Eight Steps to Micro Storm Managing

Eight Steps to Micro Storm Managing

So, what is a mico storm? At the very mention of hurricane season, some disaster restoration contractors start salivating like Pavlov’s dog. Some years end up being very active, but others, not so much. They Can Pop Up Anywhere But regardless of whether hurricanes...

Mistakes That Slow Your Drying Progress

Drying progress. It’s probably the most important item on your checklist. It’s what keeps moisture from turning into mold and your customers sold. Along with that, consistent progress also speeds up the drying process so that you can be off to your next job....

A Waste is a Terrible Thing to Mind

Unlike the waste water that flows down the drains in your home that ends up in sewage treatment plants, storm drain systems are completely separate. The water that flows into them receives no treatment or filtering. This means that any pollution, which includes the...

Branch Out…Make Like A Tree

The economy stinks. The weather’s been too dry. We didn’t have a winter. Mercury and Venus left Jupiter’s side and joined Mars in Taurus. (That’s a lot of people in a sedan). There are a multitude of reasons, both real and perceived, why your business may have been...

Humidity-Consider the Improbable

Having high humidity at the start of a water restoration job is, of course, normal. You can’t have a lot of water without the humidity. So you extract all the water you can while cranking up your dehumidifiers and air movers. Soon your humidity levels begin to drop,...