Press Release

Contact

Michele Donahue

United Services

[email protected]

United Services To Hold Continuing Education Course

United Services will hold a continuing education course at their offices in Lake Bluff, Ill. to cover disaster restoration and ultrasound technology.

Lake Bluff, IL - July 8, 2013

United Services To Hold Continuing Education Course - Image 1United Services will hold a continuing education course at their offices in Lake Bluff, Ill. to cover disaster restoration and ultrasound technology.

The class will take place July 11 from 9 a.m. to noon at the United Services building located at 124 Baker Road in Lake Bluff. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. Topics covered will be contents involved in properly loss and a review of the factors that affect the restorability of damaged contents. There will also be an overview of ultrasound technology and how it is used in disaster restoration, along with a hands-on demonstration. The course counts as three continuing education credits to the insurance industry.

“There are a number of factors to consider when it comes to restoring property after a disaster, including the cause, size and how much time has passed since the disaster occurred,” says Michele Donahue, director of business development for United Services. “As an experienced disaster restoration company, we know that this type of work requires special training, which is why we offer educational courses that industry professionals can attend in order to expand their knowledge and remain up-to-date on the latest restoration technologies and techniques.” 

United Services is an affiliate of Disaster Kleenup International, a network of leading property damage restoration contractors. They are locally-owned and operated with over 30 years experience providing restoration services for wind, fire, flooding, smoke, mold damage and more.

“Customers deserve to have the piece of mind of knowing that their restoration professional will promptly respond to any immediate emergency and will prepare an effective plan for cleanup, restoring contents and preventing future damages,” adds Donahue.

Those interested in attending the course can send an email to [email protected] for a registration form and can email the form back or fax it to 1-847-816-9899. 

United Services is a disaster cleanup and restoration contractor serving residential and commercial clients throughout Illinois and Wisconsin, including the Northern Chicago and Greater Kenosha areas. They provide services for damages caused by wind, fire, smoke, water, plumbing leaks and more. They offer 24-hour emergency service throughout their service area.

Top