Soil-Away Attends Applied Structural Drying (ASD) School
This summer Soil-Away sent two operations managers, Tommy and Cam, to Philadelphia, PA to attend Applied Structural Drying (ASD) school. This advanced course is a three-day, hands-on water damage restoration experience that culminates with a certification exam. During the course a house is flooded so that attendees can experiment with different drying techniques and approaches. Applied Structural Drying school is designed for experienced water damage restoration technicians who have years’ experience in the industry and are already IICRC Water Damage (WRT) certified.
“The goal is to increase efficiency in the field to better serve our clients,” states Soil-Away owner Jack Solloway. “Our mission is to help families and businesses recover from property disaster. By equipping our teams through education they are better suited to achieve that mission. Investing in industry education for our team has always been at the core of what we do.”
Both Tommy and Cam passed the exam adding two more Applied Structural Drying certifications to the Soil-Away roster. “Attending ADS schools was a great experience,” explains Cam. “It took my level understanding to a whole new level when it comes to water damage restoration. I am excited to share with the rest of the technician team so that we can keep improving for our customers.”
Team Soil-Away would like to thank Schapers Supply in Philadelphia for hosting a great ASD course. Their flood house is a tremendous training tool and we appreciate the opportunity to attend.
Soil-Away Cleaning & Restoration Services is a premier disaster recover company serving New Hampshire, northern Massachusetts, and southern Maine. The company is family owned, operated and is not a franchise. Primary services include flood and fire damage restoration, mold remediation, HVAC air duct cleaning and carpet cleaning. Soil-Away is IICRC master-certified for water, fire and textile restoration. Call 24/7 at 603-641-6555 for any and all of your property disaster recovery needs.