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Tuesday, August 6th, 2019 by Abbey Freed
This past Saturday morning, August 3rd, Clint joined Jo Garner on her talk show!! This is such a fun time, not only for Jo and Clint, but also for Redeemers Group to really get our name out there through different platforms!! Below are the prompt items that Clint and Jo went over during the show!!
TOPICS COVERED BY CLINT COOPER OF REDEEMERS GROUP
1. Rainy Season vs. EXTREMELY HIGH TEMPS
a. Rainy season and the affect it has structurally
Jo: We are in a rainy season right now. How does that affect people’s homes?
Clint: (Focus on structural) Discusses how the ground swells and foundations begin to settle. Symptoms of structural issues begin to appear….
b. Rainy season and the affect it has in basements and crawl spaces
Jo: We have far more homes in the area that have basements than what people may think. Do you see a lot of people that are battling water in their basement during this rainy period?
Clint: (Focus on basement and crawl space) Regardless of a building’s foundation type, slab, crawl space or what we call conventional or basement….. water causes problems.
Speak to- basements and how we need a focus of diverting water, why, etc.
Speak to – the issue with crawl spaces filling with water
c. Rainy season combined with extremely high temps and the results
Jo: We have summer thunderstorms/rainstorms almost every day during this season. Followed by extremely hot and humid conditions, what could this mean for a homeowner?
Clint: Like previously mentioned, regardless of foundation type, water causes problems. One of these problems is mold. With the constant rains and the high, humid temps we face, mold is running RAMPID right about now.
Speak to- mold formation, mold causes, mold solutions RG offers
2. How long people wait to address structural issues
Jo: You mentioned to me that people tend to wait a really long time to address structural issues. Why do you think that is?
Clint: Jo, thinking you have a structural issue with your home can be really unnerving if
not scary. Some recent research says that, when people call us, only 36% of them have had the problem for a year or less. Another 36% have had the issue for 6-10 years, and the other 28% for more than 10 years. So, when people start noticing cracks in drywall or the brick on the exterior, they patch it for the time being and wait and see what happens.
Jo- interjects thoughts and asks how this affects the actual repair when it does happen.
Clint discusses how the longer you wait to address the problem, the more time and cost it will take to address it, and the difference in what the results could be.
for multiple positions, specifically within our installation and sales teams.
Jo: How would someone look into that?
Clint: Right on our website there is a Job Opportunities section. You can learn more about what it is like to be a part of our team, and what opportunities are currently available.
Make sure to give the segment a listen!!