- THE MAGAZINE
Even with advances in drying equipment over the last 10-15 years, drying certain areas of structures can still present challenges.
As a 40-year veteran of the cleaning and restoration industries, I’m proud to have witnessed and been a part of the advancements in science and technology.
The cleaning and restoration industry has been vexed with this issue for years - exactly how clean is clean?
Here are some things to look for in a structural contractor strategic partner:
Visible signs of water damage and moisture intrusions are easily recognized.
The focus of this issue is innovation. We tend to associate change with innovation and progress.
The main difference is the technology used to dehumidify the air passing through the unit.
When we were putting together the ICS 50th anniversary issue last February (www.icsmag.com/50), I remember speaking with Claude Blackburn about his early days in the industry.
You might have heard the quote, “Those who can’t do, teach.” That’s hardly the case in the cleaning and restoration industry.
RIA's 2014 Leadership Summit is building off the tremendous success of last year's event, with more focused content that impacts your business, better networking opportunities and a bigger and better Industry Expo Hall.Read More