reduced loss of use
Restorative drying can slash months off of lost use for hardwood sports floors damaged by. water intrusion or excessive humidity
REDUCED OPERATION EXPENSE
An average sized gym floor costs over $240,000 to replace. For schools, park districts and others, it's devastating.
It's All About Maintaining Operational Continuity.
KEY RESOURCE FOR:
Whether caused by a storm, plumbing failure or accident, a wet gym floor is a stressful situation for everyone concerned...facilities, buildings and grounds, administration, risk management, the district board...this is "not in the budget."
Traditionally, if a large hardwood sports floor has become seriously wet, it's more than likely that tear-out and replacement was considered the only option. Even today, it is extremely common to hear that key people involved in a loss have not heard about restorative drying in-place as an alternative to the enormous cost and loss of use involved after the floor experiences swelling and buckling.
PHOENIX AWARD® WINNING
ACR was named winner of the RIA Phoenix Award for Innovation in Restoration for a project that exemplifies the value of our restorative drying.
ACR has always been a company dedicated to top level protocol as set forth by the leading governing bodies in the restoration industry, including The IICRC, RIA (Restoration Industry Association), EPA and OSHA. The methods and practices to which ACR adheres are tested and proven to be effective for maximum positive outcomes and cost containment.
ACR's Restorative drying for hardwood floors affected by moisture involves use of the latest and most efficient equipment. But that alone is not enough to guarantee successful drying. Only highly educated project managers and technicians can execute the custom design of drying systems appropriate for each unique situation.
Also crucial to successful drying is a thorough knowledge of structures and materials. ACR has vast experience, having restored thousands of losses over the past 30 years. This experience, along with continuous harvesting of new information, builds a dependable and powerful team to mitigate and restore even the most severe water damage.
CLIENTS WE SERVE
Organizations served by ACR for specialty restorative drying of water-damaged hardwood sports floors include:
ACR is aligned with key regulatory, educational and informational organizations for consistent delivery of best-practices and knowledge-based recoveries:
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