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  • State of the Restoration Industry 2017

    State of the Restoration Industry 2017

    Just like other industries who are embracing new technology and adapting to constant market pressures, the restoration industry continues to evolve and adapt to emerging technological and social trends. The following is a synopsis of a recent article / research published by R&R magazine.

    by Michelle Blevins, editor in chief of R&R magazine

    There are changes brewing in the restoration industry today, perhaps unlike any period before. We are seeing an industry divided...
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  • How do you define success in your restoration business?

    How do you define success in your restoration business?

    In Business school we were taught that the purpose of a business was to make money. This seems like a very fundamental concept but in reality I think that this is overlooked by many businesses. When the thought of making money is discussed I think that it needs to be put into context to understand the real challenge that many restoration professionals struggle with. The first concept is opportunity cost and the second is risk. Opportunity cost is simply the cost of the next best use of your time...
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  • Is your restoration business as profitable as it can be?

    Is your restoration business as profitable as it can be?

    Small businesses have to ask themselves an important question: Is my businesses as profitable as it can be? There's no quick-fix solution to higher profitability, but you can take the right steps to increase your chances of success.

    As a restoration contractor, you know there are many moving parts within your company. The challenge is getting each part to work together to make a profitable business. There are professionals who work with businesses to help them get everything in line,...
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  • The Need For Greater Drying Transparency and Accountability

    The Need For Greater Drying Transparency and Accountability

    Water damage claims are the Property and Casualty’s evil child. Over the last decade, they have come to replace fire and theft related claims as the biggest source of claim cost for insurers, only second to hail claims. This major increase in water related claims can be explained by various factors, such as the following:
    • Growing urbanization
    • Aging sewage infrastructure
    • Increase in weather events
    • Increase in fraudulent claims

    In a media release dated April 10, 2013, Aviva Insurance...
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  • State of the Restoration Industry 2017
    restorationforum
    Just like other industries who are embracing new technology and adapting to constant market pressures, the restoration industry continues to evolve and adapt to emerging technological and social trends. The following is a synopsis of a recent article / research published by R&R magazine.

    by Michelle Blevins, editor in chief of R&R magazine

    There are changes brewing in the restoration industry today, perhaps unlike any period before. We are seeing an industry divided...
    08-18-2017, 04:56 PM
  • How do you define success in your restoration business?
    restorationforum
    In Business school we were taught that the purpose of a business was to make money. This seems like a very fundamental concept but in reality I think that this is overlooked by many businesses. When the thought of making money is discussed I think that it needs to be put into context to understand the real challenge that many restoration professionals struggle with. The first concept is opportunity cost and the second is risk. Opportunity cost is simply the cost of the next best use of your time...
    11-10-2016, 06:46 PM
  • Is your restoration business as profitable as it can be?
    restorationforum
    Small businesses have to ask themselves an important question: Is my businesses as profitable as it can be? There's no quick-fix solution to higher profitability, but you can take the right steps to increase your chances of success.

    As a restoration contractor, you know there are many moving parts within your company. The challenge is getting each part to work together to make a profitable business. There are professionals who work with businesses to help them get everything in line,...
    08-25-2016, 02:18 PM
  • The Need For Greater Drying Transparency and Accountability
    restorationforum
    Water damage claims are the Property and Casualty’s evil child. Over the last decade, they have come to replace fire and theft related claims as the biggest source of claim cost for insurers, only second to hail claims. This major increase in water related claims can be explained by various factors, such as the following:
    • Growing urbanization
    • Aging sewage infrastructure
    • Increase in weather events
    • Increase in fraudulent claims

    In a media release dated April 10, 2013, Aviva Insurance...
    08-03-2016, 08:45 PM
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