Giving $100 off Insurance deductibles to launch new Water Damage Cleanup service

Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom is celebrating their new cleanup service by giving $100off Insurance deductibles. Further information can be found at http://www.waterremovalandcleanup.com

Folsom, United States - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

In a slightly different approach to launching its new Water Damage Cleanup service, Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom, a Water Damage Restoration in Folsom, Delaware County has decided it will giving $100off Insurance deductibles, and this is expected to take place Summer.

Where most businesses tend to just post some online ads and leave it as that, Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom has decided to be a little more unique with the start of its new Water Damage Cleanup service.

Doron Levi, CEO at Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom, says: “We wanted to be unique with the launch of our new Water Damage Cleanup service because We really wanted to ease the burden on customers since they’re going though a tough time with water damage in their house.

It should be really worthwhile and we’re hoping it I hope this promotion will bring more relief for clients. It should go great unless we anger the Gods in some way!”

Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom has always made a point of standing out when compared to other Water Damage Restorations in the Folsom, Delaware County area. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways it does so.

This is a great chance for Folsom, Delaware County residents to This promotion is great way for us to be active and part of the local community in Delaware county and support a Local, family and veteran owned local business.

Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom has been serving the Folsom, Delaware County area since 2015. To date it has served over 15,000 customers and has become recognized as The business is recognized by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. It can be found on Morton Ave near My business is located in the Rutledge area near the Morton-Rutledge train station.

Doron Levi also said: “While Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom may not be the only business with this kind of offering, local residents are choosing Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom because Client call us because they need fast and efficient water damage cleanup .”

Current and future clients can also leave a review about this new flood damage cleanup service,

When asked about the new Water Damage Cleanup service, Doron Levi said: “We think it’s going to be a hit because it’s a very unique offer in this industry”.

Further information about Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom and the new Water Damage Cleanup service can be discovered at http://www.waterremovalandcleanup.com/service-areas/flood-water-removal-folsom-pa/.

Contact Info:
Name: Doron Levi
Organization: Elite Water Damage Restoration of Folsom
Address: 1196 Morton Ave, Folsom, PA 19033, United States
Phone: +1-484-477-4924

For more information, please visit http://www.waterremovalandcleanup.com/service-areas/flood-water-removal-folsom-pa/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346040

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