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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.

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Understanding the Insurance Claims Process

July 13, 2016

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...

Patient Safety – a Shared Responsibility

June 14, 2016

Healthcare professionals have a common goal: to make people healthy again. To obtain this goal, there are many groups within a healthcare facility that need to work together harmoniously...

How Clean is ‘Terminal Clean’?

May 24, 2016

For those who work in healthcare facilities on a regular basis, the phrase terminal clean can mean a variety of things. Terminal cleaning can be performed after a...

The Right One

April 26, 2016

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...

From Good to Great

April 13, 2016

Having reliable and well-trained employees is the cornerstone of any restoration companies' success. That doesn't seem like a groundbreaking idea, does it? If you look deeper, as a manager, you may have...

Why Flood Insurance Matters

March 15, 2016

In the last few months we have all seen or lived in areas that have experienced significant flooding. You may have flood insurance for your home but how about your business? Floods are the most common natural disaster...

Humor at Work

March 01, 2016

"A sense of humor is part of the art of leadership, of getting along with people, and of getting things done." Who said it? Chris Rock? Tina Fey? Will Ferrell? Wrong, wrong, and wrong...

Have You Sharpened Your Axe?

February 16, 2016

Abraham Lincoln was well known for his energy, prudence, and sharp intellect- leadership qualities that are optimal for progress and productivity. "Give me six hours to chop down a tree...


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