ServiceMaster by Singer was announced this week as part of a major expansion of the ServiceMaster Recovery Management (SRM) network. SRM is national leader in large-loss commercial disaster remediation and restoration.
The SRM expansion more than doubles the size of the network, from 9 to 21 approved providers nationwide. Applicants for the network had to meet stringent requirements involving experience in commercial loss recovery projects, equipment, staffing and capabilities.
“Achieving the SRM brand is a significant step for our company,” said Michael R. Singer, President of the company. “As part of the network, we will be called on for major commercial restoration projects throughout the country. These situations involve highly specialized skills, special equipment and experience. Every company in the network is well qualified to manage and perform large-loss restoration jobs.”
ServiceMaster by Singer is located in Baltimore, MD and has been in business for 18 years. The company is owned by Michael R. Singer, who has been in the restoration & construction industries for over 20 years. He’s a licensed contractor in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C., and holds a Triple Master Status with IICRC.
SRM is often called after catastrophic events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, fires, floods, earthquakes, and other similar disasters. The company is a single source for all necessary recovery services, including heavy equipment, generators, decontamination and engineering. They clean, remove water, eliminate smoke and other odors, and coordinate repairs so that facilities can reopen faster. Typical SRM customers include major industries, educational and healthcare facilities, worship centers, hotels and large office buildings.