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Restoration 1 Implements Remote Monitoring and Dewald’s E3 Methodology


NEWSRELEASE. Golden, Co. December 15, 2021. Restoration 1 recently introduced operational efficiencies that provide a faster recovery process for both businesses and homeowners. These efficiencies include a remote monitoring system that allows for equipment monitoring of a facility to help lower the cost of any water disaster; and the implementation of a specific training process and unique drying methodology called E3.

Remote Monitoring System. Using advanced technology, Restoration 1 can set up specialized equipment in the customer’s facility and monitor the equipment remotely – ensuring the quickest possible drying of your home or office. By monitoring the equipment, Restoration 1 can determine whether the conditions in the affected areas are drying out as expected or whether further action needs to be taken. The system also allows for alerts if equipment stops running unexpectedly. Because manual labor costs are reduced, the remote monitoring system benefits customers by reducing their water damage restoration costs. The system also aids the home or business owner in negotiations with their insurance companies by providing the carrier with an irrefutable log of the drying conditions during the lifespan of the mitigation process.

What the remote monitoring system means for residential properties:

Micah Jefferson, owner and President of Restoration 1, discussed the benefits to the customer. “As most of us have experienced in our daily lives, technology provides data that gives us a deeper understanding of processes and ensures that whatever we are doing is culminating in the results we expect. This system assures the homeowner that the drying process is effective and can help to determine a timeframe for completion. The data can also lead to less negotiation with insurance companies, resulting in a quicker settlement of the claim.”

What the remote monitoring system means for commercial properties:

For Kristine Minty, Commercial Account Manager with Restoration 1, the system provides a cost-effective reason to use Restoration 1. “Monitoring large commercial properties during a loss can be costly as numerous monitoring visits are necessary to achieve the correct drying status. Lowering the number of monitoring visits greatly reduces the overall cost of the claim.”

E3 Drying Methodology. The lead technicians at Restoration 1 recently completed an elite drying school, The Chuck Dewald Structural Drying Academy. The training includes precise process details about drying structures to ensure the best results. Restoration 1 is one of only a handful of companies in the country that provide this level of educational commitment of its technicians. One of the techniques included in this instruction was specific to drying wood floors. With the proper equipment and know-how, Restoration 1 is able to remove water from flooring, dry the wood and bring wood floors back to their original shape.

Wes Dean, Director of Sales at Restoration 1 explained why this drying system is so popular with the insurance agents he works with. “The process must be precise, but when dealing with clean water damage [not from contaminated water], homeowners and insurance agents are especially pleased. Whenever we can restore a floor back to its original beauty, homeowners can be back in their homes quicker and insurance claims can be resolved sooner.”

Restoration 1 provides reliable restoration services to the Front Range and High Country of Colorado. Premium services include Fire Damage, Smoke Damage, Water Damage, Mold Removal and Crawlspace Encapsulation. The owner, Micah Jefferson, is also a volunteer on the Genesee Fire Department. For homes or businesses experiencing an emergency situation, prompt service is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Call 72O-605-2994.