What to Expect from a Commercial Restoration Company

When unexpected damage happens to your business, here’s what you should look for in a restoration company.

commercial restoration companyIn December of 2016, just two days before Christmas, Jeff Kivett, founder of MediaFuel digital marketing agency in Fishers, Indiana, got a call that no business owner wants to get. It was the alarm company, calling to tell him that a vehicle had crashed head-on into the front of his building and shattered the façade.

Because the business was closed for the holidays, no employees were inside, so no one was hurt. However, Kivett knew he needed emergency board-up service right away, to secure his equipment and other valuables, and then he needed a plan of action to restore the damage. He called his insurance agent, who immediately referred him to Hays + Sons.

As a business owner, would you and/or your employees know what to do and who to call if your business experienced storm damage, fire damage, or water damage, or if you needed board-up service, contents restoration or even mold remediation that resulted from an unexpected event? And what should you look for when you’re selecting a restoration company?

Here’s what you should expect from a commercial restoration company.  Continue reading “What to Expect from a Commercial Restoration Company”

Showcasing our Contracting Skills with the Bullseye Event Center

The stunning new home of the Hays + Sons Colts VIP Tailgate Party

Did you know that in addition to handling residential restoration, commercial restoration and restoration for schools, Hays + Sons also does general construction and award-winning home renovation? We were thrilled to handle the build-out of Bullseye Event Group’s amazing new facility—the Bullseye Event Center, located at 723 S. Capitol in downtown Indianapolis.

Transforming a long-unused warehouse

Overall, the project took 3 months from start to finish. The crew at Hays +Sons really got into this project, as we were able to unleash our creativity and really make the space come alive. When we first got a look at this long-unused, 9,500 square-foot warehouse, we knew we had our work cut out for us, but we definitely saw the potential. Planning the layout of the space, together with Kyle Kinnett, from Bullseye Event Group, was amazing.

We envisioned a multi-use facility that could accommodate varying group sizes, anywhere from 100 to 1000 people with an industrial-chic vibe, fully operational glass garage doors, acid-washed concrete floors, natural stone finishes, reclaimed wood and exposed brick walls.

In order to bring this vision to life, here’s what we had to do: Continue reading “Showcasing our Contracting Skills with the Bullseye Event Center”