Tag: $10 million settlement

From the Field: Avoid the Umbrella

rihanna Pop singer Rihanna received some great news to spark her birthday celebration last week. The now 26-year-old found out that papers would soon be signed giving her a $10 million settlement, stemming from bad financial and real estate advice she received in 2009. At the heart of this matter was a $7 million home in Southern California – rotting from water and mold damage!

While Rihanna’s situation was caused by leaking balconies and faulty construction, the same thing could happen in any home or business due to overflows and clogs of the HVAC condensate drain pan.
This potential for water damage is largely unknown to building owners and tenants, as HVAC systems are only a concern when they aren’t functioning properly. But by this time, it could be too late.

For years the industry relied on water-soluble tablets to clean the pans of potential hazards. As demonstrated in Kristen’s blog , while these tablets are effective in the short-term, their chemical nature causes them to quickly dissipate. This leaves one to either grin and bear it or constantly perform HVAC maintenance. Ain’t nobody got time for that!

In 1985, Controlled Release Technologies invented PanGuard, the HVAC industry’s first timed-release drain pan treatment. PanGuard is guaranteed PG limited warranty to provide continuous, 24-hour protection for either 3 or 6 months, depending on size purchased, or it will be replaced for free. Find a tablet with that kind of offer!

So now you need to make a choice: Either make like Rihanna and get under your Umbrella ella ella eh eh eh, or protect your investment with PanGuard today!

If you have a similar water damage horror story, or a success story using PanGuard, we’d love to hear about it. Please leave your comments in the section below.

jonJonathan Dunagin, Marketing Director of Controlled Release Technologies, Inc. located in Shelby, North Carolina. More information about the company, and its products, can be found at http://www.cleanac.com and by calling (800) 766-9057.