Biz Spotlight: Sage Restoration

Friday, November 01 at 09:10 AM
Category: Business Banking

Stephanie and Alan Sage opened Sage Restoration in June 2010. Located in Overland Park, Kan., Sage Restoration offers a variety of services such as fire restoration, water restoration, mold remediation and biohazard cleanup. From the beginning, they followed a simple business philosophy that has contributed to their success and is what they feel sets them apart from their competitors -- do what you say you are going to do and show up when you say you are going to show up.

The company’s technicians understand they are guests in customers’ homes and politely and courteously take the time to explain what services will be provided. By fulfilling their philosophy, the Sages believe they have been able to provide their customers with reliable service.

Sage Restoration is a family-owned business that cares not only about customers, but employees as well. The company is dedicated to providing ongoing training and takes the time to provide mentorship opportunities so new associates can grow as individuals, in their career and in their personal lives. It’s important to the Sages that their employees are successful and happy, because they feel happy employees make for happier communities. As Sage Restoration grows, they will be able to employ additional technicians, therefore improving the financial health of the residents they are able to hire. 

“We have been impressed and satisfied with the overall service they (Arvest) provide that makes our life as business owners much less stressful,” Stephanie Sage said. “The Arvest staff is friendly and helpful and makes financial transactions easy to do and hassle free.”

The Sages have been able to take advantage of several Arvest products and services, such as Equipment Finance, which has enabled them to have the financial flexibility when purchasing new equipment for their company.

For more information about Sage Restoration visit them online* or call (913) 905-0500.

The views of this article are for general information use only. Please contact and speak with a subject expert or your banker when specific advice is needed. Find articles like this and much more in the online Arvest Biz Center. Links marked with * go to a third-party site not operated or endorsed by Arvest Bank, an FDIC-insured institution.

Tags: Arvest Biz, Business Banking, Equipment Finance, Kansas
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