The Restoration Difference: Fire and Water Damage Restoration in Kansas City, MO

ServiceMaster DSI offers all-inclusive restoration services in Kansas City, from removal to repair to reconstruction.

There are a lot of companies that claim to do what we do. For commercial buildings, there is no better choice than to call ServiceMaster DSI for fire and water damage restoration in Kansas City, MO. Why? Because we see the project through from beginning to end. Let’s take a look at our water damage restoration process to explain exactly what we mean.

 

Water Removal

The process obviously begins with extracting the water from your building. This can include inventory, pack out, and storage of your items and transportation to a safe, secure storage facility. Many companies do not offer this service and focus solely on the building, not necessarily its contents.

 

Dehumidification

It’s important to remove all the moisture from your building, including that which is hiding behind walls and trapped within furniture. By using industrial strength dehumidifiers, we can pull moisture from wherever it is located and slam the door shut on mold growth in your commercial facility.

 

Water Damage Repair

Once all of the water has been removed, we can begin to reconstruct your building and return your facility to normal. We handle all of the reconstruction services so that you can rest easy with one point of contact while your building is repaired. Your building won’t be left in shambles; drywall will be replaced, as well as fixtures, and flooring is restored.

 

We offer the same complete services across the board. From fire restoration to mold remediation, we make sure your building is thoroughly repaired, restored, and ready to be used.

 

ServiceMaster DSI serves the disaster restoration needs of Kansas City, North Kansas City, and St. Joseph, MO and Overland Park, KS. As a SRM (ServiceMaster Recovery Management) business, we are equipped to handle the biggest commercial losses across the Midwest. When disaster strikes, don’t panic; just call ServiceMaster DSI.

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