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Specialty Services

Thermal Imaging (Infrared) Inspections, Emergency Power Distribution, Trauma Scene and Bodily Fluid (Biohazard) Cleanup, Construction Defect Investigation, Expert Consultation, Dry Ice Blasting, Clean Crawl Space, Shrink Wrap, Bed Bugs & Therma PureHeat Treatment
Anderson Group offers additional specialty services to our customers. The Anderson Group team maintains the most up-to-date knowledge in these specialty services, and uses only the most state-of-the art equipment to service our customers.

Thermal Imaging (Infrared) Inspections

Infrared inspection cameras are powerful tools for quickly finding moisture in structures and for making sure all moisture has been removed after drying the building. Infrared detection is a high-tech way to locate suspicious areas, which can then be checked with a moisture meter. Not all moisture is visible to the naked eye, and Anderson Group does what it takes to make sure all drying projects are done thoroughly.

Emergency Power Distribution

Anderson Group has ultra quiet diesel generators and power distribution systems available to provide emergency electricity backup, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Units are available for weather-related power failures, scheduled shut-downs, as well as for power outages related to flood or fire damage.

Trauma Scene and Bodily Fluid (Biohazard) Cleanup

Anderson Group offers bio recovery, crime scene cleanup or trauma scene cleaning services to individuals, home owners, apartments, business owners, shopping malls, mass transportation services, health departments, medical examiner, coroner, police departments, emergency management, homeland security, school boards, colleges, local, state and federal agencies. Removal of all biohazards by Anderson Group include proper cleaning, disinfecting, deodorization, disposal of infectious materials for Crime Scene, Trauma Scene, Suicides, Industrial Accident, Auto Accident, Jail Cells and Cruisers, Gross Filth, Pet Odors, Homicides, Tear Gas, Human Feces, Decompositions, Pepper Spray, and Animal Droppings.

Construction Defect Investigation

When dealing with construction defects, the forensic construction defect expert witness team of Anderson Group has represented clients on small claims to those in excess of $200MM. Anderson Group is comprised of highly experienced forensic expert witnesses and expert consultants who offer the legal profession, insurance companies, and banks expert technical services in cases dealing with construction defects. Poor quality workmanship often manifests as water infiltration through some portion of the building structure. Cracks in foundations, floor slabs, walls, dry rotting of wood or other building materials, termite or other pest infestations, electrical and mechanical problems, plumbing leaks and back-ups, lack of appropriate sound insulation and/or fire-resistive construction between adjacent housing units, and more. When dealing with construction defects, the ability of a construction defect expert witness to see all sides of every defective construction issue is a most important attribute, but the ability to communicate information in a clear and cogent fashion to one’s counsel is indispensable. Anderson Group has mastered this process.

Expert Consultation

Anderson Group is widely recognized as a reliable source of technical knowledge in all areas of property restoration and remediation. Anderson Group’s faculty for judging or deciding rightly, justly, or wisely is accorded authority and status by our peers, insurance companies, property managers and the legal community. Anderson Group’s experts have extensive knowledge and are called in for their advice on their respective subject. Our experts, by virtue of training, education, and experience, have special knowledge of property restoration and remediation, sufficient that others may officially (and legally) rely upon our opinion.

Dry Ice Blasting

Dry ice blasting is a process that Anderson Group uses in which particles of solid carbon dioxide, commonly known as dry ice, is propelled at high velocity to impact and clean equipment, machinery, and structures without damage to electrical wiring, hoses, sensors, or other delicate components. Traditional abrasive blasting methods clean through a chiseling action, like using a pick, but can damage the surface below. Dry ice, on the other hand, might better be compared to a spatula as it lifts away the contaminant. The dry ice pierces the contaminant and ‘explodes’ into its gas form instantly upon striking the substrate beneath. This harmless explosion creates a shock wave between the coating and the surface and literally pops off contaminants from the inside out.

New Construction Drying

Anderson Group offers climate control. Climate control on your construction project can help accelerate concrete curing and reduce moisture levels in concrete flooring, allow for the acclamation and installation of millwork and other moisture sensitive materials before initiation of the permanent HVAC system, dramatically reduce microbial growth, prevent contamination of permanent HVAC system prior to move-in, deter warping and damage to mill work and permanent wood fixtures and gymnasium floors, prevent condensation on interior surfaces, aid in the drying of mud and natural elements, as well as ground thawing, keep the project on schedule, avoid moisture-related delays, and promote uniform dry times on sheetrock compound, paint and sprayed-on fireproofing.

Clean Crawl Space

The problem with a dirt or vented concrete crawlspace is that as warm air rises in your home, it brings up with it the air that was previously in your crawl space, including moisture and mold spores, as well as anything else that may be airborne down there. Sealing the crawl space from the earth and outside air is the solution to moisture and dampness in the home. Some contractors and homeowners will simply put down a thin, non-UV-resistant plastic liner, like a 6-mil plastic liner. This really has no effect as there’s still too much opportunity for air to enter from (air is very small and can come through crawl space doors or hatches, crawl space vents, pipe penetrations, porous concrete walls, the hollow cores of blocks, and various other gaps and holes. Anderson Group has solutions to all these challenges.

Shrink Wrap

Anderson Group uses shrink wrap as a temporary enclosure for construction and maintenance projects to protect workers and equipment from the elements and contain construction debris from escaping into the environment. Anderson Group’s containment looks clean, neat, and professional reflecting a positive job site image.

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