The moral of this claims story is “Do not take on more liability than you are paid to accept.” For some experienced contractors they already have their own version of this story. Here’s what happened. One of our contractors...Read More
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RelMark Group directs their contractors to follow a minimum cure time of 24 hours for all CPVC work. But what if the building owner...Read More
The number of claims involving dry systems on the increase. A common cause of loss for dry systems is trapped water in piping. Either the trapped water freezes, resulting in cracked pipes, or the water creates an oxygen-enriched environment for internal pipe corrosion.Read More
What happened? Our contractor was hired to add two sprinklers to an existing system. The location was a small storage room on an upper floor of a residential condominium. A simple job; or so the contractor thought. The fitter made a cut intoRead More