How clean is your carpet? All the places your shoes have been.

Posted on March 26, 2015.

Clean your carpets, because think of all the places your shoes have been There once was a man who lived in a zoo Who had a dream about eating his shoe. He woke up in fright in the middle of the night, To find his dream had come true. He wasn’t scared because of the … Continue Reading

Help prevent water damage in your basement this spring

Posted on March 10, 2015.

Each year basements flood across the Midwest when the mercury begins to rise. When this happens don’t be a victim of Water Damage, and follow this checklist to prevent most water damage issues.  Sump Pump: (Sump pumps don’t last forever be sure it is working properly) Make sure the pump is plugged in, upright, and … Continue Reading

Mild Winter For Us, But Not For All, Water Damage

Posted on February 28, 2015.

This winter has been a mild one for Minnesota, and we have not had to deal with the frigid cold temperatures, and snow like winters past. However, that is not the case for everyone this winter, especially for the east coast folk. They are approaching record breaking snow totals, and Boston, MA will most likely … Continue Reading

Carpet cleaning after Super Bowl tomfoolery

Posted on February 3, 2015.

Due to the misadventures of my Super Bowl party I get the privilege of taking advantage of our open carpet cleaning schedule these coming weeks, and if you are like me you can do the same! Depending on whom you were rooting for this last Super Bowl Sunday you were either completely devastated, extremely overjoyed. OR … Continue Reading

Introducing ServiceMaster’s New Marketing Guru

Posted on January 19, 2015.

  My name is Kyle Boucher. I was born and partially raised in North Dakota. I am the oldest of three brothers and one sister. When I was 12 my Mom and Dad moved the family to Jordan, Minnesota where I graduated in 2002, and where I still reside to this day. Over the years … Continue Reading

Fire Safety to Prevent a Lampoon’s Holiday

Posted on December 17, 2014.

Holiday Fire Safety Tips from ServiceMaster of Minneapolis and the surounding Twin Cities area. Holiday decorations are responsible for a surprising number of fires each year. Follow these tips to prevent a Lampoons holiday. Be sure to keep your holiday decorations several feet away from all heat sources. Fireplaces, heat vents, and space heaters can … Continue Reading

How to Stay Warm in MN Without Turning Up the Thermostat

Posted on December 2, 2014.

ServiceMaster of Minneapolis provides cleaning and damage restoration to the Twin Cities Area. We are a proud member of this community. Use a humidifier. Winter air is dry, and the lack of moisture in the air makes it feel even colder. Use a humidifier to make the air in your home feel warmer. Plus, your … Continue Reading

How to Fake a Clean House in a Pinch

Posted on November 19, 2014.

We are all about clean here at ServiceMaster, but everyone has panic moments when real clean is just not an option. Maybe you just got a text that from your in-laws. Surprise! They’ll be at your house in 30 minutes. Don’t panic! Your house doesn’t have to be clean. It just has to seem clean. … Continue Reading

Ice Dams- Cause and Prevention

Posted on November 13, 2014.

What Causes Ice Dams ServiceMaster™ proudly serves Minneapolis, St Paul, Burnsville, Eagan, Chaska, Shakopee, Hudson, Stillwater and surrounding areas. Every winter, ServiceMaster is flooded with calls concerning water damage caused by ice dams. Many homeowners are confused about what ice dams are and how they happen. Ice dams form through a melt-freeze process. First, warm … Continue Reading

Why You Should Test Your Home for Radon

Posted on November 7, 2014.

ServiceMaster proudly provides cleaning and restoration services to the Twin Cities and Stillwater area, including Minneapolis, St Paul, Burnsville, Eagan, St Louis Park, Chaska, Shakopee, Stillwater, and Hudson. 3 Reasons Not to Put Radon Testing Off Radon causes the highest number of cancer deaths after smoking. According to the EPA 21,000 Americans die of Radon … Continue Reading