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.
It isn’t always necessary to do this on every single job. Using your mitigation thinking, contemplate if you dry for a few extra days could you:
That’s how you mitigate a loss vs. drying, having to make minimal repairs on each and every job.
If this represents a change for you it might cause you some fear. This is understandable and shows you are a great contractor.
You want your customer to be happy with the services provided. You can do that by getting the customer involved in the decision making process. Present options. I could save drywall but it might take a little longer….whichever you prefer. Steer the customer to the decision that is going to provide the best possible results. This allows them to make that decision and lets them feel connected to it.
It’s a WIN WIN WIN for you, the customer, and the insurance adjuster.