Restoration Ready: The Importance of Detailed Scopes

by Kris Rzesnoski on 14 March 2019

I started in this industry as an independent adjuster. I worked for an old-school adjuster who, and I quote: “I will fire you immediately if you leave it to the contractor to write your scope of work. If you don’t go to site and write your own...

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5 Rules for Successfully Implementing Technology in Your Restoration Business

by Kris Rzesnoski on 12 February 2019

I remember the day my staff handed me a stack of iPads because they didn’t help in the field. After spending countless hours creating a system that nobody could or would use, my staff still found pen and paper faster and more reliable. You...

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Reducing Liability: 5 Steps To Protect Your Business

by Kris Rzesnoski on 24 January 2019

In today’s world, would you do a restoration job without taking any photos of the start, finish, or everything in-between? In the past few years, have your customers become less critical of your performance and their experience? Do your customers...

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Restoration Ready: Listing Non-Restorable Items

by Kris Rzesnoski on 12 December 2018

If you do mitigation restoration, you will inevitably handle contents and help policyholders with their non-restorable items after a catastrophe. Some companies will not deal with contents or help the insured list non-restorable contents, while...

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Restoration Ready: How-To Take Depth Readings With Encircle

by Kris Rzesnoski on 1 November 2018

As a restorer, you’re often tasked with using specialized tools in the field that require a methodology for recording data. In this how-to blog, we’ll outline how to take moisture depth readings with Encircle and a hammer probe to ensure your...

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