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2016 WLS Prep Course and Exam

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Contents Science and Theory Course - Orange County, CA

11/7/2016 » 11/11/2016
2016 Certified Restorer Prep Course

September Webinar: Building Effective Contents Restoration Teams
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When a contractor has complete in-house services they are able to deliver higher customer satisfaction ratings then if the various segments of the job are each managed by different service providers .As more and more service lines are brought in-house, the need for specialized training grows. Ensuring that technicians have the necessary competencies to effectively and efficiently restore contents is essential for long term success.

9/23/2015
When: 9/23/2015
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


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September Webinar: Building Effective Contents Restoration Teams 

Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 12 PM – 1 PM 

Presenter: Neil Grant

Neil Grant is the Esporta Certified Operators® program manager at Esporta Wash Systems    Inc. Esporta Wash Systems Inc. equips and empowers restoration contractors to increase revenues and  profitability by restoring soft contents and laundry in-house.

Description

Every successful restoration contractor understands that you have to deliver a quality product to continue to grow your business. There is a growing trend among property insurance companies to look for restoration service providers that can act as a “one stop shop” for restoration services. This trend is consistent with the results of the J.D. Power and Associates® study titled “How Homeowners Really Feel”, which illustrates that as additional points of contact are added to the claim response, customer satisfaction declines. When a contractor has complete in-house services they are able to deliver higher customer satisfaction ratings then if the various segments of the job are each managed by different service providers. As more and more service lines are brought in-house, the need for specialized training grows. Ensuring that technicians have the necessary competencies to effectively and efficiently restore contents is essential for long term success.