Advanced Disaster Recovery, Inc. Opens 7th Location in Kingston to Service Ulster and Dutchess Counties in N.Y.

April  11, 2022 (Kingston, N.Y.) – Advanced Disaster Recovery, Inc., a leading restoration contractor in the Northeast, has announced the opening of its newest office at 404 East Chester St. in Kingston, N.Y. The new location will allow the company to deliver faster, more efficient service to clients in Ulster County and surrounding communities including Dutchess, Greene and Delaware Counties. The office and warehouse space is being used for technicians and project management professionals to address the growing need for services in the market.  

“There is a growing need for our services throughout our region and Ulster County and Kingston are no different.” said Advanced Disaster Recovery, Inc. CEO Greg Boatwright. “We strategically picked the historic city of Kingston for this location as it allows us to better serve the entire region as a whole.” 

Advanced Disaster Recovery, Inc is also anticipating filling 10 positions including field, warehouse and office staff. All personnel receive a high level of training and are offered continuing education courses based on their positions with the company.   

Advanced Disaster Recovery, Inc. has been providing restoration services to commercial, insurance, and residential clients in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania for more than 40 years. The company’s services include emergency response, construction, catastrophe response, contents restoration, environmental, fire and smoke damage, and flood repair. Advanced Disaster Recovery, Inc. professionals are expertly trained and certified in the latest home restoration and remediation techniques. To learn more, call (845) 294-8242 or visit advanceddri.com. Businesses or residents requiring emergency services, can call (845) 294-8919 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

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