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There’s no spring without the urge to clean! The two are nearly synonymous. Spring = clean.

So if you haven’t made the time or the checklist yet, we have something for you property managers and property owners out there. Here’s our spring maintenance checklist:



Putting in the time now to check these things off will pay off. As you know, property ownership and maintenance is a long game; it’s an investment. There are no shortcuts when it comes to your investments, and they take the proper TLC.

Building exteriors and general outdoor maintenance is key this time of year. Here are some of the top to-do’s:

1. Follow up on the items that weren’t reparable during the rainy season (e.g. chipping paint).

2. Plan ahead for landscaping needs (e.g tree removal or pest control).

3. Complete tasks before winter weather returns (e.g. clean gutters).

Taking care of regular and routine maintenance can ultimately prevent the need for major repairs. And, in the event of significant restoration needs, your property will be in the best position to withstand and recover from damage.

We know that property maintenance is never ending, but outlining priorities and planning ahead are the best ways to manage your structures and outdoor areas.

Take a few minutes to review the checklist. There is still a month left in spring and plenty of time get cleaning!

Download our printable checklist, here.


Water is everywhere it doesn’t belong. Now, what to do?

Damage to a home or property is rarely something we can prepare for. Preventing the unexpected is nearly impossible. Apart from emergency kits and evacuation plans necessary to keep a household safe, there are few advance steps we can take to anticipate sudden damage.

But, we can be knowledgeable about what to do in the aftermath of water flooding our home.

No one expects to return from vacation to find a laundry room, bathroom or kitchen pooling with water. Therefore, when water strikes, next steps matter. We have to quickly determine which professionals to call for help and how to manage the problem.

Water damage is a unique challenge. It’s not just about cleaning up the visible water but identifying the source, determining water quality, and restoring the property to a safe environment.



Here are some key steps you can take if you discover water in your home:


  1. Act immediately to identify the source of the water.
  2. Remove as much standing water as possible and attempt to aerate the space.
  3. Open doors and windows to help reduce humidity.
  4. Notify your insurance carrier.
  5. Seek professional help to prevent mold, especially if water has potentially damaged wood sub floors or wall cavities.
  6. Remember that professional water damage services are a covered peril, and many policies provide limited coverage for mold remediation.


Be sure to review your policy with your insurance provider and follow the above steps. Acting quickly is the first line of defense in preventing further unnecessary damage to the property.

After taking steps to halt the problem, contacting a restoration professional is key in determining the best plan to restore your property. There are different water categories (1,2, & 3) and category 3 water damage is a level that can contain harmful agents, especially if sewage water or toilet backflows are involved. In the event of category 3 water damage, you’ll want to consult with professionals who can employ antimicrobial cleaning agents to ensure toxic elements are removed from your home.

You cannot prevent the unknown but you can prepare how to respond. Knowing what to do is half the battle in resolving any issue, especially property damage.

So, know who to call, us at Restoration Management Company. We’ll help with the second half of the battle – eliminating the problem and restoring your property.

Asbestos is a prominent construction material of the past whose remnants we are still removing today.

What is it? A non-combustible, inorganic fiber.

Why is it harmful? Its airborne fibers cause major health risks.

Where might it be found? In various construction materials.

Who to go to for assistance? Restoration Management Company.

When are ideal times for removal? Spring and summer.

Asbestos is an inorganic fiber that was once considered a useful addition to construction materials, like roofing, insulation, tiling, and more. Asbestos helped improve different materials by reducing heat, absorbing sound, and increasing durability among other qualities.

Unfortunately, asbestos is known to produce terrible side effects. If its fibers are inhaled for prolonged periods of time, there are serious health risks such as lung cancer or mesothelioma. As a result, the U.S. began phasing out asbestos use in the 70’s.

Today, our national Environmental Protection Agency lists the many bans on types of asbestos use and dictates where and how the material is permitted to remain in buildings constructed prior to introduction of regulations.

Asbestos is still found in many older buildings like public schools, government buildings, older office complexes and residential construction. With known health consequences, many owners and occupants of these structures are working to remove all traces of asbestos material.


This is where Restoration Management Company can help!



We at Restoration Management Company have many highly trained and certified technicians who work to safely and effectively remove asbestos from any property type. We can remove materials, help improve safety, and restore buildings, while working closely with clients to meet building preservation expectations.

