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The Origins of SERVPRO

11/18/2019 (Permalink)

Two flags waving on a flag pole, the one on top American and the one beneath it SERVPRO. Pride in the family values of SERVPRO keeps us growing.

Did you know that SERVPRO actually started as a painting company, that then offered restoration services in addition? Ten years after opening in 1967, the company purchased Bristol-Meyers Domesticare Division, which added 175 franchises to the young company. Eleven years after that purchase, in 1988, SERVPRO moved to Tennessee to be more accessible to the general population, being in a more central location of the country. The painting company that was founded in 1967 grew into a restoration giant that sold its 1,000th franchise in 2000, only 33 years after it was first founded. That immense growth as a business is a key detail in understanding why SERVPRO is the best there is in the restoration industry. Rick Isaacson, the executive vice president of SERVPRO Industries, Inc, said it best himself, “The SERVPRO franchise system is built around solid core values. As long as we provide superior service and focus on saving our clients money, we will continue to earn their business.” See, a business model centered around helping the clients get the best resources they can earns the money in the most honest way. These values are derived from the foundation of the business. A corporation that retains family business values can attain equal parts quality and quantity. Understanding a company’s values can really help us decide who to choose. We want the resources of a large scale company, of course, but also the customer relations and individuality of a local company. That’s why a company like SERVPRO has the best of both worlds. That’s why a company like SERVPRO is trusted nationally, so you know you can trust them too.

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