"An ERA allows them to lean on us to see the big picture and navigate the right solution to get our partner back to business as quickly as possible," explained Leo Grover, owner of Pinnacle Emergency Management.
West Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2014
Pinnacle Emergency Management, Sacramento’s premier disaster recovery and loss mitigation company, makes getting businesses back up and running after a disaster easy for business and property owners and managers. An Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) is the best way for a business to guarantee it has a supportive partner for its emergency restoration needs should a loss occur. Pinnacle Emergency Management also now offers emergency planning sessions for their clients with an ERA in place. This includes interfacing with the clients' insurance broker or agent to make sure they have adequate coverage. If a loss occurs, Pinnacle Emergency Management's expert staff handles a loss from beginning to end, keeping the business owner focused on supporting customers’ needs during that stressful time.
In the case of an area-wide disaster or a situation, like the massive fire at Roseville's Westfield Galleria mall, dozens of businesses needed restoration immediately and all of them were seeking partners at the same time. Those businesses with an established ERA in place were be given priority attention for their loss. It benefitted those businesses because they already had a relationship with a restoration partner; they didn’t need to research them while in crisis. Pinnacle Emergency Management has an ERA in place with many of the Sacramento region’s leading property owners, managers and large businesses. They have managed losses for organizations like: UC Merced, Mikuni Sushi’s, Fulcrum Management, Zocalo Roseville's, OMNI, Nelson Properties, David Taylor Interests, Colliers International, AKT Development and many more.
Pinnacle Emergency Management handles a client’s loss from start to finish by managing all restoration activities, including multiple contractors and insurance claim logistics. They also act as intermediary for clients, insurance companies and the property owner or manager, when appropriate. Pinnacle also offers consulting and support for emergency communications with local media, when appropriate. Emergency Response Agreements illustrate all of these things in detail so that the client knows exactly what to expect when they have a need.
“Our clients are already burdened with enough stress while in an emergency,” explained Leo Grover, owner of Pinnacle Emergency Management. “An ERA allows them to lean on us to see the big picture and navigate the right solution to get our partner back to business as quickly as possible. We want to help our clients plan ahead and be ready in the event a sudden or accidental disaster occurs.”
Learn about the new Emergency Response Agreement by calling Pinnacle at 855-445-0291 or visit http://www.pinnacle-emergency.com.
About the company:
Established in 2005, Pinnacle Emergency Management is proud to be the leading provider of restoration services in Northern California and Northern Nevada. Pinnacle’s technicians have seen the devastation of some of the nation’s worst disasters including 9/11 and Hurricanes Ike and Katrina. Pinnacle focuses on the big picture, reaching beyond restoration to introduce analysis and planning to our customers in addition to creative solutions that minimize business income interruption. Pinnacle challenges the traditional reactive thinking when facing an emergency with sequential logic to disaster planning. For more information, visit their website at http://www.pinnacle-emergency.com.