Eric Marley - About Us

The Palm Team

Palm Industries Inc. originally started as a cleaning company called Palm Cleaning. It was born out of a need for a young husband and father seeing the need to provide for his wife and young growing family. Over the years Palm Cleaning expanded and grew to having dozens of employees on the southern Oregon coast with the team running around cleaning carpets, floors, windows and basically anything they could.


In 2013, the team expanded into Disaster and Restoration services. In 2018 Palm Industries Inc acquired Golden State Construction in Del Norte County California and A1-Commercial Cleaning in Grants Pass Oregon to continue the expansion of our services to be able to better provide our services to a larger area. Palm Industries now currently services the coastal towns from Klamath, California to Bandon, Oregon, over to the entire Rogue Valley and surrounding areas.


Disaster Cleanup and Restoration is now our core focus where we are dedicated to being the best Disaster and Restoration contractor to our team and our communities!

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Our mission is to provide emergency services and restoration to structures with care, quality and precision.

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Eric Marley

Coast Regional Manager

Biography

My involvement with the Client:
I make sure that our teams have done all they can to deliver a high-quality experience for our Clients. Because of our people, I have the easiest job in the company!

An impressive and relevant experience:
I was Co-Editor in Chief of a magazine called, “Face the Current.” We were distributed in over fifty countries, and I got to interview many interesting people. These included controversial physicist Nassim Haramein, solo female sailor and environmental activist Liz Clark, and Cinderella drummer Fred Coury!

One quirky fact as a fun closer:
I lived off-grid in a tipi or off-grid cabin for a decade – most of it in Central Oregon. Cold winters? Check.