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We are a customer-oriented service provider who places a premium on the health and safety of our clients. That’s why we use only the latest equipment and most advanced cleaning methods to ensure that affected areas are thoroughly cleansed and the development of biological hazards like mold can be prevented.
For many years, our clients in Sheridan, Indiana, have been taking advantage of our many services — from mold and sewage backup remediation to fire and water damage restoration. We also provide trauma and biohazard cleanup services, contents restoration services, and commercial restoration services.
Our technicians are fully certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC). To protect the well-being of our clients, we always adhere to established standards set by government agencies and authoritative bodies from the restoration industry.
Should an accident or catastrophic natural disaster strike your home or business establishment, don’t think twice. Call Midwest Remediation immediately at 317-548-0107 so that we can quickly begin saving your personal belongings and start rebuilding your damaged property. You may also reach out to our team by sending a message through our contact page.
Sheridan is located in Adams Township in the state of Indiana. This small town of more than 2,800 residents is considered a gateway into the Hamilton County.
Like many of the towns in the area, Sheridan has a rich history. The town’s heritage is perhaps symbolized best by the Boxley Cabin, a log structure built by abolitionist George Boxley in 1830, which once provided refuge for runaway slaves and served as a school. It has been inscribed into the National Register of Historic Places.
While Sheridan has experienced commercial development especially during the boom years after the Second World War, the townsfolk are proud to have maintained the old character of its downtown area. Many buildings that were built there between the 1880s and 1930s still stand today.