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Soil-Away at Canobie

Party at the Park

Soil-Away team members and their families recently gathered at Canobie Lake Park in Salem, NH. The event was part employee appreciation and part celebration. It was full-fun for all who participated. Between staff and family, nearly 50 people were in attendance (not all captured in picture) representing Soil-Away. The entire group enjoyed a catered BBQ lunch followed by a full day in the historic theme park.

“It was really encouraging to have everyone together and to see them having so much fun,” explains company owner and founder, Jack Solloway. “Our industry is so demanding. It requires our team to work extremely hard 24/7. They more than deserve a day like this to have fun with their loved ones and coworkers.”

Soil-Away is one of New Hampshire’s premier cleaning and restoration companies. Primary services consist of water and fire damage restoration, mold remediation, carpet and air duct cleaning. The company was established in 1990 and is proud to be celebrating 25 years in business.

Soil-Away at Canobie

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About Soil-Away

Soil-Away is a full service environmental and emergency restoration services company. We are one of the largest independent cleaning and restoration companies in New England. We work with insurance carriers, property management companies, major corporations, and homeowners in restoring their water, fire, smoke, odor damage to pre-loss condition. We also provide mold removal and prevention solutions, HVAC duct cleaning; furniture, and carpet cleaning.

Soil-Away Fastest Family Owned - 2017

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Soil-Away Cleaning and
Restoration Services, LLC

Location
5 Eastpoint Drive
Hooksett, NH 03106

Phone

603-641-6555

Email
info@soilaway.com

After Hour Emergency

603-657-4851

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