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911 Restoration is available to handle your emergencies

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Posted at 6:04 PM, Jun 10, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-11 21:41:39-04

WESTLAND, Mich. (WXYZ) — As businesses are re-opening, getting ready in this new normal is the name of the game and a lot of folks can not do it alone.

7 Action News Reporter Andrea Isom introduces us to a metro Detroit crew that comes when they're called.

The company is called 911 Restoration. They are available to handle your emergencies. And with the COVID-19 pandemic, there was been a plethora of them.

This has been a busy bunch from the beginning and now, as the great state of Michigan started and continues to re-open, wearing HAZMAT suits and CDC and EPA approved sanitizing devices.

911 Restoration cleans every nook and cranny of any business or residence.

“We have dealt with businesses as small as 500 sq. feet, to bigger larger assembly plants like Chrysler. We’ve been to local businesses like T-Mobile stores, FedEx Offices and home care companies," says Harpreet Sachdeva, 911 Restoration Project Manager.

911 Restoration is a female, minority-owned company. It services all of metro Detroit and beyond.

“These services are not just for high franchises, they are also for inner-city small businesses, and residential customers, as well as essential workers. We’re can’t stress that enough. Because we know that they are putting their lives on the front line,” says Natasha Lee, 911 Restoration Project Manager.

If you are in need of their services, no matter how big or small, contact them at 911Restoration.com or 1-888-243-6653.

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