Author and inventor Buckminster Fuller, once wrote, “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
And that is how contents restoration was created. In the past we have heard an adjuster inform a contractor, “You have to reduce your invoice by 10% across the board.” Or, “My boss will never accept those ten extra man-hours to dry out the garage.”
Then the contents professionals came along, and those sorts of “push backs” rarely occurred for them. Insurance companies are always looking for ways to improve their bottom line with the structural workers. But when a carrier’s representative has already decided to cash out piles of soft contents (valued at thousands of dollars) because the household fire has impregnated them with soot and ash, and the contents valet find a way to restore them to pre-loss condition for less than 20% of the loss, it is rare that an adjuster or agent has any further concern about how many hours the process took.
The contents valet have built a new model that saves the carriers massive sums on virtually every job – even if it is just restoring a wet television set, or a room full of wet furniture, or a couch that smells like a campfire, instead of “total-lossing” them.
Invite us to show you how we do that. We think you will like what you see.