The amount of jobs coming in per hour from this storm created an immediate and simultaneous response from our crew. We responded to our first project during a break in the storm and then the calls came in very quickly after the storm had passed.
For several years, BrightStar Care of Madison, WI had been having trouble keeping water out of their basement. Basically, every time Madison experienced heavy rainfall, BrightStar’s basement filled with water.
Using the proper piece of moisture detection equipment at the appropriate time is essential for a professional water damage restorer to accurately collect data in affected and unaffected areas, monitor drying progress throughout the course of the drying effort, and determine when affected materials have reached the drying standard.
Selling a home can be a challenge – one that’s magnified dramatically if the structure faces the damaging effects of mold and rot. In an upscale Doylestown, Penn., neighborhood, improper sill flashing and reverse through-flashing on window openings were contributing to severe moisture management issues in a series of stucco homes.
On Demand The IICRC S500 Water Restoration Standard has finally updated for the first time in 9 years and you need to know about all of the changes. But what will the changes mean for the most common daily services and charges related to the water restoration industry? This webinar will be led by an IICRC Approved Applied Structural Drying Instructor to walk you through what was changed and how it affects your daily invoicing.