Do you have an emergency right now? Call us at 888.88.BLUSKY (888.882.5875)
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A storm, flood, or fire disaster does not work with you on your schedule. More often than not, it hits you when you least expect it. A fire in your home or business can destroy your livelihood, your home and your quality of life. Mold can be detrimental to your health and can spread like wildfire through any commercial or residential building. Working with professionals in these trying times can make all the difference.
WHAT TO DO AFTER A DISASTER?
After calling your insurance agent, the next call should be to BluSky. The key to limiting fire and water damage is speed. Emergency services within the first 24 hours after a fire has been put out or a flood happens can stop damage from spreading, stabilize your building structures, and result in a more efficient, affordable restoration process.
While a BluSky team is on its way, make sure the affected building is safe. Some structures can become unstable after a fire or water damage.
ABOUT OUR RESTORATION TEAM
As a fully licensed, insured and bonded general contractor, BluSky is capable of handling any type of restoration project precipitated by natural or man-made disasters. We provide emergency response; water damage, storm damage, fire damage, and smoke damage repair and restoration; and mold remediation.
BluSky’s Denver office serves the Denver metro and surrounding areas.
As vice president of our Denver office, Chris Condon is responsible for leadership and strategic direction, including day-to-day sales and operations for the local office.
Chris has been in the construction industry for over 20 years. He started his career as a laborer in various trades and quickly progressed into running crews. His success as a project manager on projects of varying size, discipline, and difficulty allowed him to advance into sales, estimating, and regional management and more before coming to BluSky. Chris joined the Denver team in 2015 as a project manager before becoming a business development manager. After a short period, he transitioned into a project director position.
Chris lives in Parker, Colorado, with his wife and three children.