Wood Dale, IL – Disaster Kleenup International, Inc., North America''s largest disaster restoration contracting organization, today announced that DKI Member Company, Cleanrite-Buildrite has appointed Curtis Chamberlain as the new Branch Manager for its Chico location. Cleanrite-Buildrite, headquartered in ChicoCalifornia has been providing restoration services since 1959 and has been a Member of DKI since 2003.
Mr. Chamberlain began his career at Cleanrite-Buildrite in 1997 as a Carpet Cleaner. He was quickly promoted to a Book Keeper and then a Project Manager. In 2005 he took a position as a Team Manager and in 2007 he opened the Yuba City location. Mr. Chamberlain holds IICRC certifications in Carpet Cleaning, Odor Control, Applied Structural Drying, Water Damage Restoration, Fire and Smoke Restoration and Applied Microbial Remediation.
"Having Curtis come back to Chico is a great stride for our Chico Office. Not only is he our longest tenured employee but he is someone that has shown he has the organizational and leadership skills to improve what is already great,'' said Chris Hill, Cleanrite-Buildrite General Manager.
Cleanrite-Buildrite is the largest and most reliable cleaning and restoration contractor in the Northern California area, serving insurance companies and commercial clients. Cleanrite-Buildrite also handles all personal and commercial needs for carpet, rug, tile and upholstery cleaning.
Cleanrite-Buildrite is committed to delivering 100% customer satisfaction while providing the finest cleaning and restoration services and products in Northern California from Sacramento to Mt.Shasta. Cleanrite-Buildrite has many offices and locations to serve our many customers throughout the CaliforniaNorthState. Our main facilities house the administration personal as well as the large fleet of vehicles, tools and equipment specialized for all your cleaning and restoration needs.
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