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If you are providing a service, you for sure want to get paid for it! Watch Jeremy explain how to get paid for your estimates. For more information on coming to Reets Drying Academy’s Estimating and Negotiating Class Click HERE
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Looking at the infographic there is really no reason not to offer crawl space encapsulation to your customers. For more information on the course CLICK HERE Watch Joe Dobbins explain it the best in the video below!
Jeremy Reets recommends applying an anti-microbial to all of your Water Restoration projects but are you aware that you need to use a Right-To-Know document. A Right-To-Know document simply tells the customer a little bit about what you will be putting in their home. It gives the customer the right to say yes or no. […]
Should We Refinish? Yes! You will need to refinish most hardwood floors during the drying process. There could be times that you don’t need to refinish. Certainly. During the restoration process all you are able to control is whether the boards lay back down or not. If there is damage to the finish like feathering […]
Why should you care? You first need to understand what it means when the hardwood flooring begins to cup. The bottom of the board picks up moisture during the water damage which is what causes the cupping. Increase of moisture content causes cupping so decreasing the moisture content or drying the boards will cause it […]
What type of flooring you should or shouldn’t dry? Floors you SHOULDN’T dry: Engineered – Engineered floors cannot be restored. You can dry those floors but you will not be able to successfully sand and refinish them. Making them a project you will not want to start. Laminate – You can dry it, however, you will […]