From the initial water extraction and drying through the rest of the cleanup and repair, Steele Services uses top-of-the-line equipment to restore your property to dry and safe conditions.
Tennessee's storm season can create many opportunities for property damage - from hail to heavy rain to high winds. All of those weather events put your property at risk for water damage.
Steele Services has built over two decades of trust in the Nashville area because of our honesty, hardwork and the relationships we build with our clients. Find out why they would recommend Steele Services.
We are a family-owned and operated company, specializing in water damage restoration and insurance claims for both residential and commercial projects. We have over 20 years of experience in the emergency restoration service industry. We work directly with our customers and insurance companies to mitigate losses to property. Navigating water damage can be stressful. Allow Scott to walk through the process with you and explain each step to ensure that you get back to living normally as soon as possible. He will work with you and your insurance company, easing the burden on you and making sure you receive the full benefits your insurance should be covering. Our #1 goal is to prevent further loss to your home or business and to provide you with excellent quality workmanship.
October 15, 2020
Crawl spaces are areas of a home that are similar to a basement, but usually smaller. They are unfinished areas located below the ground floor of the home and are typically vented to the outside of the home. The two main benefits of a crawl space are cost effectiveness and (more)
September 15, 2020The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is a certification and standard-setting non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries. With a board of directors comprised of 15 industry leaders elected by the IICRC shareholders, the IICRC functions in over twenty-five countries to protect the interests of (more)
August 15, 2020
Simply airing out a room or pointing a fan at the floor will not properly dry out an area that has experienced flooding or water damage. Because of water’s fluid properties, it will seep through porous materials to other structures or behind baseboards and drywalls. When you’ve had a water (more)