ARS Restoration Specialists merges with The RESCON Group

September 07, 2018 - Owners Developers & Managers

Newton, MA According to ARS Restoration Specialists, providers of 24/7 emergency disaster restoration and reconstruction services for residential and commercial properties, they have merged with The RESCON Group. RESCON serves customers in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Southern regions of the U.S. Founded in the Boston metro area more than three decades ago, ARS currently operates across New England, including seven offices in four states. 

With complementary service offerings and a shared commitment to excellent customer service, this merger brings together the most qualified restoration experts in the industry and presents an ideal opportunity for ARS to expand its reach and better serve customers throughout the country. With three decades in business and a history of working with RESCON leadership, the merger will enable both ARS and RESCON to mobilize more resources quickly in the face of a disaster throughout the country.

“Our focus has always been on our customers and providing timely and professional service. We are fortunate to join forces with the RESCON team, who share our core values and commitment to serving others,” said Rich Piltch, ARS Restoration Specialists founder and strategic advisor. 

“Together, we can reach more customers throughout the country, helping to mitigate risk and remediate issues quickly in the face of a disaster. It is truly rewarding to combine our resources, seasoned leadership and thirty plus years of industry expertise for the betterment of our customers nationwide.”

“Rich and I have been fortunate to work together for more than two decades, giving us the opportunity to appreciate our similar philosophy and commitment to a core value system in serving our team, our customers and our community,” said Bill Graham, President and CEO, The RESCON Group. “This merger was a natural evolution of our business and a seamless transition for our customers as we prioritize their needs and continue to identify opportunities to grow our business.”

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