Phoenix Restoration Equipment, a division of Therma-Stor, has partnered with UW-Madison to work on specific enhancements to their DryLINK ecosystem of connected IoT products. DryLINK is an IoT platform used in the water damage restoration market.
Perimeter Solutions, a manufacturer of firefighting products and lubricant additives, is partnering with restoration company Allied Disaster Defense to treat properties in California with PHOS-CHEK® FORTIFY®, a ground-based long-term fire retardant, to provide season-long protection from wildfires.
With flashy new software systems and other digital solutions brought to market seemingly week in and week out, how do you filter through the options, incorporate a new platform into an existing system and settle on the right package that will set your company up for the future growth you are working so diligently toward? Here are five suggestions from Josh Bachman of Violand Management Associates.
Makita U.S.A. has expanded its dust extraction system with two new HEPA dry vacuums. Both models are powered by two 18V LXT batteries and a 36V brushless motor, giving contractors more cordless options for job site dust extraction and cleanups.
CoreLogic has announced the immediate availability of its claim management services, including its Claims Connect platform, to all customers of Openly, a homeowners’ insurance provider. The aim is to help policyholders manage the challenges of property restoration more quickly, efficiently and accurately.
Restorers can use the HOVER app on their mobile device to take a set of photos of a loss site and have them transformed into an interactive 3D model. The new integration allows HOVER 3D models to automatically import into Xactimate and XactAnalysis.
USA-CLEAN is a supplier of repair parts for professional floor care equipment, including auto scrubbers, portable extractors and vacuums. The company employs 50 people along with a network of over 600 repair technicians servicing floor cleaning machines across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
"Our insurance businesses and solutions, such as ISO, AIR Worldwide, Sequel, Xactware, FAST and ISO Claims Partners, will transition away from their independent company names and become Verisk. While our company brand names will transition to Verisk, you will continue to see some of these names featured in the names of our individual solutions," said Mark Anquillare.