ServiceMaster By Simons

Chicago, Oak Park & North Shore

Hyde Park Water Damage Restoration

ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons provides emergency Water Damage Restoration Services to homes and businesses in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood.

Hyde Park is a hotspot for those who love culture and diversity, but did you know that it used to be a rather unpleasant spot on the map? Back in the 1850s, Paul Cornell bought 300 acres of land around the area of Chicago. It was a marshy swamp, one that people tended to avoid, but Cornell saw potential. He knew that he could do a lot with what he had. Because of this determination and sense of purpose, Hyde Park became what many people call home today.

Hyde Park used to be a marshy swamp, but your home doesn’t have to to carry any remnants of that past. There may not be lakes or ponds on your property now, but that doesn’t mean water can’t encroach on your space. Floods, burst pipes, and other accidents can bring water damage into your home. You need someone to provide water damage restoration and clean up the mess that comes with these occurrences. ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons offers assistance with air circulation, water extraction, and more through our water damage restoration services in Hyde Park and the surrounding areas.  Call 773-376-1110 now!

At ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons, our goal is bringing your property back to its pre-loss state. Using our experience as a guide, you can expect the following services:

  • Full water extraction
  • Anti-microbial treatment
  • Damage assessment
  • Drying: area dehumidification
  • Drying: observation and testing
  • Drying: air circulation

We take your calls every day of the week, no matter the hour or the holiday. Our speedy response time saves you from losing sleep at night and worrying about money. We’re proud of our certified technicians, and we know they can meet your needs. Contact ServiceMaster Restoration By Simons for water damage restoration services in Chicago’s Hyde Park. We also provide water damage restoration in East Hyde Park, Kenwood, and on the University of Chicago campus.