Your home is your castle, your personal refuge. When disaster strikes, it is often unexpected. When you remodel your home, you have time to put away your belongings and carefully store your keepsakes. In an emergency, you are vulnerable and need someone to care for and preserve your personal items. Your belongings are lovingly packed up and restored as if they were our own.
Well, no sooner did Randy Florence come on board with his history of successfully running large loss jobs, then we were awarded the restoration of a fire and soot job for the John Wesley United Methodist Church in Falmouth. This wonderful 16,000 square foot building was coated in soot and dirt as a result of an electric fire in the basement. The contamination was in the offices, the kitchen, and the sanctuary and chapel. Every item in the building needed to be cleaned and wiped, and all floors, walls, ceilings and surfaces needed to be cleaned by hand. The fire happened early Thursday morning and the minister needed the church cleaned and ready for Sunday services. Randy gave the minister his word that it would be done, and then he made it happen.
Drawing on his past experience with large commercial fires such as the Sheraton Hotel and the Cape Cod Synagogue, Randy sprang into action, lining up all the resources. Emergency Contractor's in-house crews were on site immediately and worked into the night. Early the next morning, they were joined by an additional group of 26 skilled workers. These crews came with experience in soot cleaning and odor control. Together, they joined with our crew working 16 hour days to meet the deadline. Robert Lomba, our production manager coordinated all the crews, keeping them moving and making sure the job was done to our high standards. By 8pm on saturday our cleaning was done and the town granted a certificate of occupancy. Sunday services were performed on schedule with no soot, odor or other indication that there had been a fire there just 36 hours earlier.
Emergency Contractors is proud to announce that Randy Florence has joined us as Sales and Operations Manager. Randy has decades of experience in estimating, remodeling and project management. He also has previous experience with fire, water, soot and mold restoration projects. His style is to achieve complete customer satisfaction and ensure that every job is done to the highest standards. Randy also has experience running large commercial jobs and we look forward to expanding our commercial restoration business.
Your satisfaction is our primary goal. As a Cape & Islands Glass company we value every customer. You must be satisfied for our work to be a success.