Santa Ana, California (October 15th, 2015) — CEO and Founder of Archive Contents Restoration Franchise, Eric Ten Eyck, announced recently that he has taken his successful full service contents restoration business and scaled it into a franchise model.
“Archive is the first and only full service contents restoration franchise, filling a void in the insurance restoration industry” said Ten Eyck, adding “we have identified the key pain points of all channel partners in the contents restoration industry and have built a business model that addresses the challenges”.
Archive Contents is an established service company in Orange County California. This corporate location will host the franchise corporate offices and continue to serve as the test ground for products, services and business practices.
Currently approved in 37 states, Archive Contents Restoration Franchise is now meeting with franchise candidates across the US and Canada. Candidates that meet the requirements will be invited to a Discovery Day in early December where they will get an in depth look at the opportunity. “Discovery Day is when we pull back the curtains, so to speak, and let the attendees ask the hard questions” said Ten Eyck. The franchise “hard launch” will begin in early 2016 with a series of trade shows and marketing events.
Insurance carriers spend $92 billion annually in property restoration claims and until now, there was no unifying force on the contents side, to bring actionable business intelligence to the client, the carrier or the contractor. The current “Ad Hoc” nature of service in contents restoration is what fueled Ten Eyck to scale his business.
About The Company: Archive Contents Restoration Franchise is a full service Contents Restoration company located at 1960 E McFadden Ave. Santa Ana California. With a foundation in the dry cleaning industry, the company has evolved to include a complete contents solution in the event of fire, smoke, water or other environmental damages to homes and businesses.