When unexpected damage happens to your business, here’s what you should look forin a restoration company.
In 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.
Hays + Sons is the Restoration Company More Schools Trust for Institutional Restoration
As a school administrator, when it comes to the safety and well being of your students, you can’t take any chances. You need to be ready for anything. A burst pipe is flooding a classroom. Mold is discovered in a janitorial closet. Or worse, a storm, fire or other unexpected event strikes your school. Suddenly, you need help, and you need it immediately.
Are all the teachers and administrators in your school system PREPARED to keep your kids SAFE in the event of an emergency?
How will you keep your kids actively LEARNING and engaged if your facility is damaged?
Who can you trust to get things back to normal ASAP?
You need an institutional property restoration partner who knows the ins and outs of working with school systems and the special requirements of working with budgetary restraints, red tape and sometimes, aging facility infrastructures. More Indiana schools trust Hays + Sons when they need emergency restoration service for their facilities. Continue reading “Choosing the Best Restoration Company for Your School”
With unpredictable winter weather ahead, the opportunities for water-related disasters are plenty– pipes can freeze and burst, rain and melting snow can raise groundwater levels, sewers can back up, or tiny cracks in your foundation can allow water to seep through the walls as the snow builds up along the side of your house. Continue reading “My Basement Flooded… Now What?”