Remodeling Contractors – Have You Thought About Getting Work from the Insurance Industry?

Many remodeling contractors have given serious thought to adding insurance damage repair work to their remodeling services for several reasons:

  1. They want to increase annual sales, and this is a great way to do that!
  2. The damage repair work is the same kind of work you do as a remodeler. Most damage repair work requires drywall, texture, and paint; finish and trim carpentry; cabinets and countertops; and flooring. It is pretty simple for the most part and right up your alley!
  3. There is a whole lot more damage repair work available than there are remodeling jobs.

Why wouldn’t you want to become an insurance damage repair contractor? The answer given by many is pretty simple … they don’t know how to do it.

I can tell you its not hard, and you shouldn’t shy away from an opportunity just because you are unfamiliar with it.

Though you don’t have to do water damage to get in, it is best if you do. For a small capital investment in equipment, you can add water damage to your services. When you respond to water damage as a first responder, you are the first one site, so capturing the rebuild work is a simple matter.

These days customers and carriers alike want the convenience of making one call to one contractor who does it all. Every job is two jobs – mitigation and rebuild.

Many restoraiton contrtacors will make $1 million in their first 12 months as a full-service (mitigation & rebuild) company.

What remodelers like most about the industry is that it is RECESSION PROOF. It was in 2008, and it is again in 2020. Wouldn’t you sleep better at night knowing your business is immune to the next economic disaster? 

In as little as four weeks, you can be getting work the managed repair programs that handle claims for every major insurance company in the country. They provide a consistent, sustainable, and dependable high volume of work.

Isn’t it high time that you take a close look at the insurance industry for a dependable volume of work?

If you want to learn more about how you and your business can participate in this business opportunity, just click here to schedule a FREE 30-minute consultation.

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