You have just purchased a new piece of restoration equipment. Yes, this is exciting and you certainly want to get out on the job and try the equipment, play with it and have an opportunity to really see it in action.
What do you need to think about?
Well, unfortunately there are no 2 restoration jobs that are exactly identical. Each job has slightly different requirements so will need a different approach.
As a professional the first step of any restoration process will of course be the assessment process. During this stage of the job you will look at the damaged areas and the extent of the damage. Once this has been assessed it it important to assess what approach and equipment will be best for the job.
I think we can all agree that it would not be appropriate to use a specialised piece of equipment such as an injectidry on every job. This is a brilliant piece of equipment which is used for specialised drying situations. It is great for wood floors, inside wall cavities and more, but of course we would not simply use it on each job because we have purchased it and want to make the most of it.
The aim is to develop a wide range of tools in the tool kit or equipment kit. We want to have a variety of equipment pieces to suit a wide range of situations so that when we step into a restoration job we can make decisions about what will will use and what will help us get to the best result for our customer.