Zoom Drain Denver Now OpenPosted By: Janine Ketterer
Zoom Drain Denver is now open as of August 2023, with owner Andy Korsgarden in the driver’s seat. Originally from North Dakota, Korsgarden relocated to the Centennial State in 2004. The economic resiliency and ability to provide opportunities for personal and professional growth had Korsgarden fall in love with the Mile High City.
Korsgardehttps://www.zoomdrain.com/~/denver/n opened Zoom Drain Denver with a wealth of home services experience. While attending Minnesota State University Moorhead, he worked for small companies doing roofing, siding, and remodeling of residential buildings. After graduating, he worked for 10 years for a general contractor building water and wastewater treatment plants. This US Air Force and Air National Guard veteran assumed roles diversifying his technical experience, including field engineer performing surveys, layouts, and quality control, superintendent, scheduling, managing subcontractors and personnel management, project engineer, operating budgets and purchasing materials, and estimator, (soliciting vendors and estimating labor and materials. After leaving, Korsgarden worked for a national utility pipe, valve, and fitting distributor, where he estimated construction materials. He then earned the title of operations manager for the company’s largest branch in the United States. This experience has uniquely positioned Korsgarden to open his Zoom Drain location.
“The positions I’ve held all been intentional to further my ability to run my own business, starting with positions to increase my technical ability in the construction industry and learn about water and sewer systems in the region,” says Korsgarden. “The roles I have held in financial and personnel management, as operations manager, taught me to read reports and P&L statements.” The cumulative knowledge gained in these roles provides Korsgarden with the expertise needed to be successful.
Korsgarden found Zoom Drain during his research into home service business opportunities. “I chose Zoom Drain because it allows me to utilize my background in wastewater and piping materials,” says Korsgarden. “I also believe it will have excellent margins, is scalable, and allows me to do several jobs in one day, all of which were important to me. Despite being in the home services industry, Zoom Drain isn’t as dependent on the ebbs and flows of the construction industry. I’ll utilize my previous experience, abilities, and strengths, and, when combined with the resources and expertise provided by the franchise home office, I have everything I need to succeed.”
Korsgarden believes that people are essential to a business and that relationships with employees, customers, and vendors will return the largest rewards. He will bring these beliefs into all aspects of Zoom Drain Denver.
During his free time, Korsgarden enjoys fixing things, hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping with friends and family. I also enjoy volunteering at our church.
For more information about Zoom Drain Denver, please contact PR@zoomdrain.com.