The Jena Dyco Mould and Specialised Drying Conference gives businesses and suppliers the ideal place to promote their products and services in front of 100-150 of their key clientele.
Did you know that the Victorian Government has a program which gives money away to anyone wanting to gain a Nationally Recognised Qualification?
How do you go about getting more clients?
Anecdotal evidence tells us that the majority of clandestine meth labs (drug labs) are found in rental properties, meaning that it is often the unknowning property manager who recives the phone call from the police telling them they have a contamianted property on their hands.
The Jena Dyco January – July 2013 course schedule is now available.
The ANSI/IICRC S500 Draft Water Damage Restoration Guidelines have been revised and are now available for public comment until 13th May 2013.
The biggest frustration we hear from business owners in our industry is their frustration with ‘PRICE SHOPPERS’. So, which camp do you sit it? Do you love them or hate them?
The profit margins associated with contents can be much higher than many other areas of restoration but most restorers find it difficult to attain them. The reality is, the contents divisions of most restoration companies are broken and in need of repair. In fact many companies would prefer not to do contents at all, but are married to the belief that offering contents services increases their chances of securing the more lucrative opportunities of the loss.
In the world of Rug Washing it is amazing by the number of people who are stumbling over their own egos so badly that they are making it difficult for people to give them money. No matter what you think your job is your real job is to make people want to give you money. You get that part right and everything else falls into place
What do you say when you get the dreaded “How Much to Clean My Rug” call from a first time caller? Now keep in mind that Rug Cleaning is far smaller and more specialized then Carpet Cleaning so very rarely is price the real issue. Let us layout the situation:
Hoarding affects some 500 thousand to one-million people in Australia, according theChildren of Hoarders organisation. If it seems more prevalent now than ever before, you can nod to the myriad of reality shows about hoarding or the media headlines for creating awareness; but truthfully, hoarding is a shame-based disorder that has, until fairly recently, been swept under the proverbial rug. This year that rug has been lifted and sent to the dry cleaners. In early 2013 Australia officially recognized compulsive hoarding as a mental disorder.