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Robust performance in line with our expectations

8/10/2017

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Think dry

6/2/2017

The Swedish construction industry is facing tough challenges when it comes to environmental protection, energy and moisture protection. Standards are high and construction firms can save money by improving their skills in these areas. Specifically, by working with humidity control during the entire process, it is possible to build faster, better and more economically.

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Fighting the flood

5/22/2017

At the beginning of summer last year, large parts of Europe were hit by torrential rainfalls. Roads were washed out. Tens of thousands of people had to be evacuated. Tragic deaths were reported. Schools and public services had to be shut down. In disasters like this, efforts have to be carried out immediately and effectively to save people and property. The very scale of the disaster puts special emphasis on organising the actions in a strategic way.

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Practice makes perfect

5/15/2017

How do you cope with and optimally deal with severe water damage? Theoretical knowledge is all well and good. But to be an excellent property damage restoration technician you need hands-on experience. You have to practise regularly under realistic and controlled conditions. Just like firefighters have to train all the time to be able to do their job efficiently when severe emergencies occur. This has always been a gruelling challenge for the entire damage control industry.

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800 assignments in one week

5/15/2017

In early August last year, Oslo was hit by the heaviest rains in 30 years. Tunnels flooded and roads were blocked, causing gigantic tailbacks. And basements quickly filled up with water. A disaster was in the making. Even more so, since the Oslo Fire and Emergency Department issued a statement that they lacked the capacity to answer all the incoming calls. Homeowners in urgent need of help were asked to contact their insurance companies.

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