Contamination Elimination

July 20th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: , |

Submission for Modern Contractor Solutions By Scott McCurdy Contamination Elimination: Black Water General contractors witness the aftermath of all kinds of severe weather and disasters. Damage sustained from hurricanes, tornados and fires cost billions of dollars in reparation annually. While each type of natural disaster presents its own hazards for work crews, [...]

Don’t be a Sitting Duck this Hurricane Season …

June 2nd, 2020|Categories: Disaster Remediation|Tags: |

Prepare for Disasters Now Just six years ago, Hurricane Charley devastated Florida. The storm moved through Central Florida with damaging wind and rain, proving that even inland areas are susceptible to severe weather. This year, experts predict a “very active” season — Weather Services International forecast 18 named storms, with 10 hurricanes. [...]

An Ounce of Prevention …

June 1st, 2020|Categories: Disaster Remediation|Tags: |

An Ounce of Prevention … By taking steps to plan ahead for severe weather, residential property managers can save both owners and renters from unnecessary headaches. By Scott McCurdy It’s official: the Atlantic Hurricane Season is here. This year’s forecast predicts an above average year for hurricane activity with some experts [...]

Houston – Senior Living Redesign

April 23rd, 2020|Categories: Senior Living, Redesign, Reconstruction|

#FinishFriday! Wrapped up a large #seniorliving total #redesign in Houston Texas. We helped transform and update all finishes through out the entire community. Special thanks to Angel and our team in Houston, 🙏💪 #generalcontractor #seniorlivingdesign #seniorlivinginteriors

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Hey Mold … Dry Up!

May 6th, 2019|Categories: Disaster Remediation|Tags: |

Submission for American School and Hospital Facility DEK: Moisture, and the mold born from it, can cause havoc and make life miserable for facility managers. Here are some tips for getting and staying dry. By Scott McCurdy When it comes to structural integrity, mold is like a wet blanket. [...]