Property restoration technicians, project managers, and estimators work in a variety of property damage scenarios including water damage, fire damage, mold removal, and insurance claim reconstruction. The most common tool for constructing estimates and/or agreed-upon scopes of work in the property insurance claims realm is an estimating software called Xactimate.
As Jon Isaacson discusses in his book, Be Intentional: Estimating, every insurance claims estimate, especially those composed in Xactimate, need two key things:
Many restoration contractors, business owners, and managers struggle to train their teams to clearly and consistently document the story of the loss. This video from The DYOJO Podcast is an excerpt from their latest podcast episode (Season 3, Episode 65). This episode serves as the launch of their NEW season as well as their NEW series The Xactimate Sessions.
The Xactimate Sessions - File 001
Learning Xactimate from Scratch
Guest: Greg Power (Tacoma, WA)
Four Tips for New Estimators When Creating Your Sketch or Diagram for Xactiamte
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Stay tuned as The DYOJO will be using the content from this current series, The Xactimate Sessions, as the foundation for a new book that will release shortly after the series finale (date TBD).
11/23/2021 09:16:46 pm
I like how you mentioned that Xactimate is the most common tool for constructing estimates. My uncle mentioned to me last night that he is hoping to find a reliable estimate writing service for their roof replacement and asked if I have any idea what is the best option to do. Thanks to this informative article and I'll be sure to tell him that it will be much better if they consult a trusted estimate writing service as they can answer all his inquiries.
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