Notes from a Remodeling & General Contractor for the Wichita, KS Area
In our ongoing series about water restoration, we’ve discussed the categories of water damage but now want to turn our attention to the various classifications.
In past articles, we have referenced the IICRC. What exactly is it? Within most industries and professions, there are ways of recognizing professional work standards and providing continuing education including fire & water damage mitigation. Consumers value safety, integrity of work, excellence, and professional work standards. For example, the airline industry has developed certifications and continuing education courses to certify and educate pilots.
We are continuing our Water Restoration Categories & Classes series which covers the various types of water losses and why it is good to have a professional team dry and repair damage. Previously we discussed Category 1 - "clean water" and in this post we will be discussing Category 2 - “Grey Water” and the dangers of a slow response.
S&A Construction, Inc. has a great deal of experience working with the many insurance companies in the Wichita, KS metro area. One of the critical stages of insurance coverage we’ve found to be is the First Notice of Loss (FNOL). Simply translated, the FNOL is the policy holder informing the insurance company of a loss.
If you are dreaming of a kitchen or bathroom remodel in the Wichita, KS area, an understanding of the basic terminology and important components of tile installation is key to a smooth running project.
As winter approaches in Kansas, we want to talk about the different designs and features commonly available in our preferred lines of replacement windows. Each windows design style has a different function and cost benefit depending on what you are searching for.
Today we want to talk about important things that we see in our contractor business that could potentially save or cost a homeowner thousands of dollars depending on what kind of and how much coverage to maintain on a home.