When considering abrasives for property restoration, four important physical characteristics help determine proper application. Media blasting expert Wayne Lawrence shares these characteristics along with popular alternatives to sand blasting in this overview of abrasive blast media.
On its surface, restoration doesn’t seem synonymous with “soft.” It’s a hard industry that operates in physically and emotionally tough working environments. Restoring a property to pre-loss condition requires a particular set of hard (job-specific) skills and tools. But there is a soft side that, I’d like to argue, carries more weight.
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.
The 2022 Experience Conference & Exhibition is taking place April 6-8 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati. In this episode of Ask the Expert, Larry Cooper offers a sneak peek of the upcoming cleaning and restoration event.
This practice is very common in many industries. Remember when you booked a plane ticket and were kept in the loop with little to no human interaction about everything from gate changes to check-in reminders to delays? What about the time you scheduled the cable guy to come out for an internet outage, and received automated texts and emails with updates?
Continued improvements to tools to better meet the needs of the industry are promised. In addition, customers can expect to see changes to the existing product name, logos and colors in an effort for more immediate recognition of PSA products across multiple platforms.
What are the most important restoration tools and advancements for CAT, cleaning and disinfection, contents, fire and smoke, forensic, mold, and water damage work? We asked 14 industry experts to weigh in.
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.
Chuck Boutall, director of training with Restoration Technical Institute, shares four tools every restoration contractor should have in their toolbox – you guessed it – something old, new, borrowed and blue!
Hydroxyl Rentals LLC, an Airbotx company, was founded to partner with contractors of all sizes to provide reliable, effective rental equipment and expertise on a vast array of odor removal needs. Tom Conroy and Tom McArdle have a combined 25-plus years of experience in the disaster restoration industry.