It is intended as a complete training manual for new Water Damage Technicians who wish to quickly learn how to properly document insurance losses involving water damage.
Andrew McCabe developed this process over years of water damage claims experience. He still uses it today in his consulting practice - Claims Delegates.
If you want to learn quickly how to properly document and perform water damage mitigation, without paying for an expensive certification class, The 24-Hour Tech is perfect for you. The process and manual are also the perfect complement to recent grads of WRT or ASD training classes.
You may understand HOW to dry a structure, but The 24-Hour Tech teaches you how to get PAID by insurance companies. The system is designed to flow directly into the Xactimate estimating software used by 90% of the insurance claims world.
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About the Author
Andy has performed every function of a restoration professional from mold and water technician to marketing and estimating. He applies his knowledge and experience helping contractors navigate the strange world of insurance claims.
He is a licensed insurance adjuster in the State of Oregon and holds several industry certifications including Applied Structural Drying, Certified Restoration Technician and Mold Remediation Technician.
After working for several contractors in three states, Andy opened the independent Xactimate estimating & restoration consulting company Claims Delegates. Claims Delegates helps contractors and property owners alike, navigate the world of insurance claims.
Andy has started several new ventures in 2015 to further help the Restoration Industry as a whole:
• Contractor's Claim Service - www.contractorsclaimservice.com - General contractor claims resources
• The Claim Clinic - www.theclaim.clinic - Podcast dedicated to disaster recovery education
• Dehu Calculator - www.dehucalculator.com - Simple reference tool for water technicians in the field
Andy is always open to making new connections and helping out whenever he can. If you would like to contact Andy, feel free to reach out on LinkedIn http://www.linkedin.com/in/andymccabe.