ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons provides emergency Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration to homes and businesses in Chicago’s West Town Community.
During the 1900’s, hundreds of new European immigrants coming into Chicago settled in the neighborhood now known as West Town. Today, the area is home to a wide assortment of cultural communities. For a central Chicago neighborhood, West Town is a largely residential area, home to the working class as well as the wealthy. One thing all these residents have in common is a love of great food. No matter their ethnic background or income, all these West Town members will be cooking for themselves, their families and friends, or their community.
Unfortunately, all this cooking leads to a greater risk of house fires. In fact, cooking-related fires are one of the most common causes of residential fires and fire damage. It’s helpful to know safety tips when cooking, but if a fire happens to start, ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons will be there when the flames are out. We provide 24/7 emergency fire damage restoration services to all the West Town communities.
Our teams are trained in every aspect of fire & smoke restoration from salvaging personal belongings to full reconstruction. We provide complete soot removal and finalizing odor removal, and our technicians are professionals when it comes to stabilizing and removing dangerous after-fire chemicals.
Our fire damage restoration services for West Town always include:
- Emergency pre-cleaning to mitigate loss
- Contents salvaging and cleaning
- Pack out and storage
- Smoke, soot, and odor removal
- Total restoration and reconstruction services, when needed
If you have just experienced something as traumatic as a fire, or are dissatisfied with any previous damage restoration, just contact ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons for comprehensive fire damage restoration services in West Town. ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons also serves the fire damage repair needs of Noble Square, Wicker Park, River West, Logan Square, Bucktown, Humboldt Park, Goose Island, and Ukrainian Village.