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“I’m a big believer that in order to make a difference you don’t have to be brilliant, you don’t have to have special skills, all you have to do is truly care.”
Families in the Logan Heights neighborhood are still drying out their belongings from San Diego’s record-breaking storm on Jan. 22. They’re now bracing for their third storm in two weeks.
“We have to demo all the walls,” said Jose Castillo, who works for 911 Restoration, a disaster restoration company.
Castillo was busy helping residents with mold and drywall repairs on Monday before the storm arrived.
A few doors down, Virgil Magistrale, helped his injured neighbor and friend who was still in the process of clearing out his flood-damaged home.
911 Restoration is a growing network of franchisees delivering emergency services to homes and businesses while fostering an inspired company culture. We find out more with CEO Miri Offir.
A COMPANY IN THE “FRESH START” BUSINESS
“Our goal at 911 Restoration is to provide our customers with the fresh start they deserve – we know that when someone reaches out to us, they’re often in crisis. The help we provide starts when we shift our attention from our own challenges to understanding theirs; that’s when you can see they’re just trying to make it through the day. It turns out that properly restoring a home or business also requires kindness, patience, sensitivity, and empathy.”
911 Restoration, the “Fresh Start” Company, announces the addition of three new members to the franchise brand’s executive team. Tammy Biggerstaff, Richard Ortiz, and Kevin Jones join 911 Restoration as the newest directors of sales and marketing, client relations, and compliance and training, respectively.
Biggerstaff joins 911 Restoration after accruing 15 years in restoration sales experience. She began her career in restoration as a salesperson working with local providers and insurance agents, and then transitioned into commercial sales and large-loss restoration.