PuroClean of Buford Opens, Providing Property Restoration Services to Local Communities
Buford, GA – (July 22, 2021) – Entrepreneur and former IT consultant James Stern has answered the call to become the local “Paramedic of Property Damage,” with the opening of his new PuroClean franchise in Buford, Georgia. After an extensive career in IT and consulting, Stern will now lead a team of highly trained technicians to help both home and business owners with their property remediation needs. PuroClean of Buford is certified to provide water, fire, mold, and biohazard removal, including advanced COVID-19 cleaning procedures.
“I am proud to create a family-owned and operated business that caters to the specific needs of our local community,” said Stern. “Providing needs-based services is new to me as a business owner, and I don’t take this responsibility lightly. I am appreciative of the support I’ve received from the PuroClean home office and truly believe that being able to support property owners in my community is going to be fulfilling and rewarding long-term.”
Throughout his career, Stern has worked in an array of roles across the foodservice, construction, IT, and project management fields, including owning multiple companies. He launched his first business at age 18, providing computing services to banks, local and state agencies, accounting firms, and more. After selling that business in 1987, he entered corporate America, filling consulting and management roles for major brands such as GE, Westinghouse, AAA, FedEx, and E*Trade. Since 2018, Stern has served as a freelance IT consultant for various Fortune 500 organizations. Stern’s team includes his sister Susie, who will serve as operations manager, and his son Patrick, who will work as a service technician and his apprentice.
“We’re happy to announce the expansion of the PuroClean network in Georgia with the opening of PuroClean of Buford. This team is certified and well-equipped to serve local property owners during their times of need, and I know that with James’ background, and the passion of his family members, they are going to make an incredibly positive impact on their community,” said Steve White, President and COO of PuroClean.
For more than 20 years, PuroClean has helped home and business owners with their restoration and remediation needs, serving communities across the United States and Canada with a network of over 350 offices.
For more information about PuroClean of Buford, please call (470)-822-3500, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visitwww.puroclean.com/pb-ga/. PuroClean of Buford will serve the Suwannee, Dawsonville, and Buford areas of Georgia, among others.
Known as the “Paramedics of Property Damage®,” PuroClean provides fire and smoke damage remediation, water damage remediation, flood water removal, mold removal, and biohazard cleanup to commercial and residential customers. Founded in 2001, PuroClean has a comprehensive network of more than 300 franchise offices across North America. PuroClean technicians are thoroughly screened, insured, and trained in utilizing the latest in mitigation technology and procedures while operating under a strict code of ethics. Each PuroClean office is independently owned and operated. For franchise information, visit www.purocleanfranchise.com.
Who is PuroClean? Founded in 2001, PuroClean is a leading damage remediation company that works on a franchise-based model. PuroClean franchise owners offer emergency restoration services for property damage caused by water, fire, mold, biohazards, and other disasters.
Pembroke Pines, FL – (July 01, 2021) – After a successful 20-year career in clinical psychology, Carlos Niemes has answered the call to become the local “Paramedic of Property Damage” for his community, opening PuroClean of Pembroke Pines. Niemes and his team of highly trained technicians will serve the Pembroke Pines and surrounding areas of South Florida. PuroClean of Pembroke Pines will offer property owners in South Florida services for water damage, fire and smoke remediation, mold, and biohazard removal. With the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) predictions of an “above average” hurricane season for 2021, Niemes and his