August 4, 2017
Many of us are packing our bags to enjoy one last trip to the beach or a family get-a-way before school starts back in just a few short weeks. As we check to make sure we have plenty of sunscreen or confirm our hotel reservations, take a few extra minutes to protect your home while […]Continue reading this post...
Do you keep things around your house just in case you need it again in the future? Do you have clothes that no longer fit, but you keep because you plan to lose those few pounds and wear it again? Do you have a hard time just throwing things away? If you can answer yes […]Continue reading this post...
April 3, 2017
When we think of disasters that can affect our businesses, we often think of floods, fires and tornadoes, but are you prepared in case a blackout or computer virus attempt to cripple your business? I was talking to a small business owner recently about some of his upcoming jobs. In the discussion, he mentioned the […]Continue reading this post...
March 6, 2017
Did you know… North Carolina averages 26 tornadoes, 3 tornado fatalities and 39 tornado injuries each year Tornadoes most frequently occur in the late afternoon and early evening hours Damage from straight line thunderstorm winds can look like and be just as bad as tornado damage on April 16, 2011, there were 30 confirmed tornadoes […]Continue reading this post...
February 28, 2017
We’ve all heard the line…”disaster can strike at any time” and in the restoration industry, PHC sees disasters firsthand all the time. Disasters can hit a homeowner in the form of fire damage, water damage or storm damage and since most can strike without notice, we would like to pass along some tips for putting together an Emergency Supply Kit for your family which can help in any situation. Here is a list of items that would be good to have on hand:Continue reading this post...
October 11, 2016
How often do you need to replace the smoke alarms in your home? We all know that we should change the batteries when we change our clocks, but how many of us know that we need to replace our smoke detectors every 10 years? Smoke alarms tend to be one of the things we put […]Continue reading this post...
August 30, 2016
FEMA recognizes September as National Preparedness Month (#NatlPrep) and since there are numerous tropical storms and hurricanes stirring in the tropics this week, I thought I would share some basic preparedness tips. First, it is important that every family member knows where to go and who to contact if an emergency arises. Have an evacuation […]Continue reading this post...
June 29, 2016
Summer is officially among us. Time to enjoy family vacations, weekends at the beach, afternoon swims in the pool, summer camps and outdoor barbeques! In preparation for 4th of July cookouts this weekend, I thought it would be a good time to share some grilling safety tips published by the National Fire Prevention Agency to […]Continue reading this post...
December 4, 2014
Holiday lights are a fun way to decorate our homes year around both inside and outside, but are seem to be more festive and popular during the Christmas season. If you are planning on hanging lights on your home on in trees this holiday season, please remember these safety tips:
• Only use lights that have been tested by a reputable testing lab (such as UL approved) to ensure they meet safety standards
• Check for broken lights and frayed wires
• Discard any lights with apparent damage
• Do not strand more than three strands of light together
November 17, 2014
Have you thought about how you are going to cook your Thanksgiving turkey this year? While most of us prefer the traditional butter basted roasted turkey, fried turkeys have become increasingly popular over the last decade especially in the south. If you are thinking about changing up your turkey tradition and considering frying your turkey this year, here are a few safety tips to help keep you and your home safe.Continue reading this post...
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The word you use as a company motto is “compassion”. Every one of you certainly live up to that motto every single day! We felt it the first day we met Josh and every single day thereafter. Thank you for a wonderful journey as you helped us put our lives and our home back together. We are eternally grateful!
This letter is to let you all know what a fantastic job you all did on rebuilding and restoring our home. Me, my son and wife congratulate you all for a perfect job. Each and every employee who had anything to do with our house was so professional, polite and did everything we asked them to. Job well done. Thanks to you all, we can enjoy our new home for the rest of our lives.
PHC has demonstrated the skill, good judgement, and polite service. Through their employees who are all trained to do their jobs very well with full dedication to customer satisfaction. Thanks to all!
My assistant project manager was very helpful with decisions and kept us informed on the progress of repairs and changes. Everyone that worked at our house was always courteous and helpful and did a superior job. You have a great staff and we would recommend you to anyone. We are enjoying our home.
This is the second job PHC has done for us. We are extremely pleased with all components of their work. We are recommending PHC to ALL of our friends.
Given the situation we were dealing with, PHC came right in that evening and started clean-up. PHC walked us through every aspect of our repairs/replacement. They were amazing and made the entire process seamless. Overall, we are thrilled with the final results. I never imagined it would have turned out this beautiful. PHC made this initial terrible experience and experience we will never forget.
Everyone was so friendly, courteous and knowledgeable. Quality of work exceeded our expectations. We have already highly recommended you guys to people we know. Thanks for everything!
I’m in the building trades and feel qualified to say that your crew was better than excellent in all phases. By the end it felt more like a labor of love than a job contract.
I could not ask for a better crew. Everyone was professional and courteous. My home even looks better than before! I will recommend you to everyone I meet.
Many thanks for the super fine job your crew did on my flood damage. You evaluated the damage and reacted quickly. Keep up the good work!
Thank you for taking care of our home repair in a timely manner. You were a pleasure to work with.
Your company came to our rescue so rapidly when the accident occurred, which was a great relief. Your work has added value and pride to our home!
Thank you for everything that you have done. I never imagined it would turn out so beautiful! Your crews are very courteous and kind. They’ve done an outstanding job.
We gratefully applaud your crews. Their work was top notch. They were polite, eager to answer questions, clean in their work and showed respect for our home. They work well together as a team.
Just a note to thank you so very much for the great job you did in cleaning our church after it had been vandalized recently. Thank you so much for the prompt attention to our Church also! It meant a great deal to our Church Family to be able to have our regular Sunday services in the Sanctuary that day.
Your crew demonstrated professionalism throughout the restoration, were experienced and did a wonderful job in every aspect. The renovation turned out more beautiful than I could have imagined and I know we will enjoy it for many years to come.
I am very happy to be back in my house. Thank you for making it possible within a reasonable amount of time. You certainly are to be commended for your professionalism.
On a scale of 1 to 10 your company is an 11! Everyone at our church is satisfied – not one complaint – all cheers! Everything was done as requested, on time, and above our expectations.
We are very pleased with the work done by Professional Home Care. Your thoroughness and consideration relieved us of many concerns and returned our home to its original state with a minimal amount of time and confusion.