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PuroClean of Tri-Cities has given back to their community by disinfecting the vehicles of their local police patrol officers free of cost. Click here to learn more.
While you might not think of a disaster restoration technician as a first-responder, they are some of the first to arrive at the scene. And, at PuroClean, we’ve been doing this since 2001. Here’s what makes us the Paramedics of Property Damage — your trusted provider of disaster remediation. Disasters we’ve helped with over the years Hurricane Harvey is one of the worst disasters in the US. Over 30 PuroClean franchise owners assisted with emergency remediation services and completed 327 jobs directly related to Hurricane Harvey. Had PuroClean not mobilized so quickly to aid in hurricane relief, many of the restored
“PuroClean’s cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art training facilities, and unparalleled support for franchise owners has allowed us to open our doors to provide support to the Terre Haute,” Phillips said. “We are proud to offer services from our certified professionals in restoration and remediation to families and businesses during their times of need.” Proud Owner Brock Phillips of PuroClean of Terre Haute was featured in the Tribune-Star about the recent opening of his property damage restoration business. With previous experience in the service industry, Brock is ready to serve the counties of Clay, Parke, Owen in Indiana among others and the Paris
PuroClean Restoration Professionals has a lot to be proud of! In a recent article posted by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Deputy Kaitlyn Crane, daughter of PuroClean of Restoration Professionals’, Steve Crane, was recently certified as the Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office’s newest K-9 handler to work alongside her partner, Argie. Click this link to view the full story.
In this featured slideshow segment, PuroClean’s Vice President of Operations, George Hernandez, recommends professional carpet cleaning and explains its importance for indoor air quality. To read more about his insight, visit MarthaStewart.com