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Environmental Restoration Company TERS to Open Albany Office

Total Environmental Restoration Solutions, Inc. Opens New Albany, NY, Location

ALBANY, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 03/31/14 -- Total Environmental Restoration Solutions, Inc. (TERS, Inc.), the tristate area's leading environmental cleanup and restoration company, announces the April 1st opening of a new branch office in Albany, New York. The new facility is located at 25 Post Road, Albany, NY 12205. With two office locations -- one in Watertown, NY, and Nanuet, NY -- already serving a wide East Coast area, TERS, Inc. is excited for this northern expansion.

TERS, Inc. takes pride in the services they provide and the support they offer to their clients in times of need. From fire and water damage mitigation and restoration to drying to mold testing and remediation to emergency environmental cleanup, TERS technicians are fully prepared to take care of a cleanup of any size.

"We are very excited to be expanding our offices to the Albany area," says Gary (Gadi) Shaked, President of TERS. "Having another office location will allow us to better serve customers to the north. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, offering around-the-clock remediation and emergency cleanup support to our clients. The new facility will strengthen our rapid response to the greater Albany area."

In many years of business, TERS, Inc. remains committed to providing cost-effective and high-quality remediation and restoration services to the community. Keeping open the line of communication on all stages of every project, from estimate to equipment setup to a free environmental inspection after any fire or water mitigation, TERS, Inc. puts each customer's safety and satisfaction first.

All TERS, Inc. services are cost-effective, eco-friendly, and come with three year warranty. They include:

  • Fire and Water Damage Restoration
  • Disaster Recovery (CAT)
  • Hurricane Cleanup
  • Document Recovery
  • Mold Testing and Remediation
  • Air Quality Assessment
  • Asbestos & Lean Abatement
  • Emergency Environmental Cleanup
  • Digitization & Scanning Department
  • Drying (with all equipment in-house)

The TERS Albany branch will be fully equipped with state-of-the-art environmental and mitigation equipment, and will offer the same excellent level of expertise and customer satisfaction. All TERS technicians and supervisors are fully trained in expert disaster recovery, emergency drying, remediation, and restoration. As a policy the company stands firmly behind, TERS, Inc. uses all in-house services and equipment, and will continue to do so at this new branch.

TERS, Inc. services New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and New York City. Call 877-777-3117 for your consultation today.

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TERS Total Environmental Restoration Solutions Inc.
Gary (Gadi) Shaked, President
410 East Route 59
Nanuet, NY 10954
Phone: 877-777-3117
www.ters.com/contact_us/

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