The Roving Restorer

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The Roving Restorer – Kris Rzesnoski

From The Experience Show Floor: Innovations & Collaboration in Drying

There were some exciting announcements from the show floor at The Experience Convention & Trade Show in Las Vegas in September, including the unveiling of Encircle’s Hydro technology. Encircle VP Kris Rzesnoski talks a bit about the new technology, and about more up-and-coming integrations and collaboration in the industry.

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Who Sets The Drying Goal? | The Roving Restorer

It’s important to understand the Restorer is the critical party who must establish the drying goal and agree to be able to work toward achieving it. A consultant, IEP or another party who is not hired by the contractor is just there to provide their opinion and that opinion should be checked and verified that they have the training, experience and knowledge. The restorer has to deliver the the project results and be confident in your decision. Restoration Simplified! See more videos from The Roving Restorer right here!

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7 Ways to Stabilize a Water Job | The Roving Restorer

For many restorers the “when” a job needs stabilization can be a daunting and difficult decision to make, but it shouldn’t be a difficult decision to make because the IICRC/S500 provides the restorer many instances that stabilization is required. We break this down and cover seven conditions and circumstances where stabilization is justified and in most cases required. Don’t feel like you are making a mistake when you are trying to do the right thing. Restoration Simplified! Thank you for watching my video of restoration simplified. I found it extremely hard to understand all

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Stabilization vs Restorative Drying | The Roving Restorer

Stabilization is something that the restorer “Should” do on restoration projects that are no in a sanitary condition before restorative drying. The insurance and restoration industry doesn’t always use the right language to explain what is happening on the job site and this leads to confusion, uncertainty and conflict.

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