PuroClean on a Mission to Fulfill High Demand in Washington for Restoration Services
One of North America’s Leading Property Restoration Franchises Foresees Increasing Demand for Mitigation Service in Washington State; Hosts Franchisee Discovery Day Events on Feb. 8 and 9 in Seattle and Spokane
SEATTLE—With only a handful of franchisees serving over $3.35 billion in direct water and fire mitigated losses in Washington state each year, PuroClean plans to add six new franchises, specifically in the Seattle and Spokane markets to support the enormous volume of claims in those regions, announced Mark W. Davis, Chairman & CEO of PuroClean.
PuroClean—one of the nation’s fastest growing property restoration franchises—is flying a team of company executives into the state for two special missions. At the mobile discovery day event, aspiring entrepreneurs interested in responding to this unprecedented demand have an exclusive chance to meet PuroClean’s CEO Mark Davis local franchise owner, Ben Doebler. Davis, who took the reins of the PuroClean in 2015, will be bringing with him two decades of experience in restoration. The events are taking place during the following dates and times:
- Seattle: February 8, 2017 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the Hilton Seattle, located at 1301 6th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
- Spokane: February 9, 2017 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Spokane City Center, located at 322 North Spokane Falls Court Spokane, WA 99201
“Our national account vendors have made it very clear that we need more coverage to support claims in Seattle and Spokane,” Davis said. “There is a desperate need for restoration service professionals in these markets and we are committed to fulfilling this demand. The number of claims have been constantly rising, making this a rewarding entrepreneurial experience both personally and professionally.”
PuroClean is concentrating on developing a few select markets nationwide where demand for restoration services is high. PuroClean has more than 230 locations in its franchise network and projects to add nearly 60 new franchise offices this year.
Davis noted that while many people associate cleanup and restoration with large-scale natural disasters, a significant share of service calls stem from common household and business mishaps – such as overflowing washing machines; freezing, bursting or leaking pipes; mold growth that ensues after a water loss; and kitchen fires. Water damage is the second most frequently filed insurance claim in the United States, with more than 14,000 people experiencing a water damage emergency at home or work each day, according to the American Insurance Association. In fact, the restoration industry is $188 billion strong.
Each year, PuroClean performs thousands of jobs throughout North America, providing restoration services from common household mishaps to large scale disasters.
To register for the Seattle Parachute event, visit http://www.puroclean.com/franchise/franchise-event-seattle or call (206) 494-9789.
To register for the Spokane Parachute event, visit http://www.puroclean.com/franchise/franchise-event-spokane or call (509) 319-2020.
Known as the “Paramedics of Property Damage™,” PuroClean provides fire and smoke damage remediation, water damage remediation, flood water removal, mold removal and biohazard clean-up to commercial and residential customers. Founded in 2001, PuroClean has quickly become one of the fastest growing property restoration franchise organizations in the nation with a comprehensive network of 230-plus 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 more information on PuroClean, contact 800-775-7876 or visit www.puroclean.com; for franchise information, visit www.puroclean.com/franchise.
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