Rolyn's blog serves as a platform to inform and educate our audience on a wide variety of topics related to the restoration and reconstruction industry.
Are you and your facility disaster ready? As reported by the American Red Cross, as many as 40 percent of small businesses never reopen following a major natural disaster, such as a flood, tornado or earthquake. A majority of those businesses had no disaster plans or back-up systems in place. Aristotle said it best, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.” The same is true for disaster preparedness and emergency management. As a facility manager, continuous examination of potential building risks and exposures is necessary and should become a habit in your daily work practices. Read More >
Upon joining the Rolyn team, employees undergo extensive training in HIPAA and OSHA regulations, ILSM, and ICRA standards, ensuring all aspects of a remediation project are in compliance with health and safety laws. Understanding the nuances of healthcare environments – for example, the positive pressurization of operating rooms versus the negative pressure in isolation rooms – is important information to know when determining project parameters. Read More >
For most property owners, this may be the first, and hopefully, last time a disaster hits their property. Unless you, the property owner, have filed a claim before and have been through the process of seeing a claim from beginning to end, it can be very complicated. Full service restoration contractors such as Rolyn understand every detailed step involved in navigating a property claim. From the first phone call to finally moving a family or business back into their property, we have the experience and professionalism to help guide you through this complicated process. Read More >
The restoration industry can be extremely reactionary; workloads can sway dramatically with a couple of phone calls. The natural response is to act immediately, as the adrenaline from new projects and gained revenue can be exciting. With an increased work volume, work requirement evaluation and risk versus reward can often be overlooked. Read More >
If you live in the south, you know two things: the weather can be extremely humid and humidity creates condensation. As temperatures reach the mid-50s to 60s, crawl spaces can resemble caves, with increased moisture levels and poor ventilation. These are also ideal conditions for mold growth. Read More >