RestoratonHQ is pleased to welcome Rachel Reindl, who has joined the Business Development team. Rachel will assist in strengthening new business opportunities, client partnerships and other outside business generating activities. Rachel's experience in the service industry will add immense value to the RestorationHQ team and aide in our growth in 2017. Rachel is a proud graduate of Arizona … [Read more...]
The Number One State for Deep Frying Turkey Accidents Is…
The winner and seven year reigning champion for most grease- and cooking-related insurance claims on Thanksgiving Day is… Texas, according to State Farm. Fire departments across the U.S. respond annually to more than 1,000 fires in which a deep fryer is involved. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that deep fryer fires kill five people each year, seriously injure 60 others … [Read more...]
Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner
The TEPCON Construction and RestorationHQ teams had a great time supporting the IFMA Phoenix Charity Golf Tournament last Friday, October 23, 2015. This annual event was once again held at the beautiful Arizona Biltmore Golf Club on the Links Course. The weather and the company couldn’t have been better As a first time tee box sponsor, in conjunction with TEPCON, RestorationHQ enjoyed some … [Read more...]
Water Damage Restoration. Time is Not on Your Side.
Water emergencies are serious and require timely action. Proper precautions must be taken during any emergency to determine what path a restoration company will take to ensure the most efficient drying time and that damage to your property is minimized. Beyond the initial water damage, mold and bacteria grow quickly in moist environments and can pose serious health problems. The first step of … [Read more...]
Asbestos – It’s Not a Problem of the Past!
Think asbestos problems are a thing of the past? Think again! Asbestos is still very much an active building material used in the United States. It might even be present in your building. Wait, isn’t asbestos banned in the United States? Surprisingly, no! While the EPA originally banned asbestos in 1989, the ban was overturned in 1991. Some paper products and flooring felt, as well as any new … [Read more...]