Growth Infused Commercial Painting Company Accelerates Annual Sales and Announces New Dallas Texas Office Location
With explosive growth of 46% YOY, Renovia announces the opening of an office in Dallas, TX to better support growth and operations in the west.
Dallas, TX – Renovia announced today that they are opening a new branch office in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Serving customers throughout Texas since 2011, Renovia is proud to make a commitment to the community of Dallas and its loyal customers across the state of Texas.
“A large part of our growth strategy has been to create local office locations to better serve our national account customers,” said Chris Hall, Vice President of Sales at Renovia. “Given the current demand, our current customer base we’re serving in Texas, and the market conditions of the regional community, an office in the greater Dallas/Fort Worth area made logical sense to expand our footprint in the west,” Hall commented.
Another important deciding factor to expand into Texas is for Renovia to make an investment in the community in which we live and work. “One of our core values is Serve First,” said Matt Rolfsen, President of Renovia, “We embody this by embedding ourselves in the local communities where we live and work. We see Dallas as a massive opportunity not only because of its size but also the impact we can have in the community. We always pick a few anchor philanthropic organizations that align with our mission, vision and values that we’re able to partner with. We’re eager to find those philanthropic partners in Dallas or its surrounding areas,” Rolfsen said.
The Dallas/Fort Worth area future anchor philanthropic organizations has been preceded by YMCA of Myrtle Beach, Shepherd Community Center, Feeding Tampa Bay, Homes of Hope, Gleaners Food Bank, The Branch Nashville, Tucker’s House & Amelia’s Closet. These are just a few of those great organizations we’ve worked with in some of our other office locations. “Our mission is to be a light by inspiring others to serve,” Rolfsen said. “We look forward to being a light in our new community of Dallas and inspiring others to serve or get involved,” he commented.
In addition to making contributions to the philanthropic community, Renovia seeks to better serve its customers in the west. “With the additional office location in Dallas, we’re able to more seamlessly service our national clients providing more real-time in-progress updates, mitigating issues with a faster response time and continuing to deliver on the same experience they’ve felt throughout the country within our other branch offices,” Brett Williams, Executive Vice President of Operations says.
“Move It has made many strategic acquisitions over the past 18 months, and creating consistency in branding across our portfolio was imperative to our success and customer experience. We partnered with Renovia because of their impressive experience and expertise in helping storage companies of all sizes rebrand and extend the life cycle of their physical assets. Renovia was instrumental in guiding us through the entire process—from product specification to renderings to color selection, the Renovia team consulted with us every step of the way with a positive attitude. We have been thrilled with the result regardless of location of the project.“ Tim Springer, President, Move It Storage commented.
In addition to the positive effects on customer experience, the new location in Texas will showcase one of the other keys to Renovia’s growth success is our culture. “Our culture is and will continue to be a main driver for us, no matter where our expansion plans take us,” Rolfsen says. “Having this new office in Dallas, allows us to have teams strategically located to provide new opportunities for our employees.”
Specializing in commercial painting and repairs, Renovia is dedicated to providing its customers with predictable services and outcomes across the US. Renovia exists to be a light in the communities we live and work as well as around the world. They do this by practicing continuous improvement, always serving each other and their clients first, and never compromising, for any reason, organizational or personal integrity.
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