In a 24/7/365 industry, emergency mitigation company Mammoth Restoration recently expanded its reach with a new office in Horsham, Pennsylvania, establishing service for the entire five-county Philadelphia area and the Lehigh Valley.
"We're excited to bring our quality flood and fire restoration service to residential and commercial property owners of Southeastern Pennsylvania," John Yankanich, owner and director of sales and marketing, said.
As a water and fire property damage specialist business, Mammoth Restoration helps businesses and homeowners handle floods, fires and other damage to their properties. Joining its three existing offices—near State College, Erie and Lancaster—this fourth locale enables Mammoth to cover the greater part of the commonwealth.
Mammoth works regularly with property owners who have experienced major upheaval, alleviating damage from floods, fires and other disasters. Because optimal property restoration is time-sensitive, the full-service company offers emergency service 24 hours a day, every day of the year, arriving onsite within hours of event detection.
"We hire compassionate team members, we proactively communicate with our clients, and we're a dependable contractor,” Yankanich said. “And because we do all of these things differently than others, we are viewed not as just another company, but as a trusted partner by our clients across the state."
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