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Flood Restoration and Timber Treatment News

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Ipswich Museum Treatment

February | 2017

Trustheat have been appointed by the Ipswich Museum to resolve an infestation of beetles that threatens a vast collection of priceless timber artefacts.

Our solution will use a managed temperature and relative humidity environment to safely treat the entire collection with an efficient, single visit treatment.

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Flood re Launches

August | 2016

Following the significant winter floods of 2015, UK homeowners in some of the worst affected areas have been offered a much needed lifeline as the Flood Re scheme launches today.

UK insurers have provided £20 million to fund the scheme, with Flood Re acting as a reinsurer who manage a centralised fund to help offset the cost of 'high risk' properties.

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The Watermark Fund - Calderdale

August | 2016

Trustheat are proud to be supporting the new campaign which aims to build a legacy fund to help future flood victims in the Calder Valley.

We are committed to providing long-term support and donations to the fund, which is a fantastic example of communities working together to help their fellow residents and businesses.

> Find out more about the fund

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Architect Endorses Trustheat

August | 2015

Our non-invasive evaporation drying solution continues to win admirers who have seen first hand the benefits of our methodology.

The latest convert is architect Hugh Cleg who observed 'how successfully Trustheat’s drying solution works, resulting in a building left drier than it probably has ever been'.

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Garforth Flood group Endorsement

November | 2015

Based in Leeds, the Garforth Flood Group have been assisting local flood victims since 2008, and have seen the inefficiencies of dehumidifier drying first hand.

By contrast, after visiting a local Trustheat drying treatment, they were 'amazed at the efficiency of the system and the level of science, technology and expertise involved'.

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Reducing the Carbon Footprint

October | 2016

The traditional dehumidifier drying programmes employed after flooding have a number of disadvantages, one of which is the need for excessive strip out.

Our approach vastly reduces the carbon footprint of drying by releasing trapped moisture non-invasively, eliminating the unnecessary strip out of sound surface and floor coverings.

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Flood Restoration CPD Event

September | 2016

In conjunction with the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE), Trustheat are hosting a free CPD event in Northampton.

This event will look at the numerous applications of our services in solving a variety of property-based problems, including flood restoration and timber treatments.

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Beetle heat treatment and BS7913

August | 2016

The newly revised BS7913 standard stresses that many timber infestations result from environmental conditions and the presence of excess moisture.

Our timber infestation heat treatment provides a practical, holistic solution to the problem, eliminating both the infestation and the underlying excess moisture.

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Trustheat assisting City of York Council

January | 2016

Following significant flooding during the Christmas period, Trustheat have been appointed by City of York Council to dry 59 flooded properties.

Using multiple evaporation drying systems we guarantee a 4 day drying programme for each property, reducing uncertainty and disruption for the numerous affected residents.

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