A small box and probe has been designed to measure moisture and humidity and transmit the data back to the technician.
This means that the people living or working in the affected building will not be disturbed as much as previously when a technician might have to drive hundreds of miles for a single measurement.
This means that Richfords Fire & Flood can bring its restoration skills to a larger number of people over a bigger geographical area.
The system also has another benefit; reducing the restoration company’s carbon footprint by approximately 20 tonnes/annum.
Watch our film where MD Steven Richford explains more about it.