Resource pages for "water damage"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
After a disaster involving water intrusion, moisture meters are crucial to assess and document the damage prior to replacement or restoration.
Proper maintenance and using available equipment can help facility management prevent flooding caused by frozen auxiliary drains.
Manufactured and distributed by Archetype Ltd., Flood Buzz™ is a line of patented, low-cost, easy-to-use water leak alarms that warn of impending leaks.
The AI-based leak prevention provider has teamed with Howden to equip building owners with this technology.
In addition to water infiltration, rainscreen systems also manage air infiltration, negative wind pressures, heat transfer, and vapor transmission into and out of a building.
WINT's Water Intelligence was recognized by the Insurance Times for its impact in reducing water damage risk and insurance claims.
Understanding the biggest threats extreme cold poses and taking measures to prepare against them can go a long way in mitigating costs and exposure.
TripleGuard™, a smart water leak monitoring, detection and prevention system from RectorSeal®, has won a Dealer Design Award sponsored by the HVAC/R industry magazine The News.
The Everest 870HP pairs a Kubota four-cylinder engine with a Euros vacuum blower to deliver power, performance, and durability with up to 2,500 PSI.
Fall is the ideal time to prepare your facility for winter weather. Routine inspections of your building from roof to foundation now can prevent costly repairs in the future
When responding to a water-related disaster, time is of the essence. Here are 10 best practices to expedite the water remediation process.
Facility management extends asset life with a two-step approach to preventive maintenance: inspection, followed by execution.
Internal sources of water intrusion include plumbing and mechanical systems, while external sources include floods or even an average rainfall.
In the United States, water damage accounts for a staggering $11 billion of insurance claims each year, and is a cause of trouble for insurance companies and facility managers alike.