24-hour Emergency Services 
RI - 401-322-3030 
CT - 860-455-1249 

Proudly serving Washington, Bristol, Kent and Newport counties, Rhode Island
Middlesex, New London, Tolland & Windham Counties, Connecticut and Hartford County (east of the river)

Proudly serving Washington, Bristol, Kent and Newport counties, Rhode Island
Middlesex, New London, Tolland & Windham Counties, Connecticut and Hartford County (east of the river)

24-hour Emergency Services 

RI - 401-322-3030 

CT - 860-455-1249 

24-hour Emergency Services 
RI - 401-322-3030 
CT - 860-455-1249 

Proudly serving Washington, Bristol, Kent and Newport counties, Rhode Island
Middlesex, New London, Tolland, Windham, Connecticut, and Hartford County (east of the river)

Water Damage & Mold Westerly RI

Mold can begin to grow as soon as 24-hours after water damage has occurred. And when a hot water heater broke at a Westerly, Rhode Island property, the excess water and steam caused not only extensive water damage in the basement crawl space, but mold as well. Our professional technicians were ready to tackle both issues in this side-by-side duplex, performing demolition on the subfloor and walls to remove drywall, insulation and a vapor barrier, and hauled away affected debris including the old water heater. They provided heaters and temporary electric, HEPA vacuumed

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Tenant Turnover & Housewide Cleaning is Our Specialty!

Whether you're the homeowner, landlord, or tenant, today's busy lifestyles leave little time for heavier cleaning chores in your home or property. Let the professionals at ServiceMaster By Mason tackle the unique cleaning chores to clean your property from top to bottom! Whether your home needs detailed cleaning, or you need to prepare a residential or commercial property for a new tenant, or remove finite dirt and dust from construction, we can customize cleaning services to meet your needs. We can help with:

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Energy Savings with Air Duct Cleaning

The everyday activities in your building naturally produce contaminants, such as dander, dust and chemicals. These pollutants require an HVAC system to work harder to heat and cool a facility. Pollutants are pulled into the HVAC system and re-circulated an average of 5 to 7 times per day. Over time, this recirculation causes a build-up of pollutants in the duct work. Removing these pollutants allows the HVAC system to work more efficiently and result in improved cost-effectiveness.* 

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ServiceMaster in the Community

ServiceMaster by Mason has been a supporter of local youth sports organizations for over 15 years.  Starting out as a young family and business in the community, the Masons saw the importance of youth sports leagues for children and families.  They have four children that all participated in at least four different recreational sports, either by playing, coaching, or volunteering in some other way.  These types of organizations bring young people and communities at large, together, and promote the same family values that ServiceMaster by Mason keep as business building blocks.

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Living in the Matunuck Schoolhouse

Four years ago, we introduced you to Richard and Kristin Schwab, two academics at the University of Connecticut who serendipitously made the former Matunuck Schoolhouse their home. The couple had long term plans to reinvent parts of the 1904 schoolhouse both inside and out. In the winter of 2012, those plans took an unexpected turn when the Schwabs came home only to find burst pipes, a flooded basement, unsalvageable ceilings and walls and a severely damaged kitchen. “It was a nightmare,” Richard says bluntly. “It was awful at first but, then… we might as well embrace it,” reflects Kristin, conceding that while there were home improvement plans on the horizon, the couple had no intentions of doing them so quickly. The couple’s insurer had a disaster team, Westerly-based ServiceMaster by Mason, in place right away. The team spent nine hours bailing out water and tearing out water-soaked ceilings and walls. When the couple had a blank – but finally dry – slate, they took inventory of everything that needed to be replaced, and things they wanted to replace. “We decided to bite the bullet and make the kitchen of our dreams,” says Richard. “It was a 1980s kitchen, but they had done it nicely,” explains Kristin. “That’s why we were reluctant to do it [initially].”

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