VetCor of Central Texas, a veteran-owned and operated emergency restoration services company, opened its doors this month in Austin, Texas, with a ribbon-cutting by the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce and passing of the guidon, a traditional military passing of the colors from command to command. With a strong focus on recruiting, hiring, and training veterans, VetCor of Central Texas is one of only 9 VetCor franchises in the nation, and only the 2nd in Texas.

The company provides water removal, water damage mitigation, mold remediation, fire and smoke damage mitigation, emergency board-up and roof tarping, bio, trauma, and crime scene cleanup, tree removal, debris removal, deep cleaning, and disinfectant.

“We are passionate about helping veterans, while also serving our community during times of disaster,” said Don Bice, owner. VetCor is battle tested and combat ready. We are staffed by veterans of the US military, a group of heroes who are calm in the storm, tactical and strategic in mission, and know how to get the job done. We hold the highest accreditation in the industry for water mitigation. But our company is about so much more than that. We understand the unique transition that veterans make from active duty to civilian life, because we have been there. We want to provide opportunities for veterans to find meaningful work, in a team environment with their brothers in arms working toward a common goal that is larger than self.”

VetCor of Central Texas serves the following counties and cities: Bastrop County, Bell County, Blanco County, Burnet County, Caldwell County, Comal County, Hays County, Travis County, Williamson County, Austin, Bastrop, Belton, Bertram, Buda, Cedar Creek, Cedar Park, Del Valle, Driftwood, Dripping Springs, Elgin, Florence, Ft. Hood/Killeen, Georgetown, Hutto, Jarrell, Johnson City, Kyle, Leander, Liberty Hill, Lockhart, Luling, Manchaca, Manor, Marble Falls, New Braunfels Pflugerville, Round Rock, San Marcos, Smithville, Spicewood, Taylor, and Wimberley, and surrounding areas.

For more information about VetCor, visit their website.

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