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Getting ready for the "Big Freeze" of 2009

larryTonight and tomorrow night are supposed to be near 10 degrees.  It's been 5-6 years since the temps went this low.  We're excited!  This will mean lots and lots of water damages!  Is it wrong to be so happy? :)  To prepare for this we're sending a truck to a distributor in Atlanta to buy lots more drying equipment.  And we have contacts where we can rent as much as we need.  Hundreds of pieces of equipment and seven trucks are ready to respond.  And the guys (and gals) are ready to work lots of overtime.    Whoopee!

Larry Banach - Construction Manager

Reader Comments (1)

Well, the freeze was not the big disaster we anticipated but at least we have those procedures in place. Now we know we are ready! I was really impressed with how everyone came together and was ready to help if needed.

January 19, 2009 | Unregistered Commenteradmin

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