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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 COVID19 Virus.  Please call us if we can be of service.

Tips on Saving Water and Saving Your Wallet


saving-money-webUsing excess water or having leaks can cost you hundreds of dollars a year in wasted water. A simple toilet leak can use 50 extra gallons of water a day, and a faucet leak can waste up to 5,000 gallons a year. We’ve got some tips for keeping that water bill down.

Saving Water Indoors

  • Think you might have a leak? Check by reading your water meter before and after a 2-hour period when water hasn’t been run in your home. If the reading isn’t exactly the same, you’ve got a leak.
  • If you’ve got a well-water system and the pump comes on when no one is using water, you have a leak.
  • Find out if the toilet is leaking by putting a few drops of food coloring into the toilet tank. If the color leaks into the bowl, replace the flapper.
  • Get those dripping faucets repaired. Usually it’s a simple matter of replacing worn washers. Check all the washers in the house and replace them all at once.
  • Replace “sticky” toilet handles.
  • Make sure the flapper ball in the tank seats correctly.
  • Don’t use the toilet as a wastebasket or ashtray. Avoid unnecessary flushing.
  • Install faucet aerators to slow the flow of water.
  • Rinse vegetables over a large bowl and reuse what would have gone down the drain to water plants.
  • Keep drinking water in the refrigerator to avoid letting water run until it gets cool enough to drink.
  • Defrost foods in the microwave instead of under running water.
  • Insulate water heater and water pipes. (65% of the water you use is hot water.)


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Baltimore County
Baltimore City
Howard County
Harford County
Carroll County
Anne Arundel County
Frederick County
Cecil County
Unfortunately disasters happen, and often times we are ill prepared. Rest assured that ServiceMaster of Baltimore is available 24/7/365 to provide certified, licensed restoration professionals onsite within hours of your initial call. No job is too big or too small. ServiceMaster of Baltimore has expertise and knowledge of the most innovative solutions in the industry. Our IICRC accredited field managers are specialists in water mitigation, fire restoration and clean-up, mold abatement and pack-out services. We are Marylandís most trusted name in cleaning and restoration services because our team will do everything possible to reduce your loss and preserve your property.
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