In March 2019, we launched small electronic and appliance restoration. This service includes televisions, stereo components, security equipment, computers, audio-visual components, fitness equipment, appliances and more. Our staff has served customers throughout the state with this new venture. Wherever you live, we've got you covered.
In the spring of 2019, CRDN of Arizona introduced the restoration of small electronics as one of the varied services we provide to our customers. This year, we are proud to launch another option: art restoration.
We are proud to offer art restoration as one of the programs available when seeking to restore your personal possessions after fire or water loss. This service enables you to salvage the beloved décor items in your home, whether purchased last year, or handed down through generations. Check out the details here.
The artwork shown has been restored in part to demonstrate the dramatic difference after contaminants have been removed.
Our staff took expert care to reassemble and restore this family treasure.
With the customer's input, we custom frame artwork after each piece has been cleaned.
Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network (CRDN) of Arizona
Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network (CRDN) of Arizona is a division of Bell Drapery & Cleaners, a family owned and operated business. Michael Jordan is president and owner of both entities.
We became affiliated with the CRDN brand 16 years ago, and are proud of the relationship we have established and the reputation we have earned. Michael served on the Partners Advisory Committee for CRDN – a group comprised of 10 prestigious CRDN franchise owners – for 10 years, and was a member of the board of directors from 2005-2011.
CRDN recognized Michael and his team as its "Shining Star" in 2004; each year, this franchise has grown. As such, Michael has been recognized at the platinum level in sales every year of its operation. CRDN of Arizona has been the Number One franchise in America on two occasions since it opened. Through the hard work of a tenacious sales team, and operations crew, we were again bestowed this honor at the April, 2016 international conference. (Please see all of the awards and recognition of CRDN of Arizona on our "Awards" page.
The Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network is an international organization comprised of experienced, highly trained textile (clothing, fabric, and personal belongings) restorers who specialize in insurance restoration laundry and drycleaning services for all types of loss. Adept at restoring textiles damaged by fire, smoke, water or exposure to mold and other contaminants, CRDN members offer an effective, efficient and proven solution for insurance professionals seeking to reduce costs and improve margins while closing claims quickly.
CRDN is customer oriented and serves clients and policyholders with a universal operating philosophy: "Response matters and caring counts." It is this commitment that has fueled international growth. This day-to-day business attitude resonates with members as they give back to the communities where they live and work. The most notable example is CRDN franchise member involvement with ABC-TV's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." CRDN of Arizona proudly participated in the 2007 and 2008 season openers of this successful ABC series.
CRDN is a name to trust...In August, 2010, INC. magazine named it one of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S. for the second year in a row. Founded in 2001, CRDN reported growth of 95.8%, which has resulted from ongoing education of the insurance industry about the cost effectiveness of restoring damaged textiles instead of replacing them. The INC. 5,000, an extension of INC. magazine's annual INC. 500 list, catches many businesses that are too big to grow at the pace required to make the INC. 500, as well as a host of smaller firms. Taken as a whole, these companies represent the backbone of the U.S. economy.
CRDN is geographically comprehensive...covering 94% of the U.S., CRDN has achieved an average success rate of 98%; saving insurance companies millions of dollars each year. CRDN currently operates in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada.
More CRDN Features
CRDN restores more than textiles, soft goods, and electronics, we’re restoring peace of mind. We help property owners and renters get through the most devastating event they’re likely to experience. We're familiar with the difficult road of restoring items in a home after a disaster, big or small, which is why we're here to carry part of the load. Using our proven process, we can restore the majority of household textiles and electronics to pre-loss condition. We help families return to a semi-normal daily routine by quickly restoring the most necessary clothing and electronics. All other items are kept in our long-term storage facility, which can be accessed by customer appointment. Once the homeowner, renter, or tenant is settled back into their home, we carefully return the remaining belongings.
Economical & Efficient – CRDN offers an economical and efficient method for reducing the amount of money insurers pay out in the largest segment of their largest exposure area (contents).
Established Guidelines – Members of CRDN follow established guidelines for restoration work, including guarantees for quality and pricing.
Time-tested, Proven System – CRDN's professionals are highly trained in the latest restoration techniques, following a time-tested proven system that enables us to achieve the highest recovery rate in the industry. In fact, we save more than 95% of the items we clean.
Single Source – Rather than maintaining relationships with numerous local companies, insurance companies can turn to CRDN as their single source for textile restoration.
Quality & Service – Garments and other fabric items are cleaned and stored by the CRDN member until the homeowner is able to accept the items.
Convenience – Homeowners receive their original garments in restored condition, without the hassle of having to shop for new items.
Guaranteed Results – Insurers are reimbursed for the cost of cleaning if a garment doesn't respond.