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Our Service Areas Include Saint Joseph, Stevensville & Surrounding Areas in Michigan

We Service Southwest Michigan

We are always nearby and ready to serve our customers in Southwest Michigan. If you need our cleaning and restoration services, our staff is trained and equipped to provide you with the results you deserve.

Our Service Areas: 

Here is an overview of some of the cities we proudly serve:

Benton Harbor, MI

Benton Harbor is a city located in Berrien County, Michigan, United States. It is known for its pristine beaches, vibrant arts community, championship golf courses, and delicious fresh peaches, tomatoes, apples, and more. Benton Harbor and the city of St. Joseph are separated by the St. Joseph River and are known locally as the “Twin Cities”. The city was founded in 1860 by Henry C. Morton, Sterne Brunson, and Charles Hull. Benton Harbor was mainly wetlands bordered by the Paw Paw River, through which a canal was built, hence the “harbor” in the city’s name.

Stevensville, MI

Stevensville is a village located in Berrien County, Michigan, United States. The village lies within Lincoln Township. It is situated along Lake Michigan’s coastline, five miles from St. Joseph. The village was platted in the 1840s by Thomas Stevens, who was a prominent banker from Niles, Michigan. A.D. Brown made a later addition, and in 1893 the village was incorporated. Stevensville is known for its nostalgic reminder of quiet village life and the lure of Lake Michigan during the summer months.

Bridgman, MI

Bridgman is a city in Berrien County, Michigan. The town was founded in 1856 by lumbermen who named it Charlotteville. In 1870, George C. Bridgman platted the village of Bridgman, which was centered on a railroad station opened that year. The Bridgman post office opened with the name “Laketon” on November 11, 1862, and changed its name to Bridgman on April 9, 1874. Weko Beach is one of the key attractions of Bridgman, situated on the shores of Lake Michigan and connected to Warren Dunes State Park on its South border. Visitors can walk from Weko Beach into Warren Dunes State Park, nearly three consecutive miles of beach.

Niles, MI

Niles is a city in Berrien and Cass counties in the U.S. state of Michigan, near the Indiana state line city of South Bend. The town was settled in 1827 and is the only locality in the state to have been under the control of France, Great Britain, Spain, and the United States. The city is situated on the St. Joseph River and is mostly surrounded by Niles Township. The soil is rich and fertile, and the riparian environment present on Island Park is reflective of this area around the river valley.

Buchanan, MI

Buchanan is a city in Berrien County, Michigan. The town was named after James Buchanan, the 15th President of the United States. Buchanan is known as the “Redbud City” because of the many redbud trees that have historically lined city streets and the major approaches to the city. The area, already having been populated by Native Americans in places such as the Moccasin Bluff site, was first settled in 1833 at the spot where McCoy Creek meets the St. Joseph River. The village of Buchanan was platted in 1842 and incorporated in 1858. Buchanan is an idyllic small town boasting a historic downtown and beautiful natural resources.

New Buffalo, MI

New Buffalo is a city in Berrien County, Michigan. The town is located at the mouth of the Galien River and is the home to one of the region’s largest recreational harbors. It is known as the “Gateway to Michigan” and is a popular resort town due to its location along the Lake Michigan shoreline and its proximity to the Chicago Metropolitan Area. The area around the mouth of the Galien River was originally populated by Miami and Potawatomi peoples. Compared to other Michigan beach towns, New Buffalo is unique in that it has a blended rural and urban influence.

Baroda, MI

Baroda is a village in Berrien County, Michigan. The village is within Baroda Township. The first white settlers started to arrive in the 1830s and began clearing the land, draining the swamps, and building homes and farms. Michael Houser is considered the founder of Baroda, bargaining with the Indiana and Lake Michigan Railway Company to establish a station on his land. Houser platted the village ca. 1890. Houser named the community after Baroda in Gujarat, India. The village incorporated in 1907. Baroda is nestled in a beautiful country setting of rolling hills, flowing vineyards, orchards filled with blossoms and acres of golden grain.

Berrien Springs, MI

Berrien Springs is a village in Berrien County, Michigan. The village is located within Oronoko Charter Township. It was named after John M. Berrien, and “Springs” was added after mineral springs were discovered in the area. The village is the site of the earliest settlement in Oronoko Township, and was first known as “Wolf’s Prairie” in reference to the 1,000-acre prairie in which it was situated. The first permanent settlers, John Pike and his family, arrived in 1829. Francis B. Murdoch, later known for his work as a freedom suit lawyer, was a co-founder of the village and the first lawyer in the county. The village of Berrien was platted in 1831, and the village of Berrien Springs was incorporated in 1863. Berrien Springs was the county seat from 1837 until 1894, when St. Joseph became county seat. The Berrien Springs post office opened with the name Berrien on December 4, 1832, and changed to Berrien Springs on April 18, 1836.

Coloma, MI

Coloma is a city in Berrien County, Michigan. The town was first known as Shingle Diggins because of the wood shingles that were manufactured in the area. The community was later renamed Dickerville because people in the town had to barter and dicker for items after the timber supply was exhausted. The name Coloma was suggested by Stephen R. Gilson, after a town in California he had visited during the Gold Rush era. Coloma is located in the Lake Michigan Shore American Viticultural Area, which is known for its rich farmland and temperate climate. The city is near the former resort area of Paw Paw Lake and is home to several festivals each year, including the Peach Festival and the Glad-Peach Festival.

Dowagiac, MI

Dowagiac is a city in Cass County, Michigan. The town is situated at the corner of four townships: Wayne Township to the northeast, LaGrange Township to the southeast, Pokagon Township to the southwest, and Silver Creek Township to the northwest. Dowagiac is the headquarters of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and is also contained within the reservation. The city name comes from the Potawatomi word dewje’og meaning “fishing [near home] water”. Dowagiac was first platted in 1848. It was incorporated as a village in 1863 and as a city in 1877.

Paw Paw, MI

Paw Paw is a village in the U.S. state of Michigan. The village is located at the confluence of the east and south branches of the Paw Paw River in the northeast portion of Paw Paw Township. Paw Paw was incorporated in 1837 and is located in the southwestern portion of Michigan, on Interstate 94 (I-94) approximately 20 miles west of Kalamazoo. Paw Paw is in a rural location whose primary agricultural product is grapes, which are used both in the local Michigan wine industry and for juice and jellies. Paw Paw has an annual Wine and Harvest Festival. For three days, the village opens up to celebrate its agricultural roots: its fruit-growing, juice, and wine-making industries. Paw Paw is named for the pawpaw trees which once grew along the Paw Paw River. The town is also known for its rural charm and its proximity to the Lake Michigan shoreline.

South Haven, MI

South Haven is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan, located on the shores of Lake Michigan. The town has always been a port city due to its position at the mouth of the Black River. South Haven is a major regional tourist draw because of its recreational harbor and beaches. It is the western terminus of the Kal-Haven Trail, popular with bicyclists and snowmobilers. The town is known for its gorgeous sunsets, delicious wine, abundant locally grown produce, and nature trails.

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