Local Basement Repair Company Named as Triad’s 11th Fastest Growing Company

Tar Heel Basement Systems was named the 11th fastest growing company in the Triad at last night's "Fast 50" Award Ceremony at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, NC.

Winston-Salem, NC - September 25th, 2015

Tar Heel Basement Systems was named the 11th fastest growing company in the Triad at last night’s “Fast 50” Award Ceremony at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, NC. This local basement, crawl space, and foundation repair contractor is no stranger to the “Fast 50,” as this is the third year in a row that Tar Heel Basement Systems has made the list. In 2013, Tar Heel Basement Systems was ranked 33rd and came in at number 16 last year.

According to the recent Fast 50 article published in the Business Journal, “the construction sector had a particularly strong showing. In fact, residential contractors fared even better than last year in this year’s rankings. There also tends to be a ripple effect, as new homes demand new furnishings and cabinetry and so on.” Based on the continuous growth of Tar Heel Basement Systems, we can go ahead and add basement waterproofing, crawl space and foundation repair to that list of increasing home demands. Local Basement Repair Company Named as Triad's 11th Fastest Growing Company

In order to make the top 50, honorees had to meet the following criteria, as verified and ranked by an accounting firm:

Must be a private, for-profit venture;

Must have its U.S. headquarters in the Triad; and,

Must have finished three full fiscal years and had sales of at least $2 million in 2014.

When Owner, Pete Burgess, was asked to what you owe the continued success of the company, he stated, “having an amazing team that truly cares about creating healthier homes and making people’s lives better!” Pete adds that Tar Heel Basement Systems offers homeowner’s in Northwest North Carolina and Southwest Virginia a permanent solution to their basement, crawl space and foundation problems, which is something that other home improvement contractors have failed to do.

 

 

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