Damage Control was recently called to perform some work for Keystone College. They called us in after a water line broke on the third floor of Fear Hall, sending water all the way down to the basement. Within just a few days, the DCI team had all the water damaged areas either dried or removed and ready to be restored.
Lincoln View Manor
When Lincoln View Manor in Carbondale had a dryer fire in April, they called Damage Control to help. CDI went in the day the fire happened and walked through with the facility manager and the Carbondale fire chief. We assessed the damage and began cleaning the structure immediately. They were very happy with the facility manager and the Carbondale fire chief. We assessed the damage and began cleaning the structure immediately. They were very happy with the results, as referenced by their Quality Questionnaire on page 4.
St. John the Baptist
St. John the Baptist Church in Throop had a lightning strike at the end of June that caused damage to its steeple. Damage Control immediately dispatched a crew to clean up debris and secure the scene. Then with the assistance of M J Spott Crane Rentals and Perry’s General Contracting, the steeple was promptly and safely removed from the structure.
A Big Welcome to Our New Employees
Damage Control would like you to meet some of our newer employees. In our next issue…meet our new Project Manager!
Jeff Banks, Team Leader
Jeff was hired as a technician in March of this year. He quickly showed us that he was capable of taking on additional responsibilities within the company, and was recently promoted to Team Leader.
Dan Wright, Technician
Dan is our newest employee. He started here in late April and has fit right in with the rest of the technicians, doing whatever is asked of him without complaint.
Damage Control is proud to offer courses at its facility which count as three Continuing Education credits for property and casualty license holders. Currently we offer three different courses which our President, Jeff Skrilow, teaches on a rotating basis:
Mitigating Water Damage
Mitigating Damage from Smoke, Odor and Soot
And the newly added
Understanding the Process Through the Eyes of the Insured
The courses are in the morning after which a catered lunch is provided for all attendees. A $10 fee is collected, which goes directly towards processing your credits. Damage Control submits the course information and fee to the State, and we send you a completion certificate.
We offer an average of one class per month. Michael Bracey, our Business Development Coordinator, will keep you informed of upcoming classes, but you should also ‘like’ Damage Control Inc. on Facebook for news on all of our upcoming events and CE courses.