We at ServiceMaster of Baltimore would like to share information to help you enhance preventive protocols for your office.
We also want you to know that we are qualified and equipped with the required protocols and can perform precautionary and post exposure cleaning for the COVID-19 Virus. Please call us if we can be of service.
Whenever you have a sewage backup, it can result in severe damage and expensive repairs, as well as an overall smelly situation for you. Fortunately, there are warning signs you can detect that can help you prevent a sewage problem… Read More
All homeowners have to be wary of all of the hazards to their homes. Water damage is a recurring problem among homeowners, being one of the most common hazards that can impact a person’s residence. No one likes to think… Read More
Any basement could get flooded. While not the most reassuring information, it is information that should be known. There are homeowners who think that their basements aren’t at risk of flooding because they live in an area with little rainfall…. Read More
Keep It Dry & Ventilated Keeping your bathroom dry may seem like the most obvious way to prevent water damage from happening, and it’s the most effective one too! Water damage can’t happen when there isn’t any water present. Therefore,… Read More
Spring is here, which means your home will have to deal with a good amount of rain. While you might not mind the shift in weather, it can be particularly damaging to your home if it hasn’t been maintained properly…. Read More
When you own a home, one of the most important things to do is to keep it well-maintained and in good condition. One of the best ways you can protect your home is by making sure water damage doesn’t happen… Read More
Most homeowners will find themselves dealing with the effects of water damage at some point in their lives. While frustrating and expensive, water damage, particularly in the bathroom, is highly common. As pipes and plumbing systems suffer from wear, they… Read More
We are at the beginning of December, which means we are a few weeks from the official start of winter. The winter season brings frigid temperatures and the potential for heavy snowfall. The increase of inclement weather also enhances the… Read More
We are in the middle of October which means there will be an increase in rain and snow coming our way. If you do not prepare and care for your home properly, water can seep in and cause serious water… Read More