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Check out a Maxons crew member using a chemical sponge to clean smoke damage from the ceiling.
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Our Blog series, “Meeting Maxons!” continues this week. We will hear from Justin, a Director of Client Services, about his experiences at Maxons.
Q: How long have you been with Maxons?
A: 1 year 7 months
Q: Do you remember what your impressions were of the company after being here for about a month?
A: I thought this is a very unique profession, and it felt good to be around people who had a lot of experience and passion for what they do.
Q: What was the first thing you had to learn when joining the team?
A: The ins and outs of a property loss.
Q: What is the most important thing you have learned since you have been here?
A: Where there are obstacles, there are opportunities.
Q: Why do you have a passion for this industry?
A: To answer, I’m going to pull from the first two lines of our company’s vision: “Maxons is a unique organization of great people doing extraordinary things under difficult circumstances. Maxons makes people’s lives better by providing caring, professional, & expert service at a critical time.”
Q: Which company core value speaks to you the most – and why?
A: Teamwork – I’m fortunate to work with a fine group of caring individuals. Furthermore, in this industry, there are so many moving parts that go on, and without a solid unit, nothing would get accomplished. Any success I have or will have, I must first and foremost give credit to the team I work with.
Q: What is your favorite Maxons story?
A: There isn’t one in particular that comes to mind, but my favorite stories come from my clients, who beam with happiness, when talking about making it through and recovering from a disastrous event with grace because of the work we did. Every time I hear a story like that, it definitely gives a warm feeling, and makes me feel good.