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Dehumidifier selection is one of the most important elements of the drying process, yet significant pressures often interfere with making the best decisions about dehumidifier use.
Separate fact from fiction and match the product to the job — each and every time.
We know change is necessary, so why do we resist change so much? Why are we an enemy of change and progress?
Of the great number of variables in each project, many are difficult to identify early in the restoration effort. Often, the restoration project begins with several assumptions in place.
On March 29, 2013 the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) announced that the revised draft of the S500 became available for public review and comment.
To keep up-to-date involves time, energy and money. Workshops and seminars are available to provide you with modern practices. Books and literature help as well.
Contrary to reports, wool carpeting is still manufactured and sold in the U.S. and is invariably finding its way into upscale environments.
Here’s why air scrubbers or air filtration devices (AFDs) should be standard equipment choices for restoration contractors.
Topics this month include opportunities within the contents restoration market and tackling the challenges faced when attempting to remove 'set' stains.
Don't automatically default to the demolition option. Hard floors can often be saved.