What IICRC Training Means for You

Today we’re going to discuss what IICRC training means for you. As a customer it is important to make sure that you work with a qualified professional. In order to do this a training standard must be set. This standard is set by the IICRC. Working with an IICRC certified technician helps make sure the … Continued

Air Flow

If you’ve been following our blog we recently covered evaporation potential. Now we’re going to learn about air flow. Air flow uses our knowledge of evaporation potential to help us remove water safely and quickly. Getting the air to move in an area effected by water damage may seem like a simple thing to do, … Continued

Moisture Mapping

Moisture mapping is a key process here at The Flood Team. It’s one of the first things we do when we show up at a water damage loss. Moisture mapping is important for insurance, billing, proper cleaning and checking our work. Moisture mapping is a lot like it sounds. When a person has a water … Continued

Octi-dry

Do you have drywall or cabinets in your house that were part of a water damage loss? If it’s a category one loss then this is the tool for you. The octi-dry system is used in tandem with blowers. When you have a category one water loss many times the water wicks up the walls. … Continued

Air Movers

When a water remediation specialist comes out to your house there are two main types of fan they will be using to dry your home. Fans should be placed based on the air movement potential as stated by the manufacturer. Your water removal specialist should also be following the guidelines determined by the IICRC. The … Continued

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