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Ferrandino & Son responds to Sandy

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Swift action by N.Y. contractor keeps Tri-State businesses open.

| November 7, 2012

 

When it became painfully clear that Hurricane Sandy had set her sights squarely on the northeast; into the hearts of big-city and small-town commerce, Ferrandino & Son’s Team of Storm Preparation and Disaster Recovery experts quickly mobilized across the Tri-State area in an effort to keep essential businesses operational.

“We have our corporate headquarters in Farmingdale, on New York’s Long Island”, said Peter Ferrandino, president and CEO of Ferrandino & Son. “We have a Call Center in Pennsylvania. We were equally vulnerable, but we focused on our many clients who were in the cross-hairs of this devastating storm. It was crucial that we remained proactively ahead of each of their needs so that they didn’t experience a disruption in their mission-critical services. We are grateful that our air-tight approach to Storm Management allowed them to stay fluid, and deliver necessary products and services to their customer base.”

For the last 20 years, Ferrandino & Son has been providing Hurricane Preparedness and Storm Recovery Services, which include board-ups; generator delivery, set-up and removal; flood and water damage repair; clean-ups; and general disaster recovery services.

In response to Hurricane Sandy, and the urgent need for food that many families are experiencing across Long Island, Ferrandino & Son will be making a donation to Island Harvest, which is the largest hunger relief organization on Long Island.

To learn more about Island Harvest, or to make a donation, we encourage you to visit their website at: www.islandharvest.org

Ferrandino & Son, Inc. is a National Leader in snow removal, landscaping, exterior maintenance; facility service and maintenance; general contracting; HVAC and environmental services.

To learn more about Ferrandino & Son, please call 866-571-4609, send an email to abruu@ferrandinoandson.com or visit www.ferrandinoandson.com  

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