Weekly Team Meetings for Restoration Companies

With emergency jobs, day-to-day responsibilities, and “better things to do” it can be really hard to set aside time for training and company discussions about ways to improve. That’s why we’ve created a brand new Reets TV Training Track: Weekly Team Meetings for A Year.

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How to use the training track:

The “Weekly Team Meetings for A Year” training track is designed for busy companies that only have about 10-15 minutes to train per week.

 Step 1: Go to Reets TV Streaming either on your computer, your Roku, or Reets TV app (Android or Apple)

Step 2: In the search bar search: “weekly training” and choose the training track

Download this Reets TV Weekly Training Checklist

Step 3: Play the first video. If you have time, discuss the training as a team. Ask some questions:

  • Is this how we are doing it in the field?
  • Are there any challenges with doing this?
  • Could we improve?
  • What could we do better? 

Step 4: Once a week, watch ONE training video. In a year, you will have watched 52 training videos and have created an environment for company discussion and improvement.


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Here's the Restoration Weekly Training Track video list:

Week 1: Value of Exacting Carpet Pad (8 min)

Week 2: Extracting Carpet Pad (12 min)

Week 3: Air Mover Identification and Testing (15 min)

Week 4: Air Mover Best Application and Placement (8 min)

Week 5: Setting the Right Number of Air Movers (13 min)

Week 6: Moisture Meter Identification (8 min)

Week 7: Using Hygrometers and IR Thermometers (12 min)

Week 8: Invasive Moisture Meter Application (12 min)

Week 9: Non-invasive Moisture Meter Application (10 min)

Week 10: Dehumidification’s Role in Drying (10 min)

Week 11: Using LGR Dehumidifiers (14 min)

Week 12: Setting the Right Number of LGR Dehumidifiers (14 min)

Week 13: Electrical Basics and Safety on Water Losses – Part 1 (10 min)

Week 14: Electrical Basics and Safety on Water Losses – Part 2 (11 min)

Week 15: Direct Heat Application Basics (10 min)

Week 16: Floor Drying Principles (10 min)

Week 17: Application for Wood and Ceramic Floors (14 min)

Week 18: Containment Principles (8 min)

Week 19: Containment Application (10 min)

Week 20: Handling Contents on A Water Loss (12 min)

Week 21: PPE On Water Losses (9 min)

Week 22: Wall Air Injection Tools (7 min)

Week 23: Wall Injection Application (12 min)

Week 24: Understanding Air Filtration Devices (8 min)

Week 25: Using Air Filtration Devices (10 min)

Week 26: Psychrometry 101 (14 min)

Week 27: Psychrometry 102 (13 min)

Week 28: Evaporation Potential 101 – Dalton’s Law of Evaporation (11 min)

Week 29: Evaporation Potential 102 – Calculation Evaporation Potential (14 min)

Week 30: Increase EP by Drying the Air (12 min)

Week 31: Increase EP by Heating Wet Surfaces (15 min)

Week 32: Drying with Evaporation Potential (11 min)

Week 33: Determining the Category of Water (9 min)

Week 34: ATP Testing and Category of Loss – Interview with Slade Smith

Week 35: Initial Response to Mold Amplification on A Water Loss (7 min)

Week 36: ATP Sampling Procedures (4 min)

Week 37: Removing Baseboard and Cutting Drywall (17 min)

Week 38: Drying Crawl Space Structure (14 min)

Week 39: Drying Crawl Space Soil (12 min)

Week 40: Crawl Space Drying Process (8 min)

Week 41: Hardwood Floor Drying – Part 1 (2 min)

Week 42: Hardwood Floor Drying – Part 2 (1 min)

Week 43: Hardwood Floor Drying – Part 3 (1 min)

Week 44: Hardwood Floor Drying Process (15 min)

Week 45: In Place Drying (9 min)

Week 46: Conventional Drying Process When Removing Padding and Drying Carpet (10 min)

Week 47: Ceramic Tile Drying Process – Part 1 (14 min)

Week 48: Ceramic Tile Drying Process – Part 2 (8 min)

Week 49: Category 3 Water Loss Response Principles

Week 50: Category 3 Water Loss – Process

Week 51: Category 3 Water Loss Contaminated Material Removal (3 min)

Week 52: Category 3 Water Loss – Decontamination



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