FIRESERVICE DISASTER KLEENUP RENEWS MEMBERSHIP WITH DKI
June 4, 2018 – DKI, North America’s largest disaster restoration contracting organization, today announced that Fireservice Disaster Kleenup of Fort Meyers, FL has renewed its DKI franchise memberships to continue to provide services to the southwest counties of Lee, Sarasota, Collier and Charlotte.
In order to be eligible to renew, Fireservice had to meet DKI’s standards, which involve passing background checks, providing proper licenses, insurance minimums and certifications, fulfilling a minimum volume of work, and other requirements issued for all DKI member companies.
By remaining with the DKI Network, Fireservice will be able to continue to utilize DKI’s sales and marketing support, network tools and resources, 24-hour call center, year-round trainings and workshops, and participate in DKI’s various co-op programs.
“We are delighted to continue our partnership with Fireservice Disaster Kleenup, and look forward to helping them develop their markets and provide value to our growing network,” said Charles Ebersole, DKI’s CEO.
Fireservice President Dave Bonanno is pleased that his company has been a part of DKI for over 22 years and meets DKI’s high standards for continued franchise membership, since it has always stood for excellence in the industry. Being in business for over 48 years and having the opportunity to work in partnership with the finest quality restoration contractors in the DKI network has allowed Fireservice to expand its scope of services and stay up to date on industry knowledge, equipment and training.
“Fireservice is looking forward to continued success with the DKI Team,” said Bonanno.
About Fireservice Disaster Kleenup
For over 40 years, Fireservice Disaster Kleenup has been helping families and businesses in Fort Myers, Naples and Charlotte recover from the effects of flood, fire, water damage, mold, storms, and biohazardous emergencies. Locally owned and operated, Fireservice is an affiliate partner of DKI, and is equipped to handle your emergency service needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.