A national restoration chain has set up shop in Conway officially after celebrating its grand opening Friday afternoon with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Chad Haynes, owner of 911 Restoration, said he was excited to bring to Conway the quality work the business that has 100 franchises nationwide has.
The clean-up group is dedicated go giving individuals and families a fresh start following disasters.
While the company is a national chain, Haynes said he and his staff takes pride in the level of customer service it provides.
Haynes is also a licensed contractor and has 23 years experience in construction. Not only can 911 Restoration clean up homes following disasters, it can also help families to rebuild their homes.
Conway Area Chamber of Commerce Chief Operating Officer Ed Linck said 911 Restoration setting up shop in Conway shows the city is continuing to grow.
"They can do it all," he said of the company's ability to both clean up and rebuild homes.
The business specializes in:Water damage. Mold removal. Fire and smoke damage. Sewage clean up. Disaster restoration.
The company officially opened its doors Friday afternoon via a ribbon-cutting ceremony outside its shop at 1330 Nabholz Avenue in Conway.
Haynes was accompanied by family, Conway Area Chamber of Commerce members and 911 Restoration crew members as he celebrated the businesses grand opening.
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