Coronavirus! Yes we can handle that

Coronavirus! Yes we can handle that

They called it “coronavirus,” because, under high magnification, it has little spikes with protuberances at the ends (sort of like a crown). Even so, researchers tacked on another word, “Novel,” so the new one was officially called, “Novel Coronavirus,” (until they...
Prison Sewage

Prison Sewage

It has often been said that “Sing Sing” prison is not a pleasant place to live. But when a sewage pipe broke inside the facility, things went to a whole new level! The product selected by Exclusively Contents, Inc. to clean and sanitize the penitentiary comes in two...
Contamination Inside and Out

Contamination Inside and Out

When there is a contamination in an office or home, from mold growth, airborne contaminants, sewage back up, or flood, there is sometimes a disagreement between the homeowner or office manager, and the adjuster, or the contents professionals. Our rule of thumb is, “If...
Raw Sewage, Ebola & Germs OH MY!

Raw Sewage, Ebola & Germs OH MY!

When there is a Category 3 (think “raw sewage”) water damage job, some contents cleaning companies find that they spend much of their time separating total loss items and creating accurate lists. However, there are cases in which Exclusively Contents Inc. have...
Scaling Up Your Drying with Heat

Scaling Up Your Drying with Heat

Article written by Alan James As storms, hurricanes and floods become more frequent, the need to clean properties to a pre-loss condition faster and more efficiently will become more and more critical. As average temperatures across the globe have increased, more rain...
Finding & Eliminating Hidden Moisture

Finding & Eliminating Hidden Moisture

Article written by Chris Spensley Finding and efficiently eliminating areas of trapped moisture is one of the many factors that differentiate an experienced cleanerr from a novice. If left untreated, these forgotten areas can lead to various forms of secondary damage...
The Shift to Automation in Cleaning

The Shift to Automation in Cleaning

Article written by Ryan Pritchard From day one, contractors used pen and paper to capture everything into manila folders; the rest was kept in memory and travelled through word of mouth. This hindered their ability to locate information and react to critical issues...