In the disaster cleanup industry, it’s well known that documentation of data is critical to a jobs success. This includes common data points such as moisture content readings, atmospheric readings, and other important metrics that not only determine the progress of a project, but also the timeline of a project. Capturing the data consistently ensures your project goes according to plan and at the end of the day, you get paid for your work.
In the industry, there is one common way of capturing data consistently. This involves sending a technician or project manager to the on-site location to collect the data you need. Doing this solves your problem, but unfortunately it also takes a lot of time and manual labor, costing your business more money. Also, if anything ever goes wrong, you have no way of knowing unless your technician gets to the site at the right time OR a client notifies you.
So, what’s the solution or better way to approach documentation?
Set up a remote monitoring system on the job site that automatically captures your data 24/7 and alerts you when things go wrong.
Why you need a remote monitoring system for your business
1 | A remote monitoring system will save you money and time
Sending a technician to a location will make your expenses go up quick. Think about fuel costs, overtime, time and a half on weekends or holiday, etc. With a remote monitoring system, you no longer need to send technicians out daily, which ultimately saves you hourly costs, wasted time, and the countless hours to monitor a job in person. You simply pull up your job on a piece of software, go into the chambers in your rooms, and you can see every measurement in real time.
2 | When issues arise, you will be notified immediately.
Without remote monitoring, there is no way of knowing whether issues arise at a job site unless a technician is present. Remote monitoring guarantees you have 24/7 access to your job data points, meaning that you can quickly send technicians out when something needs fixed. Also, when the system sees that numbers are irregular, you’ll be notified of any immediate problems. Say goodbye to unexpected expenses and hello to efficiency.
3 | Remote monitoring is a billable item
Yes, a remote monitoring system is billable, meaning that you don’t need to worry about charging extra for something you can’t recoup. This is something you can get paid for to do. When you add up numbers of vehicle costs, overtime and time and a half, you can go from 20 to 30% margins overnight with a simple remote monitoring system in place. What does this mean for you? It means you can now send your technicians to other jobs ensuring that your time and money is being spent in the best way possible.
Why Clean Claims Provides the Best Remote Monitoring in the Industry
There are several remote monitoring systems in the industry, but here’s why Clean Claims can provide a massive advantage in your business over similar systems.
1 | Clean Claims works through a patented wi-fi modem and router, not Bluetooth.
In an event like a severe hurricane, many restoration businesses with remote monitoring struggle to find service because their systems run off wireless Bluetooth. With a Clean Claims system, you’ll get your own router and modem, which means you can always get a signal no matter how bad the conditions are.
You can also create a password and tap into our base stations, enabling the use of wi-fi calling, texting, and email. This opens up communication lines and allows you to use any type of phone on the job, not just satellite phones. Your technicians can easily call from a phone or computers without hesitation.
2 | You will have secure access to your data 24/7 with a job management platform
Clean Claims stores all your data in our efficient and secure job management platform. You will see all your important metrics in one place. This means you’ll never miss a beat from anywhere in the world and you can manage all your jobs and technicians in one place.
Insurance carriers, clients, and restoration companies love Clean Claims because it’s reliable, secure, and easy to use. If you want to get paid for what you’re doing, documentation is critical. Clean Claims provides the documentation you need to get the job done and get paid fast.
To learn more about Clean Claims Remote Monitoring, click the button below that says, “Request a Demo”. We’ll show you exactly how remote monitoring works and get you set up on a free trial to try it out for yourselves.