Aquire Restoration, Inc. Merger in Madison, WI

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Aquire Restoration of Madison, Inc. “Acquires” Capital Remediation, Inc.

Madison, WI – July 1, 2016 – Substantial growth and a friendship amongst owners generates a merger of two restoration companies to create one with a management hierarchy that provides the highest level of customer service in the restoration industry.

Aquire Restoration of Madison, Inc. has been in operation for five years and has seen unprecedented growth thanks to following their core values and beliefs.  In order to continue operating with customer satisfaction as the number one priority, a merger was required to combine industry expertise, assets, and to continue putting our customers/clients’ needs first.

The management team will consist of: Jeff Edmunds; President of Aquire Restoration of Madison, Inc., Josh Duggan (formerly President of Capital Remediation, Inc.) will assume the Vice-President role and Jason Schmitt will continue to be the General Manager of Operations.

“You’re only as good as your last project,” says Mr. Edmunds, “but we want to be remembered by our customers and clients as providing a level of service that has never been seen in our industry.”

“Many restoration companies have gone out of business or scaled back their operations in the last year while, Aquire Restoration, Inc. and Capital Remediation, Inc. have grown by leaps and bounds and continue to grab market share. This merger is the perfect meshing of two companies that have the same strategies, but with slightly different strengths.  We believe we are creating one company to serve all the restoration needs of the residents and businesses of Southern WI,” says Mr. Duggan

Also, with this merge comes a new facility. Due to the number of employees, assets and operations that will be combined together, neither current facility would be sufficient to house the new larger company under either existing roof.  As of July 5, 2016, Aquire Restoration of Madison, Inc. will operate solely from 925 Applegate Road, Madison, WI 53713.  Office hours will continue to be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays, with, as always, emergency services available 24 hours a day to respond to any type of property damage.

“The increased staff will allow us to create a second-shift team to provide a higher level of customer service while not charging after-hours services calls until after 10 p.m. – which is unprecedented in our industry,” says Mr. Schmitt.

Our new facility, being the most centralized location out of any restoration company in the area is located on the south side of the beltline between Park Street and Fish Hatchery Road.  “This location will allow us to have the latest technology and processes in the industry” says Mr. Edmunds, “Quality isn’t expensive…It’s priceless!”

Contact:

Jeff Edmunds, President

jedmunds@aquirerestoration.com

925 Applegate Road

Madison, WI 53713

Office: 608.222.9222

Toll-Free: 877.267.9287

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