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How to Ensure Complete Fire Damage Mitigation in the Workplace with Hydroxyl Generators

Posted by Tom McArdle on 8/19/21

Have you tried to rent or buy a car lately? Be prepared for wait times, lack of selection, and hefty prices. This is because supplies are scarce due to a shortage of semiconductor chips used in the automotive industry. Of course, some of the shortage can be blamed on a lack of production during COVID, but another factor is huge fires that heavily damaged two Japanese plants last year. These fires intensified the global shortage of semiconductors and will cost the automotive industry an estimated $61 billion in lost sales in 2021. 

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Topics: Fire Damage, Commercial and Residential Line, Industrial, Ask the Expert

Senior Living Facilities Reopening to Visitors: Keeping Your Residents as Safe as Possible

Posted by Tom McArdle on 7/30/21

Due to the proliferation of vaccines, many senior living facilities are reopening and allowing visitors. Residents at senior homes are often overjoyed when finding out that visitors such as family, friends, caretakers, and all sorts of other people long missed can once again visit. However, the effects and dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic are still lingering.

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Senior Living, Property Management, Ask the Expert

Hydroxyl Generators and Professional Painters: How to Keep Your Staff and Clients Safe and Happy

Posted by Tom McArdle on 7/12/21

There’s an increasing level of concern around evidence that links the chemicals found in paint and the fumes they give off and how they might pose an array of health issues.

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Property Management, Ask the Expert

Fire Losses: Why Restoration Must Start As Quickly As Possible

Posted by Tom McArdle on 6/4/21

A fire is sudden and can be scary for any business or homeowner. No matter how big or small, a fire can cause damage to a structure within minutes. Even if the fire itself is minimal and put out quickly, smoke damage can devastate the structure far beyond what the fire actually touches. Consider wildfire damage. Many homes and businesses are never even touched by flames, yet these structures are ruined just from smoke damage.

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Fire Damage, Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert

Time Is Money: Preventing Downtime After a Disaster with Hydroxyl Generators

Posted by Tom McArdle on 5/21/21

From fires and floods to tornadoes and blizzards, there are a lot of potential disasters your business can face that can close it down quickly. Even when building repairs are done immediately, there are often lingering odors that can make it impossible for you to open your doors for normal business. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Fire Damage, Water Damage, Commercial and Residential Line, Hospitality, Food Services, Property Management, Ask the Expert

How to Reduce Air Pollution During Construction with Hydroxyl Generators

Posted by Tom McArdle on 5/13/21

As a construction company, owner, or contractor, you want to get the job done the right way without putting your team’s health and safety in jeopardy. And you don’t want to risk the health and safety of nearby residents either, especially since research suggests a link between construction pollutants and serious health problems.

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Topics: Commercial and Residential Line, Property Management, Ask the Expert

Protect Your Team by Controlling VOCs at Job Sites

Posted by Tom McArdle on 4/22/21

As someone in a supervisory role, it is not only your responsibility to protect your team from possible harm, but it is also your moral obligation. One common workplace hazard that many supervisors face is the presence of VOCs on the job site. The prolonged exposure to VOCs can have an adverse effect on your team that ranges from annoying to debilitating. 

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Topics: Disaster Recovery Line, Commercial and Residential Line, Ask the Expert