Pete Campbell wrote:Is anyone getting jobs from this?
Most of the jobs have been and continue to be northeast.
Just picked up a ServPro franchise as a client in New Jersey.
Nathan--I've been working my way in with remediation companies in Southern California through networking mostly. There's plenty of work to go around once a good relationship is established. Perhaps we can collaborate to build those relationships (I'm thinking like the Green Home Solutions arrangement I've heard you talk about) so that we can all get more jobs. I'm all for helping as many inspectors as possible even though I'm still trying to grow myself.
Don Richards wrote:::TAP:: ::TAP:: "Is this thing on...?"
if you need someone from Colorado... We can handle more work up here!
We have been sending them out
I can't understand why at this point any inspector would utilize a lab other than InspectorLab. The lowest fees, the quickest turnaround, exclusive arrangements with hundreds of remediation companies, the only mold guarantee (yes, I mean that...read ProLab's copy of ours where a client has to pay them to make a claim...not kidding).
The fact that there are hundreds of inspectors out there still paying EMSL $35 per sample and hundreds of others prepaying ProLab and letting them hold their money (not exactly a safe investment in my opinion) is insane to me.