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Midwest Restoration adheres to a wide range of industry and government standards and procedures, including those from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH).
Our services range from mold and sewage backup remediation to fire and water damage restoration. We also handle trauma and biohazard cleanup, contents restoration, and restoration of commercial spaces.
If you need to get debris and waste material cleaned up or require remediation and reconstruction of residual damage in your property in the aftermath of a disaster, don’t delay. We provide 24-hour emergency response services to all clients living in Cicero, Indiana, and other communities within our service area. It doesn’t matter if a disaster strikes at noon or in the small hours of the morning, we’re always prepared to lend a hand.
Please call us at 317-548-0107 or send us message through our contact page to get in touch with our team of experts.
Located in Hamilton County’s Jackson Township, at the north end of the Morse Lake in the state of Indiana, Cicero is a small town of more than 4,900 residents.
Cicero’s history began in 1834, when its first settlers platted the new town. It was named after the Cicero Creek, which feeds a watershed in central Indiana.
One of Cicero’s foremost symbols is the Red Bridge, which was first built in 1838 and converted to a covered bridge in 1870. This was torn down in the 1950s to make way for the building of the Morse Reservoir. The construction of the reservoir was another important milestone in the town’s history.
In 2009, Cicero celebrated its 175th anniversary.