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Obtain continuing education credits and advance your professional knowledge with RIA’s September certification courses. For those pursuing their advanced certifications, these courses will provide the education and information you need to prepare.
Why do we need moisture meters in water damage repair at every step of every job? The answer is quite simple: moisture meters are used for moisture control to avoid mold build-up and to check moisture in floors, cabinets and other furnishings to avoid cracking, checking and warping.
Languages and words evolve over time. For those in the restoration and remediation industry, along with cleaning professionals, carpet cleaners, and building managers, there is one word whose meaning seems to have changed three or four times . . . in just the past 25 years! That word is sustainability.
We all know catastrophe (CATs) events and other disaster response efforts challenge the industry more than other times of the year. We can look no further than the Fall of 2017 for a reminder about what a busy CAT season entails when rain, wind and fire created a near “biblical” and chaotic period for several months.
You’ve heard the promises. The world is changing and the ubiquity of mobile devices, software and all things connected will bring the chaos of your world to rest. Streamlined data capture, automated reporting… and it all sounded so good!
The company's heavy involvement and presence at shows and with franchise networks, independent contractors, and distributors continues to prove Odorox remains fully committed to helping restoration contractors tackle and complete odor removal jobs of any shape and size.
Cleaning and restoring electronics is a very high profit service to add to your contents cleaning division. While electronics cleaning is not difficult, you will need the right training, equipment and expertise or you could get in over your head really fast and wind up costing yourself a lot of headache and money.
As a restoration professional you have several unique advantages in adding bed bug eradication to your service portfolio to generate additional revenue. First, you already have a majority of the equipment needed to conduct eradications and secondly you have comprehensive and expert knowledge of airflow.
Remote monitoring has been a buzzword in the restoration industry for a several years. In case anyone reading this is not familiar with it, remote monitoring means setting up sensors on site so that data can then be viewed with a mobile device or computer in real time.