BELFOR Nashville Recovers Historic Theater
BELFOR was contacted by the county’s insurer to provide cleanup and repairs after a historic theater in Kentucky suffered damage from snow and rain. The accumulation of the water seeped into the front lobby, office
and concession areas. Other parts of the building that house county offices were also affected by the water
flowing into the structure.
According to Kentucky New Era, About an inch of ice accumulated Friday evening atop a foot of snow that remained from a winter storm earlier this week. As the temperature climbs above freezing, all of that accumulation is melting quickly. In addition, there's been a steady rain most of the day Saturday. One county official
said, “It looked like Niagara Falls”. The rest of the story and additional photos can seen at: Kentuck New Era.
BELFOR Nashville Russ Lannom Featured On BBQ PITMASTERS
BELFOR Nashville’s Russ Lannom and John Coon with House of Q Competition BBQ Team battled with
the elite on BBQ PITMASTERS. The episode aired May
17 on Destination America. Russ and John displayed the BBQ skills that got them a coveted spot on this championship series.
This is BBQ PITMASTERS sixth season which premiered April 12th. More information
about the show is on the web at BBQ PITMASTERS.
Russ Dailey Awarded Certified Restorer (CR)
BELFOR Nashville Tennessee General Manager Russ Dailey has attained the highest level of recognition and respect in the restoration field - Certified Restorer (CR). Dailey’s formal acceptance as a Certified Restorer makes him part of an elite group of professionals that have a proven track record of field experience in all major aspects of restoration as well as an extensive educational background including OSHA training, project management, commercial drying and building science.
The Certified Restorer is the highest recognition in the cleaning and restoration industry awarded to professionals engaged in property damage restoration resulting from fire, water, vandalism or other catastrophes. Since the inception of the CR in 1976, only 609 individuals have earned this designation.
BELFOR Nashville In Crawford's Top Ten
BELFOR Nashville is in the Top Ten list of mitigation contractors in the Crawford Contractor Connection’s Southern District. Monthly Contractor Report. The Southern District consists of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. BELFOR is recognized for keeping critical timelines for their clients while abiding by the best of the industry standards in mitigation.
Disaster recovery and restoration services for fire, storm and water damage in Nashville and surrounding areas.
A proven track record of rapid response and comprehensive services has made BELFOR the contractor of choice for homeowners, governments, corporations, businesses, educational facilities, and other property owners that have experienced property damage from fire, water, wind or other natural or man-made catastrophes.
BELFOR is the “Single Source Solution,” offering complete 24/7 emergency response services including: power generation, water extraction, emergency board up and barrier erection, temporary roofing, mold remediation, document freeze drying, structural drying, dehumidification, hazardous materials, electronics restoration, data recovery, duct cleaning, decontamination services, machinery retrofitting, vital records recovery, property salvage, contents restoration, project management, and consulting services. This single-source accountability allows the most streamlined and cost-effective path to final restoration and getting things back to normal.
BELFOR owns 100% of each location and does not have franchisees. This allows us to control quality and maintain consistency of our services in every office and to strategically manage equipment and assets on a national level. BELFOR owns the largest fleet of remediation equipment in North America and has exclusive agreements with major suppliers of power generators and other specialized disaster recovery equipment. This unmatched capacity helps ensure that the Nashville area will have the resources needed in the event of a region-wide event, such as a flood, earthquake, or sudden dramatic freeze.