Restoration: Equipment Placement on Your Floor Plan

Learn how to use magicplan's Restoration objects to place equipment accurately throughout your project.

Accurately documenting the placement of equipment on-site is essential for effective project management, insurance claims, and clear communication with clients. The magicplan app provides a range of Restoration Objects that enable you to visually represent various types of equipment on your floor plans. Here’s a guide on how to add these objects and the different scenarios in which they can be applied.

ℹ️ Note: If you are unable to find an object you need in magicplan, you can create your own Custom Objects to utilize in the app.

Benefits of Using Restoration Objects

Using magicplan’s Restoration Objects provides several benefits for restoration professionals:

  •   Accurate Documentation
    • Ensures precise placement and detailed records of equipment used on-site.
    • Facilitates clear communication with clients, insurance adjusters, and team members.
  • Efficient Project Management:
    • Assists in keeping track of equipment deployment and retrieval.
    • Helps plan and optimize equipment usage across different areas of the property.
  • Enhanced Reporting:
    • Provides comprehensive visual documentation for insurance claims and progress reports.
    • Improves transparency and accountability in restoration projects.

magicplan's Restoration Objects

Water Damage Restoration:

  • Dehumidifiers: Place dehumidifiers in rooms affected by water damage to document their usage and optimize their placement for efficient drying.
  • Air Movers: Add air movers to floor plans to show their strategic placement for maximum airflow and drying efficiency.
  • Wall Humid Zone: After a flood, indicate which sections of walls are wet to focus on wall cavity drying.
  • Wall Cavity Dryer: Deploy wall cavity dryers in a bathroom to address moisture behind tiles after a leak.
  • E-TES: Deploy E-TES units in a water-damaged attic to expedite drying of insulation and structural components.

Fire Damage Restoration:

  • Air Scrubbers: Position air scrubbers to indicate areas where smoke and odor removal is being addressed.
  • Ozone Generators: Document the use of ozone generators in rooms to show efforts in deodorizing and sanitizing affected areas.

Mold Remediation:

  • Moisture Meters: Use moisture meters to monitor and document humidity levels in various rooms, ensuring proper drying and mold prevention.
  • Humid Zone: In water-damaged basements, mark areas where humidity levels are consistently high to prioritize drying
  • Hydroxyl Machine: Place hydroxyl machines in a living area affected by mold to purify the air.

Learn more about magicplan's objects here.