- THE MAGAZINE
Dri-Eaz Products recently hosted more than 20 VIPs from the water restoration industry to help christen the company’s new Center for Advanced Restorative Drying in Burlington, WA. Among the attendees were company presidents, IICRC board members, consultants, trainers, managers and business owners from the United States and Canada. Participants tackled restoration challenges head-on and encountered various building materials—plaster, concrete, lumber, engineered wood, cabinets, hardwood floors, sheet vinyl, tile, wainscoting, ceramic tile, wall coverings and furniture.
Working in teams to extract water, attendees used myriad intruments and measurements, incorporated top down drying and learned new ways to strategically place equipment.