At A&I Fire and Water Restoration we take great pride in that fact that our difference is in our people. Our trained professionals handle all jobs with the utmost care and treat your possessions as if they were our very own. From your onsite job supervisor to your a&I representative at our state of the art showroom, you can rest assured that each and every interaction will meet the highest standards.
Daniel H. Isaac, Jr. grew up in Myrtle Beach, SC and graduated from The Citadel in 1974. After graduation Isaac founded A&I, Inc. with his father Daniel H. Isaac, Sr. and William H. Alford, responding to a need for a restoration company in Myrtle Beach. Building the company from the ground up, he and his partner began a tradition that has earned them the unanimous title as the number one fire and water restoration company in the Coastal Carolinas.
Isaac has a residential builder's license and general contractor's license in both North and South Carolina. By constantly educating himself on the newest techniques and equipment in the restoration industry, A&I is able to offer cutting edge services to its customers. This has led to numerous awards including six Chrysalis Awards, three for Remodeler of the Year. A&I's most recent award was the Big 50 given by Remodeler Magazine. The Big 50 is awarded to the Nation's best 50 remodeling contractors. The award is based on a company's quality of work, leadership, service to the industry, treatment of employees and community involvement.
Giving back to the community is always a priority for Isaac. Working with Habitat for Humanity, the United Way of Horry County and the Marion County Historical Society and many others, Isaac's involvement continues to be sought by some of South Carolina's most respected organizations. His most recent appointment as Chairman of the South Carolina Department of Transportation is the most gratifying to date. This position provides an opportunity to give back on both a local and state level.
Danny is married to the former Sally McIntyre. They have two children, Laura and Daniel Isaac, III.
Current professional and community organizations
William H. Alford is a 1970 graduate of Myrtle Beach High School in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He served in the United States Marine Corp and is a Vietnam veteran. Billy graduated from Coastal Carolina in 1977 with a degree in political science. He along with his partner, Danny Isaac, started A&I in 1974. He is vice president of A&I and is renowned for outstanding leadership in education, transportation and health care issues. As chairman of the Horry County Higher Education Commission, Alford challenged the University of South Carolina and the Commission on Higher Education on their funding practices at Coastal Carolina College. This led to the successful campaign to win Coastal Carolina University independence from USC. For his leadership and accomplishments, the Horry County High Education Commission awarded Alford the status of Chairman Emeritus.
A consensus builder, Alford focused his leadership to help save Horry County's railroad and create four academic centers of excellence at Coastal Carolina University. As Chairman of the Grand Strand Regional Medical Centers Board of Trustees, he played a leadership role in the negotiations to create a cardiac surgery unit. As a founder of a grassroots task force, he helped put the Carolina Bays Parkway at least two decades ahead of schedule.
Serving as chairman of the South Carolina Highway Commission when the Conway Bypass ranked as the statewide priority for new road construction, Alford ensured it's funding by building the Bridge to Nowhere when allocations ran short. Later this strategic move served as a catalyst to full funding. After the opening of the first leg of the Conway Bypass, the Bridge to Nowhere was named for Alford in tribute to his perseverance on behalf of the road.
Billy is a member of St. Philip Lutheran Church in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. He is married to the former Dawn Snyder of Conway, South Carolina, and they have two children; Natalie Temples of Fayetteville, Georgia and Wells Alford of Myrtle Beach, SC. Billy has two grandchildren, Ellison and Michael Temples.
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As CFO for A&I, Stuart oversees the day to day financial operations of the entire company. Stuart is responsible for budgeting, financial reporting, job profitability and the company’s banking relations. As CFO, Stuart is integrally involved with the company owners in both short and long-range planning to contribute to the financial stability and growth of the company. Stuart is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and loves golfing in his free time.
Linda has been with A&I from day one and was the first employee of A&I. Over the years Linda has worked in numerous capacities including estimating, supervising and marketing. Linda works closely with management and employees to ensure company policies are being implemented. Linda is responsible for accounts receivables and works closely with insurance agents and adjusters, banks and our customers. When not working, Linda is active in her church, spending time with family and cooking.
As Director of Operations, Rod is responsible for all aspects of estimating and project supervision, as well as the Water Department. Rod has been with A&I for 11 years and has 40 years of home building experience. He also has 3 years of education in architectural drafting and is a master carpenter. Before his career in home building, Rod served 7 years in the United States Air force where he specialized in telephone communications and electronics. Rod is C.H.A.M.P. certified (Certified Home Assessment Modification Professional) and in 2010 he won an ICE Award (Incredible Customer Experience), presented by the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce. In his free time, Rod loves to golf and fish.
Todd Setzer has been with A&I for 2 years. He has a Marketing Degree from Coastal Carolina University and has 10 years experience in Sales and Marketing. Todd is responsible for brand awareness, customer retention and business development. Todd manages a marketing team that is responsible for growing market share, providing educational programs and community involvement. When not working Todd enjoys golf and time with his wife and two sons.
As General Manager, Alex is responsible for all A&I day to day operations and business development in North Carolina. Alex has been with A&I for 2 years and brings 12 years of construction experience, most of which was focused on high-end residential and commercial projects. Alex is a graduate of the College of Charleston and is a certified Green Professional and Green Verifier through the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) as well as a certified specialist in Fire & Water Restoration and Odor Control through CleanTrust. Alex is an Eagle Scout and, when not working, loves hunting, fishing and the outdoors in general.
Megan has been with A&I for 4 years and was promoted to Director of Estimating in 2011. Megan is responsible for our Estimator Training Program and ensuring that our estimating team remains proficient in Xactimate as well as other estimating software. Megan has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Charleston and has more than 11 years of experience in the construction business. Prior to A&I she was employed with a national home builder for 7 years. Megan has a husband and 2 children and enjoys spending her time outdoors and taking zumba classes.
Rob Frantz has been with A&I for 6 years and has 9 years experience in the restoration business. Rob oversees our water crew’s day-to-day activities and is responsible for educating his staff on new or advanced methods of water extraction and drying. Rob has numerous certifications thru CleanTrust and is certified for Blood Pathogen clean-up. When not working Rob enjoys working out.