In many respects, it seems very odd. The word “it” pertains to a large number of crucial issues in the mold remediation industry where practitioners still have serious differences of opinion regarding key aspects of the work.
Hurricanes often leave behind some major damage. High winds, storm surges and battering waves can result in the destruction of homes and buildings, road and bridge damage, the erosion of coastlines, major flooding and loss of life.
Disasters happen everywhere, and can send any restoration company into high gear. While it’s obviously impossible (and unnecessary) for every company to have a CAT team, it is helpful to know how to scale up your restoration company in case there is a sudden influx in business.
About a year ago, my son turned 15 and got his learner’s permit to drive. He was aware of all of the laws. In fact, in his opinion he had become an expert in the driving laws of the State of Georgia. Um…yeah.
It’s been a busy weather start to 2019 for restorers across the U.S. In the Northwest, there was the deep freeze; the Midwest has been experiencing record-breaking and deadly flooding and before that some major snow and ice storms; some of the Central States – and Georgia – have seen deadly tornadoes. And that was all just through the month of March.
Heat drying is a topic that is often discussed with almost a cult style narrative that usually alarms my critical reader mind instantly and I move on since it seems to scream sales ad disguised as technical info.
Libraries, courthouses, police evidence rooms, universities, museums, law offices, financial institutions – they all have one thing in common: paper. Whether it’s boxes of vital records, archives, books, or paper files, maintaining these documents is essential to their respective operations.
After the 2015 opening of its first location, HydroHero has become nationally known for its crawlspace encapsulations and has received a growing demand from fellow industry professionals to bring its concept outside of Delaware and Maryland
Thanks to Sir Isaac Newton and a story about an apple, we know that what goes up must come down. In the land of flooring adhesives, however contradictory to gravity, what goes down must come up. Many types of flooring are installed with adhesives and in most situations flooring adhesives should be removed following removal of the flooring.