I think last month was perfectly summed up by the late Don McLean: “February made me shiver”. Most of the continent was in the grips of a polar vortex and the coldest winter in two decades, and unless you live on the west coast or are an east coast groundhog with a particularly ornery streak, you were probably left wondering exactly which corner spring is waiting around so you can ask it to kindly get a move on.
Here at Concrobium Pro Restoration products February was also the unofficial start of trade-show season and we spent the better part of the shortest month warming up with a few trade shows to get the ball rolling.
The month got off to a blustery start in Toronto on February 5th at the Ontario Insurance Adjusters Association Claims Conference. We spent the day telling a very receptive audience— which braved blizzard-like conditions to attend— all about our new Attic Attack! methodology for treating attics and crawl spaces and how it can save restoration pros both time and money to get rid of mold problems in confined spaces, how it works as well as traditional methods to remediate mold, and how much it can reduce the cost of claims.
Attic Attack! is being received very well by the mold remediation industry and receiving a lot of press lately including a glowing write-up in the February issue of R&R Magazine. You can download a digital copy here.
Things will be getting into high gear this month with upcoming events like the IAQA Exhibition currently taking place in Nashville (you can find us at booth #718) and the EIA 2014 National Conference & Exhibition in San Antonio at booth #24. If you’re attending those shows, come by for some fancy Attic Attack! swag, listen to the always insightful Michael Pinto and John DiMenno expand on using our innovative liquid technology to remediate mold in confined spaces, and find out about how Concrobium Pro Restoration Products can help you work smarter. And if you can’t make it to any of the upcoming events, you can also follow us on our newly-minted twitter handle @concrobiumpro for real-time updates for the shows.