Restoration Affiliates grows to 33 partners


ST. LOUIS, MO — Restoration Affiliates(RA), the national organization for independent restoration firms, has experienced major growth over the last year and now reaches more than 77 markets and includes 33 members, according to a press release.

RA also experienced more than $300 million in disaster restoration contracts in the last year.

The goal of RA is to establish a network of local knowledge, local relationships and local expertise in an effort to compete with national firms.

"By establishing a trusted peer-to-peer service network, we can provide a single-source solution nationally for all fire, water and storm related emergencies," Damon Gersh, founding RA member and President and CEO of Maxons Restorations Inc, said in the release.

Companies must be independently-owned, established market leaders who offer guaranteed emergency responses within two hours in order to join the organization.

“With the help of RA, all of our partners can guarantee the best service for their clients nationally," Debbie Bogar, president of Restoration Affiliates, added in the release. "And I’m happy to say that our members have increased capabilities, responsiveness and success due to their involvement in our organization.”

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