Battle Creek Merges with Kalamazoo

Battle Creek Merges with Kalamazoo

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Battle Creek Merges with Kalamazoo

The owners, Mike and JoAnn Anthony, of ServiceMaster of Battle Creek recently decided to merge with the location here in Kalamazoo. The owners were looking forward to retirement, and they knew their customers would still be in great hands. ServiceMaster of Kalamazoo’s disaster restoration department has worked with the Battle Creek location for years. Now, we will be serving the area for commercial and residential cleaning as well. We are proud to extend our cleaning services to the Battle Creek area.

Customers are Happy

Although Mike and JoAnn retired, they continue to bridge gaps for us with existing customers when needed. Our customers are the top priority, and we assigned the existing Battle Creek customers with a project manager and scheduler in Kalamazoo, ensuring a smooth transition. We understand existing Battle Creek customers expect excellent service and quality, and we will meet those expectations.

Who do I Call to Schedule a Cleaning?

If you’re a Battle Creek customer, feel free to continue using the same phone number you are used to: 269.962.8870 or call 269.344.3600, either number will get you to a scheduler. We are delighted to show Battle Creek our best carpet cleaning work and much more. Call us today for a free estimate.

Amazing Owners

Mike and JoAnn have a great relationship with Tom Little. Their bond makes communication easy, which in turn, helps us continue giving high-quality cleaning services to our customers. Tom Little has been an owner since 1981, and he provides quality and care with every job, just like Mike and JoAnn. Expect for us to meet your highest expectations.

 

ServiceMaster is proud to be serving Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, and the surrounding areas since 1953!

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