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E-TES Smart Dry

Category: Mitigation

Principal Author(s): Mark Whatley, Seth Harrison

Key Contributor(s): David Mattioli, Dan Smith

AI Board Approval: 06/14/2017

Last Update: 01/18/2019

Tags: Air Mover, Equipment, Performance Drying, Smart Dry, TES, Thermal

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This assumes a single-level residential water loss (Class 3 | Cat 1). E-TES performance drying equipment was exclusively employed.

Ultimately the performance drying was successful in its efforts to mitigate additional damages and manage the overarching claim cost (assumes a substantial reduction in the scope and cost associated with the repair).

This Insight Sheet exists to clarify how one might invoice for an E-TES Smart Dry.

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4 Comment(s)

Joao Argollo Posted 11 months ago

This is perfect for my E-TES! I was curious how to invoice for this.

Mike Allred Posted 11 months ago

May need to add your power to it. weather you use a spider box/distribution pannel or tie into dryer power. then you can also add for the cable per xactimate and the detach reset of dryer

Seth Harrison Posted 11 months ago

@Mike Allred - Spot on. We built these to be modular like Legos, using multiple Insight Sheets to create a full estimate. Based on your comment, check out our Power Distribution Box Insight Sheet found here:

Victor Huerta Posted 7 months ago

This is a great start to an applicable F9 note. I am still having problems proving to adjusters why this is useful rather than say a mobile descant or even that heat applications are necessary or effective at all. Can you gentlemen expand on this with perhaps some theory to solidify. This is Greg with Superior not Victor btw :)