Mississauga, ON – January 14, 2010 – Disaster Kleenup Canada Ltd. has expanded its national network to serve even more communities across Canada. The addition of a new location reinforces the organization�s position as the country�s leading network of restoration professionals.
HIGHLAND RESTORATION has expanded with the opening of an additional office in Guelph, Ontario. Headquartered in Orangeville, Ontario, Highland Restoration will service our customers of Guelph and surrounding area in addition to Orangeville and surrounding area. Shane and Trish Bradley and their team have provided full restoration & cleaning services to its clients for over 20 years and have been members of Disaster Kleenup Canada Ltd. since March of 2009. Highland Restoration�s success is attributed to its ability to establish lasting relationships with its customers by meeting their needs and exceeding their expectations through the highest quality of workmanship and service. To celebrate the addition of a new location Highland Restoration will host a Grand Opening on January 28, 2010.
“Over the years Disaster Kleenup restoration professionals have proven their dedication and commitment to delivering excellence in emergency response and restoration services across Canada,” says Matt Johnson, CEO of Disaster Kleenup Canada. “Today’s announcement demonstrates our continued commitment to deliver the highest standards in the industry. Our network continues to grow and expand to include even more communities across the country.”
About Disaster Kleenup Canada Ltd.
Disaster Kleenup Canada Ltd. (DKC) is a nation-wide network of leading Property Damage Restoration Contractors servicing insurance companies and corporations since 1994. DKC Members are trained and certified to provide 7×24 emergency response services and building restoration pertaining to building damage caused by wind, fire, water, break & enter and other perils. Disaster Kleenup Canada members also offer specialty services including mould remediation, building sanitization & deodorization, asbestos remediation, petroleum spills, and are trained on infection control as it relates to construction work in healthcare facilities. In 2007, DKC remediated more than 60,000 insurance related claims for both homeowners and commercial enterprises, with countless more remediated at the request of corporate risk managers. For more information visit www.dkc.ca.