ServiceMaster Clean of Clark and Jackson County

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About ServiceMaster Clean of Clark & Jackson County

ServiceMaster Clean of Clark & Jackson County services Tomah, Neillsville, and Black River Falls, WI.

ServiceMaster of Clark and Jackson County and Tomah area has been locally owned and operated by Dawn and Robert Tarcsay since 2002. We support residential homes and commercial businesses in the area with professional restoration and cleaning services.

Business Values

Professionalism:

We are committed to delivering the highest quality of service in aresponsive, professional and friendly manner.

Teamwork:

We work together to help people do their best every day with the goal of building proud and dynamic teams.

Trustworthy:

We are committed to acting with honesty and integrity at all times in all aspects of our business.

Mission Statement

We are committed to delivering the highest quality service and value possible to our customers. We will achieve this through a highly trained team of certified professionals working together for excellence using new and innovative products and services.

Customer satisfaction is our number one priority.

Contact ServiceMaster of Clark and Jackson County to see how our family can help your family.

News & Tips

Renter's Insurance- Why do I need it?
February 06, 2019

In our world of disaster restoration, we see the usefulness of insurance almost every day. We often are working with a homeowner’s insurance policy, but disasters do happen in rental properties as well. Tenants could save themselves a lot of headache and money by having a basic Renter’s Insurance policy.     Here are some […]

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Fire by Lightning: Myths & Facts
July 27, 2018

Lightning Myths & Facts It isn’t every day we walk into a fire disaster and find that the source was lightning, but it happens. In May of this year, on a Friday morning, lightning struck the ground about a quarter of a mile away from a house. It then traveled through the ground, reaching the […]

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