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Is Your Property Prepared For A Plumbing Disaster (And The Aftermath)?

Posted by Tom McArdle on 10/14/21

As any property manager can tell you, if something is going to go wrong with your property, it’s going to happen at the absolute worst time. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Water Damage, Property Management, Ask the Expert

5 Reasons Why You Should Not Clean Up Water Damage at Your Property Yourself

Posted by Tom McArdle on 10/7/21

Water damage is something that occurs quickly and without warning. When it damages commercial property, it can be even more devastating. Not only does the property owner have to take care of cleaning up the damage, but they also have to do so in a timely manner so the business can open up again as soon as possible. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Water Damage, Ask the Expert

Should Your School, College, or University Rent or Buy a Hydroxyl Generator?

Posted by Tom McArdle on 9/30/21

When a school or university experiences water, sewer or fire damage, the stakes for a quick and thorough cleanup are particularly high. Not only do these facilities generally cost millions of dollars to build and maintain, but they usually welcome thousands of students into their doors on a daily basis.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Water Damage, Commercial and Residential Line, Schools, Colleges & Universities, Child Care, Ask the Expert

Plumbing Emergency Clean Up at Schools, Colleges, and Universities: How to Get the Help You Need

Posted by Tom McArdle on 9/24/21

Schools and universities have a huge responsibility toward their students: Provide a quality education to help students achieve in life and provide that education in an environment that is safe and free from harm. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Water Damage, Schools, Colleges & Universities, Child Care, Ask the Expert

Mold Inspection, Testing, and Elimination: What You Need to Know

Posted by Tom McArdle on 9/15/21

Mold can be a scary reality for property owners, property managers, and real estate agents. It can be hard to know how to respond if you walk into a space that you’re responsible for and discover those telltale signs of mold: a musty smell, visible mold growth, or an allergic reaction. 

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Topics: Property Management, Ask the Expert

Cat 2 vs. Cat 3 Water Losses And How Hydroxyl Generators Can Help After Both

Posted by Tom McArdle on 9/9/21

Water loss events are divided into three different categories, depending on the level of contamination. This categorization is such a useful system for evaluating the amount of water damage and what the appropriate disaster restoration steps are. 

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Topics: Water Damage, Ask the Expert

How to Handle Home and Business Contents in a Catastrophic Loss Situation

Posted by Tom McArdle on 8/31/21

When there is a catastrophic loss scenario at a property that you manage or own, you may already know how to deal with the structural damage. That’s because structural needs are often obvious: demolition of damaged property, re-building, making repairs, and making the building safe for occupancy again.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Ask the Expert