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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John L Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24/March/2009 at 11:26pm
LOL Confused Ouch Sleepy Shocked LOL Most of these guys that post dont hang around long like us.Big%20smile
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Try the Water Out system.  It's not bad.

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Im not familiar with the water out system.. do you have a link other than one to your website, we just opened up a water damage restoration office in tennessee and are looking for new truck mounted systems as well.

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Originally posted by John L John L wrote:

LOL Confused Ouch Sleepy Shocked LOL Most of these guys that post dont hang around long like us.Big%20smile
Is that a good thing or bad thing???Guitar
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Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

Originally posted by John L John L wrote:

LOL Confused Ouch Sleepy Shocked LOL Most of these guys that post dont hang around long like us.Big%20smile
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A good flood pumper is the way to go.
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If you want a part time flood truck why not go with the rotovac cfx dual 3 stage extractor with auto-pump out.  Small enough to fit in whatever vehicle you want and the suction is unreal.  It is a very small investment compared to a truckmount.  You won't be disappointed.
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  I think your advice on what one  needs to get into the Water Damage business is an OVER KILL.  Unless you rent equipment.


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Hello Friends…..
Your blog has always been a good source for us to get quality tips. Thanks Wink

More tips on how to prevent in Cold Weather: Frozen, Broken Water Pipes, Water Damage, Flooded Basement, Mold Remediation, go to  http://gtarestoration.com/
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yes water extraction is the best method
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You might want to check this out for a flood truck build


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Valuable tips and great ideas here from over the years. thanks
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I own one  rotovac cfx dual 3 stage extractor with auto-pump out and it works fantastic!!!!!! It is awesome for flood work it's pumps out the water fast. I had to pump out a dining room in a restaurant and man it did a great job. On carpets it works good also. I connect to the washer hook ups in apartments the only thing i don't like is too many hoses and a wire to move out of your way. Perfect for http://www.sandiegowaterdamagesd.com/ - Water Damage Restoration
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