Superior Disaster Services Ltd. began as Superior Cleaners of Peterborough in 1959 and was founded by Len & Wanda Martin. The company was originally located on Stewart Street and specialized in residential cleaning and carpet cleaning. The Martins retired in 1981, when their son, Andrew Martin, and Robert Webb purchased the company. As might be expected, Andrew grew up in the business, working there after school. Bob also started working with the company during his teen years and collectively, these partners represent more than 60 years’ experience.
Superior Restoration and Contracting
The specialized restoration division of Superior Disaster Services Ltd. From simple repairs to total structural rebuilds, we do it all!
The company’s divisions provide 24-hour emergency response services and look after distinct tasks. Superior Cleaners provides complete clean up after a loss , specializing building and contents drying, document drying, complete pack-outs of contents and storage, dry cleaning (clothing and draperies), vandalism and graffiti restoration, electronic cleaning and repairs, furniture refinishing, duct cleaning, deodorization and ozone processing and carpet cleaning.
The areas of expertise handled by Superior Restoration and Contracting include total structural repairs and replacement, complete painting and decorating, drywall repairs and replacement, carpet repairs and replacement, handicapped and barrier-free alterations, emergency board-up services (following events, such as break-and-enters and structural fires), roofing repairs and replacement, and demolition and debris removal.
Superior Disaster Services Ltd.
In 1995, Superior Cleaners and Superior Restoration and Contracting were amalgamated to form Superior Disaster Services Ltd. The company continued to grow over the years and have expanded their services to include mould remediation, oil spill losses and odour removal.
In 1959, when the company was formed, it employed two or three people. Today, it employs 30 +, including project managers, administration, crew and specialized IICRC certified technicians. It has grown from a small cleaning operation to a total cleaning, restoration and reconstruction company, which in the event of a catastrophic event, like the Peterborough floods of 2002 and 2004, can draw on the professional resources and equipment of neighbouring disaster service companies associated with Disaster Kleenup International (DKI) an association of over 40 of leading restoration companies in Canada.
The one thing that has never changed, is Superior Disaster Services Ltd.’s commitment to high standards of quality workmanship and customer satisfaction.