We sponsored a hole at the AHBA 2011 Golf Tournament. There were a lot of good golfers out there (drivers anyway). We gave away a sleeve of golf balls for the worst shot from each team. It was a good event. It is important to First Restoration Services to give back and support our local associations.
First Restoration Services of Asheville specializes in smoke odor removal and cleaning of all types in Buncombe, Henderson, Transylvania counties, and surrounding areas. First Restoration Services is also the only restoration contractor west of Charlotte that has the Esporta Wash System and the Fireline Ultrasonics Cleaning System.
Disasters Happen. We Take Care of Them All. 828-684-1582 or 800-537-6151.
Chris Silliman owner of First Restoration Services is recognized in the new issue of Restoration & Remediation, RIA monthly magazine. He was recognized for being a leader in the industry and chosen to be on the redevelopment team of the CR (Certified Restorer) program.
To Read the article online Click Here (pg 54)
First Restoration Services’ Owner and Contents Depart Manager have hit the road to the Windy City, Chicago. They are attending the RIA (Restoration Industry Association) Strictly Contents event.
First Restoration Services is always keeping up with not only the latest technology (Fireline System) but also the best techniques to help ensure we are providing our customers the best quality of work possible.
FRS Fireline System (only one in WNC)
Today, please take a moment to lock your car door, walk around the vehicle before entering, and always buckle up!
Make it a great day and a safe one.
“We all have the desire to feel important…”we have heard from greats such as Dale Carnegie and Mary Kay Ash. One of the simplest yet most neglected ways is to listen! Sounds so easy doesn’t it? Try it! Practice on your peers, family,etc. Genuinely listen. Sherri
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PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Forecasters expect Tropical Storm Katia to become a hurricane again out in the Atlantic but they’re not sure where it’s headed yet.
WPBF 25 News meteorologist Eric Burris said Friday morning that the computer models for Katia, which was downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm on Thursday, show a possible western movement, which means South Florida could be in play if the system re-organizes. Earlier in the week, forecasters agreed it was most likely going to re-curve back out to sea.
Meanwhile, Gulf Coast states are in for a drenching from a slow-moving tropical system that has already prompted Louisiana’s governor to declare a state of emergency.
Tropical storm warnings are out from Mississippi to Texas including New Orleans. The National Hurricane Center says the depression in the Gulf of Mexico will dump 10 to 15 inches of rain over southern areas of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama through Sunday and as much as 20 inches in some spots. By Friday, it could become Tropical Storm Lee.
Early forecasts are for landfall early Saturday afternoon in south-central Louisiana, though the National Weather Service says it’s too early for a firm time or location.
According to a hurricane center chart, maximum sustained winds could reach 60 mph by Saturday.
Forecasters also expect Tropical Storm Katia to become a hurricane again out in the Atlantic but they’re not sure where it’s headed yet.
Read more: http://www.wpbf.com/weather/29059859/detail.html#ixzz1WngrtzQs