David Mason, Our Vice President of Operations and SERVPRO Restoration Services
Why SERVPRO Shines as a Property Recovery Service Company--Team Members Like David Mason
Restoration Service companies to treat properties in Ford City and the Greater Chicago locale are many. So Why does one, SERVPRO of Marquette Park / West Lawn / Ford City stand out? David Mason is one reason.
No company can fulfill customer expectations without the right mix of personnel and equipment led by proficient professionals. Marquette area property owners benefit from the expertise provided by David Mason, who is our promoted Vice President of Operations. His extensive background and commitment translate into outstanding outcomes for our residential customers and commercial clients.
David and SERVPRO go back together from 2006; tenacity and experience produce cleanup and restoration results second to none. David's awards and achievements throughout the years indicate successes in the field, which increase profitability and increasing our brand awareness. David has a lot of savvy through the BDP Business Development Program that he headed. He directed 90 SERVPRO franchises in achieving goals because of outstanding business relationships with leaders in the restoration industry throughout the country. This is the attitude that enhances our name in local communities, a sense of family, blended with a deep knowledge to achieve desired results.
Our SERVPRO franchise here in Chicago is a vital section of the National Storm Team that ranges far and wide to help after natural disasters like floods, wildfires, and hurricanes strike. Our Commercial Large Loss Team has been managed by David since 2014 and has gained recognition as being a go-to team to mitigate damages.
Our SERVPRO of Marquette Park / West Lawn / Ford City franchise is operated like a large family that pulls together to meet our customers' expectations. We are thankful that David Mason is part of the family. Trust us to help you recover a property loss by calling (773) 337-3993.
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