New website includes a section highlighting company’s recent projects, a property damage restoration blog, and more, Service First Restoration Inc. reports
LAGUNA HILLS, Calif. – January 13, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —
Service First Restoration Inc, one of Orange County’s top restoration and reconstruction contractors, launched a new website. The brand-new site features a dedicated section where Service First experts detail their work restoring homes and other properties that suffered damage from water, mold, sewage, fire, and other threats.
The new website also includes an active blog where the company’s restoration and reconstruction specialists weigh in on topics ranging from odor removal and water leak detection to trauma scene cleanup. Responsive design technology allows the site to be easily accessed on digital devices of all kinds, as well. Already one of the most informative resources in the damage restoration industry, the Service First website will be updated regularly in the future.
“We’re happy to report that our terrific new website is now online,” said Service First founder and owner Christian Rovsek. “We believe that informed customers always fare the best when it comes to property damage remediation and restoration, whatever the cause. We take pride in explaining the options and issues to each one of our clients, and that has been an important reason for our success. Our new website is going to make it even easier to learn about recovering from the property damage that water, mold, fire, and other dangers can cause. We’d like to invite everyone to stop by the new site to See Our Recent Projects, Check Out Our Blog, and learn about our proven approach to this truly important type of work.”
The American Insurance Association rates water damage as the second most common reason for homeowner’s insurance claims and also notes that the rate of such activity has been growing faster than any other kind. That translates into many billions of dollars in residential property damage each year, despite the fact that over 90 percent of all water damage incidents are thought to be preventable.
With more than 75 years of combined management experience, family-owned Service First Restoration Inc. is Orange County’s leading water, mold, and fire damage restoration, cleanup, and reconstruction specialist. Service First teams are ready around the clock to respond in an hour or less when property damage needs to be addressed, preventing secondary destruction and ensuring a smooth, successful claims process.
With the company’s new website now online, there is no better way to learn about property damage restoration and reconstruction. Visitors to the new website can read about and view photos of recent Service First projects, learn about a wide variety of restoration-related topics at the blog, and schedule inspections of their own.
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