CRC Restores Lt. Governor's Mansion

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Historic 132-year-old property is restored by CRC in Raleigh, NC.

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"Our teams worked through the nights and on weekends to help restore the 132 year old property."

CRC was commissioned to help restore the Lieutenant Governor's mansion in North Carolina. As of 2008, the offices of the Lieutenant Governor are located in the historic Hawkins-Hartness House on North Blount Street in Raleigh's Government District. CRC's meticulous detail and attentiveness to quality landed the contract that more than 8,000 contractors in the state had sought. "The house was in very bad shape," claims Chad Price of CRC, "Our teams worked through the nights and on weekends to help restore the 132-year-old- property."

CRC is North Carolina's largest restoration company and is one of the largest in the United States. CRC has more than 42 years of experience in fire damage, water damage, smoke damage and mold damage. CRC offers residential, commercial, and property management services, and provides 24/7 emergency response. CRC started in 1969 with just a handful of employees and has now grown into a full service operation. CRC is turn-key from start to finish with our own in house team. CRC is headquarterd in Apex, North Carolina with five branches across the state and in VA, SC, TN and AZ. CRC was recently ranked #1 in restoration and 20/50,000 top businesses by Business Journal Magazine.


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