools are out, and custodial services have moved in, cleaning every inch of the school to prepare for the fall rush. The last thing you want is a summer thunderstorm to cause water damage, or an accidental fire to start in the school. Unfortunately, summer can be a common time for these disasters to strike, which is why ServiceMaster Cleaning by Simons is here to help with educational facility disaster restoration.

Not many people realize how much damage occurs when an educational facility is hit with a disaster. However, with the amount of papers and confidential files in schools, it’s important to hire a company that will work with your privacy protocols to ensure the job is done respectfully and carefully.

Our team offers drying services for documents, as well as dehumidification and water extraction for the building. We also offer electronics restoration and data and document recovery for important documents and electronic data. Some of the other services we offer for schools include building stabilization, controlled renovation, emergency power services, fine art and antiques restoration, and soot, smoke and odor removal.

It’s also important for your restoration team to have experience in similar situations. We have worked in specialized environments such as cafeterias, classrooms, school offices, gyms and more, and have the expertise to handle disasters that hit educational facilities in Chicago, IL. From emergency power services to reconstruction services, our technology and processes are always updated to serve you better.

If there’s any positives to school disasters in the summer, it’s the fact that children are more out of harm’s way. However, it doesn’t take away from the fact that the school needs to be ready again in the fall when school begins. You can be sure that ServiceMaster Cleaning by Simons can handle even the toughest and worst school disaster situation in Chicago, IL and surrounding areas. Contact us today to learn more. 

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