Reynolds Restoration Services, the premier disaster restoration and reconstruction company in the mid-Atlantic region, today announced it is under new ownership by central Pennsylvania native Anthony Worrall.
Worrall, founder and president of Reynolds Restoration Services, purchased the company from SitelogIQ, a national facility solutions and energy services provider. Worrall has served as president of Reynolds Restoration Services since its inception in 2005 and was joint partner from June 2014-March 2018 before it was acquired by SitelogIQ.
“I am thrilled and honored to be a part of this next chapter for Reynolds Restoration Services and lead our team of dedicated restoration professionals. This is a milestone moment for the organization, and I look forward to continuing to provide our customers with the best service in the industry,” said Worrall.
Reynolds Restoration Services was founded in 2005 to meet the emergency restoration needs for both commercial and residential clients in the Harrisburg and Central PA region. Reynolds Restoration Services opened an additional office in Philadelphia in 2013, and another office in the Baltimore/DC metro region in 2015. The company currently employs more than 55 employees including restoration technicians, project managers, estimators, emergency service managers, foremen, and carpenters.
Worrall, a graduate of Lycoming College, was the chief financial officer of the Reynolds Companies from July 1999-September 2019 and has been president of Reynolds Restoration Services since 2005. He is a board member of the Capital Region Economic Development Corporation (CREDC) and The Vista School. Worrall resides in Hummelstown with his wife and children.
About Reynolds Restoration Services
Celebrating 15 years in 2020, Reynolds Restoration Services is the premier commercial and residential disaster restoration and reconstruction company in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland/DC service areas. Its qualified and dedicated staff are always on call to respond to fire, storm, water, and mold damage.