Portland Restoration Company donates over $150,000 of service to a local Church
911 Restoration™ of Portland lent a helping hand to a local Church in Portland by providing their own crews to demolition portions of the building interior and prepare the Church for a major renovation project.
PRLog - Apr. 13, 2011 - At the beginning of February 2011, 911 Restoration™ of Portland, the nation’s leading water damage, mold remediation, and fire damage restoration experts, undertook a philanthropic mission to assist the Church of Scientology of Portland. Since the local Church is a community center, the charitable donation of time, crew members, and equipment will make it possible for neighborhood residents to benefit from church sponsored programs in a safe environment. Ty Crandell and Yoav Gueron, co-owners of 911 Restoration™ of Portland, understand the importance of building a strong foundation to engage and empower a community. As the heart of the surrounding neighborhood, the Church fosters the growth and development of youth, adults, and senior citizens alike. “We are honored to contribute to our local community and give the residents of the neighborhood a clean, and safe center of involvement”. -Yoav Gueron To show their gratitude for the ongoing efforts, the local Church recognized the co-owners of 911 Restoration™ of Portland as Humanitarians for their commitment to the public at an award ceremony held on April 5th, 2011. 911 Restoration™ of Portland is no stranger to helping people across Portland and surrounding cities in Oregon. Since 1978, 911 Restoration™, Inc. has been serving homeowners and businesses in the United States and Canada with a high level of professional care and responsibility on all restoration projects. The Company guarantees that their work is of the highest quality and the health and safety of their customers are their number one priority. As a result of this unwavering dedication to giving customers a Fresh Start! after an unexpected flood or natural disaster, 911 Restoration™ of Portland graciously offered $150,000 worth of services to a local Church in dire need.