If a catastrophic event affects your business, you want immediate help. At Paul Davis, we understand that every hour your business is down means lost revenue. Through our First Priority program, Paul Davis Restoration of Central Michigan offers a free restoration contingency solution for risk managers, property managers, and facility directors.
Our staff has the necessary experience to understand how to effectively assess businesses damaged by water, fire, wind, and natural disasters in Central Michigan. We ensure an expedient return of your property to a pre-loss or better condition; thus returning efficiency and profitability to your properties with the least amount of disruption possible.
Some of the highlights of the First Priority Program are:
- Disaster restoration planning and consultation
- Priority emergency services within hours following a catastrophe
- Complete property cleanup, restoration, and reconstruction services
- Personal Account Managers
- Free staff seminars
- Insurance carrier consultations
- Contents (textiles, documents, fixtures, computers, electronics) cleaning and restoration
First Priority helps your business prepare for a disaster before it occurs. We’ll develop a customized plan to prevent future damage, facilitate disaster recovery, and minimize loss of revenue. By creating a plan ahead of time, you make sure that your organization gets back on its feet as fast as possible with minimal interruption in your daily operations.
The destructive effects of property damage disasters go beyond the damage to the structure itself. The contents of the building are also affected. The interruption affects your staff, your customers and most importantly, your revenue. The Paul Davis First Priority program is designed to give you peace of mind that your business is prepared for the worst and ensures the fastest and most efficient response time possible as you begin the recovery process should disaster strike.
To learn more about the Paul Davis First Priority Program, Call Paul! 888-880-4PDR
Learn more about the First Priority Program.