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Prosum Service Corporation is specifically geared to handle small office repair and maintenance projects.  The company employs only construction professionals with the understanding and experience of working on small projects.  This, along with our central location, enables us to respond rapidly and provide courteous, knowledgable and professional service.

When you call, whether it's to repair several small 'punch list' type items, or for an emergency repair in the middle of the night, our superviors and uniformed constructions crews are prepared to begin work immediately.  You will receive typed estimates and invoices, and full warranties backed by a construction company that has been in business since 1982.  We have close relationships with local building inspectors, and will expedite your construction drawings through the permit process, if required.

Quick Response, Cleanliness and professionalism

Our crews have experience working in occupied spaces, so you don't have to worry about tools and materials being left in sight, or drywall dust on desks and computers.  We have assembled a specialized team of smaller subcontractors who are experienced in quick response, cleanliness, and working during non-business hours.  Prosum is fully insured and can bond any of its contracts.

Quarterly maintenance evaluations

Prosum can also provide quarterly maintenance evaluations to ensure that the appearance of your office space maintains the same top quality standard as the day you moved in.  We will inspect your space at no charge every quarter and provide you a list of things that may need repair.  This 'extra set of eyes' can help your own staff with these responsibilities and ensures that your valuable investment in office space will always be maintained.

 

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Last modified: June 19, 2003