Tips for your property restoration toolbag to help contractors innovate their way through this pandemic.
Andrew McCabe of Claims DelegatesThe DYOJO Podcast — Episode 5 with Andrew McCabe of Claims Delegates
We discuss Andy’s background in the property restoration industry and evolution as The Godfather of Remote Estimating. When he took the plunge into being a freelancing remote estimator it was not a concept that many had heard of, especially in the world of water and fire damage repairs.
He shares his experiences with the Matterport 3D scanning camera and how this has helped him to elevate his Xactimate estimating for insurance claims.
Some considerations for those on the fence about 3D scanning for insurance claims:
Mr. McCabe closes with a poignant quote for any entrepreneur and/or small business owner, “The road of life is paved with squirrels who couldn’t make a decision.” Life is coming at us fast and the market is rapidly changing. We don’t know what things will look like on the other side of coronavirus but we do know that it will NOT be business as usual.
Thank you for watching this video interview from The DYOJO between Jon Isaacson, The Intentional Restorer and Andrew McCabe, Claims Delegates, and read the article from Restoration and Remediation (R&R) Magazine.
Andrew McCabe — https://www.claimsdelegates.com/
The DYOJO — https://www.thedyojo.com
The Intentional Restorer — https://www.randrmagonline.com
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Additional Resources from The DYOJO:
We discuss ways you can improve your leadership with an owner who built and sold a successful restoration business and now coaches property restoration entrepreneurs, Eric "The Tech Whisperer" Sprague.
The DYOJO Podcast
The DYOJO Podcast features weekly discussions with everyday entrepreneurs and the lessons they have learned from the trenches.
The DYOJO Podcast exists to inform and entertain (INFOtainment) professionals in the property restoration, construction and insurance communities.
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