A Signal Celebration: Helping Out Tunnel to Towers On Our 50th Anniversary

Signal Restoration Services announced at its 50th-anniversary event in New York, New York, that they will pledge $100,000 to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation throughout 2023. Co-CEOs Frank Torre and Mark Davis presented the gift to Tunnel to Towers CEO/Chairman Frank Siller in honor of Signal’s dedicated metropolitan clientele. 

Signal Restoration Services is a world-class contractor specializing in property restoration services in all industries. The company strives to deliver exceptional results whenever and wherever disaster strikes. This mindset drew Frank Torre and Mark Davis to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation. On September 11th, 2001, firefighter Stephen Siller perished while trying to save others. Siller’s ultimate sacrifice inspired the Tunnel to Towers Foundation to preserve his memory by helping America’s heroes. They provide mortgage-free homes to the families of fallen service members and build custom-designed smart houses for seriously-injured veterans and first responders. 

Our co-CEOs presenting the check to Frank Siller.

“We will never forget the courage of those who selflessly responded with courage and bravery to the disaster on September 11th,” said Torre. “New York has a special place in our hearts, and there is no better way to inspire Signal’s next 50 years than to support a cause with such a noble mission like Tunnel to Towers Foundation.”

“Helping our clients recover and restore is an honor to do in any situation and one we never take lightly,” said Davis. “The pride and meaning of delivering relentless customer service following the unthinkable tragedy of September 11th created an enduring and purposeful connection for us in New York.”

Signal Restoration has also been committed to serving the New York City community, even assisting with mildew remediation at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. Signal is thrilled to have reached this significant milestone and looks forward to providing timely and professional responses to large-loss property damage emergencies throughout the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean for the next 50 years.