Titan's Flood House

In February 2010, Titan Restoration of Arizona created a “flood house.” Titan bought a 1400 square foot home that was built in 1948 and did extensive reconstruction and remodeling so that it could be used as a training facility for water damage. Today the Titan Flood House serves two purposes. We use the house to train our water technicians proper in-place drying techniques and review new industry techniques and practices. The flood house is also used to teach a four-credit, Arizona-approved insurance continuing education course for agents and adjustors.

The Titan Flood House is a valuable resource for the continuing education of our techs and an important component in our goal for excellence and continuous improvement. It’s also a significant education opportunity for the restoration industry and the insurance community that we serve and work with.

Contact To Register: Jon Thom

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Continuing Education Course

Our continuing education course consists of both a “classroom” and “lab” section. In the classroom portion, Russ Palmer, founder of Titan Restoration of AZ and one of the valley’s foremost water-loss experts, will walk you through the science of in-place drying. This section will cover the various classes and categories of water loss and how each class or category should be remediated. It also includes information on how to calculate the amount of equipment that is needed on a loss and is a great way to learn the theory and science behind water restoration.

The lab portion of the class is a hands-on demonstration, given by Russ Palmer and his world-class water team, takes what you learned in the classroom and gives it practical application. In this section we will dry out the Titan Flood House right before your eyes, using the best techniques and equipment. We will show you a number of water extraction methods and even allow you to try some of the equipment.

In both the classroom and lab portions of the course, our emphasis will on drying everything in-place, including carpet, padding and drywall. Titan Restoration of AZ is a champion of this drying method because it allows the homeowner to return to their normal routine as quickly as possible and is the fastest way to restore a home or office. It also results in lower costs of restoration for insurance carriers and homeowners. It is a valuable continuing education course that can benefit any agent or adjustor in their work on water losses.

Let Us Carry Your Burden, Give Us a Call: 480-649-5050

Whether it’s water damage, fire, mold, a trauma scene, or reconstruction, we’ve seen and handled it all. Call Titan Restoration for fast, efficient, courteous service and industry-leading expertise. When the unexpected happens, rely on our knowledge and experience to restore your property and your peace of mind.

Why should you register today:

  • It’s Free
  • It’s Hands On
  • 4-credit, Arizona-approved
  • Includes both theory and practical application of water restoration
  • Teaches in-place drying techniques for faster, less costly restoration jobs
  • Taught by Russ Palmer, one of the valley’s leading water loss experts

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long will water damage drying process take?

Each situation is unique, however, most properties will take approximately 3-5 days to dry completely. A number of things determine drying time including location, read more…

Do you bill my insurance company?

Each situation is unique, however, most properties will take approximately 3-5 days to dry completely. A number of things determine drying time including location,

When do I need to pay?

Each situation is unique, however, most properties will take approximately 3-5 days to dry completely. A number of things determine drying time including location

Do I need to move out?

If you file an insurance claim, you may receive guidance from your insurance representative. We do not require that residents move out during the drying process of water damage restoration, however, there are several things to consider when deciding where to reside. Safety is paramount. Our equipment is as childproof as possible, but we request your supervision in making sure no children play with the equipment. Air movers and dehumidifiers will create some noise and make your property drafty for a few days. If you feel that this is too much of an inconvenience to you, consider finding an alternate place to stay until we compete the restoration process.

Can I turn the equipment off?

No. Turning off the equipment not only slows the drying process down, but your insurance provider will not pay for extra days of drying due to the equipment being powered off.We are committed to providing reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities. If, because of a medical condition or disability, you need a reasonable accommodation with respect to Titan Restoration’s services, please contact Titan Restoration at 480-649-5050.

What is your Emergency Services response time?

Our Emergency Response Policy is to dispatch crews within an hour after reporting it.

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