Commercial Board UpProperty Recovery 911 was contacted by our friends at JD Glass Company for an emergency board up at Mealey’s Furniture in the Fairless Hills section of Bucks County, PA. We were met at the location by long time store manager Dan, who informed us that the store was open when the window was broken but they had no idea how the damage occurred.
Emergency Board up LululemonProperty Recovery 911 was contacted at approximate 3:30 in the morning on Thursday, January 29, 2015 for an emergency board up at Lululemon in center city Philadelphia. The popular athletic apparel shop was breached by an intruder, who smashed the frameless glass entry door to gain access then made off with an undisclosed amount of merchandise. When police arrived at 3 am, they found clothing from the store inventory strewn along the sidewalk.
Commercial Board Up Northeast PhiladelphiaProperty Recovery 911 was contacted by a real estate management company for a commercial board up in the North East section of Philadelphia. Located on a major route, this building once housed a Pizza Hut franchise. The franchise moved to a nearby location, leaving this location empty and vulnerable to intrusion, theft and vandalism.
Property Recovery 911 was contacted for an emergency board up job on a Friday night to secure a broken plate glass window at an Ace Cash Express storefront located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. Exposed to the elements and offering easy access to intruders, rapid execution of commercial board up jobs is crucial in mitigating the possibility of profound financial and legal liability.
We arrived on the commercial board up job location within one hour and cordoned off the area to keep local foot traffic well away from the shards of broken glass strewn about the sidewalk. In this instance, securing the area around the storefront board up job was particularly important as the adjacent building houses a busy tavern with considerable patronage.
Emergency Glass Repair Philadelphia
Property Recovery 911 was contacted to perform a commercial board up job at the Dunkin’ Donuts located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. Emergency glass repair requires that measurements be taken on location fallowed by processing at an offsite glass shop, which can take hours or even days depending on the type of glass required and the condition of the frame.
In this instance, emergency glass repair in a timely manner was impossible as a 12' wide section of the plate-glass and aluminum frame wall was struck by an automobile and utterly destroyed. Thankfully, no one within the establishment or on the busy street was injured in the accident.