ACCORD Restoration Acquires Welsh Construction’s Insurance Restoration Division

November 20, 2012

ACCORD Restoration acquired Baltimore-based Welsh Construction Remodeling’s Insurance Restoration Division. The acquisition will expand ACCORD Restoration’s reach and client base, however little else is expected to change. Welsh Construction Remodeling will continue to focus and operate solely on its retail construction and remodeling business.

Expect Business as Usual

While current Welsh insurance restoration staff and customers can expect a slight change in the company name, the remainder will be business as usual.

“Our top priorities with this acquisition are maintaining the integrity of the staff, and continuing to serve Welsh’s insurance restoration customers with first-rate service and restoration expertise,” states ACCORD Restoration owner, Frank Nemshick. “For fifty one years, Welsh Construction Remodeling has built a reputation of having quality personnel and delivering outstanding workmanship. There is a lot of symmetry between the two organizations. It’s a natural fit, and we are thrilled to be combing them into a new and powerful Maryland restoration team.”

The new ACCORD-Welsh Restoration team will service customers in Maryland through the existing Baltimore, Maryland headquarters of ACCORD Restoration. Staff is expected to remain the same, providing a seamless transition for existing customers.

Acquisition to Further Company’s Healthy Growth

Earlier this year, ACCORD Restoration announced the opening of its fourth branch location in Lancaster, Penn. Other locations include the company’s headquarters in Baltimore, Md., a location in Millsboro, Del. serving the Eastern Shore region, and the company’s first Pennsylvania location in Harrisburg. The Welsh Construction Remodeling Insurance Restoration Division acquisition will help expand the company’s Maryland service area, fostering continued healthy growth.

 

Source: ACCORD Restoration

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