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WIN Innovator Rainbow Restoration Using Laser Technology to Make Dirty Buildings Look Like New

From left, Ron Fanish, Manager and Co-Owner of Rainbow Restoration of Westchester and Wilson Kimball, President and CEO of Yonkers Housing Authority at Curran Court housing complex

Westchester Innovation Network (WIN) innovator Rainbow Restoration of Westchester brought its advanced laser technology to the Yonkers Housing Authority for a demonstration of its amazing restoration capabilities.

Co-owner Ron Fanish demonstrated to Yonkers Housing Authority President and CEO Wilson Kimball how the company’s state-of-the-art laser cleaning equipment can remove dirt from building surfaces quickly and cost effectively without the use of chemicals and with no residue or damage to the surface. Rainbow Restoration of Westchester partnered with the Yonkers Housing Authority through the WIN program.

The demonstration, which was held March 23 at the Yonkers Housing Authority’s Curran Court housing complex, focused on a portion of a dirty brick wall. Using the laser cleaning machine, Fanish’s crew was able to restore the bricks to look like new. Kimball even took a turn with the laser cleaning machine. “This is truly amazing. This is a triple win. It’s a win for Yonkers, it’s a win for Westchester and it’s a win for the Housing Authority,” said Kimball.

“It’s an honor to be part of the WIN program and working with Yonkers Housing Authority, helping them restore properties,” said Fanish.

Located in Yonkers, Rainbow Restoration of Westchester provides quality restoration, reconstruction and cleanup services to a wide range of clients including residences, commercial and residential buildings, retail stores, hospitals, hotels, municipal facilities and educational institutions. The company provides water damage restoration, fire damage restoration and mold removal.

Insurance carriers and policyholders depend on Rainbow Restoration of Westchester to resolve large and small losses efficiently and effectively, minimizing disruption and financial loss while restoring operations as quickly as possible.

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