For many building types, especially schools, spring and summer breaks are the prime times to address asbestos abatement. When fewer employees are present, students are away on scheduled breaks, or more families are off work on vacation, the spring and summer months are great seasons to plan for asbestos removal. This strategic timing especially helps property sites limit asbestos exposure for the duration of the project.

If you are a building owner, school administrator, or in facilities with ties to a property with asbestos issues, please reach out to Restoration Management Company. You can find details of our abatement process and client testimonials here on our website.

We would be honored to help you identify remedies and next steps for improving building safety!

You can connect with an expert staff member in your service area via our website, online contact form, or by calling (800) 400-5058.

We look forward to working with you!

Your RMC Team

“…RMC is the most trusted name in environmental abatement industry, with over 10,000 completed asbestos abatement projects…”



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“…RMC is the most trusted name in the Emergency Restoration industry, we offer 24/7 Emergency Board Up Services…”

You never know when disaster will strike. Because of this it is important to know who to turn to ahead of time. When the unexpected happens you can call Restoration Management Company (RMC) for the protection of your business or home and the valuables within.

Securing a structure after a fire, flood, vandalism, car crash or any other event which leaves a breech in a building envelope is paramount. Doing so prevents additional damage from the elements and/or vandals. That is why no job is too big or small for RMC.

With an average response time of less than an hour, we are here when you need us most. 24 hours a day,7 days a week.

For more than 25 years, RMC’s experience and services have afforded our customers peace of mind. Trusting your property is secure provides the time and energy needed to handle the many other important dynamics of a loss.

If you are in the need of emergency board-up services, please call RMC today.
• 24/7 Board Up Services
• Doors & Windows Board Up
• Tarping Services
• Residential Board Up Services
• Commercial Board Up Services
• Perimeter security / Temporary Fencing
• Rapid Response
• Local service in your area
• Insurance Billing
• Vacant / Foreclosed Properties

For local Board Up service call (800) 400-5058 or email us on our contact us page.

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“…We have completed over 5,000 successful mold remediation projects, the most trusted name in Solvang…”

How RMC can save you money:

It is important in today’s litigious environment to call a professional firm to handle water losses. Timing is critical to the drying of a structure to prevent the growth of destructive mold and mildew. However, in the unfortunate event of microbial growth Restoration Management Company (RMC) understands the importance of remediation. Some species of mold and mildew can cause serious health complications. It is important to have a specialist perform proper removal of contaminated areas. Restoration Management Company has a staff of trained technicians using the latest technology in remediation to properly eliminate harmful microbiological contamination.

1. We use designated trained employees not temps.
2. Our leads are certified and know what they are doing – no wasted time.
3. We have state of the art equipment.
4. We use dry ice blasting on larger projects to expedite the work.
5. We use thermo imaging cameras to locate damage.
6. We have completed thousands of mold projects so we know how to be efficient.
7. We have multiple crews so we can get to your jobs quickly to prevent down time on jobs.
8. We work with multiple hygienist so we can get jobs cleared quickly
9. We have an excellent track record in passing jobs without additional cleanings needed.
10. We have a DOSH certificate so we can handle any asbestos or lead issues at the same time mold is being done so you don’t have to call in additional contractors to complete the job.

10 steps for mold remediation:

1. Perform a thorough preliminary inspection using state of the art tools. i.e.: Thermo imaging cameras and moisture equipment to determine the precise scope of work. Don’t guess.

2. Choose good hygienists that are trained in providing reliable protocols, if needed.

3. Set up proper engineering controls:
a) 6 ml air tight containments
b) establish negative air inside containments to ensure no cross contamination happens.

4. Use quality equipment (HEPA filter) that has been DOP tested to ensure they are working properly.

5. Constantly cleanup work areas to avoid cross contamination.

6. Seal all debris in 6 ml bags to control the environment and also avoid cross contamination.

7. Thorough cleaning of all surfaces by HEPA sanding, or ice blasting followed by HEPA vacuuming, then wet wipe followed by second round of HEPA vacuuming.

8. Do a thorough visual inspection to ensure work is ready for post remediation testing.

9. Allow proper air scrubbing time with HEPA filters prior to post testing as directed in protocols.

10. Call for post remediation testing and insist on testing inside and outside of containments to make sure all areas are cleared before containments are removed.

11. Remove containments after clearances. Make sure all areas are clean, safe and ready for next stage of repairs.

For immediate assistance call 1-800-400-5058 or email us on our contact us page.