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The Roving Restorer – Kris Rzesnoski
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
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.