It’s Back to School for Coronado Flood Restoration
The Two most Influential Members of the Team are back for the New Year at Coronado Village Elementary
This is a bittersweet day for Coronado Flood Restoration.
The “CEO” and “CFO” of the Coronado-based water damage service company have gone back to school, leaving team morale at a summer-long low. John and Carmen Frederick, aged 9 and 6, respectively, have temporarily left their positions with the company to further their educational pursuits at Coronado Village Elementary School. While this may be a big loss for Coronado Flood Restoration, we believe the company will bounce back and continue to serve the community and all of their water damage cleanup needs.
The first day back to school may be tough for Coronado Flood Restoration, but John and Carmen are excited to be back and are ready to face the new school year together. Furthermore, this is great for the teachers and parents of Coronado Village Elementary School, as John and Carmen are on their best behavior and are a joy to be around.
Happy Back to School from Coronado Flood Restoration
In all seriousness, this is an exciting yet bittersweet time for the parents and students of Coronado Village Elementary. The new school year is an thrilling yet anxious time for the children and tough on the parents who miss spending the long summer days with their kids. Coronado Flood Restoration would like to extend all the best wishes to the children, parents, and teachers of Coronado Village Elementary School for a prosperous and successful academic year!
The Coronado Middle School Flood Damage Cleanup Project
Coronado Flood Restoration has a history and working relationship with the Coronado Unified School District, as a major water damage project was completed at Coronado Middle School this past March. The flooding was caused by a severe pipe burst, affecting the library, book vault, staff hall, nurse’s office, and computer server room. Despite the extensive amount of water damage cleanup needed, the project was completed in just four days time.
Coronado Middle School was restored to a pre-loss state in less than a week, and the staff and students were able to back to school work and their other regular educational activities.