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Coaches Catastrophe Cleaning Services

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2643 E. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti, MI 48198


Business Overview

Since 1980, Coach's has been working with most insurance carriers and some of the largest business across Michigan.  With certified restorers, water loss specialists and more that 50 IICRC certified technicians on staff, our clients' catastrophe cleaning needs are met each and every day.  Whether the catastrophe has occurred in a home, school, business or other organization, Coach's commitment is to mitigate the damage quickly to minimize downtime and the potential for more serious problems.  Specialized expertise, strong client-focus and reliable professionals.  These are the tenets upon which Coach's was founded in 1980 and they are the quality that drive each of our employees today.  

We are also the leader in providing FREE Continuing Education classes to insurance agents, adjusters and other industry professionals seeking to stay abreast with industry changes and compliance requirements.  

Coach's is proud to be a founding member of IMACC [Independent Mitigation and Cleaning/Conservation Network] which is dedicated to bringing the highest quality mitigation and restorative services together with the finest, most customer service focused insurers in ways that promote efficiency, well documented communication, and cost effective claim resolutions.  


Sustainable Business Practices

Coachs Catastrophe Cleaning Services specializes in carpet cleaning, water remediation, and fire restoration. They have increased the amount of recycled materials by 30% over the past year. On average, the company makes three to four trips per week to recycling drop-off centers to recycle such items as paper products, packaging material, wood debris and scrap metal. Coachs commonly reuses boxes and paper when moving items in and out of fire damaged or flooded homes. Some furniture damaged in a fire or flood cannot always be restored to its original condition, and when this occurs, often the customer and their insurance agency recommend the item be discarded. As an effort to both keep these items out of the landfill and help their community at the same time, Coachs cleans and dries these items at their own expense and donates them to local charities. Employees also collect pop bottles and cans, which the company matches dollar for dollar and the money is donated to families in need. With all of these programs in place, it is easy to see why Coachs has been honored in the past with the Environmental Excellence Award in Waste Reduction and Recycling. Coachs is also a leader in energy conservation. They use fluorescents T8 or T5 bulbs, purchase energy star office equipment, place external lights on timers, perform routine preventative maintenance on major equipment, and install variable air volume systems in heating and cooling equipment.


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