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How DASH restoration software Helps You Answer “The Call”: A Case Study

30 Mar 2017 / Workflow Management

“The Call.” It’s a part of what helps you get out of the bed in the morning. It can come first thing in the morning, during your lunch break, or after you clock out.

But what happens when it does?

You take “The Call” and now you’re faced with the “big one”– a project that will require all of your time, resources, effort and knowledge. This is the kind of project you dream of landing. It isn’t just a basement with water damage. It’s a major hotel who needs to stay in business. It’s half of a city block and multiple businesses. Could you handle it? DASH restoration software could. We’ll use this case study to show you how.

The Case


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Restoration Management Software: The Hero’s Hero

9 Mar 2017 / Workflow Management

You’re a restoration company. You’re a hero when people need it most. When fire engulfs a house, or when water destroys a basement, you provide the resources and expertise to get those people back on their feet. But what happens when the hero needs saving? Who will save them? That’s where we come in.

The Killer

What if we told you that right now there is something that is just as damaging to your company as smoke to a building or water is to a house? You probably have no idea that it’s hurting you. Like carbon monoxide, it’s a silent killer killing a business that you have worked years to get off the ground.

Somewhere in your office sits a filing cabinet.

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DASH Restoration Software: Trust the “Cloud” when The Storm Rolls In

2 Mar 2017 / Workflow Management

Do you use DASH restoration software? You should. A storm is coming.

For years, scientists and politicians have warned of the effects of global warming on the environment. Specifically, America is starting to experience more storms and bad weather. Warm air holds more moisture, so as air temperatures rise from year to year, we will continue to see more rain and flooding. According to the National Wildlife Federation, severe storms that hit the Midwest and Northeast once every 20 years will soon begin to hit those regions once every 5-6 years.

Physical issues like flooding aren’t the only problems caused by global warming. There is also a lot of money at stake. Insurance firm Swiss Re predicts that weather-related

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