- THE MAGAZINE
Flood Damage Restoration Volume I - Management & Marketing
“Flood Damage Restoration - Part 1” revised 2009 Jeff Bishop, Administrator of Clean Care Seminars, announces the recent release of the fourth edition of “Flood Damage Restoration - Part 1, Organization, Management, Marketing and Sales.” Written primarily for water restoration business owners and managers, “this latest edition of Flood 1 more than doubles its original scope and size.
“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.”
“Flood 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).
“Flood Damage Restoration Part 1" is an industry first and an essential reference for serious water restoration contractors.