May 26, 2010 // Franchising.com // Ft. Lauderdale, FL – Known across the nation as the "Paramedics of Property Damage™," PuroClean technicians are called to help save a family's home from disaster on an upcoming episode of The Style Network's "Clean House: Search For The Messiest Home In The Country."
In each new "Clean House: Search for the Messiest Home in the Country" episode, host Niecy Nash, interior design guru Mark Brunetz, yard sale diva Trish Suhr, go-to-guy Matt Iseman and guest host Lisa Arch (on select episodes), are on a mission to help families regain control of their messy homes. After addressing the root causes of a homeowner's clutter, the "Clean House" crew makes its way through the mountains of "stuff," determining what must go. Discarded items are sold at a giant public yard sale with proceeds matched by the show going towards a much-needed home makeover.
"We're honored that the Clean House team asked us to help one of these families take control of their home, and their lives, because that is truly what we specialize in," said Lauren Reid, CEO of PuroClean. "Every day, our technicians across the country are called to the scene of property disasters caused by fires, floods, mold and other trauma events. But we understand that we're dealing with more than just damaged property, so we strive to help people regain their sense of security by properly explaining the situation, taking the burden from the homeowner, and restoring the property to its original condition."
"Clean House" producers met with a handful of property restoration companies before selecting PuroClean to handle the emergency situation at one of the messiest homes in the country.
"We were amazed at the professionalism and compassion of the PuroClean team," said Jody Jennings, Senior Merchandising Producer with The Style Network. "They understand how sensitive you must be when dealing with a family that is facing such hazardous living conditions, and they did an amazing job in helping to restore the home."
Tune into The Style Network each Wednesday at 10/9 p.m. CT for a chance to find out which family needed PuroClean's help to bring their home and life to order. The special two-hour finale episode, unveiling the messiest home in the country, airs on June 30, 2010.
PuroClean is a leader in property damage restoration and has earned the trust of property owners, insurance professionals and home service providers throughout the United States and Canada since 2001. Backed by a comprehensive network of more than 300 franchise offices and a national training and business support center, each PuroClean office responds promptly to property emergencies demonstrating a high degree of professionalism and compassion. PuroClean certified technicians are thoroughly screened, insured and trained in utilizing the latest in mitigation technology and procedures throughout the remediation process while operating under a strict code of ethics. In addition to serving the needs of property owners, PuroClean offers hundreds of continuing education classes each year to insurance professionals and property service providers nationwide. Last year, PuroClean trained more than 10,500 insurance professionals nationwide helping them earn their continuing education credits.
Based in Los Angeles, Comcast Entertainment Group operates E! Entertainment Television, the 24-hour network with programming dedicated to the world of entertainment, and E! Online; The Style Network, the destination for women 18-49 with a passion for the best in relatable, inspiring and transformational lifestyle programming; and G4, offering the last word on gaming, technology, animation, interactivity and "geek culture" for the male 18-34 demo. E! is currently available to 97 million cable and satellite subscribers in the U.S. and the E! Everywhere initiative underscores the company's dedication to making E! content available on all new media platforms any time and anywhere from online to broadband video to wireless to radio to VOD. The Style Network currently counts 65 million cable and satellite subscribers and Mystyle.com keeps women up to date on all the latest fashion and beauty news on the web. G4 is available in 69 million cable and satellite homes nationwide and G4tv.com is a top web destination for video game news and information.