Water Damage - Mitigation & Restoration, Volume I - Management & Marketing
“More than any other facet of the disaster industry, water restoration has undergone dynamic changes in just the last five years,” says Bishop. “It’s a totally different ball game, and those who have kept up with the changes are enjoying incredible growth and profitability.”
“Water Damage 1” covers organizing for water restoration work; principles, Classes and Categories of water damage; equipment - how much, what capacity, how to charge; all the latest on antimicrobials - when to apply and when not to; the latest forms and paperwork (authorizations, work orders, completion certificates, waivers of responsibility - a complete water loss itemized and priced); how to establish a fail-safe, 24-hour emergency response; on-going damage in minutes, hours, days and weeks; a complete, 10-phase marketing program; customer briefings, inspection procedures; all about pricing, including sample pricing guides, alternative cost comparisons, group pricing for major flooding (1 truck, $4000 per day!), and what to do when Noah says, “All aboard!” (major flooding).
“Water Damage Restoration" Part 1 (formerly titled "Flood Damage Restoration") is an industry first and an essential reference for serious water restoration contractors.