Royal Oak Restoration
Maxwell Building Services proudly serves all of Royal Oak for all of your Royal Oak Restoration needs!
WATER DAMAGE IN ROYAL OAK
We offer on-site specialty cleaning and restoration of water damage in Royal Oak and surrounding community. When you need water extraction, it should be done properly. Our licensed and trained techs ensure that floods are handled properly.
Where there is water, there is an environment for mold to prosper, whether it’s a roof leak, flooded basement, or a water back-up. Water damage not handled properly will certainly lead to more costly repairs down the road.
ROYAL OAK FIRE | SMOKE
DAMAGE & RE-CONSTRUCTION
Maxwell does fire, water, and smoke damage restoration, as well as re-construction. This makes us your one stop shop for when disaster strikes.
From tarps and board ups, to temporary structural supports, Maxwell will make sure that your damage is handled quick and effectively.
WIND & STORM
DAMAGE IN ROYAL OAK
We are masters at storm damage repair. Any damage caused by high winds, hail, tornadoes, or heavy snow, Maxwell can repair. From fallen trees, to ice dams, to roof repair, we do it all.
ROYAL OAK MOLD
Do you need mold remediation? Are you aware of the dangers of mold in your home? Maxwell is an expert in proper mold removal and remediation. Don’t leave mold unattended, as it will tend to grow even more and make things even worse.
“This all started with a frozen pipe in my kitchen. AAA referred this company to me. I gave them 5 stars as they did an excellent job. Everyone working for the company was knowledgeable and professional. Joe G., the supervisor on the job made sure the work was done correctly and completed in a timely manner and to my satisfaction. I have no complaints and would not hesitate referring Maxwell Building Services to anyone.”
Frozen Pipe Burst
Fun things to do in Royal Oak
Royal Oak, MI History
Royal Oak was not incorporated as a village until 1891, and as a city in 1921. The name (Royal Oak) was applied in 1819, during Governor Lewis Cass‘ surveying expeditions. A large oak tree located near the present-day intersection of Crooks and Main Street reminded Cass of the Royal Oak which King Charles II of England hid in to escape capture after the Battle of Worcester. And that is how Royal Oak got its name!