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Depending on the type of attic in your home, it can easily be forgotten. Once roof damage happens, it can quickly become an area of focus. If there is severe water damage and water loss, it results in a complex cleanup process that needs to take into consideration the potential for dealing with mold, pathogens, …

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It’s been 100 years since the last major test of the U.S. medical system’s ability to handle a major pandemic. Now, as the novel coronavirus spreads around the world, new inflatable containment devices are helping keep family members together during this difficult time. ‍ Stopping It in Its Tracks ‍ Like most influenza viruses, a …

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Containment is a necessary part of the mold remediation process, but the problem is that control techniques are outdated and not really effective at stopping the spread of the fungus. The problem is that the suppression techniques many mold specialists use were designed for asbestos abatement. Asbestos only spreads when disturbed. Mold, on the other …

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What is containment, and why is it the most important step in flood restoration? Just like you can’t repair a leaky boat while it’s still in the water, you can’t clean and restore a building until you stop the deluge for good. Here are a few important things to know when you’re searching for an …

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REUSABLE CONTAINMENT IN RESTORATION If you have water damage in your home, you might be tempted to focus on remediation (removing the bad) and restoration (fixing the good). But there’s one step you need to take before you do anything else: containment. It means making sure nothing irritating or harmful can get from the construction …

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If you’ve ever been contracted to repair water damage to a property due to flooding or a broken pipe, you know the growth and spread of mold is a major concern. Getting a client’s building back to normal means coming up with a restoration plan that specifically addresses mold remediation. A complete plan includes the …

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Containment equipment that can be used for more than one type of hazard on multiple jobs reduces expenditures on materials. Equipment designed for quick and easy set-up is also helpful for lowering labor costs. Find out why a restoration company should invest in reusable equipment for containing contamination or damage. FIND VERSATILE SOLUTIONS Reusable materials …

WHY IS REUSABLE CONTAINMENT A GOOD INVESTMENT? Read More »

A reusable containment system that is quick and easy to set up can minimize labor costs for restoration companies and property owners. After an up-front investment in equipment, the materials necessary to contain any type of hazard are available and ready to re-use. Here are three ways reusable materials can lower labor costs for a …

3 WAYS REUSABLE CONTAINMENT CAN DECREASE LABOR COSTS Read More »

When it comes to water damage to your property, restoration is a high priority. After you’ve experienced flooding or water infiltration due to a leaky roof in Los Gatos, California, you quickly need to remove any standing water, dehumidify affected areas, and replace damaged items. For example, a restoration plan would involve water extraction and …

GETTING CONTROL OF MOLD THROUGH CONTAINMENT Read More »

Here is a quick scenario to contemplate.  Let’s just estimate that you get paid $100 to tape off a doorway, with 1 zipper, to create a chamber.  Materials will cost you maybe $15 and the labor to put it up (with hourly rate and workmans comp, benefits, etc.) sets you back another $35. Hidden variables …

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