St. Augustine, Florida
1761 Dobbs Road, #106
Saint Augustine, FL 32084

St Augustine - hire local!!! June 7, 2017

St. Augustine, St. Johns
St Augustine - hire local!!!, St. Augustine, Florida

#local#hirelocal - beware of fake Google locations! When you hire someone from outside of the city you are taking money away from our economy. Companies from outside do not hire in St Augustine, they do not rent or own property within the city limits, they do not pay taxes or spend money here, so why send your money elsewhere? Keep things local with a first ever SERVPRO location in St Augustine! We are getting everything ready to open our state of the art facilities to free tours! Stay tuned for dates! #SERVPRO, #local, #greater - experience the difference!

904-429-4457 – call today, free estimates!

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