If you are an installer who wants to get out of the field and grow your career by pursuing estimating, I would hope this article is helpful in setting you on the right path with regards to the mindset and habits you will need to succeed. Likewise, if you are considering going out on your own as a small business owner or contractor, you will need to quickly learn to develop the skills necessary to estimate accurately and run a profitable business.
The R&R Roundtable was designed to bring a number of viewpoints on restoration-related topics together in one place. This month, five companies specializing in mold remediation are sharing their viewpoints on product options, training, remediation misconceptions, and more.
Have you ever said about your business, “I just need somebody to answer my phones”? Maybe you consider that a lowly position that anyone should be able to manage, just a warm body talking into a piece of plastic.
The 2019 Contractor Connection Conference & Expo continues a 20-plus year tradition of being the premier insurance restoration industry event of the year, providing educational, training, and networking opportunities for all attendees.
BNP Media, parent company to the magazine you’re reading now, annually asks readers in each of its AEC and mechanical system publications to list what they most want to see more of. What consistently tops that list is new technology, which is understandable given how technology can help make projects and the process of completing them easier and more efficient.
NORRP is the National Organization of Restoration and Remediation Professionals. We are an organization founded by restoration professionals (mostly contractors) who are focused on uniting our industry and helping to get all parties on a level playing field.
A special body of law must be enacted to address the unique circumstances encountered by the emergency service industry.
December 13, 2017
Under the current state of the law, the restoration industry must navigate a labyrinth of archaic laws generically written for the construction industry. These laws have no place whatsoever in the world of emergency mitigation service.
Almost one year after my working career in restoration started, I was baptized by accepting a request to look at a boat fire. I had absolutely no knowledge of marine vessels, how they were constructed or what the component materials were, let alone how they react when they burn.