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Standard Dry Out Equipment & Monitoring

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: Appliance, Dry out, Equipment, Monitoring, dryout

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This assumes a residential multi-level (Class 1 | Cat 1) water loss. The clean water supply line associated with the dishwasher failed. The policyholder was in the kitchen at the time of the sudden failure and he was in a position to limit the quantity of water that ran under the kitchen cabinet toe kicks.

This Insight Sheet exists to clarify how one might invoice for the most basic labor and equipment for a small dry down. This does not seek to include or make concessions for all equipment and/or activities as it relates to a loss of this nature.

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Mario Cabello Posted 1 year ago


Jonathan Tanner Posted 1 month ago

Perhaps I am missing something, but isn't 1/10 to 1/14 actually 4 24-hour periods?
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Andrew Rodgers Posted 3 weeks ago

If you the argument to use 2 technicians on day one because of safety in lifting the dehu, wouldn't you need 2 technicians to lift it up and return it to the shop?
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