Mike and Noel Zell have been keeping communities like Exton, West Chester, Newtown Square, Norristown, and Lansdale Pennsylvania clean since 1996. Mike bought into the ServiceMaster Clean franchise after working for another franchise location and learning the skills of the cleaning services and disaster restoration industry. Since then, we have become a family business, with parents Mike and Noel working alongside their children. Exton, Pennsylvania has been and remains our home and we take great pride in helping our community in times of crisis.
In addition to serving Exton, Pennsylvania, we are also always ready to serve our nation. After the tragic 2001 attack on the Pentagon, ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning & Restoration was called in to assist in the recovery and disaster restoration process. We are very proud of the fact that we were able to serve our nation in this time of need. From fire restoration to water removal, trauma cleanup and debris removal, we’ve seen almost everything including commonplace cleanings and unimaginable restorations.
ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning & Restoration is a licensed contractor. You can be sure that your home or business will receive services that meet the highest safety and quality standards during any disaster restoration process. Our technicians are the best of the best, IICRC certified (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification) in fire restoration, water removal, mold removal, carpet cleaning, and all other services that we offer. In addition, we have a Quality Restoration Vendor certification, which makes it easy for professionals in the insurance industry to recognize that we are a professional company committed to efficient, high quality work in restoration and cleaning.
Whatever the restoration or cleaning need, ServiceMaster Professional Cleaning & Restoration is there to serve. Let us be the voice of calm over the chaos of disaster, no matter how big or small the job may be. Call the professionals today.
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