SERVPRO of Northeast Bergen County, part of a nationwide system of more than 1,500 franchises, reached the $1 billion mark in system-wide revenue in 2009.
It marked the first time in the franchiseâ€™s 40-year history that it reached the milestone.
The company, said a spokesperson, specializes in the emergency cleanup and restoration of fire- and water-damaged homes and businesses.
“The SERVPRO franchise system is built around solid core values,” said Owner Stanley Ulman. “As long as we provide superior service and focus on saving our clients money, we will continue to earn their business.”
The company saw double-digit volume growth, said Ulman, for the 10th time in 11 years.
“There’s just nothing quite like the look on a homeowner’s face after you have helped make it ‘Like it never even happened,’” he said. “We often see our customers at a very stressful and worrisome time in their lives. Its a great feeling to help put them back in control.”
Servpro Franchise’s Revenue Reaches $1 Billion Mark For The First Time
January 28, 2010 by Mark | 0 Comments