BEDFORD, N.H., June 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- City Wide, the nation's premier management company in the building maintenance industry, announced the opening of a new office serving commercial properties throughout New Hampshire.
Local building owners and property management companies now have access to a single-source solution for all of their building maintenance needs. Bedford resident and entrepreneur Ed Delamater owns and operates the new office, which is now open for business and is located at 9 Cedarwood Drive, Unit 9 in Bedford.
"My goal is to ease the headaches business owners face when dealing with everyday commercial maintenance," said Delamater. "Our City Wide team will handle the amount of time and energy spent managing vendors, fielding service calls, and negotiating contractor rates so that business owners can focus on their main priorities."
Delamater joins City Wide with an extensive professional background, including more than 25 years of senior-level operational and sales positions in leading corporate companies. He looks forward to leveraging his management expertise in business development, process improvement, and exceptional client service to drive growth for the New Hampshire office.
About City Wide
Founded in 1961, City Wide has become synonymous with building maintenance in its home Kansas City market and the nearly 50 U.S. regions where it has grown through franchising since 2001. A single-source solution for all building maintenance services, City Wide contracts with independent contractors to give clients access to dozens of interior and exterior services. City Wide simplifies the maintenance matters that mean most to building owners, operators, and management companies, easing the time, stress, and resources typically required to oversee an entire facility.
For more information about City Wide's services, please visit www.GoCityWide.com.
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SOURCE City Wide