Our PuroClean sales director Bob McKinnon and Orland Park account manager Dave Anderson had a successful Lunch and Learn seminar at the Better Homes and Gardens Realty of Oak Forest [...]Read the article
PuroClean Disaster Services is proud to announce the launch of our newest location, PuroClean of Park Cities/North Dallas.
June 2022 was a busy month for PuroClean! Sales director Bob McKinnon and account manager Justine Edmundson attended and sponsored three golf outings throughout the month.
The aftermath of a tornado can be just as devastating and overwhelming to deal with as the actual weather event itself.
PuroClean revved our support for the legendary Green Hornet during the 2022 racing season.
May was a busy month for PuroClean of Northbrook, as we participated in several different conventions and networking events.
Owning a business can be a source of pride.
The aftermath of a home fire can be devastating and stressful.
In a water damage event, it’s essential to quickly remove the water and dry your property.
“April showers” are sometimes much more than just a bit of rain.
After the fire is out and the smoke has cleared, the fire department is gone, and you are left with a disaster on your hands.
PuroClean Disaster Services, co-owned by Keegan Trudgen and Tim Lohse, has been ranked as number 100 on the 2022 INC.
The spring flood season is about to begin, and homeowners need to be prepared.
Recently, there was a property emergency at Robert Morris College in Downtown Chicago when a fire started in the revolving door of one of their out-of-commission buildings.
When your sump pump discharge hose freezes, the sump pump has to work harder as a result of the heat and may fail completely as a consequence of overheating.
What Are the Causes of Office Water Damage and What Are the Consequences? Property managers of office buildings are often aware that water damage can be truly consequential.
Our business is restoration, but we love doing so much more around the community.
Some people avoid disasters at all costs, and understandably so.
The great Vince Lombardi once uttered the timeless phrase “What the hail is going on here?” while on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field.
After a house fire, the danger unfortunately doesn’t stop once the flames have been put out.