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Environmental Considerations in the Claims Process

Following notification of impact to a property through the claims notification process, restorers are regularly called upon to make necessary initial decisions regarding water extraction and drying and impacted material removal. Prevailing documentation, including the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC’s) S500 Standard...

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Lead-Based Paint Regulations & How They Impact Your Project

Projects that involve damage or disturbance of painted or coated surfaces, as well as development or improvements of existing structures, may involve some level of lead impact regardless of the type, age, or location of the property. The use of lead in paints and coatings...

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The Effect of COVID-19 on Active Construction: Project Restarts

Though it is not yet clear how long site work will be suspended or whether certain markets will begin to open up earlier than others, there are several considerations that any Owner can take during COVID suspensions to best position their Project and Project teams...

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FEMA’s Commonly Misinterpreted ‘50% Rule’

Did you know that a residential structure is three times as likely to experience a flood than a fire over the 30-year life of a mortgage? In fact, flooding is the most common type of natural disaster in the United States and worldwide. Within the...

 
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