NY Mold Restoration Company, Wolf Disaster Services, Makes Headlines in Time of Need

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Wolf Disaster Services, whose owner recently made headlines for being a good Samaritan, is announcing the launch of their company website.

Wolf Disaster Services, a fully licensed and certified water, fire, smoke, flood and mold damage remediation company, announces the launch of its website, http://www.wolfdisasterservices.com. The Long Island-based company services residential and commercial clients throughout Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens and Metropolitan New York City areas. Wolf Disaster Services understands the personal items are the eyes to a family’s history and memories, and always takes the utmost care to protect the property. Their goal is helping and supporting the community in emergency situations when they have no one else to call. Whether it's mold, flooding after a burst pipe or leaking radiator, or protecting and restoring a fire damaged home, now homeowners have someone to call.

Wolf Disaster Services was founded in 2012 by owner Rich Murray, known as “The Wolf” for his quick problem solving and ability to think outside the box.

"I’ve been there and we can help," said Murray. "After my family and I emotionally and physically rebuilt from Superstorm Sandy, I decided to take life’s lesson and dedicate myself to helping others in similarly scary, unfamiliar and dangerous situations."

Through wolfdisasterservice.com, Murray's team now reaches more customers. Ironcially the internet played an important role in some of their recent work, when Wolf's Disaster Services made headlines of their own.

Queens Village resident Nicole Johnson was one of many residents who petitioned New York City to do something about the flooding they experienced in their basements during torrential rainstorms. The Department of Environmental Protection completed a project in April that was supposed to ease sidewalk flooding issues. Three times after that, the Johnson family experienced flooding of their basement apartment from sewage backing up through their plumbing, spurting out of the tub and other fixtures. The combination of property damage, health risks and insurance payments left Ms. Johnson and her family in a bind waiting for the city to help.

As Murray heard about the story, he flashed back to the issues that his family experienced in the aftermath of Sandy and knew he had to help. He reached out to the Johnsons to offer his services free of charge. Arriving on the scene the next day, Murray and his team cleaned the apartment, removing all waste and water and taking steps to assure that any health risks were mitigated. The job would normally have cost about $3,000, but the Wolf Disaster Services Team would not accept any payment. They knew it was the right thing to do and the Daily News followed up with a story about Wolf's generosity. Wolf's website contains testimonials from Ms. Johnson, as well as other customers, and describes all of Wolf's services and accreditations.

"We are fully dedicated to our customers and are always continuing our education within the industry," said Murray. "We are a part of several associations and organizations from the Restoration Industry Association (RIA), New York Rug Cleaners Institute, National Association of Mold Professionals (NAMP) and many more."

Wolf Disaster Services will also help when the adjustor get the claims paid as quickly as possible. For 24/7 emergency service, call (516) 590-5063. To read the story on the Daily News that was released on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 Click Here

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