Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC. Expands Services to Canada

CAP serves occupied and vacant commercial retail, office, industrial, warehouse and institutional buildings

Salt Lake City, UT, USA, May 16, 2016 – Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC (“CAP”), a US nationwide provider of maintenance, repair, day porter and inspection services expands service into Canada. CAP provides its services at occupied, partially occupied and vacant commercial real estate, CAP is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Since 2009, CAP’s independent contractor network, comprised of commercial general contractors and licensed trade professionals, has been strategically located throughout the entire United States. Now CAP is bringing its maintenance, repair, day porter and inspection service offerings into the Canadian market using locally based Canadian contractors.

“We’re very excited to take our services north,” comments Marc Insul, President and COO of CAP. “Our clients have been asking about Canada. We developed a similar network of independent contractors that are experts in commercial real estate maintenance and are familiar with local property rules and regulations. Our Utah-based service center will continue to provide coordination and management for all clients in both the United States and Canada. With the addition of Canada, we are now North America’s premier commercial general contractor.”

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About Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC

Commercial Asset Preservation, LLC, (“CAP”) is a service provider established in 2009 to manage a national network of independent contractors offering property inspection, day porter, repair, maintenance, and preservation services to holders of abandoned and nearly vacant retail, office, warehouse, industrial and institutional (altogether “commercial”) real estate. CAP has since evolved into a full scale commercial facilities maintenance and inspection service provider handling both occupied and vacant properties.

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