Flood Services Canada (www.FloodServices.ca), the Greater Toronto Area’s leading 24-hour emergency flood, fire, and smoke damage restoration response service team, is proud to announce that it has become a member of the Commercial Loss Experts (CLE) network.
Flood Services Canada has joined the CLE’s nation-wide group of commercial-grade emergency service contractors experienced in rapidly restoring businesses back to an operational state following various forms of disaster. The CLE network is made up of numerous emergency rapid-response services for water, fire, and wind damage restoration, mould or asbestos remediation, and document restoration, among other forms of assistance.
“There is an immense information-sharing aspect to the network as well,” says Chad Vanvari, Owner of Flood Services Canada. “Members of the CLE share their best practices, training, techniques, and delivery models, so there is both a unified means of delivering services and high-quality work.”
CLE technology includes a cloud-based system that enables real-time tracking and relaying of information like site conditions and building profiles that would normally have to be established on the ground at the expense of efficiency.
The need for unified, rapid-response teams is highlighted by how 40% of businesses fail to reopen following a disaster. Time is often of the essence during these periods, so efficiency in operations naturally leads to more successes and reduced business interruption.
“The Commercial Loss Experts network is a well-respected network because of the organization’s high standards,” Vanvari concludes. “The CLE holds members to very high ethical and professional standards. We at Flood Services Canada are both honoured to have been accepted as a member and thrilled to be a part of the group.”
For more information on Flood Services Canada and its services, visit www.FloodServices.ca. For more information on Commercial Loss Experts, visit www.CommercialLossExperts.com.
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