We are very pleased to announce this very promising company to our growing network of independent restoration specialists.
Although they are relatively new to the Truro area they are backed by 20 years experience in the commercial cleaning industry. With innovative procedures and techniques, Knight Kare will do everything that they can to insure that your property looks the best that it possibly can. They use products and equipment of the highest quality and their supervised crews are thoroughly trained as well as fully insured and bonded, including (when required by the individual contract) security clearance at the” enhanced reliability” and “secret” level through the Government of Canada.
They also have a ongoing commitment to continually improving and upgrading their skills and knowledge of the cleaning and restoration industry through various courses such as “certificate of recognition” through Nova Scotia Construction Association, and Certification of our technicians in Carpet Cleaning, Odour Control, Flood and Fire Restoration and other similar programs.
Knight Kare are committed to:
- Providing prompt, professional services;
- Respecting all aspects of our customers concerns and requirements;
- Respecting our environment;
- Embracing innovative ideas, products
- Striving forward with an optimistic outlook.
Kevin Wood is a young entrepreneur who’s ambitions to grow his company and offer unparraleled service to our industry are single to none. We are confident that Knight Kare Cleaning and Restoration will not disappoint in the service department – the bottom line remains, our industry is all about service.
CDRG will support Knight Kare in their quest to broaden their services to the industry. We are Canadians working for Canadians.
The Canadian Disaster Restoration Group is the intersection of restoration contractors and restoration specialists – where disaster restoration meets solid business strategy. We marry the best of strategy and creativity with an army of restoration experts in the fields of property loss. For more information visit: www.cdrg.ca.