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ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning & Restoration
Mike Vitti & Scott Fabrizio Look Forward to Serving You!

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Floodwater

Start of Hurricane Season

The 2019 hurricane season is here! The National Hurricane Center explains that 97% of all hurricanes occur between June 1st and November 30th. Protect your home by preparing before a water disaster strikes. What to Expect Predictions for the 2019 hurricane season are mostly average. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, “This outlook …

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Cleaning Up After a Sewage Spill

A severe sewage backup or overflow can be seriously hazardous to your health if you try to clean it up yourself. Sewage water is considered blackwater and is the most dangerous of all flood water types. Blackwater is defined as likely containing human or animal waste, unknown pathogens, and dangerous bacteria. It can make you …

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Flood Water Health Risks

When your home or business experiences a flood, it’s important to remember that not all floodwaters are the same. Depending on the source of the water, there can be any number of particulates or biohazards involved. ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning & Restoration Services of Westchester and Fairfield Counties is here to help you differentiate among flood …

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Storm Damage Recovery FAQ

During certain times of the year, residential and commercial properties are threatened by Northeast storm damages. The experts at ServiceMaster Superior Cleaning & Restoration Services are here to offer helpful answers to common questions related to storm damages and the restoration process. Whether it’s storms, hurricanes, floods, or other water damage, there are steps you …

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Man-Made Versus Natural Flood Damage

Floodwater contains more than just water. Biohazardous materials, chemicals, or diseases causing organisms and debris can all float around in floodwater at any given time. All categories of floodwater, no matter how severe, should be cleaned up quickly because sitting water gets more contaminated over time, increasing the health risk to you and your family. …

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