Why We Follow the S500 IICRC Guidelines

Stutters Disaster Kleenup follows the S500 IICRC Guidelines, as this is a part of the training our Water Technicians receive, and aids us in determining what type of water loss your home or business has had. This in turn will determine what actions are to be taken to ensure that we have your place dried in the fastest time possible, with as little interruption, or any further damage.

There is a science to the drying process, and it’s not uncommon for you to see our technicians open doors and windows after they arrive, to do an “air exchange”, to help the drying process, depending on the readings that they see.

Stutters Disaster Kleenup’s technicians and Project Managers have meters that they use to measure moisture content of the walls, floors, and different building materials. We also use our infrared imaging cameras to better see if there is moisture, or change of temperature behind walls so that we do not have to open and cause possibly unnecessary secondary damage. The readings from the meters we use will determine our next course of action to further the drying process.

It is important that once our drying equipment is installed that it remains running for as long as possible. Should the equipment be turned off, it could add additional days to the drying process, further interrupting your home or business.

If you have questions on the equipment we have set up, please reach out to your Project Manager, and ask for further information.

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