2018 was a historic year for ASR Property Restoration, not only in growth, but it was also the year that we became experts in cleaning schools after wildfires, and became heroes to our local school districts, the parents, and our community. ASR Property Restoration, with a full-time staff of 70 people who were already busy, restored, cleaned, deodorized, and set equipment in over 50 schools from two separate wildfires in our county.
J.C. Restoration, Inc. (JCR) and hundreds of community members will work to feed thousands of starving children in the developing world. Through a partnership between J.C. Restoration and Feed My Starving Children (FMSC), volunteers will prepare 109,000 life-saving meals at this third FMSC MobilePack event hosted by JCR.
Years of cigarette smoke can permeate an entire structure. Heavy, aggressive, and thorough cleaning will be required. How would you estimate such a job? What products would be the most effective to use in such an environment? Annissa tells us all about it in this week's Ask Annissa!
Electronics and electric appliances are part of daily life. Desktop computers, laptops, game consoles, televisions, phones, printers, tools, toys, and much more are found in nearly every home and business. When it comes to fire, water, and mold damage, these items cannot be ignored.
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is seeking volunteers to serve on consensus bodies for the development of a new Standard, the BSR/IICRC S900 Standard for Professional Remediation of Illicit Drugs, Cannabis and Nicotine Residue.
One of my favorite parts about working in the restoration industry is that every day our brand has the opportunity to change people’s lives. It’s always top of mind for me to remember that we are called on by our customers during some of the most difficult periods they will experience.
In the disaster recovery and restoration world, the media used for blasting is determinative to project outcome. Many historic buildings have delicate surfaces that often require a softer media. In the cases of disaster recovery, how to remove soot, coal, char and other unwanted items without damaging the structure has always been the center of discussions.