Congratulations to PuroClean of Greenville, Our Small Business of the Month!

Posted by: Tripp James, Greenville Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, March 16, 2017

On behalf of the Greenville Chamber, congratulations goes out to PuroClean of Greenville for being selected March 2017 Small Business of the Month! The award was presented by Joey Hines, representing the selection committee and our sponsor, Cheryl Taylor with Cowart Awards. President, James Pitts and staff joined us to accept on behalf of PuroClean of Greenville.

PuroClean of Greenville is a disaster mitigation company in Greenville that responds to residential and commercial property damage caused by water, fire, mold, and biohazard. They are an IICRC Certified Firm, with IICRC Certified technicians, and are 100% woman owned and operated. The owner, Emily Bohan, has lived in Greenville since 2006. Emily and her team have been rescuing homes, buildings, apartment complexes, and their owners since 2009.

PuroClean of Greenville is a proud member of the PuroClean franchise system and as a local business, PuroClean of Greenville loves its community so they stay involved and give back whenever possible. For example, PuroClean is a proud sponsor The You Go Girl Women’s Only Triathlon, which takes place in Greenville and is designed to help women compete in the triathlon who might otherwise never give it a shot. It’s purpose is to encourage and support women, and their families to live a life guided by courage, perseverance, focus, and teamwork.

PuroClean responds to water, fire, mold, and biohazard losses anywhere in The Upstate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They are on site within 2 hours or less of receiving your call, and they work directly with your local insurance provider. So the next time it’s raining in your office, your washing machine overflows, your kitchen is on fire, or you find mold in your crawl space, call Greenville PuroClean! James Pitts and his team are here to help you get back to normal!

Emily says, “Our attendance at Greenville Chamber events like Business After Hours, Netnight, and round tables are another way we enjoy being ingrained in our very special community. The Greenville Chamber brings value to its Investors by connecting all sizes of businesses and the people who work in those businesses.”

Local, Fast Service

We are an IICRC Certified Firm 100% woman owned and operated business that has been in Greenville, South Carolina for 7 years.  Our owner, Emily Bohan, has lived in Greenville since 2006. We are committed to the community. We are active in the community and giving back is one of our 4 core values.  We sponsor Greenville’s only all women’s triathlon, which occurs every July: PuroClean of Greenville You Go Girl Women’s Only Triathlon. The race, designed to help those do a triathlon who might otherwise never do it, encourages women, and their families to live a life guided by courage, perseverance, focus, and teamwork.  We all rise when we lift each other up.

We service the Greenville area 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. Our average “on-site” time is 60 minutes, and we work directly with your local insurance provider. Give us a call now at (864) 908-3590 to schedule a visit.

Our Team

James Pitts

Owner

James' role with PuroClean of Greenville is to focus on operations and growth. Before joining the PuroClean family, James owned and operated a Nationwide Insurance Agency and brings a wealth of knowledge to the franchise. His vision is to expand PuroClean of Greenville to become the highest-quality property restoration company in all of the upstate. James is happily married to Melissa and together they enjoy raising their three children.

Achievements

We have been honored to receive the following awards and certifications...

IICRC Certified

EPA Lead Safe Certified

"Don't know What we would have done without them!" - Janet & Bobby C.

JANET & BOBBY C.

"Exceeded expectations!" -

LARRY W.

"Excellent service, very courteous and professional. Fast yet thorough." - Local Child Care Establishment

LOCAL CHILD CARE ESTABLISHMENT

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