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When you are on a job site anywhere in America, you may take many moisture readings and other requirements throughout the project to make the most efficient and effective decisions. If you don't write down any readings and conclusions then you can waste a lot of time and yield frustration trying to justify your findings to others. Here are three reasons it is important to keep job documentation for each step of the water mitigation and restoration process.
The ever-changing methods of drying techniques mean that you need to keep up-to-date with damage assessment and mitigation strategies. As you learn the most efficient procedures to complete your work, it is important to show each stage of the process and why each choice was made. Through your continuing education and documenting process, you will be able to support your findings to the necessary people.
When an adjuster comes out to your project, you will understand the importance of documentation. The adjuster's role is to process claims as quickly as they can. When you have completed your job documentation throughout the entire undertaking, the adjuster can more readily look over your work. Together you can get the mitigation and restoration company services satisfactorily completed.
When your client sees that you know what your job entails and that you also care about communicating with them, they will be more likely to recommend you to others. The adjusters that you work with will appreciate your thoroughness and knowledge. Everyone that you interact with will be able to see the care and professionalism that you take when you consistently document.
Now you know why it is important to document each job that you are on. Even though it can seem like job documentation is a needless or annoying task, it can help you in many ways. When you know what needs to be done and show that you can complete it correctly and efficiently, you will greatly benefit.