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.
I have been involved in many dispute resolutions & appraisals/legal proceedings where parties misunderstood what was happening on the project. This breakdown of communication is where things usually occur and hopefully, this video provides some clarity and makes it easier to understand.
Thank you for watching my video of restoration simplified. I found it extremely hard to understand all these concepts coming into the industry and even today I have to work hard to really grasp what they mean. My goal is to help you save time figuring it out and providing you with a place to go where you know the information is accurate and not too dry to watch.
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Kris “Rez” Rzesnoski