Increase in Legal Cases Against Social Landlords For Mould Claims

Increase in legal cases against social landlords for mould, It’s not always easy to prove who is responsible for resolving problems with damp and mould in social housing properties. This is because it can be difficult to find the exact cause of damp. Tenants of housing associations could contact the local authority’s Environmental Health department.…

Is there mould in your rental property inventory?

Mould and mildew in properties are serious concerns for landlords and housing associations. Failure to deal with mould can lead to serious health problems for tenants, can cause damage to a property and can leave a landlord open to legal action and a large bill if not dealt with. What is mould? Mould is a…

Water Utilities aiming to become carbon net-zero

Understanding what energy assets are using or wasting, will help Water Utilities towards becoming carbon net-zero and offer substantial cost savings. The government recently announced its intention to set in law a world-leading climate change target, which will require significant effort across all sectors of the economy including the Water Utilities industry to become carbon…

Combating covid: embracing smart technology to measure indoor air quality

Combating covid: embracing smart technology to measure indoor air quality The unrelenting march of the Covid pandemic has had a monumental impact on employee working conditions. While there is a proportion of the workforce who can effectively work from home, there are still large numbers of employees who have to work on site: everywhere from…

Smart Boiler Monitoring and the Role of IoT

Case Scenario Commercial boiler equipment installed on commercial premises are often critical services and failure of these systems can cause major business disruption. In the instance of a commercially trading business, breakdown of such equipment could resort in substantial loss of income through wasted stock, operational efficiency could be impacted by the displacement of personnel…

Our Latest Application: Water Hygiene

USE CASE We’ve recently acquired a client that had genuine cause to ensure water temperatures at client sites were at the optimum temperatures to avoid the growth of Legionella disease. Legionella bacteria is commonly found in water. The bacteria multiply where temperatures are between 20-45°C and nutrients are available. The bacteria are dormant below 20°C…

Water damage restoration and Coronavirus – IoT Technology can help!

The water damage industry is experiencing a perfect storm in the UK with the recent spate of record flooding and now Coronavirus. Unique, un-chartered landscapes of excessive water damage and Coronavirus need innovative smart models to keep business flowing. This is a perfect time to be embracing digital IoT solutions. Here are five top reasons…

Water damage properties, restoration and IoT – Where is the value?

Advancements in IoT solutions have enabled light touch, quick to install monitoring systems to assist with property drying. Benefits can be yielded by policy holders, insurance companies and damage restoration companies. The headline points are summarised below:- Reduction of cycle times Higher throughput of loss handling Events commonly occur whilst drying properties that extend drying…