Polygon recently reached out to us and invited us to share a press release regarding their new document restoration center in Fairfield, California. Priding ourselves on relevant and important news in the safety industry, we felt it was necessary to pass the information along to our readers.
Polygon Press Release:
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September 17, 2013 – Polygon, a leading property damage restoration and document recovery company has opened a new document center at their Fairfield, CA location. The new center will be overseen by Document Service Director, James Gilbert who has over 16 years in the document recovery industry.
The Fairfield document restoration center enables us to more easily provide recovery services for materials damaged from water, fire and other harmful elements to our west coast customers.The ability for us to respond to the needs of a business quickly is imperative, especially when moisture damage is a factor. Otherwise, we begin to have to address mold concerns, as well as the initial moisture damage.
Joe Perko, who worked at Rapid Refile, LLC prior to its acquisition by Polygon, will be the west coast representative for Polygon’s document remediation services.
The new document restoration center offers all of the document services available at other Polygon centers, including vacuum freeze drying, desiccant low pressure air drying, cleaning, odor neutralization, sterilization and gamma irradiation. The Fairfield location also performs digital imaging, secure destruction, off-site storage and other document related services.
Our technicians are trained to recommend the best means of drying or cleaning damaged materials to get the best results possible with the least amount of interruption for any company or organization.
With the addition of the new Fairfield center, Polygon now has 24 locations throughout the United States offering property damage, document recovery, humidity control and related disaster recovery services. The company also has 3 locations in Canada.
Polygon is a global provider of property damage restoration, temporary humidity control and property performance services. They provide 24 hour service and are continually investing in their people, technology and equipment. Their mission is to create value for their customers by delivering quick Response, absolute Reliability and outstanding Results, in the mitigation, control and prevention of the effects of water, humidity and fire.
About James Gilbert
James Gilbert is Polygon’s Document Services Director. He has over 16 years of experience in the document recovery business and has overseen restoration projects during nearly every natural disaster in the US over this time. His primary concern with every project is ensuring that the best restoration methods are used for each situation to provide optimal results. Prior to joining Polygon, James Gilbert was the Vice President of Rapid Refile, LLC.
About Joe Perko
Joe Perko is Polygon’s West Coast Document Remediation representative. He has over 11 years of experience in the document restoration industry and was named Northeast Document Specialist for a global document recovery and restoration firm from 2004-2007. Joe has engineered and performed recovery projects for major universities and government agencies across the US. Prior to joining Polygon, Joe Perko was the Director of Field Services at Rapid Refile, LLC.
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