How and Why SERVPRO Has Grown
When a natural disaster strikes your home or business, you want to rely on a cleanup and restoration company you can trust. You need the resources—the experience, personnel and equipment—of a real pro to do a high-quality job in a short timeframe. That’s SERVPRO of West Hartford.
Many of our satisfied customers choose SERVPRO because of our history of successful restorations and outstanding service. It’s no surprise that Entrepreneur Magazine has ranked SERVPRO the #1 franchise opportunity in the restoration services category for the past ten years!
SERVPRO was formed by Ted and Doris Isaacson in 1967 as a painting business in Sacramento, California. They grew the company and become a franchisor of cleanup and restoration specialists. Within twenty years, they had grown to almost 650 franchises, and by 2000, they had 1,000 franchises. Today there are more than 1,800 SERVPRO franchises across the country, helping residential and commercial customers recover from water, fire, storm, biohazard and other disasters.
Growth like that doesn’t happen by accident. It’s because SERVPRO:
- Trainings and equips employees to handle any disaster and keeps them current with the latest techniques and technologies.
- Empowers employees to put the customer first and get the job done right.
- Works closely with insurance companies, property managers and local fire/police to make our clients’ lives better fast.
When you have suffered a disaster at your home or business, call SERVPRO of West Hartford today at 860.206.6141
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The team at SERVPRO of West Hartford has specialized training and experience in water damage restoration services, biohazard cleanup, fire and smoke damage restoration services and natural disaster prevention and cleanup. Call SERVPRO of West Hartford (860.206.6141) any time, night or day.
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