Effectively Maximize Your Training Time
We all need more time in our busy days. When we get that little window of time for training we have to make the most of it. How? These five simple steps are just a few ways to make that happen! There you go! Not so hard is it? Take just 5 minutes now to […]
Crawl Space Encapsulation: Perfect Add-On For Your Business
The price to encapsulate a crawl space can vary greatly. Encapsulation can be as low as $1,500 and as high as $15,000. But why offer this service in the first place? Studies show that as much as 50% of the air in the upper levels of the home come from the basement or crawl space. […]
How To Focus On Mitigation Instead Of Drying
In practical application how can you focus on mitigation instead of drying? Stop thinking how can I dry this building the fastest and start thinking what materials can I dry in place. Stop always: Cutting drywall Drilling holes in drywall Pulling baseboard It isn’t always necessary to do this on every single job. Using […]
Think Mitigation Not Drying.
Mitigation thinking is always a WIN WIN WIN. What is the difference between mitigation thinking and drying thinking? When entering a water restoration job and you use your drying thinking, your first thought will be, what is going to be the fastest way to get the materials dry? What is the easiest way to guarantee […]
To Dry or To Mitigate
When I ask people what industry we are in many say “drying”. Thats technically not true. That is just one of the tools we have in our tool box. That is a just a portion of the job in the restoration process the focus should be primarily on mitigation. Anybody can dry. We could […]
Apply Anti-Microbial? Then you need this form.
Jeremy Reets recommends applying an anti-microbial to all of your Water Restoration projects but are you aware that you need to use a Right-To-Know document. A Right-To-Know document simply tells the customer a little bit about what you will be putting in their home. It gives the customer the right to say yes or no. […]
Quick Tip – Hardwood Drying – What not to dry!
What type of flooring you should or shouldn’t dry? Floors you SHOULDN’T dry: Engineered – Engineered floors cannot be restored. You can dry those floors but you will not be able to successfully sand and refinish them. Making them a project you will not want to start. Laminate – You can dry it, however, you will […]
Quick Tip – Renting Vs. Buying Equipment
Renting Vs. Buying Equipment is a question we all have in this industry. When is the right time to buy and when should you hold off on buying and just rent. Here are a few basic principles Jeremy Reets follows in his own water restoration business. If you are a new business in this industry […]
Online Presence – HELP!
Online presence can be tricky and very hard to maintain. Why not learn with me and lets make the most of this together. Everyone is online. Making sure your online presence is a good one is so important. Showing the customers what you can do for them in a concise and clean way. Customers want […]
Quick Tip: Successfully Mobilize for Major Flooding
Are you planning on drying in a flood ravaged area of the country? Are you are going to have to travel there? Here are 4 tips to make sure you are successful in your endeavor: 1. Make Sure The Money Is There Waiting for insurance company to make a payment is not in your best […]