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Kris Rzesnoski

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How to size your equipment right

Restoration experts Kris Rzesnoski and Lorne McIntyre discuss the importance of proper equipment placement and utilization, and what factors could either help or hurt your drying strategy.

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Stabilization vs Drying

Stabilization has one goal and one goal only: prevent secondary damages like high humidity and mold growth while dealing with the contamination.

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Document Your Job to Profitability

Restorers are often faced with important decisions that either result in profitability or loss. Defending your reputation, actions, and bottom line, without proper evidence or data wastes time, money, and energy. There are a couple steps a...

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Know Where Moisture Travels Webinar Recap

Understanding how moisture travels is critical to the success of your drying plan. Watch and learn from restoration expert, Kris Rzesnoski, as he explains how temperature affects dew point, vapour pressure differentials, and how to prevent...

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The Top Five Elements of a Successful Pack Out Webinar Recap

Contents is an important part of any restoration job. Watch restoration expert, Kris Rzesnoski, as he explains how to crush contents pack outs and why documenting items thoroughly is the way to a customer's heart.

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Are You Leaving Money on the Table Webinar Recap

Restoration contractors know: accurate scopes become accurate estimates. But how do techs and PMs create accurate scopes every time? Watch restoration expert, Kris Rzesnoski, as he explains how you can avoid missing common line items and ...

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Liability: Your Hidden Commodity Webinar Recap

The restoration business deals in risky situations everyday that can cost you money. That means you can make more money if you understand how to manage risk and reduce liabilities. In this webinar recording of Liability: Your Hidden Commodity, we...

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Restoration Ready: The Importance of Detailed Scopes

I started in this industry as an independent adjuster. I worked for an old-school adjuster who, and I quote: “Will fire you immediately if you leave it to the contractor to write your scope of work. If you don’t go to site and write your own...

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5 Rules for Successfully Implementing Technology in Your Business

I remember the day my staff handed me a stack of iPads because they didn’t help in the field. After spending countless hours creating a system that nobody could or would use, my staff still found pen and paper faster and more reliable. You...

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