What’s up water damage Denver friends, we have got a lot to discuss with you today because we have got about four or five days worth of industry knowledge that a week leaned from a, from an annual trip that we do, that all hinges around cleaning and restoration. And so not only does it introduce amazing, um, kind of advancements and kind of what’s new, what’s cool type stuff on the equipment side, on the platform side for how the, how we are able to operate the company, communicate with our customers, communicate, you know, uh, within the company as well. Yeah. It also, there’s also a conference dynamic to it that, uh, that every year, you know, there’s a little crossover. There’s some stuff that maybe has been touched on before, but, um, the people that put this particular show together definitely do their best to bring diversity in as far as introducing new subject matter, introducing, um, different perspectives on the restoration industry, the water damage industry, uh, the cleaning industry, and it’s always an exceptional time. So, um, what, uh, what I think we’ll just take a few minutes here today to discuss and um, kind of pass along as far as some of this information that we, we were, uh, exposed to might be a little technical today, might be a little, um,

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little too intense or whatever. But, um, I think, I think it’s good. I think it’s good for people to know and hear terms and um, not everything has specifically to do with the customers that, uh, would need our water damage denver number services. But anyway, we’re going to go for it. And so, uh, I would say the topic that two of the water damage, a gentleman on that track spoke about, um, bore the fact that in the, and these are people that literally have their own,

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Water damage companies, they have restoration training that goes on throughout the year. They own their own certifications are sort of, yeah, I guess a testing certification platform as well. So they see a lot of individuals come through people that are brand new to the industry, never seen anything related to water damage. And then they’ve got, you know, folks that have been in the industry forever, water damage, Denver vets, um, you know, folks that maybe even help write some of the standards. The education is continuing and really, you know, in, in what we do every day. If you’re not keeping up on those, that continuing education, if you’re not keeping up on, uh, the different twists and turns that the the industry is going, you’ll soon find yourself super frustrated, falling behind, unable to probably compete. Um, but also, you know, just kind of becoming unfamiliar with things that are happening in the insurance world on the technical side and many other ways.

So interestingly, even those, these guys were from two totally different companies. I’m don’t know if they know each other or not, but certainly aren’t affiliated in any way. They spoke on the high percentage of folks that come through their doors to learn from them and really don’t understand a lot of the, um, inner workings of, of how to accomplish a water damage. Denver job, how to get results, how to know that you’re getting the results that you want and how to diagnose and correct if for some reason things aren’t going the way that you had planned. So I have found that incredibly interesting and it helped me to be pretty introspective about myself, about big foot restoration and repair and you know, just where we’re going to really self assess and, and hopefully not become a part of these statistics that both of these gentlemen suggested. So what, what, um, the crux of their talks were on where you know, that everybody knows that if you know house floods, property, floods, you know, people are victims of water damage Denver and all over the world, that it needs to get dry, pretty simple and

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the question is then, well, how do we get this particular property dry? What are all of the factors that we need to consider and how can we accomplish this in the, in the most safe, appropriate time possible? And let’s just start, let’s go back just a little bit. You know, when just about anybody can look at a flooded house for flood flooded property, any area that’s got water damage Denver and they can, I can, they can make some pretty general statements and observations and probably most of them would be fairly correct. We need to get this dry. There’s these materials that are visibly wet or damaged and um, we need to try to save as much as possible. But it looks like there may be some things that are unsalvageable and at first glance all of those things may be true and that might get the actually get the job done in a certain percentage of cases. But it’s either it’s either going to come from experience or really good training that there’s just a multitude of other factors that need to be considered, understood and

dealt with to make sure that those objectives that we’re talking about earlier are met. So with respect to, you know, things like relative humidity, temperature, dewpoint, grains per pound, all of these different metrics that, that we can a lot of times find out from these little tools that we carry around with us. You know, from a chart, there’s different ways of getting this information. But what I felt was really interesting is that these guys had an incredibly beautiful understanding of how all of those numbers work together and how we should be able to look at those numbers both individually and collectively and say, okay, this falls within kind of the, the norm of, of what should be going on here. Or wait, this number’s really high or this number’s kind of concerningly low. What is going on that would cause this? And so let me go figure that out.

But then you know, what, what do I do to correct this and get things back on track. So, um, you know, equipment is not 100% I’m going to work every single time. It’s going to fail. It’s going to perform below spec. And looking at these numbers often and getting, getting the information and kind of analyzing it would really be helpful to tell us maybe this dehumidifiers not performing at the letter, let that reflect the level that it should. And so maybe, you know, getting that D off the job, getting another unit in and seeing if that changes things. There’s other factors. Um, you know, with respect to, you know, the, the temperature that you’re, you’re operating at in, in the building. A lot of people would think that the higher temp, the temperature, uh, you know, the more the kinetic energy is and it, and the quicker the drawing’s going to be, which decent assumption but not necessarily true, especially with the other dynamics that are going on. So we don’t, you know,

12 to 14 minute podcast, we don’t have time to go through all the inner workings of that. But, um, what we do want to be as a company every day and certainly, you know, honestly wish this for every water damage Denver to her company out there, both locally and worldwide. We just need to be that good as an industry. We need to study these numbers. We need to look at at the readings, um, the daily readings, you know, even on that first day, kind of the multiple readings of that first day and really see what, what numbers are being generated back to us and not just scribbling them down and entering them in because that’s what we need to do to, um, you know, satisfy the insurance agent or that, you know, probably more important that the adjuster with dry logs and stuff, but really analyze those numbers and make sure for that specific job that that is exactly where we should be, where we want to be and, you know, puts us in a space that we’ll be able to, you know, hit our, our projections and our goals as far as is what we’re trying to accomplish.

So numbers can be the same for different jobs and not be what you necessarily want there. Again, um, there’s other things that we have to know to know if those numbers are exactly what we want. So, uh, well we’ll probably follow up with another podcast similar to this one to explain more about, you know, some of these, uh, industry leaders and some of these people that have really, um, poured a ton of their time and effort into, to us and our, our causes that we’re trying to do every day. As, you know, good solid water damage, Denver company, um, people that are wanting to help and serve the community, but also are able to do that at the highest level and, um, you know, just provide that pinnacle of service for everyone that we work with. So, um, we sure appreciate, uh, the ability to be your water damage Denver company. We all, we welcome the opportunity. God forbid you ever have a loss due to water, fire, mold, smoke, any needs like that, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are here when you need us. Until next time, stay safe.