RIA Restoration Blog

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Help your clients resolve their mold issues once and for all

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Water damage can be an overwhelming experience for a building owner and a complicated process working with an insurer.

2021 In Review

As another year at the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) draws to a close, there is a lot to celebrate.

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As part of its ongoing advocacy efforts, the Restoration Industry Association has released a number of position statements on industry issues such as pricing, TPAs and TPCs.

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Software Provider’s Acquisition Means Increased Competition and Questions about Data Safeguards

Water Loss: Flood in Basement

As hurricane season continues to cause major damage to the homes and buildings in the American South and Northeast, the need for water loss mitigation is becoming more and more in

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The Restoration Industry Association (RIA) provides those who are searching to expand their restoration and remediation skills with a variety of advanced restoration certification

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The Restoration Industry Association (RIA) is considered the premiere location for certifications within the restoration and remediation industry.

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There are a multitude of hardships that Restoration Industry Association members face every day but one issue that is gaining more traction in the restoration industry is “assignment of benefits” (AOB). We talked in depth to attorney Ed Cross, RIA’s Restoration Advocate, and founding Chair of the Association’s Advocacy & Government Affairs (AGA) Committee, about the incredible opportunities AOBs present for the restoration industry — and to gather some tips when signing one.