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A Clean Start

Home is a place that should feel safe and secure, but when disaster strikes and a home is damaged it can seem like nothing will ever be quite the same. Unforeseen circumstances can shake even the strongest home to its very foundations; and in the midst of dealing with the challenge of repairing the damage, having an expert to restore the beauty and safety of your home can be invaluable.

Since 2011, owner Brent Nicholson and his team at SERVPRO of Montgomery County have been restoring homes and businesses throughout the Clarksville area, taking on the task of cleaning and removing areas of damage from flood water, fire, smoke, mold, sewage, storms, and other destructive forces that can endanger the integrity of a home and put people’s safety at risk. “This is a company dedicated to providing our clients with the greatest help in the most challenging of times, and we guarantee a 24-hour response time to a call because we realize the absolute importance of getting things back to normal as quickly as possible,” says SERVPRO Sales and Marketing Manager Thomas Durett. “Whether our teams have been called in to clean the carpets in a single room of a home or are taking on the clean up of an entire flooded building, we provide a variety of services to meet all of the needs of our clients. Our company motto is “Like it never even happened,” and that’s a standard that we at SERVPRO of Montgomery County promote and uphold for each of our customers.”

Over the past six years, SERVPRO of Montgomery County has gained a reputation for the quality of their work and the level of care they take with their clients. “Our customers have entrusted us with their homes and businesses and have voted SERVPRO of Montgomery County “The Best of Clarksville” for our commitment to excellence,” says Durrett. In times of loss, that level of care can feel like a lifeline.

SERVPRO of Montgomery County is located at 810 Crossland Avenue, Clarksville, Tennessee 37040. For more information, call

(931) 645-1285 or visit

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