In reality, it takes a lot more than two measurements to keep track of a water restoration job, so technicians can show the overall progress of work, after the fact. It already takes longer to bring a property back from water damage than from just about any other type of problem, but the real problem is the need to re-check moisture levels throughout the engagement.
It can be time consuming just to head back to a property at regular intervals; project managers generally use up lots of unnecessary energy making sure that technicians are scheduled as efficiently, and as profitably, as possible.
The problem is that, with so many job sites on the go, the average restoration business can have a hard time with such minutia. Most companies have a separate, bespoke solution for every aspect of the problem, from scheduling workers to keeping track of the moisture levels themselves.
On the other hand, with RocketPlan’s built-in system for taking and organizing photos, IR photos, and notes, they can ensure the absolute minimum of hassle. RocketPlan’s integration with the FLIR One IR camera means that you always have access to an accurate map of the affected area, so nobody wastes time taking irrelevant readings from spots that were dry from the beginning.
Notes at the level of the property, the room, and the photo allow workers to keep track of their work with unprecedented ease. Not only can technicians save moisture readings directly, they can also use these notes to remind themselves and coworkers about important pieces of context about a property or room.
RocketPlan’s AWS-based cloud platform is available to all workers at a company, so even if there is a scheduling mixup, technicians can check and see that a property has already been visited and updated with new moisture readings, and skip that visit themselves.
Once technicians have observed low-enough moisture levels and work can come to a halt, RocketPlan makes it easy to collect even a large number of moisture readings and package them as needed for reporting and payment. Since everything happens in the same unified environment, there’s no fumbling with one interface or another; technicians simply document their work as always, and project managers are immediately informed about the updatel, via their RocketPlan news feed.
RocketPlan also makes it easy to keep a centralized list of equipment and tools on-site, so if your worker leaves a dehumidifer at the property, they’ll always remember to retrieve it at the end. Don’t let your company waste precious time, over and over again. The water damage restoration business doesn’t have to come with more headaches than other restoration verticals, so long as you have good practices driven by solid tools.
With that in mind, think of RocketPlan as a swiss army knife for water restoration; a multitude of time-saving tools, all packed into one convient package that fits in any worker’s pocket.